Southern Coaches & Wagons

Includes constituent railways Eras 2 & 3
Model of a 7 plank open coal wagon finished in Southern Railway brown livery.
The Southern Railway purchased a fleet of 7 plank coal wagons from outside builders to supply suitable wagons for traffic from the Kent collieries.
£12.25
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New model of the London & South Western Railway 'New Van' goods train brake van design introduced circa 1915.
Model finished in LSWR brown goods wagon livery with Venetian red ends.
Era 2 1877-1922
£30.49
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Model of the London & South Western Railway later type goods train guards brake van number 10124 finished in LSWR brown livery with red ends.
These 20ton 'New Vans' remained in service through the Southern Railway years with many reaching British Railways ownership at nationalisation.
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New model of the London & South Western Railway 'New Van' goods train brake van design introduced circa 1915.
Model finished in Southern Railway brown goods wagon livery with Venetian red ends.
Era 3 1923-1948
£19.99
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New model of the London & South Western Railway 'New Van' goods train brake van design introduced circa 1915.
Model finished in Southern Railway brown goods wagon livery with Venetian red ends.
Era 3 1922-1948
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Model of the Southern Railway standard design of ventilated covered box van with the distinctive Lynes tri-arc roof style and 2+2 or 'split plank' body construction, designed to make efficient use of smaller size planks.
Moel finished in Southern railway goods brown livery.
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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into British Railways ownership, with 70 being recorded in regular service traffic in the 1960s and the last examples withdrawn in the early 1970s.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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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.
£27.95
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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.
£27.95
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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.
£26.95
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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.
£35.00
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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.
£35.00
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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.
£29.00
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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.
£29.00
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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.
£29.00
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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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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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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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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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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.
£29.00
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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.
£29.00
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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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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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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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Pack of three Southern Railway diagram D1478 insulated banana vans in British Railways bauxite livery. Wagon numbers S50704, S50629 & S50651.

Detailed models of the distinctive Southern Railway design banana vans used for traffic from Southampton docks. Through the 1920s the Southern had hired banana vans from the LNER, so these vans were new in the 1930s, by which time the insulation alone had proven capable of maintaining the constant temperature needed for transporting fruit, so did not have the extra ventilators and steam heating of older designs.
Following the docking of a refrigerated banana ship several block trains of these banana vans would have been dispatched from Southampton to the major fruit markets across Britain. These banana trains were equipped with vacuum train brakes throughout, so ran at express goods speeds, up to 60mph.
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Pack of three Southern Railway diagram D1479 insulated banana vans in British Railways bauxite livery with Geest Bananas posters. Wagon numbers S50869, S50840 & S50854.

Detailed models of the second design of insulated banana vans built by the Southern Railway for banana traffic from Southampton docks. This design was based on the Southerns' standard box van with the distinctive Lynes triple-arc roof, but equipped with added insulation and tightly sealing plug doors needed to maintain the correct temperature for transporting fruit to market.
Following the docking of a refrigerated banana ship several block trains of these banana vans would have been dispatched from Southampton to the major fruit markets across Britain. These banana trains were equipped with vacuum train brakes throughout, so ran at express goods speeds, up to 60mph.
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Detailed model of the BR SPA low-sided, air-braked steel carrier wagon in use by the engineers departments as a materials carrier and coded ZAA PIKE and painted in the engineers grey and yellow Dutch livery with weathering.

As part of the development of the long wheelbase air braked wagons intended for fast goods trains a flat bed stake sided steel carrier wagon was produced. This proved ill-suited for many steel products, so following trials with a low-sided body 1,1000 SPA wagons were built. These have low, steel drop-door side bodies able to retain coiled products like rod/wire and featured floor bolsters suitable for loading and unloading by fork-lift truck.
As with many of the air-braked wagons there have been many subsequent modifications, both for revenue and departmental uses.

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The Diagram 1410 van was the most numerous ventilated van built by the London & South Western Railway (LSWR). Construction began in 1885 and more than 1,000 were built, with various detail differences introduced over the lifetime of the vans. These characterful vehicles feature outside framing, sliding doors and were built with a reduced height when compared with vans built later on. An increase of 7 inches in the height of the van from 1912 resulted in a new Diagram (1406), and soon after another new design with hinged doors rather than sliding – allowing the van body to be slightly wider and thus increasing the payload – was introduced as Diagram 1408. Whilst all three diagrams are modelled in the EFE Rail range, the latter of the three is the subject of this model which is finished in early SR livery (large lettering – pre-1936) and features a flush roof, Lift Link brakes, Panter axle boxes, fabricated buffers and three-hole disc wheels.

