PGR7-68 Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway/LMS/BR 7t explosives


1 in stock (can be backordered)


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

Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Gunpowder Van Instructions

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