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Very nice.  This is from an Ashbury built covered van like this:


Courtesy of Shephard & Beesley.


Or this, in its model form:



Not sure where these plates would have been located on the prototype, as they would be visible in the top photo.  Perhaps they were located around the buffers?  Odd location if so?


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Not DSER, but Seniorx2 made this in about 1910. It was then a "new model" of goods / convertible* van and I suspect it may have been something he had a hand in designing.

The model is 7" gauge, thus a strange scale of 1.333 inches to the foot, or 33.866mm = 1ft!

He also was making this live steam loco but never finished it. I do not know what class it was - could have been freelance.

(* colloquially known as "soft-tops")

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