Rapido Trains OO Wagons In Stock

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Highly detailed model of the South Eastern & Chatham standard design of 7 plank open wagon. The prototype wagon built in 1915 to test the new design which featured a steel underframe production wagons were built from 1919 to 1927 by the SECR and Southern, with a total of 2,121 wagons constructed. Most lasted into British Railways ownership, with 70 being recorded in regular service traffic in the 1960s and the last examples withdrawn in the early 1970s.
Model finished as a diagram 1355 wagon in SECR dark grey livery.
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The GWR iron bodied 'Iron Mink' vans made an excellent base for duties where a strong and secure wagon was required. Many vans of similar design were built by other railways and for private owners by railway wagon works. Regular uses were for flour and cement, which needed to be kept dry during transport and for the secure conveyance of explosives, classified as Gunpowder Vans. Gunpowder vans in particular were frequently given a distinct livery to alert railway staff to the hazardous cargo.
This Rapido Trains Iron Mink model is finished in the grey livery of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, wagon number 30897.
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The GWR iron bodied 'Iron Mink' vans made an excellent base for duties where a strong and secure wagon was required. Many vans of similar design were built by other railways and for private owners by railway wagon works. Regular uses were for flour and cement, which needed to be kept dry during transport and for the secure conveyance of explosives, classified as Gunpowder Vans. Gunpowder vans in particular were frequently given a distinct livery to alert railway staff to the hazardous cargo.
This Rapido Trains Iron Mink model is finished in the bright red gunpowder van livery of the North British Railway, wagon number 65410.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100018 in the initial BR freight brown livery with the yellow ABN (Air Brake Network) spot.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100016 in the initial BR freight brown livery.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100004 in Railfreight grey & flame red livery with the top 3 planks painted red.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100081 in Railfreight grey & flame red livery with the top 3 planks painted red.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100095 in Railfreight grey & flame red livery with the top 2 planks painted red.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number DC100065 in the BR engineers grey & yellow livery with Civil Link lettering.
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchandise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in with brakes both sides painted GWR grey livery, 1904-1930s lettering style.
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchandise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished painted GWR grey livery with post-1937 small lettering.
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in SECR goods grey livery.
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in SECR goods grey livery.
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in British Railways goods grey livery.
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in British Railways goods grey livery.
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished as preserved wagon 15750 in SECR goods grey livery.
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SR engineers red oxide livery with large lettering.
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SR engineers red oxide livery with post-1934 small lettering.
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SR engineers red oxide livery with post-1934 small lettering.
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as SECR number 2033 in SECR dark grey livery with black painted underframe.
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as SECR number 2036 in SECR dark grey livery.
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as Southern Railway van 55366 in SR goods brown livery with red-painted ends. Post-1936 small lettering.
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as British Railways Southern region van S55434 in BR goods grey livery.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 32565 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and split-spoke wheels. Finished in pre-1936 SR goods brown livery with large lettering.
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 33333 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and split-spoke wheels. Finished in pre-1936 SR goods brown livery with large lettering.
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 36759 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and disc wheels. Finished in pre-1936 SR goods brown livery with large lettering.
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(Product Ref 118629)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 30004 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and disc wheels. Finished in pre-1936 SR goods brown livery with large lettering.
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(Product Ref 118630)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 29898 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, Morton brake levers and split-spoke wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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(Product Ref 118631)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 31364 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, Morton brake levers and disc wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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(Product Ref 118633)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 31421 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, Morton brake levers and disc wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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(Product Ref 118634)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 33730 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and split-spoke wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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(Product Ref 118636)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 36871 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and disc wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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(Product Ref 118638)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1400 wagon 10939 features the 10ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and split-spoke wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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(Product Ref 118639)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1400 wagon 11783 features the 10ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and split-spoke wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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(Product Ref 118640)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1400 wagon 27363 features the 10ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and split-spoke wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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(Product Ref 118641)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon S30215 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, Morton brake levers and split-spoke wheels. Finished in British Railways goods grey livery.
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(Product Ref 118642)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon S27930 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, Morton brake levers and split-spoke wheels. Finished in British Railways goods grey livery.
£29.00
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(Product Ref 118644)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon S34745 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and split-spoke wheels. Finished in British Railways goods grey livery.
