Worsley Works 7mm

LONDON NORTH
WESTERN RAILWAY

London and North Western Railway Crest

Any of the kits listed can be produced to order in 7mm scale

More artwork is available

 

London and North Western Railway Society

7mm Scale kits

 

LNWR COACHES

STEAM RAIL MOTOR M7 57' Image £85 00
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ARC ROOF STOCK

SIX COMPT BRAKE THIRD D345 50'    
FIVE COMPT BRAKE THIRD D347 50'    
COMPOSITE D187 50'    
THIRD D136 50'    
COMPOSITE M33 50' Motor Fitted  
THIRD D283A 56' From two 28' D300  
THIRD D300 28'    
THIRD D297 30'1"    
BRAKE THIRD D361 30'1"    
COMPOSITE D197 30'1"    
FULL BRAKE D385 30'1"    
PARCELS VAN D425 30'1"    

CORRIDOR COACHES

CORRIDOR THIRD D268 50' Both styles  
CORRIDOR COMPOSITE D138 50'    
CORRIDOR BRAKE COMPOSITE   50'    
CORRIDOR BRAKE THIRD D71 42' 1893 Corridor      
CORRIDOR BRAKE THIRD D68 42' 1893 Corridor      
CORRIDOR THIRD D56 42' 1893 Corridor      
CORRIDOR COMPOSITE D54 42' 1893 Corridor      
CORRIDOR FIRST D55 42' 1893 Corridor      

ELLIPTICAL ROOF STOCK

CORRIDOR BRAKE THIRD D306 57' Toplight Style  
CORRIDOR THIRD D266 52'6" Toplight Style  
CORRIDOR COMPOSITE D131 57' Toplight Style  

The London North Western Railway, LNWR, was formed by the merger of the Grand Junction Railway, the London & Birmingham and the Manchester & Birmingham in 1846. It was known as the ‘Premier Line’, disputed by many, but as the largest joint stock company in the United Kingdom, collecting a greater revenue than any other company and having the Liverpool & Manchester as one of its ancestors (the L&M was a constituent of the GJR), it deserved the title. It served some of Britain’s largest cities, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Glasgow and Edinburgh (the Scottish cities were served through cooperation with the Caledonian Railway). It also handled the Irish Mail for the Government between Euston to Holyhead.