GWR ‘B-Set’ coaches

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Rapido Trains UK to produce all newly tooled GWR ‘B-Set’ coaches
One of the classic Great Western Railway branch trains was a pair of non-corridor Brake Composites - known as ‘B-Sets’ - hauled by a ‘Small Prairie’ 2-6-2T.


The first iteration of ‘B-set’ coaches was delivered in 1924 under diagram E116.

However, it wasn’t until 1930 when the largest diagram – E140 – were delivered.
These vehicles each sported a guard’s compartment, a single First Class compartment and five Third Class compartments. The coaches were close coupled in a fixed formation with the brake compartments on the outer ends.
Pre Order these Coach Twin Packs for £144.45 (RRP £169.95)
Here’s the specification of our ‘OO’ gauge model:
• Designed in the UK using original works drawings
• Fully detailed interior
• Lots of separately-fitted detail
• Working lights
• Complete underbody detailing with many separate parts
• NEM coupler pockets
• Only available in twin-packs

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