Coach detailing

There are a number of components in the 5522 range that will help you improve the detailing on kit or Ready To Run models, or to help you build your own models from scratch or components.

Coach ends

Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Steam Railmotor coach end

At the start of the 20th century Hughes designed a class of railmotors that were then built between 1906 and 1911 at Horwich and Newton Heaths. They were comprised of an 0-4-0T locomotive with a semi-permanently attached coach body.   This kit contains the single coach end, including the corridor door panel.  The other end of the railmotor coach was formed by the 0-4-0 tank locomotive itself.

  • LM310 – Single coach end – £2.00

LMS Standard Planked Corridor Coach Ends – Period 1

These coach ends are from Period 1 of coach construction.  This lasted from 1923 to roughly 1930.  The coach ends were built with wooden matchboard panelling.  They include provision for adding corridor connections (not included) and the correct corridor blanking plate.

  • LM312 – Pair of coach ends – £4.50

LMS Standard Planked Plain Coach Ends – Period 1

These coach ends are from Period 1 of coach construction.  This lasted from 1923 to roughly 1930.  The coach ends were built with wooden matchboard panelling.  They are of the non-corridor type.

  • LM314 – Pair of coach ends – £4.50

LMS Standard Plain – Period 3

These coach ends are from Period 3 of coach construction. This lasted from roughly 1933 to 1950. The coach
ends were built with steel panelling which gave a plain appearance. There were changes in the type and layout
of the fittings on the coach ends from those in Period 2.

  • LM319 – Pair of coach ends – £4.50

LMS Standard Plain – Period 3

These coach ends are from Period 3 of coach construction. This lasted from roughly 1933 to 1950. The coach
ends were built with steel panelling which gave a plain appearance. There were changes in the type and layout
of the fittings on the coach ends from those in Period 2.

  • LM322 – Pair of coach ends – £4.50

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