£29.00
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(Product Ref 118648)
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1400 wagon S11530 features the 10ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and disc wheels. Finished British Railways goods grey livery.
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(Product Ref 118651)
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 86140 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1942 small wartime economy lettering.
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(Product Ref 121562)
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram O15 wagon number 15852 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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(Product Ref 121574)
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram O15 wagon number W30359 in GWR goods grey livery with British Railways lettering.
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(Product Ref 121577)
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates Port of Bristol Authority owned unfitted diagram O11 wagon PBA number 58054 in PBA blue/grey livery.
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(Product Ref 121578)
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates one of these GWR 5 plank open wagons in military service ad WD number 21110 in battleship grey livery.
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(Product Ref 125057)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van 89351 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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(Product Ref 121579)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van 89645 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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(Product Ref 121586)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van 16204 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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(Product Ref 121587)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van 101961 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van 89268 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van 103502 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small lettering. Marked for return to the J.S.Fry & Sons chocolate factory siding at Keynsham & Somerdale station near Bristol.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van 89517 in GWR goods grey livery with the post-1942 wartime economy smaller lettering.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van W103737 in British Railways bauxite livery.
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(Product Ref 121596)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van 93016 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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(Product Ref 121597)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van 93182 in GWR goods grey livery with pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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(Product Ref 121598)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van 96112 in GWR goods grey livery with pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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(Product Ref 121599)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van 16295 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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(Product Ref 121600)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van 96881 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van 28839 in GWR goods grey livery with the post-1936 small sized lettering.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van 93191 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van 95915 in GWR goods grey livery with the 1942 wartime economy even smaller lettering.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van DW150066 in British Railways engineering department red livery lettered for service as a breakdown train packing van, conveying plates and timbers used to ensure crane stabilisers are properly supported and securely prop derailed vehicles between lifts.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van DW103582 in British Railways departmental service as a locomotive department stores van lettered for working between motive power depots and Eastleigh works. BR bauxite livery.
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(Product Ref 121610)
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates a diagram V16 van sold to the Port of London Authority and numbered PLA A73. Bauxite livery.
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(Product Ref 121611)
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A detailed model of the GWR diagram V16 vacuum brake fitted ventilated box van as converted to an insulated meat van. An order was issued in 1918 for the conversion of 300 vans to boost the fleet of meat vans during WW1, the diagram X6 vans having added insulation and the end bonnet vents sealed, though not removed to allow reconversion back to ventilated vans. For at least 285 of these conversions the extra insulation was retained as in 1922 these vans were further adapted as insulated and steam heated vans for banana traffic.
Model finished in GWR goods dark grey livery with 25in height lettering, as used in the pre-grouping era.
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In May 1918 an order was issued to convert 300 GWR diagram V16 vacuum brake fitted MINK A ventilated box vans to insulated meat vans as a wartime measure. By 1922 refrigerated ships were bringing large volumes of 'green' bananas. 258 of the insulated vans were reconverted with steam warming apparatus added to ripen the bananas as they travelled to market.
This van is finished as 93249 in the GWRs dark grey goods wagon livery with 16in height lettering, as applied in 1922.
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(Product Ref 114981)
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In May 1918 an order was issued to convert 300 GWR diagram V16 vacuum brake fitted MINK A ventilated box vans to insulated meat vans as a wartime measure. By 1922 refrigerated ships were bringing large volumes of 'green' bananas. 258 of the insulated vans were reconverted with steam warming apparatus added to ripen the bananas as they travelled to market.
This van is finished as British Railways W93370 in the bauxite livery applied by BR to identify vacuum train brake fitted wagons.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
Model of a RCH 1907 design 5 plank open wagon finished in the grey livery of J Jones, coal merchant in the spa town of Malvern, wagon number 15.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
Typical of many country coal merchants John Smith & Sons served the local agricultural community, adding lime & potato merchants to the side of their 5 plank wagon number 3.
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This model of Metropolitan Railway wagon 544 is being produced to match with the Rapido Trans model of Metropolitan Railway class E 0-4-4T No.1 using the new Rapido RCH 1907 type 5 plank wagon tooling.
