A must for the railway modeller, Modelling British Rail - Engineers’ Wagons is an invaluable guide to recreating the British Rail era from the 1960s through to the mid-nineties.
The UK railway network needs constant maintenance to keep the trains running and during the BR era there was a dedicated fleet of wagons available to carry ballast, sleepers and rail along with all the other materials needed to run a railway.
Progressively modernised over the decades, many of these vehicles were given 'fish' codenames
for ease of identification, making them popular subjects for both enthusiasts and modellers alike.
Packed with images of the real vehicles and their accurately modelled miniatures, this publication will trace the development of the fleet and include in-depth case studies from noted wagon historians, while expert modellers will describe how to model a variety of them in three different scales using a range of techniques and step by step how-to guides.