Peco NR-P484 5-plank Mineral Wagon – Burtt, Gloucester Beehive Manufacturer No. 6 (N gauge)£9.15
N gauge ready-to-run model. Edward John Burtt was a beehive manufacturer in Stroud and later registered as a coal merchant with his offices based on Stroud Road and at a depot at the Midland Wharf. This five plank wagon features an attractive design with yellow text shaded red on a black body. Beehives and coal are not natural companions, so this curious wagon would make an interesting addition to any N gauge layout.
Hattons H4-AB16-003 Andrew Barclay 0-4-0ST 16” 2226 “Katie” in lined maroon (OO gauge)£89.00
OO gauge ready-to-run model.
Hattons H4-BH-003 Beilhack snow plough (ex Class 40) ZZA ADB965578 in BR yellow (OO gauge)£43.00
OO gauge ready-to-run-model. The origins of the bogie-mounted snowploughs can be traced back to the early 1980s when specialist German manufacturer Beilhack supplied several large plough blades to British Rail. Significantly more substantial than standard miniature snowploughs, these blades were originally planned to be mounted directly onto locomotive bufferbeams.
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|As far as model railway shops in Shropshire go we seem to be one of the best kept secrets in the county. |
Situated midway between Shrewsbury and Telford on the B5062 Shrewsbury to Newport road you probably won’t stumble across us by accident; but for those who do make their way here we have trains, track, scenery and all manner of accessories in N and OO along with a sprinkling of O and 009, Humbrol paints, plastic sheet (plain and embossed), glues, Albion Alloy metals and a small selection of secondhand.
Monday 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 2pm - 5pm
Friday 2pm - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 12.30pm
Closed on bank holidays.
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We have a small stock of secondhand items in the shop which varies over time and rarely makes it to the web site.
If you are looking for collectable models then we suggest you try Dave Angell Trains.