Read the instructions before buying and there will be no hidden surprises when you order. The instructions include illustrations to help you make the kits.
We aim to make the assembly process as pain free and efficient as possible.
Historic information is included. For example, livery details and numbers are included. Hints and timing of the stages is included as an aid to help plan the project.
Click on this link to view an example of the instructions for our kits : PDF instructions for 4mm kit TK-GN04-D303
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Our new GNR kits feature:
- Pre-printed models
- Lined GNR livery, with alternate numbers on each side for variety
- 3D printed roofs
- 3d printed roofs, (optionally) removable for access
- Sturdy construction
- The carriage carcass is made from MDF, strong and easliy assembled
- Axleguards or bogies (as appropriate for the vehicle)
- 3D printed axleguards or bogies are included with each model
If you prefer the older kits, these can be found in the clearance section, however the stocks are limited. The older kits will no longer be manufactured once they have been sold off and are offered at very attractive prices. There are other items in this category, spring cleaning of our inventory is in progress...
These vehicles, were a six wheeled Milk or Fish vans. The sides were similar but the roof profile was higher on "O3".
The kit features 3D printed roof, brakeblocks and axleboxes. The main structure is made from laser cut MDF.
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This kit features 3D printed roof, brakeblocks and axleboxes. The main structure is made from laser cut MDF.
The original vehicle was produced in several lots between 1871 and the late 1880's. There were two distinct variations with differing door profiles. Sufficient parts are provided to complete either one of the versions of the vehicles.
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This kit makes a set of carriage bogies which match our 4mm bogie coach products. These bogies permit our kits to be used on radiuses of about 2 feet (500mm) without extensive modifications to the kits.
The kit consists of 3d printed parts (random colour) and card overlays. The plastic parts are made from PLA which is environmentally friendly. The kit is readily assembled. The images show our wheel set (D3D-02 - 4 axles) which is not included.
This kit can also be used for other projects.D3D-06 carriage bogies kit
This 7mm scale model of an early LNWR horsebox is based on a vehicle which was the subject of an article in the LNWR Historical society journal. This included photographs and measurements of a grounded vehicle. This model is based on those measurements and other photographic material.LNW704 Horsebox (13ft 6in)
Following a recent request, HO scale (3.5mm to a foot) versions of our models are being made avaialble. This will take some time, but we hope to have a good selection available soon.
At present, we have begun with GW35-SO1 GWR Milk Van (Four Wheeled).
This kit makes a set of axleguards which match all our six wheeled 4mm coach products. These axleguards permit our kits to be used on sharp radiuses (about 2 feet or 500mm) without extensive modifications to the kits.
The kit consists of 3d printed parts (random colour) and card overlays. The plastic parts are made from PLA which is environmentally friendly. The kit is readily assembled. The images show our wheel set (D3D-01) which is not included.
This kit can also be used for other projects.D3D-05 6 Wheeled coach axleguard set
These express vans were fully fitted. They were used for the transfer of lard,butter and fruit. Vans of a similar design were used for the rapid transfer of other perishable cargoes. They were originally given "teak" livery for inclusion in passenger trains. Although there were not many examples of this vehicle type, it does add atmosphere with its distinctive clerestory roof.
The construction details for this kit are similar to the more common Covered Goods Van:GN04-W004 GNR Outside Framed Van