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NER Five compartment third class carriage (Diagram 15)
This type of carriage was the most numerous vehicle produced by the North Eastern Railway (NER). Approximately 1000 examples of this type of carriage were produced from the mid 1880’s until 1895. A drawing of this vehicle exists at the National Railway Museum (LNER drawing 1829D, formerly NER drawing 68a). This drawing was referred to during the design of this model. Originally, the livery would have been NER maroon with yellow lining. Roofs were white when new. The design of this model features a ..
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NER Guards Van (Diagram 21)
This carriage was one of a series of 32ft six wheeled carriages which were designed and built by the North Eastern Railway (NER) in the latter part of the 19th Century. They used a standard underframe and replaced earlier vehicles. This model represents a Guards van, diagram 21. The NER inventory contained about two hundred similar vehicles in the 1890's. They were originally designed for passenger traffic, some were used for milk traffic and others passed into goods service.  Originally, the liver..
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NER Luggage composite carriage (Diagram 9)
This carriage was one of a series of 32ft six wheeled carriages which were designed and built by the North Eastern Railway in the latter part of the 19th Century. They used a standard underframe and replaced earlier vehicles. This model represents a composite carriage with a central luggage compartment, diagram 9. The NER inventory contained over 200 similar vehicles in the 1890's. The design of this model features a detachable roof. A difficult and tedious task encountered when modelling rolling ..
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NER Third class luggage carriage (Diagram 13)
These carriages were very similar to Diagram 15 thirds, see our produuct NE04-D015. One passenger compartment was replaced by a luggage compartment. A drawing of this vehicle exists at the National Railway Museum (LNER drawing 1830D, formerly NER drawing 71a). This drawing was referred to during the design of this model. Originally, the livery would have been standard NER maroon with yellow lining. Roofs were white when new. The design of this model features a detachable roof. A difficult and tedious ..
£18.00
NER Van Third (Diagram 20)
This carriage was one of a series of 32ft six wheeled carriages which were designed and built by the North Eastern Railway in the latter part of the 19th Century. They used a standard underframe and replaced earlier vehicles. This model represents a Guards can with two third class compartments (diagram 20). The NER inventory contained about a hundred similar vehicles in the 1890's. The design of this model features a detachable roof. A difficult and tedious task encountered when modelling rolling ..
£18.00
This document briefly describes various methods of completing the underrame for our kits with suggestions and examples. Bogie Stock Our kits are provided with locating holes which allow bogies to be positioned at the correct centres. The bogie type and underframe detail depends on the company. For GNR coaches, the bogie type was usually a Fox's patent type, used by many pre-grouping railways.  Later, LNER standard (Gresley) bogies would have replaced the Fox's bogies. Fox's pattern bo..
NER (ECJS) Steel Kitchen Car 1915
ALL-STEEL KITCHEN CAR, NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY.  “In the equipment of two new trains provided by the East Coast companies-the Great Northern, North-Eastern and North-British- for the 10.0 a.m. service from King's Cross to Edinburgh and the corresponding 10.0 a.m. from Edinburgh to King's Cross an all-steel kitchen car is included. Part of the stock for the new trains was built at the Great Northern Company's shops at Doncaster under the supervision of Mr. H. N. Gresley, and the re..