20 ton mineral wagons of a steel riveted construction were used nationally, transporting coal and minerals offering a more efficient and cost effective method of conveyance than had previously been possible with wooden bodied 10 and 12 ton open top wagons. They came into service in the 1920s and were finally withdrawn in the 1970s. The wagons had two doors per side and an end door.
- Highly detailed body, finely moulded
- Profiled wheels
- NEM pockets with self-centring couplings
Wagon requires Paint and Transfers to complete
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