Etched brass kit SR Diag 2431 One end of the 60ft 3car Birdcage sets with 4C31 or 4C33 centre coach and 4C32 Brake Composite. Detailing Kit 4A252 gives interiors etc for complete 3 car set.
Etched brass kit. SR Diag 2314 Centre coach of 3 car 60ft Birdcage sets with 4C30 & 4C32. Detailing kit 4A252 includes all interior partitions etc for complete 3 car set. Built 1912, ran until 1959
Etched brass kit. SR Diag 2432 One formed in every 3 car 60ft Birdcage set, with one 4C30 and one 4C31 or 4C33. Complete this kit with Interior Detailing Kit 4A252 (Covers complete 3 car set)
Etched brass kit. SR Diag 2315 Thirty of the 60ft Birdcage sets had this composite as the centre coach with Brake Third (4C30) and Brake Composite (4C32). One was converted for Push-Pull working with a driving trailer (4C34) Detailing Kit 4A252 gi
Etched brass kit. Rebuilt by SR from a Birdcage Brake Composite to form a 2 car Push-Pull set with a 60ft Composite (Kit 4C33) Set No 660. This ran until 1963 in Kent and Sussex. Detailing Kit 4A252 contains all partitions etc for the complete 2 c
Etched brass kit. SR Diag 425 Built in 1907 for through services to the Midland and other Railways. Later used as brake ends for longer sets through to BR days.
Etched brass kit. SECR Diag 4/3725 SR Diag 954 Fifty of these attractive vans were built in 1901 for the SECR by Hurst Nelson. They were used for passengers luggage, parcels and express perishables traffic. In SR days they appeared all over the sy
Etched brass kit. SECR Diag 3/3725 SR Diag 953 A series of 32 luggage vans built for the South Eastern Railway between 1888 and 1897. They formed the basis for the SECR design with which they shared duties.
Etched brass kit. SECR Diag 1/3863 SR Diag 948 Built by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway in 1878 / 1879. After grouping they appeared all over the Southern. Withdrawn in the early 1930's.
Etched brass kit. SECR Diag 1/3863 SR Diags 947 & 949 A later version of diagram 948 (Kit 4C72), built between 1880 and 1885. Diagram 949 had louvred ventilators in the ends. (Alternative ends are supplied). Both variants are shown but there is on
Etched brass kit. SECR Diag 2/3863 SR Diags 951 and 952 Remarkably similar to the SECR Grande Vittesse Diag 952 had hinged doors and Diag 951 had sliding doors. Alternative parts are supplied for both diagrams. Built in 1897 / 1898 they lasted unt
Etched brass kit. The LCDR built 35 in two batches between 1879 and 1884. All were Westinghouse brake fitted from new. The SECR would have fitted vacuum brakes or at least vacuum through pipes. All appear to have been withdrawn by 1922. 3' 7&rdquo
Etched brass kit. Three of these vehicles were built at Battersea in 1872 for transporting horse drawn carriages in passenger trains. Later in life they would also have carried motor vehicles. The last was withdrawn in 1930. 3ft 7in Open Spoked co
Etched brass kit. SR Diag 488 Thirty coaches were built in 1903/4 for general mainline service. Five of the 1904 batch were trimmed as 1st/2nd compos and later reclassified as 1sts. A few were in sets, but most ran as loose vehicles. Last withdraw
Etched brass kit. SECR Diag 1254 Twelve coaches were built in 1900 by Metropolitan R.C.W. for mainline use. The SR used many in boat trains but nearly all were demoted to third class. Withdrawn in the early 1950s.
Etched brass kit. Sixty six coaches built in three batches in1900/1901/1906 by Metropolitan R.C.W. Oldburys and the SECR. Intended for main line use they appeared on all types of train until 1928. During this year all but 16 were converted as trai