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Wagons - Early LNWR
These early LNWR wagons were initially to be found on the L&B, so they are equally at home in that section (perhaps we’ve put them in the wrong section….)
We have not found out how long these wagons lasted for, except for the Twin Timber Bolster, which survived until the 1890’s, when it was replaced by a more modern version.
We would have thought that many examples would have lasted into the 1890’s if not later, and beyond then , were possibly sold to other railway companies.
The Covered Van and Cattle wagons were known to be ‘blue’, presumably Prussian Blue, the first commercially available blue.
The Sheep wagon is thought to have been green, similar to the carriages.
The Covered Van is also available as a ‘grounded body’ kit. (Please email for further details)
London & North Western Railway
4 Plank Open Wagon (NW-W-01)
London & Birmingham Railway Break Van (NW-W-02)
London & North Western Railway Cattle Wagon (NW-W-03)
London & North Western Railway Twin Timber Bolster Wagons (NW-W-04)
Use Buddleia twigs!
London & North Western Railway Covered Van (Corrugated Roof) (NW-W-05)
London & North Western Railway Iron Round Ended Wagon
London & North Western Railway Low Iron Round Ended Wagon
London & North Western Railway Wood Lined Coke Wagon
London & North Western Railway Double Decker Sheep Wagon
London & North Western Railway Iron Lined Coke Wagon (NW-W-06)