More private-owner colour from The Wagon Yard

The Wagon Yard, a small family business based in St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, commissions limited-edition wagons in N and OO scales from Peco and Dapol and plans to expand into other gauges in the coming months.

Everyone behind the enterprise is a model railway enthusiast with a particular love of wagons and rolling stock.

All kinds of tents and marquees were made by Henry John Gasson, and transported by rail.

The Wagon Yard’s first release, an orange, black and white seven-plank ‘G Russell, West Marina, St Leonards-on-Sea’ wagon, is still available, and the latest releases include a ‘Henry John Gasson’ box van and a seven-plank ‘Victoria Coal Co.’ wagon.

Seven wagon releases have been completed to date, with commissions due for the International N Gauge Show in September and the Warley Exhibition in November.

Above and below: More interesting wagon liveries like these are available from The Wagon Yard Co.

N-gauge versions of the wagons each cost £12.95 and OO-gauge versions £14.95, with standard postage and packing at £3.95, and they can be bought on website.

The email address is and commission suggestions from customers are always welcome.

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