Rub down transfers by POWSIDES. One set for kit 4F7.
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Etched brass kit. 415 of these vans were built between 1867 and 1892. The kit is based on a drawing of 1881. Early construction was of the 8 ton version depicted in this kit. Later construction was of a 10 ton version which needs additional crown
Whitemetal and etched brass kit. 200 of these wagons were built between 1878 and 1895. They were used for general merchandise and all kinds of mineral traffic. An additional 40 were built as ballast wagons, some of them to an earlier dumb buffered
Etched Brass Kit. At least 160 of these vans were built between 1872 and 1888 to LBSCR Diagram21 (SR Diagram 1564). Identical vans were built for the Engineers Department and many similar vans were also built to Diagram 33 (Taller on roof centreli
Cast whitemetal and etched brass kit. About 44 wagons were built to this design up to 1899. Another 33 were built from 1879 with 7'6" wheelbase.They were used in pairs for the transport of timber and other long items. The last was withdrawn from t
Whitemetal and etched brass kit. Typical of thousands of early coal wagons which appeared all over the country and lasted almost to the grouping. We can usually supply the correct POW SIDES transfers (Not included). 3 ft open spoked wheels and cou
Whitemetal and etched brass kit. Stephenson and Clarke were a major firm of coal merchants whose wagons could be seen in many areas. They supplied the LBSCR with loco coal and they were also seen in SECR areas. This kit can also be taken as typica
Etched brass kit. 74 of these vehicles were built between 1877 and 1892, the first seven of which were ballast brakes. Withdrawals started in 1900 and most had gone by 1919. Some continued in service use on SR. 3ft spoked wheels and couplings requ
Cast whitemetal and etched brass kit. A very early design of wagon, many of which lasted into SR days. 3ft spoked or open spoked wheels and couplings required to complete. Kit built by Adrian Coombes.
Cast whitemetal and etched brass kit. Contemporary with 4F9. 3ft spoked or open spoked wheels and couplings required to complete. Kit built by Adrian Coombes.