SR (ex-SE&CR) Diagram 1424 Box Van No. 45455, Southern Railway brown, 1936 livery By Rails | Code: RL-1424-006 | OO Gauge
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- A new, ultra high resolution, super strong aeronautical grade PU with a design life exceeding 25 years.
- A build process using the very latest light technology and is infinitely flexible for making all variants.
- Low volume production potential for niche, products previously not capable of being produced economically for RTR.
Rails aim to fill the need for niche products, which simply would not justify a large production run. As they are produced in limited quantities, these vans are priced slightly higher than mass produced items, however, we feel the price reflects fantastic value for such distinctive models.
A tremendous amount of research and development has been put into this project to ensure accuracy and true replication has been achieved. The vans will be fitted with Alan Gibson finescale twin spoke wheels for further accuracy.
*Characteristic in style of earlier covered wagons built by the South Eastern and South Eastern & Chatham Railways, these wagons were built to an increased length of 16 feet during the Wainwright era. Later designated Southern Railway diagram 1424, 110 were built between 1904 and 1908, several examples surviving to British Railways ownership, at least until 1956. The models produced by Rails reflect the later SR and BR condition of the vehicles. *