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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
LSWR introduced push pull vestibule coaches(diagram 136), to work ith addition coach(diagram 25) , in 1906. Built to a similar style as the main batch of steam railmotors(H13). Originally designed to be pulled by the small C14 loco, itself based on the railmotor, and found to be underpowered , as was its replcement the S14 . Eventually the O2 0-4-4T as used, and these coaches mainly operated in the plymouth area.
Converted from wire control to air-control by the Southern Railway, with a modified driving cab end, they eventually were withdrwn from service in 1939.
This is a set of gates to be fitted (worn condition)