7mm Wagons 101-

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FRWC 101 LBSCR/SR 6plank

151 of these wagons were built for the LB&SCR in 1898 by Ashbury Carriage and Wagon. These were used to move coal around the LB&SCR system. Initially rated at 10 tons some were later down rated to 8 tons and used as general goods wagons. the last known survivor was withdrawn in 1935. This is a brass and resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

50.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

1 in Stock 


FRWC 102 TVR/GWR/BR 3plk

The TVR built over 50 3 plank wagons, between 1897 and 1910. Axle boxes, brakes and buffers followed standard TVR practice of the time. All of these wagons were taken over by the GWR in 1923 and most would have lasted to be taken into public owner ship in 1947. This is brass and resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

50.00 £

Skill level 3

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

0 in stock 

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FRWC 103 Barry Rly 1plk

The Barry Railway built 30 1 plank, to diagram 41, Between 1890 and 1898. Axle boxes, brakes and buffers followed standard Barry practice of the time. Most of these wagons were taken into GWR ownership in 1923 and some lived long enough to be absorbed into British Railways in 1947. This is a brass and resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 £

Skill level 3

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

0 in stock 

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FRWC 104 TVR/GWR/BR 7t mink Van

The Taff Vale Railway built 203 vans, between 1903 and 1915. The design based on that of the GWR mink but lengthened to 17ft 6inches. Axel boxes, brakes and buffers followed standard TVR practice of the time. Two vans (5414 and 5416) were converted for the movement of gunpowder. These vans were painted red oxide from the time they were built and they would have been repainted GWR grey after 1923 until they 1930’s when they would have been painted red-oxide. Most of these vans would have made it through the Second World War to British Railway owned in 1947. The last van to be broken up at East Usk Junction in 1977. The TVR running numbers 5237-5276, 5327-5351, 5378-9, 5380-5429, 5501-5510. This is a brass kit with resin, brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 £

Skill level 4

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered GWR £145 RTR Fully Lettered TVR 155

2 in stock

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FRWC 105 G&SWR/LMS/BR 20t Hopper

Kit Price: £65  RTR Price: £165 RTR Fully lettered £195

0 in stock


FRWC 106 LSWR/SR/BR 10ton Brake/road van

Built between 1887 and 1905 initally rated as 10tons this was raised over time to 15tons. These vans were ysed all over the LSWR system and could be seen from Wenfordbridge in Cornwall to London. This design of Brake van was the most numerously built. Out of the 601 brake vans passed to the Southern in 1923 from the LSWR 444 were to diagram 1541. In 1925 some of these wagons were sent to the Isle of Wight. The last of these vans to be withdrawn from normal service was 1960 with the last one in service of the engineering department was 1966 This is resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

65.00 £

Skill level

Kit Price: £65 RTR Price: £190 RTR Fully lettered SR/BR £210 lettered LSWR £230

0 Kit In Stock

LSWR 12ton Brake van instructions


FRWC107 LSWR/SR/BR 8t 3plank

This kit represents the LSWR’s standard 3 plank drop side wagon of which over 500 were built between 1887 and 1912. Over 200 survived in running stock in 1923 with 54 surviving in use in 1947. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

2 Kit in Stock


FRWC108 LSWR/SR/BR 10t Stone Wagon

This kit represents the LSWR’s standard 1 plank fixed side stone wagon of which 35 were built between 1896 and 1910. 27 survived in running stock in 1923 with 15 surviving in use in 1947 This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

0 Kit in Stock


FRWC109 LSWR/SR/BR 10ton 4 plank

The LSWR built over 2000 of these wagons between 1879 and 1912. All of the ones taken in to Southern Railway ownership were however built be tween 1899 and 1912. Some living long enough to be taken in to British Railways Ownership in 1947. The last wagon of this type being scrapped in 1957.

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

1 Kit in Stock


FRWC110 LSWR/S&DJR/SR/BR Box Van

Under Development Telford 2020


FRWC111 S&DJR/MR/LSWR/SR/BR 3plk

This kit represents the S&DJR’s version of the standard Midland railway’s 3 plank dropside wagon. These wagons were used for both engineers department as well as the traffic department. Those in the traffic department were split between the MR and LSWR in 1914 but those in use by the engineers department remained in their S&DJR livery until 1930. Some of these wagons were still in-service until the 1950’s

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145 SDJR £165

1 Kit in Stock


FRWC112 NER/Private owner P1 4/6ton Hopper

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Skill level 0

Kit Price: TBC  RTR Price: TBC

Being Retooled

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FRWC113 Cambrian/GWR 4plank

At least 550 of these wagons were built between 1871 and 1921. Very little is known about the early versions of the wagons but there are some photographs and drawings of some of the later versions. They were mainly built at the Cambrian’s own workshop at Oswestry, but some were built by outside contractors: Ashbury’s 1882 and 1897; Metropolitan Railway Carriage and Wagon Company 1890 and 1893 and RY Pickering’s in Glasgow in 1902. Although the design of the wagon didn’t change some were fitted with a sheeting rail and others with coke raves. Most of the wagons were absorbed into the GWR. As these wagons had wooden underframes they would have been removed from GWR quite quickly. The last wagon of this type was scrapped in February 1945. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered GWR £145 RTR Fully lettered Cambrian £165

2 in stock


FRWC114 Cambrian Lime/Sand Wagon

These wagon were built from 1864’s for the transportation of lime and sand on the Cambrian system. Some were later rebuilt with sprung buffers, before 1914, while others were sole out of service. the last recorded wagon still in existence was found in the 1980’s in the lime works on the Welsh/English border near Pant. This is a resin kit with brass, white metal and 3D printed plastic fittings.

