The 9 plank open wagon was introduced in the 1930s to offer a more efficient and cost effective method of delivering coal to high demand customers. The 9 plank wagon had a carrying capacity of 20 tonnes and to assist in loading/unloading had two doors per side, an end door and some variants even had opening hatches on the underside.
Many 9 plank wagons were privately owned and carried a large variety of liveries.
- Highly detailed body, finely moulded
- Profiled wheels
- NEM pockets with self-centring couplings
- LENGTH OVER BUFFER 97mm
- WIDTH 33mm
- HEIGHT 39mm