7mm Wagons FRWC 51-100

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FRWC51 GNoSR/LNER 6ton 3plk Open Wagon

Built from 1887 and 1923 this van was the GNoSR’s standard open goods wagon. These wagons would have been a familiar sight all over Scotland and the north of England, with some venturing even further afield. This kit has a plastic body and chassis with etched brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

50.00 £

Skill Level 1
Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £130 RTR Lettered price: £150

1 in Stock

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FRWC52 NER/LNER/BR P4 10 1/2 ton hopper

ver 21, 000 of these wagons were built between 1889 and 1922. 8000 lasted until 1947 in railway ownership and many more owned by collieries around the north of England and southern Scotland. This kit has a plastic body with 3D printed plastic and etched brass fittings.

50.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit price £55 RTR £145 RTR fully lettered £165

0 Kit In Stock

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FRWC53 CR/LMS 8ton 4plk Coal Wagon

This kit represents the Caledonian Railway’s standard 4 plank mineral wagon design built from about 1888 to 1914. These wagons would have been a familiar sight all over Scotland and the north of England, with some venturing even further afield. – This kit has a plastic body and chassis with etched brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

50.00 £

Skill Level 1

Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £130 RTR Lettered price: £150

Being retooled

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FRWC54 GSWR/LMS/BR 10ton Mineral Wagon

The G&SWR ordered 930 steel under-framed versions of their 12t Mineral wagon in 1899 from RY Pickering’s. The wagons were slightly longer than the previous 12t minerals, but still retained the cupboard side doors and both end doors. The G&SWR went down the route of having wagons fitted with two end doors because Ayr Docks was not equipped with wagon turntables and wagons pointing in the wrong direction could not be discharged. Due to the common user policy that had been introduced during World War 1 these wagons would have travelled all over the country as well as in their native Scotland. This kit has a plastic body, etched brass chassis with etched brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

50.00 £

Skill Level 3

Currently being retooled

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FRWC 55 NER/LNER/BR C1 Fish wagon

This kit represents the NER’s diagram C1 Open Fish Truck. Approximately 410 of these vans were built between 1896 and 1906. 1 of these wagons had long enough live to be nationalised. All of these wagons were dual fitted with Westinghouse and Vacuum braking systems to enable them to be run with passenger trains. In addition to this the NER/LNER ran these wagons in block trains from places like Hull to London and other large cities.

50.00 £

Skill Level 2

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

Last one

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FRWC 56 GWR/Private Owner China Clay wagon

thought that they were built around 1890 and there for would have been withdrawn from service about 1945. North and Rose and North Cornwall China Clay Company became part of English China Clay in 1919 and therefore the wagons would have been repainted their livery. it is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed fittings.

50.00 £

Skill Level 1

Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £130 RTR GWR Lettered price: £150 RTR Lettered Private owner £170

1 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 57 NER/LNER/BR F4 Perishable Goods Van

This kit represents the NER’s diagram F4 Perishable goods van. Approximately 600 of these vans were built between 1897 and 1906. 17 of these wagons had long enough lives to be nationalised. All of these vans were dual fitted with Westinghouse and Vacuum braking systems to enable them to be run with passenger trains. These wagons were used to convey all sorts of perishable goods from milk to fish and would have been a common sight around Britain. The kit is resin and brass with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 £

Skill Level 2

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £135 RTR Fully lettered £165

0 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 58 L&YR/LMS/BR 3 plank open wagon

This kit represents the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway’s standard 3 plank open wagon design built from about 1888 to 1900. These wagons would have been a familiar sight all over northern England and Scotland and some venturing even further afield. This kit has a plastic body with 3D printed plastic and etched brass fittings.

50.00 £

Skill Level 1

Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £130 Lettered price: £150

1 Kit in stock  

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FRWC 59 HR/LMS/BR 12ton Loco Coal wagon

This kit represents wagons built to the 1909 RCH specification for a 12 ton seven plank coal wagon. These wagons were built in vast numbers by a number of different builders around the country. Although designed with the private owner in mind these wagons were bought in large numbers, before the First World War, by the Highland Railway. The War Dept. bought thousands of this wagons between 1914 and 1918 and these were sold on after the war to many private owners. This kit has a plastic body and chassis with etched brass, 3D printed plastic and white metal fittings.

