3D Printed standard gauge Non Passenger Coaches

(ex LMS region)

Description Model Scales
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LMS six wheel passenger brake van

diagram 1796



Better known as Stove Rs, after they had been installed with a stove for the guard.

Some differences between the two diagrams. The double doors on d2000 are bigger, and the guards door is subsequently moved slightly. D1798 were ftted with torpedo roof vents wheas d2000 were mostly fitted with shell roof vents. 

requires wheels and finishing
LMS six wheel passenger brake van



diagram 2000

Better known as Stove Rs, after they had been installed with a stove for the guard.

Some differences between the two diagrams. The double doors on d2000 are bigger, and the guards door is subsequently moved slightly. D1798 were ftted with torpedo roof vents wheas d2000 were mostly fitted with shell roof vents. 

requires wheels and finishing


LMS 50ft full brake coach

Diagram 1778  


The LMS standardised on a 50ft length for full brake coaches. 
First ones wee to traditional wood design. Subsequent versions were metal faced. 

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

LMS 50ft full brake coach

diagram 1715
 

The LMS standardized on a 50ft length for full brake coaches.
At same time as railway was building the first type, outside contrctors wee building this metal bodied version. 
. Subsequent versions were metal bodied. 

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

LMS 50ft full brake  coach

diagram 1854

The LMS standardized on a 50ft length for full brake coaches. 

First batch of metal bodied version built by the LMS themselves.

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

 

 

LMS 50ft full brake  coach 

diagram 2007

 The LMS standardized on a 50ft length for full brake coaches.

Metal bodied.

More Stanier influence with shell type roof ventilators fitted

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

 

LMS 50ft full brake  coach

diagram 2171 

The LMS standardized on a 50ft length for full brake coaches.

Final build was done in BR days, virtually same design. 

Requires finishing off, wheels etc

 

 

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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