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NEW ISSUES THIS MONTH AUGUST
NEW ISSUES THIS MONTH (5)
EDINBURGH & DUMFRIESSHIRE DAIRIES £15.00
6 wheel Tanker In cream livery with blue script shaded black, running no.23
The THIRD in the scottish series!......
In the 1920's at a time when small operators could not find enough fresh milk to satisfy the residents of Edinburgh, the Edinburgh & Dumfriesshire dairies solved the problem by bringing fresh milk into the city by train.
Now part of the Muller group known as Muller Wiseman dairies.
JOHN BYFORD & SON of MOODY WHARF POPLAR EAST LONDON £12.50
LIME WAGON in yellow ochre livery with black end irons and white script with black shading, & a cream roof running no.11
Born in Lambeth South London, in 1834.By 1874 was trading as a coal merchant, in 1878 he was also a lighterman at Bridge Wharf. He had many depots and sidings eg. Poplar, Southend, Barking, East Ham. He also dealt in cement, bricks, chalk limes, blue lias, hair, laths, tiles, sand and more. He also had a number of sailing barges!
All profits go to MYAWARE fighting Myasthenia
ARGYLE BREWERY (ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL) of Chambers Street EDINBURGH £12.50
VAN In brick red livery with yellow script shaded black, and a black roof, running no.5
Our FORTH in the scottish series!......
Founded in C1710 and by 1756 was operated by Archibald Campbell with his son of the same name.
Name changes and various take overs till in 1967 acquired by Whitbread, then sold on again till 1970 when brewing ceased.
All profits go to Weston Hospital Scanner Appeal
QUANTOCK JAMS of BRIDGWATER SOMERSET £12.50
VAN In brick orange livery with white script and a black roof, running no.7
The Quantock Preserving Company Ltd. was founded in 1926 also acquiring the premises of the former Wemdon Brewery.
In 1965 became part of James Roberson & Sons Preserve Manufactures Ltd. & since had many changes, now Refresco Beverages U.K.
All profits go to Breathe Easy the British Lung Foundation
ISAAC WRIGHT of RYE SUSSEX £15.00
CONTAINER ON S. E. R. CONFLAT in grey livery with a white roof, with yellow script shaded black.
Isaac Wright advertised his address as the “Crown Inn, Rye, Sussex.
He offered a removal and warehousing Service.He also stated that he was an agent to the South Eastern Railway.
COATES CIDER of NAILSEA £16.50
FRUIT D in grey livery with red logo and red script shaded yellow and a black roof running no W3472
The latest wagon in the series from this North Somerset firm will go well with the previous issues (all sold)
PREVIOUS ISSUES IN STOCK AS AT 13 AUGUST 2017
PLEASE CHECK WITH DAVE BEFORE ORDERING. THANK YOU.
PUTLAND'S PURE HOP ALE of TUNBRIDGE WELLS £12.50
VAN in purple livery with yellow script & white shading, and a cream roof running no. 7
Thomas Putland apart from being a corn & coal merchant had other enterprises, as did many others of his time.One being his Pure Hop Ale.
WILTS UNITED DAIRY LTD. TROWBRIDGE (CORONET EVAPORATED MILK) £12.50
VAN in white, with a blue & gold logo, blue script, a black roof, running no.35
Our next Wilts United Dairies van in the series.... This time Coronet Evaporated Milk.
This van along with the others previously issued combine to make a rather interesting train
We still have a few of the last one being “Diploma Condensed Milk”
E.S. BEAVEN (MALTINGS) Ltd. of WARMINSTER, DISS & GREAT YARMOUTH £12.50
VAN in cream with red script, a black roof, running no.5
E.S. Beaven (Maltings) was the maltings subsidiary of Arthur Guinness Son & Co (Great Britian) Ltd. and named after the previous propietor of the Warminster Maltings , Dr. Edwin Sloper Beaven.
NORMAN HUNT of SEDDLESCOMBE,BATTLE, SUSSEX £12.50
VAN in cream running no.5 black script with a HORNET DRY logo in yellow & black, and a black roof.