50.00 £

Skill Level 1

Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £130 RTR Lettered (HR LOCO/LMS)price: £150 RTR Lettered (Private owner) £180 

0 in stock

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FRWC 60 S&DJR/LSWR/Midland Railway/LMS/SR 8ton 2 Plank open Wagon

Between 1898 and 1912 the S&DJR build over 43 2 plank open wagons for use in the movement of general goods. These wagons were original built with fixed sides and rated at 8 tons but after 1904 they were built with a centre drop door in each side and some were up rated to 10 tons. In 1914 all of the S&DJR’S revenue earning wagons were split between evenly the Midland and the LSWR. All departmental stock was retained in S&DJR livery until 1930. this kit is 3D printed plastic with brass and 3D printed fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £130 RTR Lettered LMS/LSWR/SR price: £150 RTR Lettered SDJR £170

being retooled

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FRWC 61 NER/LNER/BR 11ton Coke Hopper

The kit represents the NER Central Division’s standard coke wagons. The kit can build both the R2 (two rave) and R4 (3 rave) adaption of their standard P5 coal hopper. The R4 hoppers were either reduced in height and turned into R2s or sold off as private owner wagons for the north Durham coke traffic. The kit is resin with brass and 3D printed fittings

50.00 £

Skill Level 2

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

0 Kit In Stock


FRWC 62 NER/LNER/BR Loco Coal/High Goods

The kit represents the NER 10ton loco coal wagon built from 1889. As larger capacity wagons came into use these wagons were transferred to the goods dept. for use as high goods wagons. 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 Goods £145 RTR lettered NER Loco coal £170

1 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 63 SECR/SR/BR 10ton 4plk

This kit represents an SECR 10ton 4PLK drop side General Merchandise Wagon. They were built between 1901 and 1910 and were bought in three batches from a contractor. In 1915 these wagons were commandeered by the War office for overseas service. In the 1920’s the SR moved some of these wagon to the Isle of White. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 1

1 in stock 

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FRWC 64 RR/GWR 10ton 4PLK

In 1895 the Rhymney Railway ordered 12 of these wagons numbering them 679 to 690 from Ashbury’s. They were originally allocated to carrying general merchandise but by 1923 most of these wagons had been transferred to the locomotive department for use as loco coal wagons. All of the wagons were absorbed into the GWR, and renumbered 23569 to 23580, but only a few would have been in service by the end of 1936. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D prinited plastic fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 1

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

0 Kit in Stock

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FRWC 65 LYR/LMS/BR 10ton 1PLK/Bolster

Dia. 1. 1 Plank/Dia. 32A. Single Bolster These wagons were built by the Lancashire and Yorkshire railway between 1876 and 1920. Most of the later wagons would have been passed to the LMS in 1923 with most of the later batches reaching BR in 1947. Both diagrams were commandeered by the war department between 1915 and 1919. During this time they were repainted W^D green. This is a 3D printed plastic wagon with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 1

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

1 Kit in Stock


FRWC 66 SDJR/LMS/BR 20t Brake

In 1898 and 1918 the Somerset and Dorset Railway built a number 20ton 6 wheel brake van for use on heavy goods and coal trains crossing the Mendips. When the S&DJR goods stock was split between the MR and LSWR, brake vans were not included and would have still been in S&DJR livery in 1930 when they were allocated to the LMS. Some of these vans managed to last into early British Railways. This a brass and resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

70.00 £

Skill level 3 Kit Price: £70 RTR Price: £190 RTR Fully lettered LMS £210 RTR lettered SDJR £240

0 Kit in Stock

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FRWC 67 GNoSR/LNER 17t Brake

This represents the Great North of Scotland Railway’s 14/17ton Brake Van. These over 60 vans were built in batches between 1895 and 1919. Their differences in tare weight was due to either grease or oil lubrication axel boxes. Most of these were taken into LNER ownership in 1923, but all had been withdrawn by 1946. This is a resin kit with brass, white metal and 3D printed plastic fittings

65.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £65 RTR Price: £190 RTR Fully lettered LNER £210 RTR Fully Lettered GNoSR £230

0 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 68 LYR/LMS/BR 7t explosives

The Lancashire and Yorkshire railway built 19 gunpowder vans, to diagram 60, between 1904 and 1911 as direct response to problems that had arisen during the Boar Wars. The design of the GWR mink lined with lead and with no vents was chosen. This design was adopted by a number of other railway companies for gunpowder van at this time. Axel boxes, brakes and buffers followed standard LYR practice of the time. Most of these vans would have made it through the Second World War to British Railway owned in 1947. This a brass kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 $

Skill level 4

Kit Price: £55  RTR Price: £140 RTR Fully lettered £165

0 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 69 NER/LNER/BR 8/10ton 4PLK

