Prior to the standardisation of wagon design by the Railway Clearing House (RCH) in 1923 there were many variants available, depending on builder and region. Indeed, the standardisation of wagons was not universally adopted and took many years to gain acceptance and in this time variations were common and worked side by side with the standard design.
One of the variations that were often seen was the 7 Plank internally braced design. This had a shorter wheelbase (9 foot) than the standard design, had no end doors and had a capacity of 10 tons.
These model 7 Plank Wagon 9' Wheelbase Grazebrook wagons are highly detailed and will be a great addition to your rolling stock.
This unpainted body is ready for painting and fixing to a 9ft Wheelbase Chassis.
Dapol also have a choice of different wagon loads too.