The “Manchester Sets” comprised four cars. A First Diner, Third Diner, a Composite Brake , and a Third Brake. All these carriages are tooled and ready for production. They are available in two scales, 1/32 and 10mm. Built from brass to my usual full specification, new scale lighting, new tables, working “scissor” gangways and ball… Continue reading The long awaited Clerestory Express sets, cc 1907-20!
I currently have available these GWR Composite Brake to Dia 159, new, un-run, mint carriages. All brass construction, modified running gear, hand painted and lined, hand painted crests, fully detailed interior, working gangways and lights, all to my usual, museum quality standard. Available for shipping right now, it is available at £800.00 with delivery by… Continue reading GWR Composite Brake Dia159 – immediate shipping
Again courtesy of Bram Hengeveld at Exclusive Models, I’d like to share with you a new video – this time of a set of my GNR 6 wheeler teak carriages. They’re lovely runners – take a look!
GWR Brake Third to Dia 127, new, un-run, mint. All brass construction, hand painted and lined, hand painted crests, fully detailed interior, working gangways and lights, all to my usual, museum quality standard. A rare opprtunity to own one of my coaches without joining the waiting list, it is available at £900.00 with delivery by… Continue reading GWR Third Brake Dia127 – immediate shipping
Today I thought I’d share another of Bram Hengeveld’s wonderful videos with you. It is a little bit different as it’s not running footage but instead displays the real level of detail of the coaches – which is nice to see as I do like to think of them as being museum quality display pieces… Continue reading Video: Gauge 1 Art
I’ve got another superb video to share with you today, kindly taken by Bram Hengeveld of Exclusive Models. To see more of my LMS stock, why not have a browse through the gallery?
I’m pleased to share with you my new GWR Collet Excursion Stock Brake Third to Dia 127. It has all our normal spec, but has hand painted crests, working gangways etc. This is the first of a rake of 6 carriages, and can be seen at the Gauge AGM in November. What do you think… Continue reading New range: GWR Collet Excursion Stock
Thanks to Bram Hengeveld of Exclusive Models I’m pleased to be able to share this great video with you! Enjoy! Do you have any videos of my coaches on track? I’d love to see them – please send them over to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today I’m pleased to share with you my Travelling Post Office in early British Rail livery which is, in my opinion, a very interesting choice of livery! Note that the letter delivery and collection apparatus would have been removed in the early 1950’s. Click the image to make it bigger and see the detail.
This is the prototype LNER Travelling Post Office. The construction is all brass, ball bearings, and includes letter racks, full working lights. It is offered with a choice of couplings. The standard livery is grained teak, but according to information and photographs received these vehicles could be in Post Office Red with nets!! and an… Continue reading New prototype – LNER TPO