7mm Scale Midland Railway
7mm London North Western Railway
7mm Great Western Railway
7mm Furness Railway
7mm Caledonian Railway
7mm Southern EMU's
7mm North Staffs Railway
7mm Pre-group LNER
7mm Lambourn Valley Railway
7mm Kent and East Sussex
|LONDON BRIGHTON SOUTH COAST RAILWAY COACHES in 7mm SCALE|
|PANELLED STOCK||LBSCR No||SR.No|
|Directors Saloon||60'||£100 00|
|Isle of Wight Saloon 6986||54'||£80 00|
|Kits comprise of etched sides, ends,
floor and battery boxes
Etched on 0.018" brass
| 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.
|SOUTH EASTERN AND CHATHAM RAILWAY|
|Lavatory Composite||7 Comp||D313||54'||NEW||£100 00|
|Lavatory Brake Third||6 Comp||D158||54'||NEW||£100 00|
|Brake Third||7 Comp||D159||54'||NEW||£100 00|
|D158 and D159 as as converted to run on the Isle of Wight|
|The SE&CR was formed on 1 January 1899, when the SER and LC&DR formed a "management committee" comprising the directors of both companies. This merged the two companies' operations, although they remained legally separate, with receipts split 59% to SER and 41% LC&DR until the Grouping, to avoid the costs and risks of a formal merger.|
We produced the above kits because we were asked to.
We can produce 'any' of our vast range of Southern kits in 7mm scale.