Matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
About this Product
North Staffordshire Railway 20 ton Goods Brake Van, diagram 20, built from 1890 onwards. Model based on details in GF Chadwick (1993) "North Staffordshire Wagons" ISBN 1 874103 15 1, photo of no 5421 built in 1913 and Craven Bros / Stoke Works GA drawing dated 1908. Most of these 20 ton brakevans lasted into LMS days post 1923. The model shown in the photo is an example printed in FROSTED ULTRA DETAIL (FUD). Builder needs to add plastic or brass roof, 0.45mm wire for handrails and handbrake - handle is provided in correct position. Drill holes at dimples. Lamp irons could be made from FB strip, slots are provided. Floor is designed for MJT 00/EM/S4 W-iron units at 10’ 0” wheelbase. Fit oil axleboxes, round base wagon buffers (not incl). Thoroughly degrease all surfaces before painting. Livery: NSR = goods brown (suggest use GWR Indian Red). LMS = grey. Letters white. For 3D modelling details see RMweb topic at: http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/64692-nsr-brakevan-in-4mm-scale-by-3d-printing/ Modelling the "Knotty"? see the NSR Study Group at: http://www.nsrsg.org.uk/