The Metropolitan Railway operated it's own fleet of goods wagons, providing wagons to customers at the company's stations in the same way as the other mainline railway companies. MET wagons could arrive at any station on Britains' railway network until the formation of London Transport in the 1930s, when Metropolitan goods service was taken over by the LNER. The 5 plank open wagon was one of the most common general merchandise wagon types operated by the railway companies.
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This model of London Transport wagon A945 is being produced to match with the Rapido Trans model of Metropolitan Railway class E 0-4-4T No.1 using the new Rapido RCH 1907 type 5 plank wagon tooling.
The Metropolitan Railway operated it's own fleet of goods wagons, providing wagons to customers at the company's stations in the same way as the other mainline railway companies until the  London Transport in the 1930s. Goods services were mostly taken over by the LNER, however London Transport retained many of the ex-Metropolitan Railway goods wagons for engineering service, along with Met No.1.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
Model of a RCH 1907 design 7 plank wagon with side and end doors finished in chocolate brown livery as Ernest Thomas & Jenkins wagon number 109. The merchants advertised their business as supplying 'best house gas steam & anthracite coals', South Wales anthracite being considered among the finest smokeless coals to be mined anywhere in the world.
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This model of a RCH 1907 7 plank wagon with side and end doors is finished in the chocolate brown livery of well-known West Country coal factors Renwick, Wilton & company as wagon number 521. Operating a large fleet of wagons Renwick, Wilton and later Renwick, Wilton & Co supplied all types of coals, holding contracts with many Devon gas works along with industries and households.
A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
This model of a RCH 1907 7 plank wagon with side and end doors is finished in the plain black livery used by the Bwlch Colliery company of Hirwain in the Taff Valley of South Wales. Wagon number 131.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
Although finished in the Great Western Railway dark grey goods wagon colours this wagon is evidently on hire, carrying 'duplicate list' number 09244 to avoid confusion with the GWRs own wagon 9244 and with repair instructions on the door for the owners repair agents in Cardiff.
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR goods grey livery with 16in height lettering, as applied 1920-1936.
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished British Railways goods grey livery. 1948 onwards.
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished GWR WW2 bright blue Salvage Save for Victory livery. C1940-1944.
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished as an Improvised Gunpowder Van conversion on loan to the Southern Railway in black livery with red GPV lettering and warning cross. WW2.
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished BPCM British Portland Cement Manufacturers van number 262 in yellow & blue livery with Ferrocrete lettering. 1910s-1960s
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished BPCM British Portland Cement Manufacturers van number 168 in grey livery. 1910s-1960s
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The 'Iron Mink' is one of the most recognisable GWR wagon types from the end of the 19th century, with over 4,700 examples constructed between 1886 and 1901. Both underframe and body were built from iron and steel, creating a robust and long-lived wagon, with examples surviving into the 1960s. The metal construction made the design ideal for use as Gunpowder vans, wagons to the same style being used by other railway companies and private owners.
This model is finished British Railways departmental grey livery. 1948 onwards.
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Several of the South Wales railway companies followed the GWR in adopting the Iron Mink for their own fleet of ventilated box vans. There were usually detail differences between the GWR wagons and those of the other operators, allowing the origins of these vans to be deduced even after the South Wales fleets were integrated with the GWRs own Iron Minks at the grouping.
This model is finished in the brown livery of the Taff Vale Railway, wagon number 5352.
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Several of the South Wales railway companies followed the GWR in adopting the Iron Mink for their own fleet of ventilated box vans. There were usually detail differences between the GWR wagons and those of the other operators, allowing the origins of these vans to be deduced even after the South Wales fleets were integrated with the GWRs own Iron Minks at the grouping.
This model is finished in the red lead livery of the Barry Railway, wagon number 1343.
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Wagons constructed to the the iron mink design were offered by several private wagon builders, with wagons being constructed for railway companies and private operators. Cement companies purchased a significant number of these wagons, the iron bodies offering a very good level of weather protection, essential for a load which needed to arrive perfectly dry.
Model finished as Greaves of Harbury blue lias portland lime cement van number 242, with lettering suggesting it may be on hire from the GWR.
