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C.R. 57' Semi-Corridor Coach Kits

57' 8 wheel semi-corridor stock.

D115a (CC7/7a) was a contemporary of the other 57' corridor and non-corridor stock in the range while the remainder date from just before the first world war and feature a completely different style of body and an underframe carried on 10' wheelbase bogies.

The lavatory brake composites of D115/115A were favourites for one coach branch line trains right through to B.R. days. They were also popular, together with the other varieties, as through coaches (e.g. to Oban) and on longer distance trains where no dining facilities were provided: while each coach had two internal half-corridors to give access to a lavatory from every seat, the weight per seat was lower than gangwayed stock.

Scale drawing of CC07

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CC07  4mm scale Lavatory brake composite Diagram D115A.
£40.00. Packed Weight 500g

Built 1920 by the Caley at St. Rollox. Round-rod and queenpost underframe.

M25873 at Killin Junction in 1950

M25873 at Killin Junction in 1950.

Scale drawing of CC07a

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CC07a  4mm scale Lavatory brake composite Diagram D115A.
£40.00. Packed Weight 500g

An identical body to CC7 but with the angle trussed style of underframe. Built 1922 by R.Y. Pickering, Wishaw.

Scale drawing of CC21

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CC21  4mm scale Lavatory 3rd Diagram 114.
£40.00. Packed Weight 600g

Built 1913. Last withdrawn 1954. Note the half compartment squeezed into the middle of the coach!

Scale drawing of CC22

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CC22  4mm scale Lavatory brake composite Diagram 115.
£40.00. Packed Weight 600g

Built 1913/14. Last withdrawn 1955. Some of these coaches were dual fitted from new. Several were converted to camping coaches after withdrawal and the last not finally scrapped until 1970.

1 only left in stock

Scale drawing of CC23

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CC23  4mm scale Lavatory brake 3rd Diagram 116.
£40.00. Packed Weight 600g

Built 1913/14. Last withdrawn 1954. The last was scrapped in 1970 after use as a service vehicle; some were also converted to camping coaches.

Scale drawing of CC24

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CC24  4mm scale Lavatory composite Diagram 113A.
£40.00. Packed Weight 600g

Built 1913/14. Last withdrawn 1954. Again some were converted to camping coaches and the last not finally scrapped until 1969.


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