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Furness Furness Railway
Glasgow & South Western Glasgow & South Western Railways (GSWR)
Great Western Great Western Railway (GWR)
Great Central Great Central Railway (GCR)
Highland Highland Railway (HR)
Lancashire & Yorkshire Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway (LYR)
LMS London Midland Scottish Railways (LMS)
LNER London North Eastern Railways (LNER)
LNWR London North Western Railway (LNWR)
Midland Midland Railways (MR)
North British North British Railway (NBR)
North Eastern North Eastern Railway (NER)
North Staffordshire North Staffordshire Railway (NSR)
Private Owner

Private owner wagons (POW)

POA blackadder wagon

View of the 51L Allied Steel and Wire Blackadder end.

Rake of wagons by Martin Screen

A fine rake of wagons by Martin Sreen. Built to finescale OO standards from left to right, NBR D82 pig iron, NBR 90 dropside, NER G1 covered goods, CR D16 pig iron and lastly a D9 NSR covered goods van.

Until 'pooling' of wagons during the First World War rolling stock generally tended to stay within the confines of its home range. However many vehicles, especially general wagons and long distance carriages would have roamed far and wide. We know for example that LYR carriages arrived at several London terminal each day as well as at the principal Scottish cities. Some wagons used for a particular traffic could have been seen nation wide. Study of railway goods yards shows stock from a variety of companies in addition to the 'home' railway.

Some railways, especially the Highland Railway, had a habit of 'holding on' to any rolling stock that came its way and HR trains were often comprised of a mix of virtually every conceivable railway company's rolling stock. So a wide range of companies stock could be seen at a particular location.

is continuly adding to the range of rolling stock available. If you have a particular wish list or component you would like to see please let us know, we may be able to assist. Wish List.

PCA wagon working with Castle Cement POA scrap wagon Powder van in GCR bright red

MR D351, Midland, early LMS and later LMS livery

Many of the components used in wagons and carriages are available separately. Details of our range of components may be found here.



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