The British Railways Mk 1 carriage design is well represented in 'N' gauge through the Graham Farish range, MIKE WILD looks over the options for corridor, non-corridor, parcels and multiple units off-the-shelf.
New for ‘N’ gauge from the Graham Farish stable is the utilitarian ‘Parrot’ bogie flat wagon. These vehicles were built between 1917-1919 and were originally designed for War Department use, but later moved across to serve the LMS and BR.
The Stanier ‘8F’ has been a long-standing part of the Graham Farish ‘N’ gauge collection, but it is being replaced by a brand-new model to 21st century standards. MARK CHIVERS inspects this enticing new arrival.
NEW to the Branchline ‘OO’ and Graham Farish gauge ranges are all-new models of the HKA high capacity hopper wagons which were originally built for National Power as JMAs which were originally built in 1995.