Wagons

Deco 'Coil A' springs into view

Accurascale has received decorated samples of its newly-tooled 'OO' gauge BR 'Coil A' steel carriers for assessment by the company's development team.

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EFE Rail 'Shark' ballast plough

EFE Rail's all-new ‘N’ gauge BR 20ton ‘Shark’ ballast plough brake van arrived with retailers in early February. In this review we take a detailed look at a 'Dutch' grey and yellow liveried version.

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Graham Farish LMS ‘Parrot’ flat

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.

Colour for Accurascale MDO/MDVs

Accurascale has received decorated samples of its new 'OO' gauge 21ton steel mineral open wagons for assessment.

Further 'OO' Turbot wagons planned

Dapol has confirmed that another batch of its OO' gauge 'Turbot' bogie ballast spoil wagons are due for production soon.

More 'OO' IOAs on the way

Dapol has confirmed that a new batch of its popular 'OO' gauge IOA (Mussel) Network Rail bogie ballast wagons are due later this year.

'Cartic 4' next for Revolutio'N'

Revolution Trains has unveiled plans to produce British Rail's (BR) iconic Cartic 4 as its next 'N' gauge project.

Revolution Trains delivers 'OO' IZA 'Twins'

Kernow Model Rail Centre (KMRC) has received its eagerly-awaited exclusive 'OO' gauge IZA Cargowaggon twin vans from Revolution Trains.

Revolution receives Drax hopper samples

Development of Revolution Trains' new 'N' gauge IIA-D 'Tafoos' biomass bogie hoppers has progressed significantly in recent weeks with the arrival of the first Engineering Prototype (EP) samples for assessment.

Accurascale adds shortened HYAs

The collection of HYA coded bogie hoppers from Accurascale for ‘OO’ gauge is expanding with announcement of the shortened version. Around half of the 368 strong HYA fleet was reduced in length between 2016 and 2021 to make the vehicles better suited to the high density aggregate traffic they are now used for.