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GNR - Great Northern Railway, 4mm Scale

The Great Northern Railway (GNR) was a British railway company established by the Great Northern Railway Act of 1846. On 1 January 1923 the company lost its identity, as a constituent of the newly formed London and North Eastern Railway.The main line ran from London King's Cross via Hitchin, Peterborough, and Grantham, to York, with a loop line from Peterborough to Bawtry (south of Doncaster) via Boston and Lincoln, and branch lines to Sheffield and Wakefield.

Wikipedia: Great Northern Railway (Great Britain)

GNR 4 compartment third class brake body kit (D281).
Great Northern Railway (GNR) Diagram 281 (D281) Third Class Brake: This vehicle was an ubiquitous vehicle produced by the GNR. Approximately 370 of this type were included in the stock inventories at the beginning of the 20th century. Similar vehicles were used by the East Coast Joint Stock (ECJS). One of These coaches has been preserved. Additional images this model can be found at Diagram3D gallery A difficult and tedious task encountered when modelling rolling stock is the preparation and cutting o..
£17.50
GNR 45 ft bogie composite brake kit (D189)
This 45 foot coach built to diagram 189 (D189) was one of several similar vehicles which were designed by Howlden for the GNR in the 1890’s.. This vehicle combined third class, first class and a guards compartment. This vehicle is described in “Historic Carriage Drawings” Volume 1 by N. Campling. ISBN 1 899816 04 6 page 94. A difficult and tedious task encountered when modelling rolling stock is the preparation and cutting out of the windows, droplights and panels. This kit reduces the tedium, com..
£22.50
GNR 45 ft bogie composite coach kit (D129)
This 45 foot coach built to diagram 129 (D129) was one of several similar vehicles which were designed by Howlden for the GNR in the 1890’s.. This vehicle combined an open third class area and separate first class accommodation. This vehicle is described in “Historic Carriage Drawings” Volume 1 by N. Campling. ISBN 1 899816 04 6 page 94. One of these coaches has been preserved and is stored at the Keighley Worth Valley Railway. A difficult and tedious task encountered when modelling rolling stock is the ..
£22.50
GNR 45 ft bogie Third brake kit (D277)
This 45 foot coach built to diagram 277 (D277) was one of several similar vehicles which were designed by Howlden for the GNR in the 1890’s.. This vehicle combined a toilet, smoking compartment, open third area and a guards compartment. This vehicle is described in “Historic Carriage Drawings” Volume 1 by N. Campling. ISBN 1 899816 04 6 page 94. Twelve of these vehicles were constructed. Most of these vehicles survived through grouping and nationalisation. A difficult and tedious task e..
£22.50
GNR 5 compartment composite body kit (D156)
Great Northern Railway (GNR) Diagram 156 (D156) composite: This vehicle is a good example of a six wheeled composite produced by the GNR. Approximately 120 of this type were included in the stock inventories at the beginning of the 20th century.  A difficult and tedious task encountered when modelling rolling stock is the preparation and cutting out of the windows, droplights and panels. This kit reduces the tedium, complication and labour associated with the construction of a deta..
£17.50
GNR 5 compartment third class coach body kit (D245)
Great Northern Railway 5 compartment Third Class Coach (Diagram 245, D245): This type of coach was the most common vehicle produced by the GNR. Approximately 400 of this type of vehicle were in the GNR inventory at the beginning of the 20th Century. A difficult and tedious task encountered when modelling rolling stock is the preparation and cutting out of the windows, droplights and panels. This kit reduces the tedium, complication and labour associated with the construction of a detailed model o..
£17.50
GNR 6 compartment third class coach (D243)
Great Northern Railway (GNR) Diagram 243(D243) Six compartment Third Class coach: This vehicle was produced by the GNR in 1901. Approximately 34 of this type of vehicle were included in the stock inventories at the turn of the beginning of the 20th century. One of these coaches has been preserved. A difficult and tedious task encountered when modelling rolling stock is the preparation and cutting out of the windows, droplights and panels. This kit reduces the tedium, complicat..
£17.50
GNR Full brake body kit  (D303)
Great Northern Railway (GNR) Diagram 303 (D303) Full Brake van.This brake van and its variants was a common sight on the Great Northen Railway and later on the L&NER for many years. Approximately 80 vehicles of this type were owned by the GNR at the beginning of the 20th Century A difficult and tedious task encountered when modelling rolling stock is the preparation, cutting out and alignment of the windows, droplights and panels. This kit reduces the tedium, complication and labour associated wit..
£17.50
GNR Goods Brake Van (horizontal planks)
This 4mm scale  kit  is primarily made from laser cut and etched wood. It can be completed to represent any one of several versions of a standard type used by the Great Northern Railway. The kit is for the body. It does not include any underframe parts, wheels, axleguards, buffers etc. These brake vans have been described in books (e.g. 19th Centurry Railway Drawings by A. Prior, and LNER Wagons by P. Tatlow)  and the Model Railway press (Especially an article in  "Model Railway ..
£11.50
GNR Goods Brake Van (vertical planks)
This 4mm scale  kit  is primarily made from laser cut and etched wood. It can be completed to represent any one of several versions of a standard type used by the Great Northern Railway. The kit is for the body. It does not include any underframe parts, wheels, axleguards, buffers etc. These brake vans have been described in th literature (e.g. LNER Wagons and subsequent volumes by P. Tatlow)  and the Model Railway press (Especially an article in  "Model Railway News" Decemb..
£11.50