1868 Railway Carriage Company at Oldbury 2nd Class Mountain Radial Carriage

$130.00

Twelve carriages were built and after underframe modification were introduced into service, believed to be in the Verdigris Green livery.

The Verdigris Green livery was researched by Neil Cram and published in Garry Saunders’ NSW Railways Colour.

The coach, which included a centre guards section, was heavily used on the Blue Mountains and on the line south to Goulburn and remained in service for decades, the last in departmental service being condemned in 1960.

The kit comprises 3D printed body, floor, gas lamp pots, internal partition with seats and trucks for the running gear. The buffers are brass castings and SEM wheels and a decal sheet were supplied. The underframe includes all visual running gear and footboard components, printed in situ. As supplied, the kit has trucks to readily permit the car to be run around 60cm curves. Redfern Works will be releasing a modified version for use as a Way and Works vehicles and a 1870s version of the Midland Carriage Co built first class car.

The kit may not be in stock but will be specially printed to order with delivery anticipated within ten days. The kits is packed in a stout card box with assembly instructions.

Description

Twelve carriages were built and after underframe modification were introduced into service, believed to be in the Verdigris Green livery.

The Verdigris Green livery was researched by Neil Cram and published in Garry Saunders’ NSW Railways Colour.

The coach, which included a centre guards section, was heavily used on the Blue Mountains and on the line south to Goulburn and remained in service for decades, the last in departmental service being condemned in 1960.

The kit comprises 3D printed body, floor, gas lamp pots, internal partition with seats and trucks for the running gear. The buffers are brass castings and SEM wheels and a decal sheet were supplied. The underframe includes all visual running gear and footboard components, printed in situ. As supplied, the kit has trucks to readily permit the car to be run around 60cm curves. Redfern Works will be releasing a modified version for use as a Way and Works vehicles and a 1870s version of the Midland Carriage Co built first class car.

The kit may not be in stock but will be specially printed to order with delivery anticipated within ten days. The kits is packed in a stout card box with assembly instructions.

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