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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
00 Gauge, 1:76, 4mm/Foot
GWR Siphon J - Roof
Siphons were constructed for the conveyance of milk in 17 gallon churns. The Siphon J was the last version and used frozen carbon dioxide (dry ice) within an insulated body to keep the milk cool.
These were built to Diagram O.31/40 between 1931-4 and lasted until the early 1960s, with one lasting until 1969.
This print is for the solebars which I have printed in White Natural Versatile Plastic.
Other parts required to complete the model:
2x bogies with wheels and couplings (This has been designed to use the Hornby/Airfix GWR Collett type as fitted to their Siphon G, H and Centenary Coaches or my “GWR 9' American Bogie - Hornby/Airfix Fit” available elsewhere on this site);
2x M4 nuts and bolts (to hold the bogies in place);