Revolution Trains has received decorated samples of its forthcoming ‘OO’ gauge IWA bogie holdall vans and timber-carrying flat wagons. 200 were built in Germany during the 1980s, with around 40 vehicles subsequently converted to timber carriers in 2006.
Revolution Trains (RT) has taken delivery of its eagerly awaited ‘N’ gauge KUA Nuclear Flask Carriers. Just two of these distinctive multi-bogie vehicles were built in the late 1990s for the Ministry of Defence to transport fuel for the Royal Navy’s fleet of nuclear submarines.
Revolution Trains has revealed progress on its forthcoming ‘N’ gauge Class A tank wagons, as the project reaches the CAD stage of the production process. Built in the late 1950s, Class A tankers featured a longer barrel than their Class B counterparts and were designed for carrying lighter fuels.