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Proposed C.R. Kits

The followings kits are proposed and will go ahead given sufficient support:

CC27 Pullman Composite Dining Car

Scale drawing of CC27

'Fair Maid of Perth', 'Flora MacDonald' & 'Lass O'Gowrie'

Built by Cravens Ltd. in 1914 for use on the Caledonian Railway in conjunction with the 'Grampian' coaching stock.

Drawing executed by and copyright © of Peter Tatlow, April 2008. Used by permission.

Future Plans

Scale drawing of D99

D99 50' Saloon

With the Grampians complete and the Edinburgh and Glasgow stock underway thoughts turn to what to do next. Leafing through Mike William's excellent new book on Caledonian Railway Carriages (or even glancing at the cover) suggests the contemporary 50' stock such as the saloon drawn above and/or the semi-corridor stock designed for the Callander and Oban or even the earlier version of the full brake with a fully panelled body and 8' wheelbase bogies (below).

Scale drawing of D98A/H355

D98A/H355 50' Full Brake

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Class 300 0-6-0 locomotive and tender

Scale drawing of CL8


C.R. numbers 300-324, 294-299, 280, 281, 670-679; L.M.S. numbers 17650-17692

Pickersgill's (the Caledonian's last CME) take on the classic Caley 0-6-0. Introducced in 1918, with a higher set boiler than the Class 812 and 'teardrop' cab windows they were quite distinctive among the various classes of Caley 0-6-0. Most were superheated by the LMS and many lasted into the early 1960s.

Currently no new 7mm scale items are proposed.


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Caledonian Railway Coat of Arms

"Wha dare meddle wi' me" - a loose translation of the Scottish motto (nemo me impune lacessit, litterly meaning "no-one provokes me with impunity") which was appropriated along with the Scottish coat of arms (without any sanction from the Lord Lyon, King of Arms) by the Caledonian Railway Co.


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15 Tay Crescent
Bishopbriggs
GLASGOW
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