Roger Bailey's 7mm goods stock

7mm 4-wheel Brake Van

7mm 4-wheel Brake Van to GWR diagram AA3, built from a PECO (ex-Webster) kit

 

7mm 6-wheel Brake Van

7mm 6-wheel Brake Van to GWR diagram AA2, built from a PECO (ex-Webster) kit

 

7mm Coal Wagon

7mm Coal Wagon, built from a Parkside kit

 

7mm GWR Open C wagon

7mm Open C Wagon, scratchbuilt by previous owner

 

7mm Container Wagon

7mm 'Conflat' Container Wagon

 

7mm Mica

7mm 'Mica' Meat Wagon

 

7mm Vent Van

7mm Ventilated Van, built by Roger Bailey from a Peco kit

 

7mm Loco Coal wagon

7mm Loco Coal Wagon, built by Roger Bailey from a Cooper-Craft kit

 

7mm 4-plank Wagon

7mm Open 4-Plank Wagon, built by Roger Bailey from a Cooper-Craft kit

 

7mm Permanent Way wagon

7mm Permanent Way wagon, built from a Peco kit

 

7mm 4-plank wagon

7mm 4-Plank Permanent Way wagon, built from a Peco kit

 

7mm Permanent Way wagon

7mm Permanent Way wagon, another Peco kit

 

7mm Lowmac

7mm Lowmac in BR(W) livery, built from a Pocket Money kit

 

7mm 7-Plank Open

7mm 7-Plank open in BR(W) livery, built from a Cooper-Craft kit

 

7mm Brake van

7mm Brake Van, built from a Peco kit

 

7mm Loco Coal wagon

7mm 20 Ton Loco Coal wagon
built by Roger Bailey from a Parkside Dundas kit

 

7mm Brake Van

7mm 20 Ton Brake Van
built by Roger Bailey from a Parkside Dundas kit

 

7mm Fruit Van

7mm Fruit Van in BR livery
built from a Parkside Dundas kit

 

7mm 5-plank Open

7mm 5-plank Open with highbar
built by Roger Bailey

 

7mm Conflat

7mm Container Wagon Conflat to Diagram H7
built by Roger Bailey from a Parkside Dundas kit

 

7mm MOGO

7mm 12 ton Motor Car Van MOGO to Diagram G31
built from a Parkside Dundas kit

 



7mm scratchbuilt container on a Cooper-Craft Match Truck

 



No. 13792, a Slater's Cattle wagon

 



Signal Dept van No. 14027. This is a modified whitemetal model, one of a batch of 25 built by Rob Helsen for A&M Models of Alresford. The prototype van information is based on the HMRS "GWR Iron Minks" book – unlike many of the iron-bodied tool vans, e.g. the CC2 diagram, which were 2' longer than the normal Iron Mink, this one was converted from a lot 54 Iron Mink van in August 1943, and kept to the original 16' body length.

 



Another wagon from the Signal Dept. This is No. 14976, scratchbuilt by Roger Bailey

 



No 54156 – a 7mm 4-plank open, built from a Cooper-Craft kit with sprung buffers

 



A 5-plank open, fitted as a Pt Way wagon