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"OO" Coach wheels (4 axles) and Mansell Inserts
These metal "OO" disc wheels are approximately a scale 3ft 5in in diameter, excluding the flanges. The wheels are suitable for use with our coach kits. The inserts give an effective represenation of a Mansell pattern wooden centered wheel.  Four axles and eight  Mansell pattern inserts are included. This is sufficient for one bogie vehicle or two four wheeled carriages, ..
£7.00
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