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Fordhampton is a bustling market town on a busy mainline running through the rolling South Downs. With both local and express services steaming through, Fordhampton Station serves all kinds of trains from commuters travelling to and from London as well as excursions to the seaside at Brighton! Wherever you are going the station master will be happy to help you get to your destination. Contains 1x…
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OO/HO Scale The fencing features both single and double gates, and can be used in all time periods. It doesn't have to be used just for station fencing, and is suitable for other uses such as parks or schools. Contents: 6 x Fences (90mm x 23mm Each) 3 x Single Gates (15mm x 23mm Each) 3 x Double Gates (37mm x 23mm Each
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This kit is based on the structure still seen today at Mortimer on the Reading to Basingstoke line. The building was designed by the great architect of the Great Western Railway, Mr Brunel himself, and is pretty much intact since its construction in 1848. This ornate design is known as 'Italianate', and was a pretty common feature on the GWR. Most buildings in this style have mostly disappeared, w…
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Class: A1x Terrier Livery: LB&SCR Stroudly Green Era: 2 (1875 - 1922) Wheel Configuration: 0-6-0 Finish: Pristine Specifications: Decoder: 21 Pin Ready Sound: Use Soundtraxx 881106 Couplings: NEM Minimum Radius: Radius 1 Track Supply: 12v DC Locomotive Features Sprung Buffers Sprung Coupling Hook Three Link Couplings Exterior Detail Interior Detail Beautifully Painted Body Fitted Hand Rails Firebo…
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O Scale James Corrall started out as a Brighton greengrocer in 1856 but soon expanded his business interest as a coal merchant. He eventually co-owned many ships that that transported coal to the south coast and as rail transport expanded, he acquired a large fleet of 5 and 7 plank open wagons. These wagons were not just seen in local coal yards in Brighton, Kemptown and Hove but eventually in coa…
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Scale / Type: O Scale Very little is known about this company whose office was based in Ship Street Brighton. What we do know is that this 7 plank open wagon was delivered to them in June 1910 and carried the number 105. It is believed that this was the only wagon they had and compared to the 240 plus wagons that were operated by the local company Corrall and Co, intimated that South and Gasson we…
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