These wagons were built in batches by the NER, between 1886 and 1900, for the sole purpose of delivering general goods. Later in life these wagons came into service stock as they were replaced by larger capacity wagons. A large number of these wagon passed to the LNER in 1923 a few were still in service as loco coal wagons but the majority were in the high goods role. by 1947 there were only 2 of these wagons left in departmental stock. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £120 RTR Fully lettered £135

1 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 70 CR/HR/LMS Sheep Wagon

This kit represents standard Caledonian and highland railway four plank open wagons (FRWC47) that had been converted for carry sheep. This was done with the addition of ribs to the floors and what looked like coke raves to the sides increasing the height of the wagons to prevent the sheep jumping out. 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 Late CR/HR/LMS £135 RTR Lettered early CR £145

0 in stock


FRWC 71 MR/LMS Manure Wagon

In 1890 the Midland Railway company ordered a 100 8ton manure wagons. These wagons were built by the Midland Railway, in Derby. They were similar to the standard Midland design but they had no doors. 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£135

1 Kit In Stock


FRWC 72 S&DJR/MR/LSWR/LMS/SR Large Cattle Van

Between 1895 and 1912 the S&DJR ordered over 100 10ton large cattle vans. These wagons were built by the Midland Railway, in Derby. They were similar to the standard Midland design but they had slightly different plank spacing and extra metal strapping on the sides. In 1914 these wagons were split between the two parent companies 50% going to the Midland and 50% to the LSWR. Most of the wagons would have been absorbed into the LMS of the Southern respectively in 1923. It is feasible that some of these wagons lasted into early British Railways. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed fittings.

55.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered LNER £145 SDJR £160

0 Kit In Stock


FRWC 73 Lincoln Wagon Co 4PLK Open

These wagons represent a standard 4 plank wagon design produced for the Lincoln Wagon and Engine Co from about 1890, by Burnetts of Doncaster. These wagons were built for the private owner market and would have been a common site across the UK including the area of England controlled by the NER. Each company would have had their own livery and the wagons were registered to a number of different railway companies across the UK. It is not known if any of these wagons were pooled during world war 2 but it is very likely that some were. If any of these wagon were nationalised they would have probably been scrapped before 1950. POWSides currently do 5 transfer set specifically for this wagon. 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 Private owner £160

1 Kits in Stock

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FRWC 74 MR/LMS/BR Banana Van

In 1905 the Midland Railway company ordered a 225 8ton Banana vans. These wagons were built by the Midland Railway, in Derby. They were similar to the standard Midland design but they had twin cupboard doors rather than the sliding one of the Midland. In addition the vans had two vents in each end. This is a resin kit with brass an 3D printed plastic fittings.

55.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

0 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 75 GNoSR/LNER 8ton Box Van

This represents the GNoSR’s standard box van. Over 130 were built in batched between 1902 and 1909. All were taken into LNER ownership in 1923, all but 18 had been scrapped by 1940 and only 1 being in use in 1947. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £140 Lettered price: £160

1 kit in stock


FRWC 76 S&DJR/LMS/BR 8Ton Peat Wagon

n 1911 the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway company converted 14 of its 8ton 5 plank open wagons for use in the movement of peat from the Somerset Levels to markets across the UK. The original 5 plank wagons were built to a modified Midland Railway design slightly thinner and without the bottom doors, fitted as standard to all midland wagons. S&DJR’s revenue earning wagons were split between evenly the Midland and the LSWR. However all the peat wagons along with all departmental stock was retained in S&DJR livery until 1930. All of the peat wagons that were then allocated to the LMS, with some of these wagons lasted into early British Railways. this is a resin

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50 RTR Lettered LMS £125

RTR Fully lettered MR/LSWR £145 (SDJR) £170

1 Kit In Stock 

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FRWC 77 NER/LNER/BR 8ton Medium Cattle van

The kit represents the NER’s standard cattle van. 3,222 were built to a virtually unchanged design between 1886 and 1919. 1,071 were in-service in 1923 and 213 lasted until after 1947, with the last van being withdrawn in 1956. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 £

Skill Level 2

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

1 kit In Stock

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FRWC 78 NER/LNER/BR 8/10ton Box Van

This represents the Northern Eastern Railway’s standard box van. Over 1500 were built in batched between 1886 and 1903. 1176 were taken into LNER ownership in 1923, all but 6 had been scrapped by 1940 and no of these were in use by the goods department. 2 service vehicles did manage to survive in to preservation. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

0 Kit in Stock

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FRWC 79 GNR/LNER/BR 8/10 ton Cattle Van

