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 Posted: Sat Nov 2nd, 2013 02:59 pm
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Useful, thanks for the photos.

Does anyone know if her is an RTR or kit of this available?

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Marty, I know of one in 4mm being Parkside Dundas as a kit.

For a standard BR horse box in N scale NGK24
http://www.ngaugesociety.com/index.php?page=ngs-wagons



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Hornby make a RTR one,Lima made one too.

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Thanks guys,

I'll have a look at the n gauge society one and see if I can bash it.

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Sorry,I didn't notice you were N gauge.
Try Graham Farish or Lima for a RTR N gauge one.

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Marty wrote: Useful, thanks for the photos.

Does anyone know if her is an RTR or kit of this available?

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Marty

Hi Marty,

Have you checked this one out?
http://www.ehattons.com/52922/Graham_Farish_373_360_Mk1_horse_box_in_maroon/StockDetail.aspx

There appear to be 3 models available but no GWR



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Thanks Dave,
They are all the BR version and would need a bit of bashing to make GWR.

I might get a couple anyway.... To go with my growing diesel fleet. They can always be hacked later.



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