Our 4th and last in this series from this brewery.
Norman Hunt & Sons are a family farming business who have been growing apples since the 1930s.
All profits go to Little Bridge House Childrens Hospice South West
SOMERSET & DORSET RAILWAY £15.00
CONTAINER ON S.R. CONFLAT in purple livery with a cream roof, with yellow script, running no.18
Our latest wagon for all you fans of the Somerset & Dorset!
This is in response to many requests to add something a little different to your S&D freight stock!
All profits go to The Devon Air Ambulance Trust
EAST KENT BREWERY Co. Ltd. of SANDWICH KENT £12.50
VAN in red livery with black script shaded white & a white logo with a black outline, and a black roof running no.4
This brewery appears to have little information available of its history.
The brewery was founded by John Hoile in 1823 at Strand Street, Sandwich, Kent.
All profits go to HASTLEONS Amateur Dramatic & Operatic Society, helping young people into the performing arts
JOHN STEPHEN'S SON & CO. LTD. of GLOUCESTER £12.50
VAN in royal blue livery with white script & red shading, a white roof running no. 31
Jam, Pickle Manufacturers & Vinegar Brewers.
Established in 1870, In 1881 he was employing 110 people became a Limited co. in 1901
soon employing 400 people after taking over a jam, marmalade, fruits, sauces & much more...
The business was wound up in 1932
REAL SCOTTISH KIPPERS of MALLAIG SCOTLAND £12.50
VAN in brown livery, a white roof & yellow script running no.28.
The second in a series of wagons from Scotland.....
In the early 1800's residents of Mallaig were often described as Crofters-fishermen as they made their living both from & sea tofeed their families. In 1901 the railway arrived, enabling their produce to get to markets in the cities
farther afield, so much so that wholt trians were loaded with white fish & Kippers
All profits go to Brainwave helping young disabled children reach their potential
S. HEALING & SONS of TEWKESBURY £12.50
Borough Flour Mills
VAN in dark brown livery with a cream roof, white script shaded black, running no.12
The Borough Flour Mills were served by the River Avon, by road & the Tewkesbury branch of the Bristol & Gloucester Railway. It was a producer of both flour and animal feeds.
All profits go to help with the heavy overhaul of ex GWR loco 3850
COTTON POWDER CO.LTD. Of FAVERSHAM, KENT & MELLING, LIVERPOOL £12.50
GUN POWDER WAGON with a dark grey body & white roof,with white script and red shading.
At the works in Faversham the first high explosive guncotton was invented in 1846.
The worlds first guncotton factory being established in 1847. They also had a works in Melling near Liverpool.
SOMERSET COLLIERIES LTD. of RADSTOCK SOMERSET £12.00 LOW STOCK 2 LEFT
7 PLANK OPEN in black, running no.337, with white script & a COAL load.
Sir Frank Beauchamp had an ever expanding empire of collieries by 1925 he could see the logic in consolidating them. From November 1935 they became Radstock Collieries Ltd.
All profits go to Little Gate Farm,who help people with Learning Disabilities into paid work
WALLS ICE CREAM of LONDON £12.50
VAN In cream livery with blue script, and a white roof, running no.48
The first of 2 wagons from this Famous Company.
Founded in 1786 by Richard Wall, when he opened a Butcher's stall in St.James's market.
By the 1900's Richards grandson Thomas Wall was running the business.
In 1913 Thomas to avoid laying of staff in the summer months as the demand for meat fell,first thought about ice cream. The first world war came and this was not implimented till 1922.
All profits go to Hospice care Exeter.
WALLS ICE CREAM of LONDON £15.00 LOW STOCK
6 wheel Tanker In cream livery with blue script, (to match the van) running no.34
The second of 2 wagons.
The first ice cream served up in England was recorded in C1671 at Windsor Castle for the Feast of St. George banquet. The origins of ice cream are said to be traced back to the 4th Century BC.
Walls began making ice cream in 1922 and still do today!
