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Hi Folks, I have an Irish Rail 47ft flat Wagon for sale. This is from the MIR Range and is made from Resin. It has Tension lock couplings so is compatible with Murphy Models Locos and Stock. It it Alan Gibson wheels. Nice Runner. Price Without Container : €25.00 plus €8 Postage Price with Container: €35 plus €8 Postage Postage cost for Ireland Only. Can weather for €5.00 Can meet at Wexford Model Railway show to save on postage if that suits.
I would like to make an N gauge version of a Lyons Tea Wagon but I am having difficulty getting information on some of the dimensions. In the resources section of this forum there is some in information and two photographs but no size is given for the length and height. The width is stated as 8ft 6ins and the wagon seems to be on a 20ft flat wagon. In one of the photographs, showing a broadside view, the body of the wagon, or should that be container, does not seem to the same length as the wagon. It may be about 12ins to 18ins shorter at each end than the flat wagon. If that is the case it would be about 16ft or 17ft long. At the North Down Show at the weekend I was told that in terms of length it would be similar to a normal sized container and would fit on to a normal sized open wagon. Again suggesting a 16ft to 17ft length. Would anyone know if the Lyons Tea Wagon was a wagon specifically built for Lyons or was it a standard container? In either case what is the height and length? If anyone has an 00 scale versions could they measure it and let me know the size? I can then convert that to N scale dimensions. I did come across a British version which is a standard sized container but is a totally different design to the one shown in this forum. was there a distinct Irish version? Any help would be much appreciated. Mike0