Contains etched battery boxes, ventilator hoods, trussing and ducket overlays. Sufficient parts for a 4 car set of Stroudley 4 wheel coaches as sent to the Isle of Wight. (4C60+4C61+4C62+4C60)
Etched brass kit. LBSCR Diagrams 34, 45 and 147 D34 were in suburban sets with short inner buffers, D45 were main line with long buffers all round. All later became D147 with long buffers. Modelled as later type with separate quarterlights, the ea
Etched brass kit. LBSCR Diagram 33/34/145 All with identical bodies, D33 were close couple thirds, D44 main line thirds, and D32 close couple seconds. All later became long buffered thirds. Again modelled as later type. Nine were in the Lancing Wo
Etched brass kit LBSCR Diag 31/83 and 41/83 Built between 1872 and 1891 D31 were in close coupled sets, D41 were long buffered. All later became D83 long buffered. Some were rebuilt as brake thirds and four were in the Lancing Works train. Two coa
Etched brass kit. LBSCR Diag 30/41 as First LBSCR Diag 43b/85 as Composite Built 1872 to 1891 All built for close coupled suburban sets with short buffers but later coverted to long buffers for secondary and branch use. Some retrimmed as compos.
Etched brass kit. LBSCR Diag 47/222 Built between 1872 and 1891. They were used on all types of service. Many later went to engineers use.
Etched brass kit LBSCR Diagram 37/44 Built from 1872 to 1891 for mainline service with long buffers. Many were later re-trimmed as seconds, bi-composites, or tri-composites, some were also rebuilt as brake seconds. (7mm kit shown)
Etched brass kit. LBSCR Diag 46/221 Built 1872 to 1891 Appeared on all types of train. Some were rebuilt by Billington with a higher roofline. Many later went to engineers use. (7mm kit shown)