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Wagons constructed to the the iron mink design were offered by several private wagon builders, with wagons being constructed for railway companies and private operators. Cement companies purchased a significant number of these wagons, the iron bodies offering a very good level of weather protection, essential for a load which needed to arrive perfectly dry. Many of these vans found their way into fleet of the British Portland Cement Manufacturers (BPCM) conglomerate, best known by it's Blue Circle Cement marketing logo. BPCM's bright yellow 'Blue Circle' iron minks had long lives, being a common sight in the early British Railway period before being replaced with more modern wagons in the 1960s.
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Wagons constructed to the the iron mink design were offered by several private wagon builders, with wagons being constructed for railway companies and private operators. Cement companies purchased a significant number of these wagons, the iron bodies offering a very good level of weather protection, essential for a load which needed to arrive perfectly dry.
Model finished as Dunlop wagon number 6 in plain black livery.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100093 in the initial BR freight brown livery with the yellow ABN (Air Brake Network) spot.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100054 in the initial BR freight brown livery with the yellow ABN (Air Brake Network) spot.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100029 in the initial BR freight brown livery with Corpach pool lettering.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100020 in Railfreight grey & flame red livery with the top 3 planks painted red.
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Detailed scale model of the first design of open wagons built for the new 'Air Brake Network' express freight services. 100 of these modern 45-tonne glw wagons were built by Ashford works in 1971, coded Open AB, later revised to TOPS code OAA.
Model finished as wagon number 100021 in Railfreight grey & flame red livery with the top 2 planks painted red.
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Designed for the carriage of machinery and other loads too tall to be carried on ordinary flat wagons the Loriot Y features a low central load bed and was often used for carrying tracked vehicles like bulldozers and crawler cranes. Occasionally something really unusual might be carried, like a yacht or navigation bouy.
Wagon 41989 was built in 1937 and is modelled in the GWR standard goods grey livery.
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Designed for the carriage of machinery and other loads too tall to be carried on ordinary flat wagons the Loriot Y features a low central load bed and was often used for carrying tracked vehicles like bulldozers and crawler cranes. Occasionally something really unusual might be carried, like a yacht or navigation bouy.
Wagon 41990 was built in 1939 and is modelled in the GWR standard goods grey livery carried since preservation.
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Designed for the carriage of machinery and other loads too tall to be carried on ordinary flat wagons the Loriot Y features a low central load bed and was often used for carrying tracked vehicles like bulldozers and crawler cranes. After nationalisation British Railways allocated most wagons of this type to the engineering departments, DW 41990 being for former GWR 41990 built in 1939 and finished here in BR engineering livery.
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
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A new model of the GWR diagram AA20 goods train brake van, coded Toad, which was introduced in 1934.
This Rapido Trains model has been designed using works drawings and incorporates a number of different optional fittings to replicate variations between individual vehicles including different roof rain strips, different height footboards and different wheelsets. The model includes a full interior alongside a removable roof.
The requirement for brakevans on fully-fitted trains ended in 1968 but that didn’t mean the end of the ‘Toads’. Many were adopted by the engineering departments who found the plate-sided verandah ideal for transporting tools, while the cabin made an ideal mess van. A large number of GWR ‘Toads’ including several AA20s have been preserved.
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchandise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in early condition with single side brake GWR grey livery, pre-1904 lettering style.
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Contemporary with the iron minks the GWRs standard open merchandise wagons built from 1886 to 1902 also uses iron underframes, changed to steel from 1895. Built with brakes on one side only in 1927 over 18,000 of these wagons expected to have many years service left were fitted with a second brake lever to Board of Trade requirements and were allocated diagram O21 on the GWR wagon diagram book. When the last was withdrawn is not known, but one example has been preserved.
Model finished in with brake on one side only painted GWR grey livery, 1904-1930s lettering style.
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In 1913 the first of these new design vans was built as a trial vehicle using the new SECR standard steel underframe designed by C&W engineer Lionel Lynes and debuting the distinctive tri-arc roof body which was to become a feature of Southern Railway covered wagons.
The Maunsell/Lynes underframe was used for the entire planned range of SECR standard wagons, being common with the 5 and 7 plank open wagons, timber bolster trucks and the new design of engineers ballast wagons. This robust steel frame game all these wagons long working lives, with most reaching British Railways service and some lasting into the 1970s in engineering service.
Model finished in Southern goods brown livery with large lettering.