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered£165

3 Kit In Stock


FRWC115 Barry Rly/Furness Rly 5 plank (Wood under-frame)

This design of wagon was built for both the Furness and the Barry railways. 104 were built for the Furness between 1909 and 1919. The Barry built 400 between 1904 and 1920. some of the Barry wagons were fitted with sheet rails. All of the Furness wagon made it to LMS ownership. The Barry ones similarly made it to GWR ownership. Most of Furness wagons lasted into the British Railways era but the GWR didn’t like wooden under framed wagons so these wagons would have been either scrapped or sold off to private owners by 1935. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered£165

1 Kit In Stock


FRWC116 Mid-Wales/Cambrian 6ton Brake Van

Very little is known about these vans and only three photos exists and they were taken after the van was taken out of service between 1904 and 1908. They were built by Wright and Son’s for the opening of the Mid-Wales railway in 1864 but passed to the Cambrian in 1888 when it was agreed that the Cambrian would take over the running of the railway. At 6 tons these vans were relatively light and being dead buffered would have probably found work with either the engineer’s department of on branch line duties. One of these van was sold to the Birmingham Corporation Water Works Department, in 1898, for use on the Elan Valley Railway. It very probable that the last of these vans was scrapped on site with the closure of the line in 1916 although it probably not moved in some years by that point. This is a 3D printed plastic kit with brass, 3D printed plastic and white metal fittings

65.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit price £65 Ready to Run £155

0 in stock


FRWC117 LBSCR/SR/BR 4 wheel Brake van

The LBSCR built 120 of these 7-9-10-12ton vans between 1888 and 1908. Designed by Robert Billington to be an improvement on the vans built by Stroudly. 7 9ton vans, 89 10ton vans and 14 12ton vans were taken into Southern Rly ownership in 1923. The last van of the type was withdrawn by British railways in 1950 it has survived as the branch brake on the Hayling Island branch.

65.00 £

Skill level 3

Kit Price: £65 RTR Price: £135 RTR Fully lettered SR £155 LBSCR £175

0 Kit In Stock

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FRWC118 MR/LMS/BR Large Cattle van

55.00 £

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £155

1 Kit In Stock


FRWC119 Furness/LMS 8ton 1 plank open

The Furness Railway built over 250 of these wagons from 1880 to 1900. With 127 still running when the LMS produced its Furness wagon diagram book in 1928. these wagons were maids of all work. This kit is 3D printed plastic with brass, white metal and 3D printed pastic fittings

50.00 £

Skill Level 1

Kit price £50 RTR £120 RTR fully lettered £140

One in Stock


FRWC120 Furness Rly/LMS 6ton Gunpowder Van

It is believed that the Furness Railway bought these 6 vans second hand from an unknown source in 1913. Very little is known them and they strike an uncanny similarity to the Standard LNWR small van apart from the axle boxes, brakes and the wheel base. This is a brass and resin kit with white metal, brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 £

Skill level 4

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £135 RTR Fully lettered £155

1 Kit In Stock

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FRWC121 LNWR/LMS 1 plank open (diagram 1)

The London North Western built 20,000 of these wagons between 1857 and 1904. The last 100 being built 6 inches longer. Even though they were built in vast numbers their numbers had dropped to 6 of the shorter wagon by 1923. However these wagon were rebuilt in to other wagon diagrams which also accounts for the low numbers in 1923. 75 were converted to shunter’s trucks (dia 51) between 1894 and 1910, 146 were converted to carry glass (dia 39) in 1892-1900 This kit is 3D printed plastic with brass, white metal and 3D printed fittings

50.00 £

Skill Level 1

Kit price £50 RTR £110 RTR Fully lettered £145

One in stock


FRWC122 LNWR/LMS 2 plank fixed side

The LNWR built 14,000 of these wagons between 1870 and 1889, when a slightly longer version was put into production. 53 were taken in to LMS ownership in 1923. However another 62 were up rated to 10tons and became diagram 6. With 52 of these wagons passing to the LMS in 1923. This kit is 3D printed plastic with brass, white metal and 3D printed plastic fittings

50.00 £

Skill Level 1

Kit price £50 RTR £110 RTR Fully lettered £145

One in stock


FRWC123 GER/LNER 8ton 5 plank

The Great Eastern Railway built 3,740 of these wagon between 1885 and 1895. 3000 were still in revenue stock in 1923 to be taken over by the LNER. However they had all been withdrawn by 1941. This kit is resin with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £135 RTR Fully lettered £155

1 kits available


FRWC124 Maryport &Carlisle Rly/LMS 8ton 3 plank

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £135 RTR Fully lettered £155

Under development


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UK Postage for 1 kit

All Kits sent out Royal Mail Recorded delivery

5.00 £

UK postage for 2-5 kits

All Kits sent out Royal Mail Recorded delivery

10.00 £

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