3D Printed standard gauge non passenger rolling stock

 

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

Some require full chassis, some just require parts and wheels

Description Model Scales
     
Standard Gauge    
     
     
BR 16T coal wagon

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.
MOWT 16T Sloped Side mineral wagon

Built for use in mainland Europe at end of WW2. All eventually came back to work in Britain


Requires finishing off, wheels etc

MOS 16T SNCF mineral wagon

Built for use in France at end of WW2. All eventually came back to work in Britain


Requires finishing off, wheels etc

Wagon chassis BR style 9ft wheelbase


Standard wagon as fitted to BR 16t coal wagons and similar



Requires finishing off, wheels etc
Wagon chassis BR style 10ft wheelbase


Standard wagon as fitted to BR open wagons and closed vans



Requires finishing off, wheels etc
SECR 6 wheel brake van

 originally built from 1898 to 1914. Early ones only had veranda at one end. These were subsequently rebuilt to match later ones. 
One is preserved at KESR. 

GCR 15 ton 6 wheel goods brakevan


requires wheels and finishing
LBSCR Well Wagon


Built by the LBSCR in 1893. 6 examples only built. All survived in SR , but 3 did not receive new alocated numbers. The final one was condemned in 1946. 

requires wheels and finishing
LT&SR D31 Horse box

Built for the railway in 1878,the Diagram 31 was smaller of two types,having a compartment for the groom, and space for 3 horses. Use of these declined from the 1920s. Similar horse boxes were also found on the GER. 

Requires wheels and finishing off
GER Brakevan (S&MR version)


Ex GER goods brakevan which ended up on the S&MR.

Requires finishing and wheels added
GER Brakevan (MSLR version)


Ex GER goods brakevan which ended up on the MSLR.

Requires finishing and wheels added
GWR Syphon F van

The Siphon F was the first of the bogie-wheeled variants, dating back to 1906-07 and running in service until the mid-1950s. 


requires chassis, bogies and finishing
GWR Siphon G vans
GWR Siphon G 

1926 original build with external framing

Classic GWR bogie van built for milk transport, but more commonly used as general parcels carrier. 

Requires bogies chassis wheels and finishing
GWR Siphon G 

1929 build(milk van)

Classic GWR bogie van built for milk transport, but more commonly used as general parcels carrier. 

Requires bogies chassis wheels and finishing
GWR Siphon G 

1943 build(overseas ambulance ward van)

Classic GWR bogie van built for milk transport, but more commonly used as general parcels carrier. 

Requires bogies chassis wheels and finishing
GWR Siphon G 

1945 build(milk van/ambulance ward van)

Classic GWR bogie van built for milk transport, but more commonly used as general parcels carrier. 

Requires bogies chassis wheels and finishing
GWR Siphon G 

1945 parcels van rebuild

Classic GWR bogie van built for milk transport, but more commonly used as general parcels carrier. 

Requires bogies chassis wheels and finishing
GWR Siphon G 

1950 build (van with low down louvres with sliding covers)

Classic GWR bogie van built for milk transport, but more commonly used as general parcels carrier. 

Requires bogies chassis wheels and finishing
GER 22ft 4 door Sundry/Fruit vans

Built by the GER, initially as a 2 door version and later with4 doors. These were mostly withdrawn by the 1930s, but 3 were converted for use as fruit traffic Office Vans in 1937, and used on the Wisbech and Upwell Tramway. 

requires finishing and wheels
NER P4 5 plank coal hopper wagon


Built by the NER in large numbers, the small coal hopper wagon evolved from the chaldron wagons used around the coalfield pitheads in north east England. 
After use on the mainlines many ended up on internal industrial railways. 


requires wheels and finishing
NBR diag 21 goods brake van

Basic goods van , as used on North Sunderland Railway in final years

Requires chassis,wheels etc

Bishops Castle Railway van no 24. 

Based on a part copy of a drawing of BCR rebuilt van No. 24 by Harold Morgan. There are no major dimensions but the van has a 9 ft wheelbase and is for 7 tons. These vans were withdrawn in the 1920s but a body may still be at the former Eaton station site.



Requires wheels and finishing.
Bishops Castle Railway van no 24 body. 

Based on a part copy of a drawing of BCR rebuilt van No. 24 by Harold Morgan. There are no major dimensions but the van has a 9 ft wheelbase and is for 7 tons. These vans were withdrawn in the 1920s but a body may still be at the former Eaton station site.

Body only

GWR 1886 brake van 

steel chassis frame(lot 355)




Originally built for GWR, some were sold off to smaller railways such as Bishops Castle Railway, K&ESR and the Rhondda and Swansea Bay . Photos of BCR ones show it was to Lot 355, and Kesr one has wooden chassis frame. GWR ones survived into 1930s. 

Requires wheels and finishing.
 
GWR 1886 brake van


wooden chassis frame


Originally built for GWR, some were sold off to smaller railways such as Bishops Castle Railway, K&ESR and the Rhondda and Swansea Bay . Photos of BCR ones show it was to Lot 355, and Kesr one has wooden chassis frame. GWR ones survived into 1930s. 

Requires wheels and finishing.

 

Garstang and Knott End Railway

 

GOODS BRAKE VAN

 

The Garstang and Knot-End Railway ran  between Garstang and Pilling, in the Fylde of Lancashire. In 1898 the Knott End Railway was authorised to continue to Knott End; it opened in 1908.

 Salt extraction near Preesall became a dominant industry from 1890. The passenger service was discontinued in 1930 and the line closed completely in 1965.

 3 goods brake vans of same design were used on the line. When the bogie coaches were first run, they were modified to run as brake coaches, until new passenger brake vans were bought.

 

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

Locos here

Coaches here

 

British Railway Boche Buster gun Ammunition wagon

Special wagon built to work with large railway gun to carry ammunition

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

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