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Maunsell’s diagram 2652 third class dining saloons were built in 1927 to provide an area for third class passengers to make use of the kitchen services provided in first class kitchen/dining coaches. The exterior of the coaches utilised the ‘low-window’ Maunsell styling, with ventilators above the windows and doors at each end which were gently recessed to accommodate their grab handles within gauging limits. Inside, each coach could accommodate 64 diners and two toilets were located at the end of the coach furthest away from the kitchen/dining first coach. Whereas a further 40 kitchen/dining firsts were built to the same ‘low-window’ style from 1929 onwards, accompanying third class dining was felt to be better served by the new ‘high-window’ open third saloons and as a consequence, from 1930, the six third class restaurant dining saloons were reclassified as open thirds
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Maunsell's diagram 2652 Third Class Dining Saloons were built in 1927 to provide an area for Third Class passengers to make use of the kitchen services provided in First Class Dining Coaches, each coach accommodating 64 diners and two toilets located at the end of the Coach.
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This 6 Wheeled Coach is a representation of the many which served on the London and South Western Railway (LSWR) in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Small coaches such as this 6 Wheeled Coach proved especially good at branch line work, where their small size was more acceptable to lower passenger numbers, and enabled the traversing of tight radius curves and hauled by smaller engines.

This LSWR coach is modelled as having step boards to enable access at stations with low platforms and oil lamp lighting.

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This 6 Wheeled Coach is a representation of the many which served on the London and South Western Railway (LSWR) in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Small coaches such as this 6 Wheeled Coach proved especially good at branch line work, where their small size was more acceptable to lower passenger numbers, and enabled the traversing of tight radius curves and hauled by smaller engines.

This LSWR coach is modelled as having step boards to enable access at stations with low platforms and oil lamp lighting.

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This 6 Wheeled Coach is a representation of the many which served on the London and South Western Railway (LSWR) in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Small coaches such as this 6 Wheeled Coach proved especially good at branch line work, where their small size was more acceptable to lower passenger numbers, and enabled the traversing of tight radius curves and hauled by smaller engines.

This LSWR coach is modelled as having step boards to enable access at stations with low platforms and oil lamp lighting.

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Brake Baggage Coaches combined the installation of a brake with the ability to move luggage as well. This LSWR model features the addition of oil lamps and step boards, lamps easing visibility and the step board designed to enable access at stations with low platforms.

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The Southern Railway Ganward Bogie Luggage Vans were initially introduced in SR Olive Green livery, a very small number gained malachite. Under British Railways they were in crimson, with as few as six painted BR Green.
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This four wheeled coach is a representation of the many which served on the London and South Western Railway (LSWR) in the late 19th and early 20th century. Four wheeled coaches proved especially good at branch line work where their small size enabled the traversing of tight radius curves, whilst lower passenger numbers meant their small size was more acceptable and enabled trains to be hauled by smaller engines.

This LSWR coach is modelled as having step boards to enable access at stations with low platforms and oil lamp lighting.

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Hornby R4718 OO Gauge SR Maunsell 58' Six Compartment Lavatory Brake Third Class Non-Corridor Coach SR Olive Green Livery

New and detailed models of one of the most important coach types used on the Southern Railway. The non-corridor coach provided a maximum number of seats in each coach, essential for the busy suburban and commuter trains run by the Southern.

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Hornby Railways R4792 OO Gauge Southern Railway 58' Maunsell Eight Compartment Brake Third Class Non-Corridor Coach Diagram 99 Rebuilt from LSWR 48’ Coach Set 44

New and detailed models of one of the most important coach types used on the Southern Railway. The non-corridor coach provided a maximum number of seats in each coach, essential for the busy suburban and commuter trains run by the Southern.

This coach along with brake composite coach R4794 formed 'set 44' a 2-coach core set to which extra coaches were added to provide the train capacity required.

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New model of the London & South Western Railway 'New Van' goods train brake van design introduced circa 1915.
Model finished in LSWR brown goods wagon livery with Venetian red ends.
Era 2 1877-1922
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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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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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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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The Diagram 1410 van was the most numerous ventilated van built by the London & South Western Railway (LSWR). Construction began in 1885 and more than 1,000 were built, with various detail differences introduced over the lifetime of the vans. These characterful vehicles feature outside framing, sliding doors and were built with a reduced height when compared with vans built later on. This particular model depicts one such Diagram 1410 van in early SR livery (large lettering – pre-1936) and is fitted with Freighter brakes, Warner axle boxes and plain tapered buffers. From 1912 the LSWR built further vans to the new Diagram 1406 which were some 7 inches taller than the Diagram 1410, followed soon after by Diagram 1408 vans which featured hinged doors rather than sliding – this allowed the van body to be slightly wider, increasing the payload. Both of these further types also feature in the EFE Rail range.

