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C.R. 57' Non-corridor Coach Kits

57' 8 wheel non-corridor stock built 1920-23.

These coaches were contempories of the 57' Corridor range.

This non-corridor stock was used extensively around Glasgow and Lanarkshire on commuter trains, often formed into 3 coach Scottish Inter-district (SID) sets as BT+C+BT. They, of course, also saw service on other parts of the system. Again originally only Westinghouse fitted, examples of all types lasted well into B.R. days having been vacuum fitted by the L.M.S. in the 1930s.

Scale drawing of CC04

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CC04  4mm scale Non-corridor composite Diagram D121B.
£40.00. Packed Weight 500g

Built 1922/3. Angle truss underframe.

Scale drawing of CC05

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CC05  4mm scale Non-corridor brake 3rd Diagram 119B.
£40.00. Packed Weight 500g

Specifically for lots H349 and H357 Built 1920/1 by the Caley at St. Rollox. Round-rod and queenpost underframe.

Scale drawing of CC06

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CC06  4mm scale Non-corridor 3rd Diagram 118.
£40.00. Packed Weight 500g

Built 1921 by Hurst Nelson, Motherwell. Round-rod and queenpost underframe.

Maker's photograph of D118

Hurst Nelson Official Photograph of D118

Scale drawing of CC06a

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CC06a  4mm scale Non-corridor 3rd Diagram 118.
£40.00. Packed Weight 500g

Built 1922 by Metropolitan Carriage & Wagon Co., Birmingham and R.Y. Pickering, Wishaw. Angle truss underframe.

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15 Tay Crescent
Bishopbriggs
GLASGOW
Scotland
G64 1EU

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Registered in Scotland.
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