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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
7mm PAA Grainflow wagon. Requires PAA Grainflow wagon top, PAA Grainflow walkway and Oleo buffers from shapeways to complete. Alternate version available without bottom hopper to alow the bottom of the hopper to be made from plasticard to reduce the cost.
Grainflow wagon was rebuilt from an earlier BRT vacuum braked grain wagons. It was fitted with air brakes and Gloucester suspension along with being repainted into Grainflow livery, this version also opperated in the tradtional blue livery. The wagons were mainly used to transport grain from East anglia to Birkenhead and Scotland, they were also used to transport Alumina in Scotland.