One pair etched brass bogies as used under F39 The Foxdale Coach.
One pair of etched brass bogies as used under most Isle of Man Railway coaches.
One pair etched brass bogies as used under later Isle of Man Railway coaches.
Etched brass kit. Built in 1886 by Oldburys for the Manx Northern as a Brake Third. The independant Foxdale Railway was worked by the MNR and No. 17 provided the passenger accomodation until it closed. In 1887 one compartment was upgraded to first
Etched brass kit. Bogie Full Brakes of 1897. Both were built by Metropolitan for the carriage of luggage and parcels traffic. They were very similar in style to FI 9-F20, with end duckets, but the whole body was given over to luggage space. F27 la
Etched Brass Kit. These saloon coaches were supplied in 1905 by Metropolitan as part of modernisation scheme following takeover of the Manx Northern. When delivered they were considered the best stock the company had. All have been modified intern
Etched brass kit. Built by Metropolitan at the same time as F29-F32 these two saloons were the most luxurious on the Island. The first class sections were sumptuously upholstered and paneled in wood. The third class was more basic, having reversib
Etched Brass Kit. Ten coaches were built in 1879 by the Swansea Wagon Company for the opening of the Manx Northern Railway. They had Cleminson patent six wheeled underframes where each axle ran in a separate pivoted frame. Each frame was interconn
Etched brass kit. Two composites were built in 1879 in the same style as the thirds. The bodies were divided into four compartments. Two large first class compartments in the centre were flanked by two tiny third class compartments. In 1880 the Ra
Etched Brass Kit. Two firsts were built in 1879 and on takeover by the Isle of Man Railway were renumbered N40 and N41. No.1 was largely unmodified, although reduced to third class in 1920. It is now privately preserved. No.2 was rebuilt internall
Etched Brass Kit The first bogie coaches for the IOMR, built by Brown Marshall. At one end was a brakemans compartment, which was also used by passengers at peak periods. Some of the compartments only had seatback height partitions. Unfortunately
Etched Brass Kit. F7 and F8 were built by Ashbury as Guard/Thirds, with a brakemans compartment at one end. Later the two central compartments were upgraded to first class. These coaches were built for service all over the IOMR system but in later
Etched Brass Kit. These two coaches were built by Brown Marshall. As before they had timber underframes with the body panels covering the solebars but the lower panels were curved in a tumblehome. There were two first class compartments in the cen
Etched Brass Kit. F16-F18 were built by Brown Marshall and F24-F25 were built by their successors Metropolitan. They followed FI3-F14 with tumblehome to the bodyside but reverted to the Guard/Third layout. F18 is still in service. F25 and F26 awai
Etched Brass Kit. F19 was built by Brown Marshall in 1894 and F20 by their successors Metropolitan in 1896. Although following the style of the previous batches of stock they differed by being three compartment brake thirds. Half the body was give
Romford/Markits insulated metal wheels plus bearings 9mm diameter disc 12mm gauge 3 Axles
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Romford/Markits insulated metal wheels plus bearings 9mm diameter disc 12mm gauge 4 Axles
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Romford/Markits wheels plus bearings 9mm diameter spoked 12mm gauge 3 Axles.
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Romford/Markits wheels plus bearings 9mm diameter spoked 12mm gauge 4 Axles.
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Gibson wheels plus bearings 9mm diameter spoked 9mm gauge 3 Axles. Currently out of stock. This page is for information only. Please do not order.