|VALANCING AND BRACKETS|
|We have produced some sample etches of the valancing and brackets as used on the LBSCR Lewes Road Station. If the information can be supplied other type can be produced||Image|
|PANELLED STOCK||LBSCR No||SR.No|
|Isle of Wight Saloon 6986||54'||£35.50|
|Kits comprise of etched sides, ends, floor and roof|
|Directors Saloon - As Built||61'||New||£45 00|
|Kits comprise of etched sides, a window strip to get the window recess depth, ends and floor|
|Driving Brake Third 1922||54'||£29 00|
|Driving Brake Third 1921||54'||£29 00|
|Driving Brake Third 1912||54'||£29 00|
|Trailer Composite 1922||54'||£29 00|
|Trailer Composite 1921||54'||£29 00|
|Trailer Brake Composite 1909||54'||£29 00|
Kits comprise of etched sides, ends, floor and battey boxes
A roof can be supplied with half etched rain strips £6 50
All etched on 0.015" brass
We produced the above kit for the London Brighton South
Coast Railway LBSCR because we were asked to.
The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (known as the LBSCR or Brighton Line) was formed on 27th July 1846 by the amalgamation of the London & Brighton Railway and the London & Croydon Railway. At its peak the railway formed a triangle with its base along the south coast from Portsmouth to Hastings and its apex in London.
The line was amalgamated along with four other major companies, the London & South Western Railway, the South Eastern Railway; the London Chatham & Dover Railway, and the South Eastern & Chatham Railway, and a number of minor ones, into the Southern Railway by Act of Parliament with effect from 1st January 1923.