Trade New Product

Discussion in 'Resources' started by Pete Harvey, 14 December 2015.

  1. Pete Harvey

    Pete Harvey Active Member

    To be released during the first quarter of 2016.
    PH7VIXC4.jpg
    PH7VIXC3.jpg

    For more info please contact me through my website?

    Pete
     
    Neil, Len Cattley, comzero and 10 others like this.
  2. mickoo

    mickoo Western Thunderer

    Holy smokes Batman:eek:
     
  3. Pugsley

    Pugsley Western Thunderer

  4. Alan

    Alan Western Thunderer

    Dare one ask what is it, excuse my ignorance.
     
  5. djparkins

    djparkins Western Thunderer

    Pete -

    Looks very very nice indeed. Could you give a service timeline for these vans? When introduced and last withdrawn + traffic patterns - such as were they used on other than ferry traffic and also in Departmental service?

    Thanks,

    DJP/MMP
     
    Ian G likes this.
  6. Pete Harvey

    Pete Harvey Active Member

    hrmspaul likes this.
  7. Ian G

    Ian G Western Thunderer

    got 40 odd pics of the one at the Bucks railway centre.

    Ian G
     
    40126 likes this.
  8. Steph Dale

    Steph Dale Western Thunderer

    Oh s*d it - I'm in. Looks good Pete!

    Steph
     
    40126 likes this.
  9. 40126

    40126 Western Thunderer

    Upload please Ian, on a new thread ;)

    Steve :cool:
     
  10. 40126

    40126 Western Thunderer

  11. richard carr

    richard carr Western Thunderer

    Pete

    This looks great, how do I go about buying one ?

    Richard
     
  12. Ian G

    Ian G Western Thunderer

    Never understand why the obscure models are produced?

    Ian G
     
  13. richard carr

    richard carr Western Thunderer

    Whats obscure about this, there were 400 of them.

    Richard
     
    Pugsley and hrmspaul like this.
  14. SimonT

    SimonT Western Thunderer

    Bugga! They were used to take the tinplate out of Ebbw Vale, so I need some.
    Simon
     
  15. Yorkshire Dave

    Yorkshire Dave Western Thunderer

    Ferry wagons were probably not as rare or obscure as we may think.

    I suspect it's more than likely many were not seen during the day as they were always being moved at night to coincide with the Harwich cross channel rail ferry sailings. Harwich then being the major rail freight cross channel port. Dover was also used but it was more famous the 'Night Ferry'.

    For more information about operations I recommend watching Link Span, the British Transport Film produced in 1956 which shows the Harwich and Dover rail ferries.

    Good model :thumbs:, hopefully it may be complimented with the DB and FS versions .
     
  16. Brian Daniels

    Brian Daniels Western Thunderer

    We even got vans from Yugoslavia over here.

    Van JZ 21 72 214 0 240 Temple Mills.jpg
     
    40126 likes this.
  17. oldravendale

    oldravendale Western Thunderer

    These were certainly far from obscure. I used to see them and their European mainland counterparts every day at Willesden yard.

    Brian
     
  18. Temeraire

    Temeraire Western Thunderer

    That looks stunning. Any chance of a pre-rolled roof?...........(pretty please!) ;)
     
  19. Pete Harvey

    Pete Harvey Active Member

    Nope Sorry it shapes very easily with a mouse mat and a broom stail after it has been tempered it's not thick brass.
     
  20. Ian G

    Ian G Western Thunderer

    The only problem I can see with tempering the roof is that you need a gas hob, would you provide that service if someone has not got a gas cooker?

    Ian G
     
    40126 likes this.