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished as SECR 567 in SECR grey livery as recreated by the Bluebell Railway using parts from a SECR wagon obtained from the Port of Bristol Authority.
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SECR grey livery.
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The SECR standard design of engineering ballast wagon used the Maunsell/Lynes standard underframe design with a 2-plank drop-side body, initially with raised rounded ends, though later built wagons had straight 2-plank ends from new. The first wagons were built in 1919 the construction of 120 wagons was completed by the Southern Railway, replacing the eclectic mix of run-down wagons in use by the engineers with the new purpose-designed wagon. Most at least of the fleet passed into British Railways ownership, withdrawals starting as new BR wagons were built, though the last wagon lasted until 1971.
Model finished in SECR grey livery.
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as Southern Railway van 55382 in SR goods brown livery with red-painted ends. Large pre-1936 lettering style.
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as Southern Railway van 55389 in SR goods brown livery with red-painted ends. Large pre-1936 lettering style.
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as Southern Railway van 55384 in SR goods brown livery with red-painted ends. Post-1936 small lettering.
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These distinctive vans were heavily influenced by Midland Railway practice, as adapted to the more flexible dual-veranda design introduced in 1910. The SECR built 50 new vans to this design and 25 older single-veranda vans were rebuilt, with detail differences between the original and new ends. Both types have been tooled. Examples survived into British Railways ownership, with at least 1 survivor on the Kent & East Sussex Railway.
Model finished as British Railways Southern region van S55371 in BR goods grey livery.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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New model of the LMS standard wood construction 5 plank open general merchandise wagons to diagram 1666. Developed from the Midland Railway designs updated to the 1923 RCH wagon specifications an entire assembly line was put together to build these wagons, with 54,450 completed between 1923 and 1930. For perspective, this one wagon design was more numerous than the entire Southern Railway wagon fleet, making this one of the most common open merchandise wagons on the British railway network by the 1930s. The vast majority of these wagons would still have been in service at nationalisation and would have been is use until substantial numbers of newer BR standard design wagons were available to begin replacing them in the late 1950s.
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 31458 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, Morton brake levers and disc wheels. Finished in pre-1936 SR goods brown livery with large lettering.
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 31372 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, Morton brake levers and disc wheels. Finished in pre-1936 SR goods brown livery with large lettering.
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 36485 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and disc wheels. Finished in pre-1936 SR goods brown livery with large lettering.
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 29427 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, Morton brake levers and split-spoke wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon 33255 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and split-spoke wheels. Finished in post-1936 SR goods brown livery with small lettering.
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Detailed model of the Southern Railway standard design 8 plank open wagons with their distinctive hinged top doors produced by Rapido Trains. These open wagons were the most numerous type built by the Southern Railway, with over 8,000 constructed between 1926 and 1937. The majority of these passed to  British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
This model diagram D1379 wagon S34301 features the 9ft wheelbase chassis, SR 'Freighter' brakes and split-spoke wheels. Finished in British Railways goods grey livery.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicateds unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 13154 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 90066 equipped with a sheet rail in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 19818 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 21900 with sheet rail in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 21215 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number 91584 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small sized lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number W24079 in British Railways goods grey livery with sheet rail and lettered HYBAR.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates unfitted diagram O11 wagon number W92464 in British Railways goods grey livery.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake and sheet rail fitted diagram O15 wagon number 22114 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake and sheet rail fitted diagram O15 wagon number 5031 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum brake and sheet rail fitted diagram O15 wagon number 15006 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake and sheet rail fitted diagram O15 wagon number 15026 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram O15 wagon number 20306 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram O15 wagon number 30307 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram O15 wagon number 99382 in GWR goods grey livery with post-1936 small size lettering.
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Introduced in 1911 as the GWRs new standard general merchandise open wagon now had 5 plank high sides and was equipped with a folding sheet rail for weather protection. Allocated diagram reference O11 10815 were built between 1911 and 1919, along with a further 2,105 wagons with vacuum train brakes (diagram O15) built by 1922.