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Maunsell’s diagram 2652 third class dining saloons were built in 1927 to provide an area for third class passengers to make use of the kitchen services provided in first class kitchen/dining coaches. The exterior of the coaches utilised the ‘low-window’ Maunsell styling, with ventilators above the windows and doors at each end which were gently recessed to accommodate their grab handles within gauging limits. Inside, each coach could accommodate 64 diners and two toilets were located at the end of the coach furthest away from the kitchen/dining first coach. Whereas a further 40 kitchen/dining firsts were built to the same ‘low-window’ style from 1929 onwards, accompanying third class dining was felt to be better served by the new ‘high-window’ open third saloons and as a consequence, from 1930, the six third class restaurant dining saloons were reclassified as open thirds
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New model of the Bulleid design brake third class coach with 'semi-open' seating arrangements.
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Era 3 1923-1948 (grouping)
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New model of the Bulleid design brake third class coach with 'semi-open' seating arrangements.
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Era 3 1923-1948 (grouping)
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New model of the Bulleid design corridor composite coach.
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Era 3 1923-1948 (grouping)
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New model of the Bulleid design third class corridor coach.
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Era 3 1923-1948 (grouping)
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Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 39-600 SECR Brake Composite Coach with Birdcage Guards' Lookout SECR Dark Lake Livery
These composite coaches contained two compartments finished for use by second class ticket holders and featured a lavatory compartment. The remaining compartments were for the use of passengers holding third class tickets.

New highly detailed models of the South Eastern & Chatham Railway (SECR) 60-feet length passenger stock featuring raised, glazed lookouts in the roof over the guard's compartments referred to as a birdcage lookout due to the similarity to an aviary enclosure.

These distinctive coaches had long service lives, the Southern Railway investing in electric trains rather than building new steam hauled stock suburban services. These SECR coach sets, along with many other pre-grouping suburban coaches will still in service into the British Railways period after 1948.

This SECR livery matches the SECR C class locomotives.
Era 2 1875-1922 (pre-grouping)
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Highly detailed model of the South Eastern & Chatham Railway (SECR) 60-feet length passenger stock featuring raised, glazed lookouts in the roof over the guard's compartment referred to as a birdcage lookout due to the similarity to an aviary enclosure.
Lavatory brake third class coach finished in the later SR malachite green livery.
Era 4 1922-1948
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Highly detailed model of the South Eastern & Chatham Railway (SECR) 60-feet length passenger stock featuring raised, glazed lookouts in the roof over the guard's compartment referred to as a birdcage lookout due to the similarity to an aviary enclosure.
Lavatory composite coach with compartments for first and third class passengers finished in the later SR malachite green livery.
Era 4 1922-1948

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Highly detailed model of the South Eastern & Chatham Railway (SECR) 60-feet length passenger stock featuring raised, glazed lookouts in the roof over the guard's compartment referred to as a birdcage lookout due to the similarity to an aviary enclosure.
Brake third class coach finished in the later SR malachite green livery.
Era 4 1922-1948

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These useful drop-side wagons could carry a wide range of loads, from crates, containers and road vehicles to stone blocks and aggregates.

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A new model of the Maunsell and Lynes designed 25-ton goods train brake vans built for the South Eastern & Chatham Railway following WW1 and formed the initial standard brake vans for the Southern Railway. These long wheelbase vans with full-length cabins and enclosed verandas were known as 'dance hall' vans, in contrast to the later and much more austere Southern Railway 'pill box' vans.
Model finished in South Eastern & Chatham Railway dark grey livery.
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A new model of the Maunsell and Lynes designed 25-ton goods train brake vans built for the South Eastern & Chatham Railway following WW1 and formed the initial standard brake vans for the Southern Railway. These long wheelbase vans with full-length cabins and enclosed verandas were known as 'dance hall' vans, in contrast to the later and much more austere Southern Railway 'pill box' vans.
Model finished in Southern Railway umber brown livery with red painted ends.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as South Eastern & Chatham Railway wagon 13578 in light grey livery with the early SE&CR small sized lettering.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as South Eastern & Chatham Railway wagon 13540 in light grey livery with the early SE&CR small sized lettering.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as South Eastern & Chatham Railway wagon 13620 in the later SECR dark grey livery with large lettering.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as South Eastern & Chatham Railway wagon 14517 in the later SECR dark grey livery with large lettering.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as South Eastern & Chatham Railway wagon 14374 allocated to locomotive coal service in the later SECR dark grey livery with large lettering.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as London, Brighton & South Coast Railway wagon 10972 in LBSC grey livery with with large lettering.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as London, Brighton & South Coast Railway wagon 10880 in LBSC grey livery with with large lettering.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as Southern Railway ex-SECR wagon 17065 in SR goods brown livery with large size lettering applied from grouping in 1922 until 1936.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as Southern Railway ex-LBSCR wagon 27461 in SR goods brown livery with large size lettering applied from grouping in 1922 until 1936.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as Southern Railway ex-SECR wagon 10560 in SR goods brown livery with the small sized lettering agreed between the railway companies for use from 1936 onward.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished as Southern Railway ex-LBSCR wagon 27320 in SR goods brown livery with the small sized lettering agreed between the railway companies for use from 1936 onward.
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A highly detailed model of the RCH 1907 design 7 plank 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 with many passing to British Railways ownership 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 finished in a special maachite green livery lettered for the Southern railways' last CME, O.V.S Bulleid of Eastleigh, Ashford and Brighton, wagon 21C1.
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Oxford Rail OR76WW010 00 Gauge Warwell depressed centre wagons built during WW2

Southern Railway Warwell Wagon Revised Bed MS14176

£33.99

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