The ‘Bogie Bolster E’ was the last of a new design built for British Railways and built before the introduction of air-braked types. It was the smallest of the standard Bogie Bolsters and 1,200 were built to diagram No. 1/479 with a carrying capacity of 30 tons.
Minimum 2nd radius curve Plastic body and underframe detail Diecast chassis Bogies made from separate metal parts Spring buffers Pin-point axles O Gauge society Standard wheel profile.
Fully detailed body / deck Movable / posable bolsters fitted Movable / posable stanchions supplied in detail bag Separately fitted metal tie down rings Finely moulded and etched stainless steel detail where applicable Separate handrails, end steps and lamp brackets. Highly detailed underframe with correct profiled bracing Highly detailed bogies made from separate metal parts All buffer beam accessories fitted.
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