GWR Shunters Truck GWR Grey 'Old Oak Common'
GWR Shunters Truck GWR Grey 'Newton Abbot'
GWR Shunters Truck GWR Grey 'Canons Marsh, Bristol'
After changes in legislation regarding animal welfare and transport, many older style cattle wagons became redundant and alternative uses had to be found.
Containers and the special wooden decked conflat wagons used to convey them were produced in great numbers by all four of the railway companies.
Ventilated vans were the primary way of transporting perishable goods quickly and efficiently, yet maintaining goods in peak condition.
The 6 wheel milk tanker was developed in the 1930’s from the 4 wheel milk tanker.
Fruit D wagons were large ventilated wooden bodied vans designed for the fast and efficient transportation of fruit.
Box Vans were the workhorses of the early freight industry moving general merchandise and perishable goods and thousands were built over several designs and over a large time period.
Motorised track cleanerThis model needs to be hauled by a locomotive, as 'motorised' merely reflects the motor driving the cleaning heads and not the movement of the model.
The 16 Ton Steel Mineral Wagon was a product of war time, when the requirement for coal soared and efforts were made to transport it more efficiently.
Cattle Wagon 13824 GWR Cattle wagons were made in large numbers and were a common sight on rail in all parts of the country until their use was eclipsed by the use of specialised road vehicles.