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The Glasgow & South Western Railway Association Sales and Services

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The G&SWR Association is a non profit making body which exists to promote interest in the Glasgow & South Western Railway, its predecessors and successors.

Profiles Buildings Drawing List
Locomotive Drawings Coach Drawing List

Wagon Drawing List

Photographs
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GSWR Station Register GSWR Steamer Services

Drawings

All drawings are produced to 7mm scale and are reproduced on A4 size paper except where marked * which are A3 size.

Loco drawings are inclusive of tender/elevations etc. and are priced at �00/A4 and �20/A3.

Post & Packing is 30p per order irrespective of number of drawings in order

Buildings Drawing List

* Price as for A3/Foolscap

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Coach Drawing List

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Locomotive Drawings

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Wagon Drawing List

Ref No

Wheels

Capacity

Type

Drg size

G1

4

20T

Mineral Hopper

A4

G2

4

10T

Mineral 5 Plank

A4

G3

4

16T

Mineral 5 Plank

A4

G4

4

16T

Boiler Tube

A4

G5

4

8T

Dropside 3 Plank

A4

G6

4

10T

Goods Brake Van

A4

G7

4

11.5T

Goods Brake Van

A4

G8

4

16T

Goods Brake Van

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G9

4

20T

Swivel Bolster

Fcsp

G10

4

8T

Pig Iron

A4

G11

4

8T

Meat Van

A4

G12

4

10T

Covered Goods Van

A4

G13

4

?

Empty Cask Wagon

Fcsp

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Future Products.

7mm Scale Coach Kits.

Members at the January meeting and those reading newsletter 122 will see the 7mm sides for the proposed Manson bogie coaches, in resin. With mouldings incorporating panels, hinges, door stops and fixed doorlights is to a very high degree of reproduction. The roofs and underframes are being mastered and lost wax castings. It is expected that each kit will retail for around � - a sure bargain.

Coaches will be the 43' Manson bogie stock including

7 compartment all 3rd

6 comprtment all first

4 compartment brake 3rd

Full brake

A deposit secures.

These coaches had long lives, passing through the LMS epoch and some even lasting until British Railways days.

Ideal with the Greenock Bogie kit!!!

Latest: The resin 7mm coach sides were on display at Glasgow Model Rail, so that is some progress with this prolonged project.

Loco & Coach Transfers, 4 & 7mm scale.

Loco and Tender Numbers and Initials and also lettering for standard coaches are being prepared at the moment and it is hoped for an early release of these much needed aids to easy modelling of the G&SWR.

 

4mm Scale Coach Kits.

Additional kits for the 31’ 6 wheeled coaches will be produced if sales of the first two in the range are satisfactory.

 

4mm Class 22

The similarity between the Stirling O class of the Southern and Chatham Railway and the South West's class 22 have been noted. The Association is currently liaising with both Branchlines of  Exeter, who produce a 4mm kit, to find out if they would sell the locomotive separately and also with Autocom, who through the old Nu CAst lit of the Midland and South Wstern 2-4-0, have a tender which is similar to the Dubbs one which was used with the smellie 22. More news later.

 

For further details or any of the items listed above please contact;

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Photographs.

Prints from the Association collection are available for purchase at shows or meetings with prior notice. Alternatively see the newsletter for details of the batch scheme.

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Profiles

The GSWRA produces a number of profiles. These are detailed on the page dealing with the Journal.

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GSWR Steamer Services

The GSWRA has produced a new publication in the GSWR Steamer services. It is written by David M. F. Lindsay and is 28pp in A4 format.

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Order Form This page has an order form you can print out and send in with your order.


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