This represents the Great Northern Railway’s standard, large, cattle van. 474 were built in batched between 1885 and 1910, at their Doncaster works. 305 were taken into LNER ownership in 1923, all but 6 had been scrapped by 1947 and all would have been scrapped by 1955. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £145

1 Kit in Stock

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FRWC 80 GNR/LNER/BR 8/10 ton 4 plank

In 1870 the GNR introduced a standard 4 plank open wagon design as its standard open goods wagon. by the time production of these wagon ceased in 1906 over 13, 000 had been built, 12, 400 with wooden under-frames with another 600 with steel under-frames. Over 700 of these wagons lived long enough to get to the grouping with the going to the LNER and 30 being withdrawn by British Railways in the 1950’s. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit Price: £50 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered £135

0 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 81 Barry Rly/GWR/BR 8ton Iron Mink

he Barry Rly built iron vans, to diagram, in 1897. The design was similar to the standard GWR mink with minor detail differences. Axel boxes, brakes and buffers followed standard Barry practice of the time. This is a brass kit with brass, resin and 3D printed plastic fittings.

55.00 £

Skill level 4

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered GWR £145 Barry £160

Out of Stock

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FRWC 82 LBSCR/SR 8 ton 3 Plank

In 1896 the London Brighton and South Coast Railway Company ordered a batch of 30 6ton 3 plank, general merchandise wagons from the company’s own works. These wagons were built to a modern design with a steel channel under-frame. The wagons were mainly used to convey general merchandise from between the south east and London although some of the wagons where photograph as far away as northern Scotland and south west England. In later years these wagons were relegated to engineers department for use as ballast wagons. This is 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 SR £145 RTR fullylettered LBSCR £165

0 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 83 LBSCR/SR 8 ton 5 Plank

Between 1896 and 1900 the London Brighton and South Coast Railway Company ordered a 4 batches of 10ton 5 plank, raised ended, general merchandise wagons from the Cravens and BRCW. A total of 1, 246 wagons were built. These wagons were built to a modern design with a steel channel under-frame. The wagons were mainly used to convey general merchandise from between the south east and London although some of the wagons where photograph as far away as northern Scotland and south west England. In later years these wagons were relegated to the engineers dept. This is a brass and resin kit with brass and 3D printed fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £50  RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered SR £145 RTR fully lettered LBSCR £165

0 kit In Stock

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FRWC 84 GWR/BR 7t Gunpowder Van

The GWR built 36 gunpowder vans, to diagram Z1, in 1897. The design was the standard GWR mink lined with lead and with no vents and steel doors. This design was adopted by a number of other railway companies for gunpowder van at this time. Axel boxes, brakes and buffers followed standard GWR practice of the time. This is a brass kit with brass, resin and 3D printed plastic parts.

55.00 £

Skill level 4

Kit price £55

out of stock

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FRWC 85 GWR/BR Fruit Van Diagram Y2

The GWR built 162 of these vans between 1889 and 1900. 100 were built with vacuum braking and classified as “FRUIT” and 22 were built with both vacuum and Westinghouse brakes and classified as “FRUIT A”. All Y2 vans were originally fitted with a standard long brake lever on one side but from October 1909 DC1 brakes were fitted. From 1911 some of these vans were fitted with steam heating for use with passenger and banana traffic. These vans were very well built and the majority lasted until the 1950’s. One example of this type of van has been preserved at the GWR Steam centre at Didcot.

55.00 £

Skill level 3

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £125 RTR Fully lettered Grey £145 Brown £160

1 Kit in Stock


FRWC 86 GWR/BR 7t Meat Van MICA A and M

This kit represents the 240 vans built between 1897 and 1904 to diagram X2 but it can be modified with extra parts to by vans built to diagrams X4 and X5. This is a resin and brass kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

55.00 £

Skill level 3

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £145 RTR Fully lettered £170

1 Kit In Stock


FRWC 87 GER/LD&ECR/GCR/LNER Brake van

435 of these vans were built by the GER between 1885 and 1900 on a 9ft wheel base. From 1900 to 1901 a further 70 were built on a 10ft3 wheel base. Similar vans were built for the LD&ECR 1896. These vans passed to the GCR in 1908. most of these vans passed to the LNER in 1923. However some were sold off to the Edgehill Light Railway just after th This kit is will build both 9ft or 10ft6 wheel base versions. This is a resin and 3D printed kit with brass and 3D printed fitting.

