3D Printed standard gauge rolling stock

Wagons,coaches, non loco propelled passenger stock such as EMUs, DMUs and steam railmotors. 

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All 3D printed designs by Simon Dawson (Rue d'Étropal) , currently produced to order by Shapeways. Just follow links to Shapeways pages.

 

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

Some bogie wagons require bogies, some are included. Check specific wagon for requirements. 

 

Description Model Scales
     
Standard Gauge    
Railcars    

LNWR-steam-railmotor

One of the classic steam railmotors, this one done by LNWR. One example lasted right up to nationalisation, on a Scottish branchline.


Oerlikon motor coach

One of the 3 coaches which make up the Oerlikon EMU originally built by the LNWR for the North London line and the Watford to London suburban services.
This is the motor driving coach. Just the body and roof. A chassis, and bogies are required to complete
The motor end was partly panelled, from front to end of motor compartment, then was flush sided. The other two coaches were flush sided.

 

Oerlikon composite trailer coach

One of the 3 coaches which make up the Oerlikon EMU originally built by the LNWR for the North London line and the Watford to London suburban services.
This is the middle, non driving coach. Just the body and roof. A chassis, and bogies are required to complete

Oerlikon Driving Trailer coach

One of the 3 coaches which make up the Oerlikon EMU originally built by the LNWR for the North London line and the Watford to London suburban services.
This is the non motored driver trailer coach. Just the body and roof. A chassis, and bogies are required to complete.
This coach was only 56ft 6in long whereas the other two were 57ft long.

GEC motor coach

One of the 3 coaches which make up the GEC EMU originally built by the LMS for the North London line and the Watford to London suburban services, as well as the Liverpool to Stockport service
This is the motor driving coach. Just the body and roof. A chassis, and bogies are required to complete

GEC driving trailer coach

One of the 3 coaches which make up the GEC EMU originally built by the LMS for the North London line and the Watford to London suburban services, as well as the Liverpool to Stockport service
This is the driving trailer  coach. Just the body and roof. A chassis, and bogies are required to complete

 

GEC intermediate composite coach

One of the 3 coaches which make up the GEC EMU originally built by the LMS for the North London line and the Watford to London suburban services, as well as the Liverpool to Stockport service
This is the intermediate composite coach. Just the body and roof. A chassis, and bogies are required to complete

 

GEC All Third coach

Additional coach to supplement the 3 coaches which make up the GEC EMU originally built by the LMS for the North London line and the Watford to London suburban services, as well as the Liverpool to Stockport service
. Just the body and roof. A chassis, and bogies are required to complete

 

The LBSCR introduced EMUs using overhead power, but when the Southern Railway took control, they standardised on 3rd rail, so the LBSCR units were converted. Pairs of end cars were put in sets , each end having the original lower roof, making them very different to other EMUs on the railway. Designated 2SL, they spent most of their life on the South London lines. They lasted till the mid 50s.
This is the driving motor car.

The LBSCR introduced EMUs using overhead power, but when the Southern Railway took control, they standardised on 3rd rail, so the LBSCR units were converted. Pairs of end cars were put in sets , each end having the original lower roof, making them very different to other EMUs on the railway. Designated 2SL, they spent most of their life on the South London lines. They lasted till the mid 50s.
This is the driving trailer car.
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 

 

 
L&Y Railway 3rd rail EMU Manchester-Bury line


The Manchester to Bury line was electrified in 1916. The trains were state of the art, in fact ahead of their time, using aluminium on steel frames.
Each train consisted of 5 coaches, 2 motor coaches, one at each end, a slightly different motor coach in the middle, and one third and one first class trailer coach. All coaches had driving pisitions at ech end, so different formations could be put together. Extensions to the electrification were never put in place.
They lasted through to about 1961, when new BR built cl504 units replaced them.

This is one of the motor coaches.
Requires chassis.


The Manchester to Bury line was electrified in 1916. The trains were state of the art, in fact ahead of their time, using aluminium on steel frames.
Each train consisted of 5 coaches, 2 motor coaches, one at each end, a slightly different motor coach in the middle, and one third and one first class trailer coach. All coaches had driving pisitions at ech end, so different formations could be put together. Extensions to the electrification were never put in place.
They lasted through to about 1961, when new BR built cl504 units replaced them.

This is the middle coach motor coach.
Requires chassis.

The Manchester to Bury line was electrified in 1916. The trains were state of the art, in fact ahead of their time, using aluminium on steel frames.
Each train consisted of 5 coaches, 2 motor coaches, one at each end, a slightly different motor coach in the middle, and one third and one first class trailer coach. All coaches had driving pisitions at ech end, so different formations could be put together. Extensions to the electrification were never put in place.
They lasted through to about 1961, when new BR built cl504 units replaced them.

This is the third class trailer coach.
Requires chassis.

The Manchester to Bury line was electrified in 1916. The trains were state of the art, in fact ahead of their time, using aluminium on steel frames.
Each train consisted of 5 coaches, 2 motor coaches, one at each end, a slightly different motor coach in the middle, and one third and one first class trailer coach. All coaches had driving pisitions at ech end, so different formations could be put together. Extensions to the electrification were never put in place.
They lasted through to about 1961, when new BR built cl504 units replaced them.

This is the first class trailer coach.
Requires chassis.
     
Coaches    

Wisbech-bogie-coach-1 
The bogie tram coach, originally found on Wisbech and Upwell railway, but later used in the classic comedy film - 'Titfield Thunderbolt'
Requires chassis and wheels
4mm/ft OO scale version 


Wisbech-tram-coach

shorter 2 axle tram coach originally on Wisbech and Upwell line, but also inspiration for Henrietta coach 

WAGONS    
A-87-16t-s-ed-comp-wagon-1a

Possibly the classic British Railways wagon. No model layout from this period can be without one. This is in HO scale, a rarity for British HO modelling. Just needs wheels(might need to drill out axle boxes a bit). Add your own couplings of choice.
     

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