Dave Bradwell Rolling StockKits in 4mm Scale
Tyne Dock-Consett 56 ton iron ore wagon.
One of the sights of the steam age was the transport of iron ore up the bank to Consett using trains of 8 or 9 of these unique wagons.
Cast whitemetal doors complement an accurate detailed etched body. Only couplings and wheels (Lowmac type) are required.
Reviewed in MRJ #117.
£30 + £2.00 p&p.
21 ton hopper detailing etch
Upgrades the Dapol/Hornby model. Parts are provided for 4 wagons, 3 using the original plastic underframe. The etch contains steps, handrail brackets, door handles, platforms, etc. and a scale chassis with NER type clasp brake gear and high lever.
Several different detail versions are possible and you can always build a higher percentage of wagons with the scale underframe. Review in MRJ #83.
£9.00 each, 5 for £40 + £1.50 p&p per order.
BR Brake Van Underframe.
For types built with long steps. Includes information to improve the Airfix/Dapol kit and new etched inner ends giving a neat
way to fit glazing. The only casting provided is the brake cylinder.
£18 + £1.50 p&p.
14 ton and 16 ton Charles Roberts steel hopper wagon.
A common NCB wagon built from the early 1950s.
Etch only. £18.00 + £1.50 p&p.
BR 13 ton steel hopper
Diagrams 1/142 and 1/144. Probably based on early versions of the above these wagons were built between 1949 and 1953.
£18.00 + £1.50 p&p
LNER AVB wagon underframes.
This etch builds into the distinctive 10ft. wheelbase underframe with two V hangers on one side. Overlays are provided to enable the wooden solebar version to be produced with the addition of brass angle. Axlebox, spring and brake cylinder castings are required.
Two underframes per pack.
£12 pair + £1.50 p&p.
Sprung Coach Bogies.
These are the Pendlenton/Mitchell design of sprung bogies, evolved to enable coaching stock to be pushed reliably around reverse
curves. Described in MRJ #64, these elegantly simple units are now available in four wheelbase versions: 10ft, 9ft, 8ft 6in and 8ft. 7ft wheelbase are available and currently in stock.
Brakes and footsteps are incorporated in the design and only wheels and cosmetic sideframes are required to produce complete bogies. The 10ft bogies are designed specifically to fit the Hornby Pullman Coaches
Please state wheelbase when ordering.
£10.00 pr.+ £1.50 p&p per order.
Chris Pendlenton designed these "boxhead" couplings as the final element in his battle to propel long rakes of coaches reliably round reverse curves with Pullman style gangways touching and all forces taken at the coupling like prototype Buckeye fitted stock. MRJ 200 described these and other innovations as applied to Bachmann Mk1 coaches.
£10 sheet of 12 pairs + £1.50 postage.