70.00 £

Skill level 3

Kit Price: £70 RTR Price: £190 RTR Fully lettered LNER £210 RTR Fully Lettered GER/GCR/LD&ECR £230

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FRWC 88 GNR/LNER/BR Brake van

Under Development


FRWC 89 S&DJR/LMS 10ton Brake Van

This kit represents the S&DJR’s standard 10ton goods brake van. 16 were built between 1879 and 1888 these vans would have been a familiar site in there S&DJR livery until 1930 when they were repainted in LMS livery. These vans would have been seen anywhere from Bath to Bournemouth. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

65.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit Price: £65 RTR Price: £190 RTR Fully lettered LMS £210 SDJR £230

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FRWC 90 NER/LNER/BR R5 Coke Hopper

Under Development


FRWC 91 Cambrian Rly/GWR/BR Explosives Van

Under Development


FRWC 92 GWR/BR Iron Mink

4091 of these vans were built by the GWR from 1888 to 1901 These were the GWR’s standard box van. The design was very popular especially in south wales as many of the small Welsh companies had vans built to this design with their own buffers and axle boxes added. This design was also used to build vans for private owners where they were used for transporting bagged material such as flour and cement. This design was used by the RCH for their standard Gunpowder van from 1904. This is a brass kit with resin, brass and 3D printed plastic.

55.00 £

Skill level 4

kit price £55


FRWC 93 NBR/LNER/BR 10ton 4plk Open Wagon

Built from 1890 to 1901 by the North British some survived in revenue traffic until late 1940’s. These wagons would have been a familiar sight all over Scotland and the North of England, with some venturing even further afield. This kit has a plastic body with white metal and etched brass fittings. Kit includes fixed/drop-side and centre door parts. 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

1 Kit In Stock


FRWC 94 GER/LNER/BR Fitted Box Van

This is a fitted version of our Standard GER 16ft box van (FRWC22) This is a resin and brass kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

55.00 £

Kit Price: £55 RTR Price: £135 RTR Fully lettered LNER/BR £155 RTR Fully lettered GER £175

1 Kit In Stock


FRWC 95 NSR/LMS Silk Van

Under Development


FRWC 96 LYR/LMS 10 ton Loco coal wagon

This kit represents the LYR’s standard loco coal wagons built between 1897 and 1902. 330 of these wagons were built in several batches some wagons were later converted to carry coke by adding raves. Most of these wagons lived long enough to get to the grouping with the wagons passing to the ownership of the LMS and in some cases wagons survived long enough to be withdrawn by British Railways in the 1950’s. This is resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings

50.00 £

Skill level 1

Kit £50 RTR £150 RTR fully Lettered Late LYR/LMS/BR £170 RTR fully lettered early LYR loco £190

1 in stock


FRWC 97 LYR/LMS/BR Mineral

The kit represents the LYR’s first use of the double ended coal wagon. 10 were built in 1898. These wagons were the same size the loco coal wagons (FRWC96) but had no side doors and two end doors. Very little is known about the use of these wagons but they must have been reasonably successful as although no more of this design were built the design concept became very wide spread through out the LYR’s wagon stock. This is a resin kit with brass

50.00 £

Skill level 2

Kit £50 RTR £150 Lettered £160

1 in stock

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FRWC 98 NER/LNER/BR 10ton 5PLK

These wagons were built in batches by the NER, between 1886 and 1900, for the sole purpose of delivering general goods. Later in life these wagons came into service stock as they were replaced by larger capacity wagons. A large number of these wagon passed to the LNER in 1923 a few were still in service as loco coal wagons but the majority were in the high goods role. by 1947 there were only 2 of these wagons left in departmental stock. 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

1 Kit In Stock

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FRWC 99 LSWR/SR/BR Refrigerated Van

The LSWR built 400 of these vans between 1892 and 1912 in the company’s own works at Eastleigh to two diagrams. The difference being 1½ inches on the width of the van. Most of these vans were built with vacuum brakes and 3ft5 wheels. Initially these vans were painted in the standard LSWR brown livery with white lettering. However it was found that the ice was melted to fast so from1907 they were repainted in a light pink livery with dark red lettering. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed fittings.

55.00 £

Kit price £55 RTR £150 RTR Fully lettered £180

0 in stock


FRWC100 FR/LMS 10 ton Ore hopper

This kit represents the standard Furness Railway Co.’s 10 ton 4PLK Hopper Wagon. 403 were built between 1897 and 1900, the first 353 being built in the company’s own workshops and the last 50 coming from Ashbury’s. The wagons were rated at 10 tons and mainly used to transport coal limestone and Iron ore around the railway system of the north of England and southern Scotland. This is a resin kit with brass and 3D printed plastic fittings.

50.00 £

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

1 Kit in Stock


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