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4MM SCALE LSWR CORRIDOR COACHES

4C95 LSWR 56ft Corridor Brake Third

4C95 LSWR 56ft Corridor Brake Third

Etched brass kit. LSWR Dwg 1227 SR Diag 139 Righthand corridor viewed from the brake van. 28 were built to this diagram between 1904 and 1911 for mainline expresses. Also built with lefthand corridor (Kit 4C96) After the grouping theyappeared on t

£60.75
4C96 LSWR 56ft Corridor Brake Third

4C96 LSWR 56ft Corridor Brake Third

Etched brass kit. LSWR Dwg 1227 SR Diag 131 The opposite handed version of 4C95. Approximately 17 were built over a similar period. Two were sold to the East Kent Light Railway in 1945 and others appeared on the KESR.

£60.75
4C97 LSWR 56ft CORRIDOR THIRD

4C97 LSWR 56ft CORRIDOR THIRD

Etched brass kit. LSWR Drawings 1226/1872/2390 SR Diagram 21 43 coaches were built between 1904 and 1916. Many were in fixed sets, but most were used loose to increase accommodation on trains where needed. One is now preserved on the Bluebell Rail

£60.75
4C98 LSWR 54ft Corridor Composite

4C98 LSWR 54ft Corridor Composite

Etched brass kit. LSWR Dwg 1214 SR Diag 282 One of several similar diagrams for composite coaches. 18 were built between 1904 and 1908. Most would have been in sets.

£60.75