This model replicates vacuum train brake and sheet rail fitted diagram O15 wagon number W20318 in British Railways bauxite livery lettered HYBARFIT.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van 101720 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van 89351 in GWR goods grey livery with the pre-grouping period 25in height lettering.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van W101826 in British Railways bauxite livery lettered for return to Morris Cowley.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates vacuum train brake fitted diagram V14 van W101918 in British Railways bauxite livery with Blue Circle Portland Cement traders poster.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V14 van 95016 in GWR goods grey livery with post-grouping 16in height lettering. This van is lettered for flour traffic from Wantage, needing the van to be kept clean and returned promptly to Wantage Road for loading.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van W100355 in British Railways goods grey livery.
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In 1912 the GWR standardised the twin-bonnet pattern end for their ventilated box vans which continued until after nationalisation. The first vans with the revised end were given diagrams V14 for vans with vacuum train brakes for express goods trains and V16 for the unfitted version. 5,506 'fitted vans were built along with 2,759 unfitted before the underframe was changed to a 10-feet wheelbase in the mid-1920s. The majority of these vans remained in service at nationalisation, though their older 9-feet wheelbase chassis demoted them from express goods service.
This model replicates unfitted diagram V16 van W16229 in British Railways goods grey livery.
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In May 1918 an order was issued to convert 300 GWR diagram V16 vacuum brake fitted MINK A ventilated box vans to insulated meat vans as a wartime measure. By 1922 refrigerated ships were bringing large volumes of 'green' bananas. 258 of the insulated vans were reconverted with steam warming apparatus added to ripen the bananas as they travelled to market.
This van is finished as 93405 in the GWRs dark grey goods wagon livery with 16in height lettering, as applied in 1922.
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In May 1918 an order was issued to convert 300 GWR diagram V16 vacuum brake fitted MINK A ventilated box vans to insulated meat vans as a wartime measure. By 1922 refrigerated ships were bringing large volumes of 'green' bananas. 258 of the insulated vans were reconverted with steam warming apparatus added to ripen the bananas as they travelled to market.
This van is finished as 93566 in the GWRs dark grey goods wagon livery with 16in height lettering, as applied in 1922.
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In May 1918 an order was issued to convert 300 GWR diagram V16 vacuum brake fitted MINK A ventilated box vans to insulated meat vans as a wartime measure. By 1922 refrigerated ships were bringing large volumes of 'green' bananas. 258 of the insulated vans were reconverted with steam warming apparatus added to ripen the bananas as they travelled to market.
This van is finished as 93563 in the GWRs dark grey goods wagon livery with the post-1942 lettering applied to these vans as they were overhauled after WW2 ready for the return of banana imports.
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In May 1918 an order was issued to convert 300 GWR diagram V16 vacuum brake fitted MINK A ventilated box vans to insulated meat vans as a wartime measure. By 1922 refrigerated ships were bringing large volumes of 'green' bananas. 258 of the insulated vans were reconverted with steam warming apparatus added to ripen the bananas as they travelled to market.
This van is finished as British Railways W93525 in the bauxite livery applied by BR to identify vacuum train brake fitted wagons.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
This model of a RCH 1907 design 5 plank open wagon is finished in the red livery of John Arnold & Sons, operators of the roadstone quarries at Wickwar, Gloucestershire. Wagon number 110 is marked for return to the nearby GWR station at Chipping Sodbury.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
Model of a RCH 1907 specification 5 plank open wagon finished in the striking blue with red diagonal stripe livery used by Crook & Greenway of Cheltenham, as applied to their wagon number 2.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
This 5 plank RCH 1907 wagons is finished in the grey livery of Lyle & Son with their depot shown as at Barrs Court Wharf in Hereford wagon number 35.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
This wagon with side and end doors is finished in the green and red livery of Melksham coal merchant S Skinner, wagon number 1.
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A new and highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design open wagon. One of the most common designs used by private wagon owners these wagons frequently carried brightly coloured and floridly lettered liveries applied before WW1. Many thousands of wagons were built to this specification, the vast majority still running into WW2 and passing to British Railways at nationalisation. Each of the Rapido Trains models features prototype specific variations including end doors or no end door, buffer shank design, wheels, brake fittings and V hanger style.
Model of a RCH 1907 type wagon with die and end doors finished in the grey livery of the Rhymney Iron company wagon number 421. These wagons may have been used to carry coal and iron ore to the furnaces and to deliver the iron produced to the steel and rolling mills of South Wales.
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