3D Printed standard gauge LNWR Coaches

 

Description Model Scales
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LNWR Observation Coach

Three Observation Coaches were built by the LNWR to diagram M50 for scenic routes such as that between Llandudno and Blaenau Ffestiniog, they ran until displaced by diesel multiple units in 1958. 
One has been preserved on the Bluebell Railway. 

Requires finishing, bogies and wheels.
LNWR M11 Push Pull composite saloon


one coach built in 1914, low eliptical roof, and angled recessed doors. Modified over the years , in particular some paneling removed. 

Model in early condition

Requires finishing, bogies and wheels. 
LNWR M12 Push Pull composite saloon


one coach built in 1916, low eliptical roof, and sliding doors. Virtually identical to centre car of Oerlikon EMU train built for London .


Requires finishing, bogies and wheels.
LNWR M15 Push Pull composite driving saloon


first of the purpose built pushpull driving coaches , introduced in 1911. design similar to that of the steam railmotor. 

Early condition

Requires finishing, bogies and wheels. 
LNWR M17 Push Pull composite driving saloon


second of the purpose built pushpull driving coaches , introduced in 1911. design similar to that of the steam railmotor. Differered slightly from M15 coach, and initially had a corridor connection at driving end. 

Early condition

Requires finishing, bogies and wheels. 

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

 

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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