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GNR Goods Brake Van
This 7mm scale ("O" gauge) kit  is primarily made from laser cut and etched MDF. THis kit 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. More images of this kits contents and assembly can be found in the gallery by following this link:  GNR Goods Brake 7mm scale The prototype brake vans have been described in books (e.g. ..
£24.50
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 ..
£12.00
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..
£12.00
NBR Perishable Goods (Yeast and Fruit) Van.
This kit is modelled on a perishable goods van which was used for the conveyance of Yeast and Fruit by the North British Railway (NBR). It was a six wheeled vehicle and is described in detail within the book “LNER Wagons Volume 3”  by P. Tatlow ISBN 978 1 905 184 56 9. (Pages. 58-59). 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 an..
£16.00
GNR Goods engine 1868
This early engine shows the distinctive style brought by P. Stirling from the G&SWR. "GOODS ENGINES FOR THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. These engines were constructed by Messrs. John Fowler and Co., at their works, Leeds, from the design of P. Stirling, Esq., of Doncaster, engineer to the company. The cylinders are 17in. diameter, with a. stroke of 24in. The six coupled wheels are 5ft. lin. diameter. The total wheel base of the engine is 15ft. 6in. The boiler and fire-box casing are mad..
GNR Goods Engine 1871
By 1871 The distinctive Stirling style had developed into a readily recognisable austere outline. The simple cab has a rear cutout. Pipework and springs are kept out of sight. "GOODS LOCOMOTIVE. We are enabled this week, by the courtesy of Mr. Patrick Stirling, to lay before our readers engravings illustrating the latest type of six-coupled goods locomotive introduced on the Great Northern Railway for working the heavy coal traffic on that line. The engine, which was constructed at Doncaster, w..
GNR Open Goods Wagon, 9 ton 1882
"550 NINE-TON GOODS WAGONS -- GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. The Great Northern Railway Company invites tenders for 550 goods wagons. The accompanying engraving illustrates their construction. The following is a copy of the specification. The general arrangement of the wagon is shown in the engravings above. The body to be 15ft. long by 7ft 6in. wide outside, and 3ft. deep inside exclusive of  ½ in. coping iron; to be carried on four wheels, 3ft. 2 ½ in. diameter at centre of tread, plac..
NBR 1877 Goods Engine
We illustrate above a  ... type of goods engine, designed by Mr. Drummond, locomotive superintendent of the North British Railway, and constructed at the companies works at Cowlairs, near Glasgow. The engines are similar in external appearance to the new goods engines desiigned by Mr. Stroudley for the London and Brighton Railway, but are more powerful machines and considerably heavier. The work to be performed by these engines is very severe, as the grades are steep and very long, and the work has ..