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London Transport trains

Description Model Scales
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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.
 requires chassis 
London Underground Q31 stock (L stock originally)

Driver coach



London Underground L Stock was built for the District line in 1932 and subsequently absorbed into the London Underground Q Stock, being redesignated Q31 Stock.

The L Stock trains were built to provide additional rolling stock for the eastward extension of the District Line from Barking to Upminster. 

Forty-five cars were built by the Union Construction Company, eight were driving motor cars and the rest were trailers. The eight motor cars, numbered 700-714 (even numbers only), were initially owned by the London Midland and Scottish Railway.

The L Stock was based on the 1927 K Stock.

The conversion from L Stock to Q31 Stock took place in the late 1930s, with the major modification being the conversion of the hand-operated sliding doors to air operation. The last Q Stock trains were withdrawn in 1971. 

Requires chassis, bogies, wheels etc and finishing.
London Underground Q31 stock (L stock originally)

Trailer coach


London Underground L Stock was built for the District line in 1932 and subsequently absorbed into the London Underground Q Stock, being redesignated Q31 Stock.

The L Stock trains were built to provide additional rolling stock for the eastward extension of the District Line from Barking to Upminster. 

Forty-five cars were built by the Union Construction Company, eight were driving motor cars and the rest were trailers. The eight motor cars, numbered 700-714 (even numbers only), were initially owned by the London Midland and Scottish Railway.

The L Stock was based on the 1927 K Stock.

The conversion from L Stock to Q31 Stock took place in the late 1930s, with the major modification being the conversion of the hand-operated sliding doors to air operation. The last Q Stock trains were withdrawn in 1971. 

Requires chassis, bogies, wheels etc and finishing.
London Underground Q35 stock (M and N originally)

Driver coach




London Underground M Stock was built for the Hammersmith & City line in 1935 and subsequently absorbed into the London Underground Q Stock, being redesignated Q35 Stock. The M Stock was based on the 1927 K stock. Twenty-eight cars were built in 1935 by Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company: fourteen were driving motor cars and the rest were trailers. All the driving motor cars were converted to trailers between 1947 and 1955.
Upon conversion to Q Stock, all the cars were transferred to the District line 

London Underground N Stock was built in 1935 and subsequently absorbed into the London Underground Q Stock, being redesignated London Underground Q35 Stock. The N Stock was based on the 1927 K Stock. Twenty-six cars, all trailers, were built in 1935 by Metropolitan Cammell. 

Requires chassis, bogies, wheels etc and finishing.
 
London Underground Q35 stock (M and N originally)



Trailer coach


London Underground M Stock was built for the Hammersmith & City line in 1935 and subsequently absorbed into the London Underground Q Stock, being redesignated Q35 Stock. The M Stock was based on the 1927 K stock. Twenty-eight cars were built in 1935 by Birmingham Railway Carriage and Wagon Company: fourteen were driving motor cars and the rest were trailers. All the driving motor cars were converted to trailers between 1947 and 1955.
Upon conversion to Q Stock, all the cars were transferred to the District line 

London Underground N Stock was built in 1935 and subsequently absorbed into the London Underground Q Stock, being redesignated London Underground Q35 Stock. The N Stock was based on the 1927 K Stock. Twenty-six cars, all trailers, were built in 1935 by Metropolitan Cammell. 

Requires chassis, bogies, wheels etc and finishing.
 
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.
 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 

 
District line F stock

The F Stock was built in 1920 and 1921 for the District Railway .One hundred steel-bodied cars were built: 40 driving motors, 12 control trailers and 48 trailers with the first train entering service on 23 December 1920.
The control trailers were converted into driving motor cars between 1938 and 1940. In the 1950s they wer transferrd to the Metropolitan lines, and the last ones were withdrawn in 1963. For such a successful design , it is a shame none were preserved. 

District line F stock

Double ended motor coach

Requires chassis and finishing
 
District line F stock

Centre trailer coach

Requires chassis and finishing
 
District line F stock

Single ended driver trailer/single ended motor coach

Requires chassis and finishing
 

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

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