Rolling Stock

BMS plastic bodied rolling stock for 32mm or 45mm gauges

Isle of Man ‘E’ Van

The ‘E’ vans were four-wheeled brake and luggage vans fitted with lookout duckets, but otherwise entirely sealed with only two drop-sash windows at the guard’s door. None of these vans survive today, and they were effectively made redundant when later passenger … More Info

Isle of Man ‘G’ Van unvented

For the opening of the Peel Line in 1873, the Isle of Man Railway included in its initial stock purchase from the Metropolitan Carriage & Wagon Co, four hand-braked covered goods vans with load 6 tons and central double-doors to each side. The … More Info

Isle of Man ‘G’ Van – with portholes

For the opening of the Peel Line in 1873, the Isle of Man Railway included in its initial stock purchase from the Metropolitan Carriage & Wagon Co, four hand-braked covered goods vans with load 6 tons and central double-doors to each side. The … More Info

Welshpool & Llanfair Pickering Coaches

When it was opened in 1902 the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was supplied with three very fine bogie carriages by Messrs. R. Y. Pickering of Glasgow.  These comprised two similar brake composites and an all third fitted with end … More Info

Welshpool & Llanfair Brake Van

Two brake vans were supplied to the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway by Pickerings, each equipped with an end verandah, stove and lockers. When the G.W.R. took over they were fitted with sliding doors to the verandahs which were enclosed … More Info

Welshpool & Llanfair Cattle Van

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was well provisioned with goods rolling stock when it was opened in 1902, all of which was supplied by Pickerings and the majority of which survived the closure of the line.  The initial order … More Info

Welshpool & Llanfair Goods Van

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was well provisioned with goods rolling stock when it was opened in 1902, all of which was supplied by Pickerings and the majority of which survived the closure of the line.  The initial order … More Info

Welshpool & Llanfair Open Wagon

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was well provisioned with goods rolling stock when it was opened in 1902, all of which was supplied by Pickerings and the majority of which survived the closure of the line.  The initial order … More Info

Welshpool & Llanfair Sheep Wagon

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was well provisioned with goods rolling stock when it was opened in 1902, all of which was supplied by Pickerings and the majority of which survived the closure of the line.  The flat wagons … More Info

Welshpool & Llanfair Bolster Wagon set

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was well provisioned with goods rolling stock when it was opened in 1902, all of which was supplied by Pickerings and the majority of which survived the closure of the line.  The initial order … More Info

Welshpool & Llanfair 1 Plank Match Truck

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was well provisioned with goods rolling stock when it was opened in 1902, all of which was supplied by Pickerings and the majority of which survived the closure of the line.  In 1903 timber … More Info

Welshpool & Llanfair Flat Wagon

The Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway was well provisioned with goods rolling stock when it was opened in 1902, all of which was supplied by Pickerings and the majority of which survived the closure of the line.  These flat wagons … More Info

Isle of Man 4 wheel coaches

These are models of the 4-wheel 3rd class and 4-wheel Brake/3rd class coach as originally supplied to the Isle of Man Railway  The models features full internal seating and glazed windows. The roof is removable if required for customers to install … More Info

Isle of Man ‘Pairs’ coaches

These models are known as the ‘Pairs’ coaches. They came about when the original four-wheel coach chassis wore out. The railway took a pair of old bodies and mounted them together on new bogie underframes – and this is how … More Info

Lynton & Barnstaple coaches

The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway had its original rolling stock manufactured by the Bristol Wagon & Carriage Works.  The coaches were built to a very high standard and came in a variety of forms, some of which were modified during … More Info

Lynton & Barnstaple bogie goods van

Built by the L & B in 1908 at their Pilton works, van # 23 was effectively a large goods van with a small guard’s compartment.  Remarkably van # 23 has survived and is now owned by the renascent Lynton … More Info

Lynton & Barnstaple bogie goods wagon

The L & B enjoyed a generous loading gauge and had a variety of bogie vehicles in its goods stock, including # 12 and #13.  These coaches are manufactured from plastic with die cast bogies and have an additional 32mm … More Info

Lynton & Barnstaple 4 wheel wagon

This is a model of the open wagon in its modified form. It is available in the L&BR Grey livery or the Southern Brown livery. Eight different running numbers are available in each livery. A Data Only version, which only … More Info

Lynton & Barnstaple 4 wheel van

This is a model of the four wheel van in its final form. It is available in the L&BR Grey livery or the Southern Brown livery. Four different running numbers are available in each livery. A Data Only version, which … More Info