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009 Talyllyn Semi-open Carriage No 8-12 3d printed

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009 Talyllyn Semi-open Carriage No 8-12 3d printed
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009 Talyllyn Semi-open Carriage No 8-12 3d printed
009 Talyllyn Semi-open Carriage No 8-12 3d printed

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009 Talyllyn Semi-open Carriage No 8-12

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The Talyllyn railway has four semi-open carriages, all three compartment four-wheelers. The first such vehicles were Nos. 7 and 8, acquired from the Penrhyn Quarry Railway in 1953. No. 7 was subsequently rebuilt as a tea-van and eventually into its current form (see below). Nos. 11, 12 and 13 entered service in 1955, 1956 and 1957 respectively and are somewhat larger and more substantially-built than the Penrhyn quarrymen’s carriages. No. 8 was renewed to a similar design in 1966. - Source: https://www.talyllyn.co.uk/modern-carriages

The model simply requires a pair of Graham Farish spokes wheels, greenwhich or peco couplings and a roof.
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What's in the box:
TR No8-12
Dimensions:
6.92 x 2.28 x 3.22 cm
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2.72 x 0.9 x 1.27 inches
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