3D Printed standard gauge passenger stock 

(Local and metro systems)

Passenger stock including EMUs, DMUs and steam railmotors. 

London Transport  
Liverpool Overhead  
Description Model Scales
     
Standard Gauge    
Railcars    
District line G stock - Q23

The G stock was introduced in 1923. Running on the District line. In 1938 it was upgraded and became Q23 stock, running with other types of District stock, Q27, Q31, Q35 and Q38. These units ran up till the 70s, so were some of the last clerestory stock used for passenger service in the UK.

This was also used on the Acton Shuttle 


 requires chassis. 

District Line K stock- Q27

The K stock was introduced in 1927. An improved version of the G stock, with more rounded end to clerestory. Running on the District line. In 1938 it was upgraded and became Q27 stock, running with other types of District stock, Q23, Q31, Q35 and Q38. These units ran up till the 70s, so were some of the last clerestory stock used for passenger service in the UK.
Model to HO scale, requires chassis 
District Line O and P stock - Q38

The O and P stock were introduced in 1937. Non clerestory roof, more modern looking. Running on the District line. In 1938 it was upgraded and became Q27 stock, running with other types of District stock, Q23,Q27, Q31 and Q35 . These units ran up till the 70s, so were some of the last clerestory stock used for passenger servive in the UK.
This is the driving version.
Model to HO scale, requires chassis





 
District Line O and P non driving trailer - Q38

The O and P stock were introduced in 1937. Non clerestory roof, more modern looking. Running on the District line. In 1938 it was upgraded and became Q27 stock, running with other types of District stock, Q23,Q27, Q31 and Q35 . These units ran up till the 70s, so were some of the last clerestory stock used for passenger service in the UK.
This is the non driving trailer version.


  requires chassis 

 

 
Liverpool Overhead Railway
The Liverpool Overhead Railway (known locally as the Dockers' Umbrella) was an overhead railway in Liverpool which operated along the Liverpool Docks and opened in 1893 with lightweight electric multiple units
Originally run with two coach trains, each coach being 45ft long. The second batch were only 40ft long, but an additional centre coach of 32ft was included. Various modifications were done over the years. Some were modified with new bodywork in the 1940s.

The whole line was closed in 1956, mainly due to the bad condition of some of the viaducts. 

One original coach is preserved, and on view in the local museum. One of the 1940s modified centre trailer coaches is awaiting restoration.

LOR 45ft motor coach

This is one of the modified original 45ft long motor coaches
Requires chassis

 
LOR 40ft motor coach

This is one of the 40ft long motor coaches
Requires chassis

 
LOR 32t centre trailer coach  

Pictures are just for reference, not of specific scaled model. 

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