Train Times of Eastbourne have announced a new range of 3D Printed RTR Wagons, the LB&SCR Diagram 1433 in 00 Gauge.
All LBSC built covered vans were 18′ 4″ over headstocks on a 9′ 9″ wheelbase. The Diagram 1433 covered vans were built between 1878 and 1915 and included a number of variations within the diagram including roof height and brakes type, some were also fitted with Westinghouse brakes for poultry or fish traffic. 400 of these vans became Southern Railway stock at grouping with a number lasting into British Railways ownership. A small were also transferred to the Isle of Wight from 1927.
The 3D printed and tampo printed wagons are being made in-house and will be available for £28. Pre-orders will open soon, once the second EPs are finished. Train Times of Eastbourne will be offering 14 different livery/number combinations initially, covering the whole life of the wagons, including some Isle of Wight variants.
The list of the initial variants is below:
- TTLBSC001001 – LBSC 1870 – 1890 No. 8205
- TTLBSC001002 = LBSC 1890 – 1905 No. 8043
- TTLBSC001003 – LBSC 1905 – 1923 No. 8091
- TTLBSC001004 – LBSC 1905 – 1923 No. 8225
- TTLBSC001005 – LBSC Departmental No. 8145
- TTLBSC001006 – SR pre-1936 No. 46389
- TTLBSC001007 – SR pre-1936 No. 46293
- TTLBSC001008 – SR post-1936 No. 46311
- TTLBSC001009 – SR post-1936 No. 46221
- TTLBSC001010 – SR CME Ashford
- TTLBSC001011 – SR Departmental No. 1128s
- TTLBSC001012 – SR IoW Fish No. 46943
- TTLBSC001013 – SR IoW Fish No. 46946
- TTLBSC001014 – BR IoW No. TBC
Second EPs are being worked on and should be available soon, at which point the order book will open.