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GWR Cordon Chassis 3d printed

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GWR Cordon Chassis 3d printed
GWR Cordon Chassis 3d printed

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GWR Cordon Chassis

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Product Description

GWR Cordon Chassis
At the end of the 19th century, the Great Western Railway had an extensive network of stations, depots and facilities which required gas lighting and heating. Even more important, almost all passenger rolling stock was lit by gas lamps. In order to provide a suitable supply of gas, most locations had direct connections with the local gas net work.

However, in remote locations beyond the nearewst gas main the GWR developed some specialised tank wagons which were dispatched full to specific locations and replaced when needed. 

The GWR produced them in various batches over several decades, and as such there were a number of different designs: single, twin and triple tanks, mounted on a number of different underframes.
The GWR gave them the telegraph code ‘Cordon’, but there were many different variations with some being one-off models, built by recycling parts from dismantled wagons.

In order to keep the cost down and aid finishing this kit has been split into three parts. This print contains the  chassis onlyo complete this wagon you will need two of the Cordon Gas Tanks (available elsewhere on this site), paint, transfers, couplingd, wheels, 2mm brass bearings some handrail wire and a brake stanchion.

 
What's in the Box
INCM
GWR Cordon Chassis
White Strong & Flexible
Width
7.9 cm
Height
2.0 cm
Depth
3.6 cm

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