This is a 4 plank wagon measuring 152mm long (165mm over buffers) by 84mm wide and 70mm high above the rails with an 80mm wheelbase.Complete with 3D printed detailing parts, an optional coal load is availible.Download the build instructions..
This is a long flat bed bogie wagon with optional end pieces, measuring 312mm long (340mm over buffers) by 90mm wide and 38mm high above the rails (58mm with the optional end pieces).The bogies are available separately as a home builder part.Please Note that the build instructions are in 2 parts.Dow..
An early type 4-wheel open wagon with low fixed sides and inside-bearing wheels. Used for general goods including beer in casks. Appears in
some of the Bleasdale photographs but was scrapped many years ago. A
replica was completed and put into service in Autumn 2012. Sometimes
referred to as t..
Bolster wagons were used as a pair to carry long loads with either a chain or a draw bar coupling the wagons together.Sold as a pair of wagons they are each 152mm long (165mm over buffers) by 84mm wide (100mm over the bolster) and 38mm high above the rails (100mm to top of bolster) with an 80mm whee..
This is a match / shunter's truck 106mm long (130mm over buffers) by 94mm wide and 60mm high above the rails.Available in 32mm gauge ONLY with multi height couplings at each end and plenty of room underneath and inside the top part to take weights if required.The seat height over the foot boar..
A small batch of six wooden coal wagons were built at Coed-y-Parc and delivered to the quarry in 1856-7. The very distinctive beam along each side was to allow a plank to be propped there so a wheelbarrow could be pushed up for loading and unloading as no doors were fitted.Supplied as a complete kit..