This kit has a cast polyurethane body. brass steps and white metal buffers. The HG body fits onto an Aust-n-rail injection moulded chassis that requires minimal modification.
These wagons were in service from the early 1900s. At lest four were fitted with automatic couplers in 1926.
These open wagons run all the standard guage network so can be seen in many locations and are still in service. The kit has a one piece polyurethane body and contains decals that cover many eras.
This is an easy kit suitable for beginners.
This product was designed and assembled using rapid protoypes and is the work of Malcolm Jenkins
These wagons were originally owned by the army to transport tanks but were also used in general service when the army had no work for them.
This product is polyurethane comes in a two pack and is suitable for beginners. Decals supplied cover two and four letter codes.
These wagons were used on military trains for heavy loads and were used in general service. 50 wagons were built and delivered in 1962 and ran into the 1980s.
Kit contains polyurethane castings is a two pack, has etched brass steps and decals that cover three and four letter codes. This is an easy kit for beginners.
What started out as a hobby 30 years ago became full time work around 10 years ago.
We now have the largest range of Australian N Scale Kits including rolling stock from NSW, QLD, VIC & SA covering 1890 - 2011. Our range includes locos, carriages, signals, buildings and cranes.
Our Kits are cast in house and whenever possible we use Australian manufacturers to supply our cast metal and etch brass.
The detail and presentation of this layout was just great. It wasn't cluttered and everything was spread out nicely. Highly detailed items were all over, yet gave no indication of crowding.
A beautiful little model and another well designed kit. In addition to the cast body an etch for the roof radiator, lost was horns and decals make up the kit. It requires a modified Tomytec TM-04 chassis to complete.
The castings out of the box are crisp and paint up well. The brass detail items require soldering for the footplates between the railmotor and trailer, otherwise they attached with superglue.