All profits go to SURE, Somerset Unit for Radiotherapy against Cancer.
RHYMNEY BREWERY of RHYMNEY SOUTH WALES £12.50
VAN In white livery with red script, and a red black & brown logo, and a grey roof, running no.5
Our second wagon from this brewery very different from last time!
It was founded in 1839 by William Copeland, who was Chairman of the Rhymney Iron Co. enabling him to supply beer to his workers. Acquired by Whitbread & Co. Ltd. in 1966. Ceased brewing ing in 1978. However in 2003 a new Rhymney Brewery was opened in Blaenavon, Torfaen, South Wales.
ALLOA BREWERY of ALLOA SCOTLAND £12.50
VAN In grey livery with black script shaded white, with a black roof, running no.5
Our FIRST Scottish wagon. The brewery was founded in 1810 and was aquired by Archibald Arrol in 1866.
Amalgamated with other breweries during its life time, till finally closing in 1998 and then demolished in 2001
BUDDEN & BIGGS of STROOD & ROCHESTER KENT £12.50
VAN In grey livery with white script shaded black, with a cream roof, running no.1
The Biggs brewery was started by Joseph Biggs in Wrotham. Then moved to Strood, in the late 1850's was called the Strood Steam Ale Brewery.
HASTINGS FISH of HASTINGS £12.50 2 LEFT
VAN in light brown livery with black script & logo, running no.7 and a grey roof.
A reissue of this popular wagon with a new running no.
This wagon has the famous fish net shops which are in an area known as the Stade.
All profits go to Hastings Fishermans Museum
CALEB E. YOUNG of SHERBORNE DORSET £15.00
CONTAINER ON S.R. CONFLAT in ochre livery with a black roof, with black script shaded red.
There is little known about Caleb Young of Bristol Road, Sherborne. He ran a removals business c.1912
Also had warehouses for storeage etc. Goods could be moved by Railway, road & sea!
JOHN WAINWRIGHT & Co. Ltd. of STOKE ST. MICHAEL SOMERSET £12.00
5 PLANK OPEN WAGON in light brown with white script shaded black & a TARMAC LOAD.
Founded in 1891 when John Wainwright an auctioneer diversified into the quarrying industry.
The company is still trading after 125 years!
All profits go to Breathe Easy the British Lung Foundation
MAGNA CIDER of MARSTON MAGNA SOMERSET £12.50
VAN in cream, running no.1, with light green script shaded black, a black & green logo and a grey roof.
Established in 1901 in an apple growing area in South Somerset, suppling the Marston Magna Cider & Fruit Production Company. In 1917 It began producing on a commercial scale.
OLD DELABOLE SLATE COMPANY of DELABOLE CORNWALL £13.00
PRESFLO in yellow with a light brown Panel with white script shaded light blue.
Our first presflo wagon!
When Industries in Cornwall are talked about, often China clay comes to mind! Approx 2 miles West of Camelford an old but still active industry is the Delabole Slate Quarry. Being some 425 feet deep and more than a mile and a half in cicumference producing high quality slate. In 1841 five quarries amalgamated into a single unit to become Old Delabole Slate Company.
profits go to BRACE
to fund research into Alzheimer's & other forms of dementia
DEVENISH & GROVES LTD (BREWERS) £12.50 4 LEFT
VAN in yellow ochre, running no.6, with black script shaded white, and a grey roof.
The Cornish Brewery Co.Ltd. was founded C.1742
Then had many changes after acquisitions & mergers to become Devenish & Groves Ltd.
THE NORTON MILLS CO. of Norton Fitzwarren Taunton £12.50
VAN in green, running no.4, with white script and a grey roof.
After a lot of requests here it is!
Our second vehicle from this company, first issued in Feb. 2010 (sold out)
A flour mill producing both plain & self raising flour. Like Taunton Cider both now gone
St.AUSTELL CHINA CLAY & STONE WORKS John Lovering of St.Austell £12.00 3 LEFT
5 PLANK OPEN WAGON in black, running no.1 with white script shaded red & CLAY load
John Lovering & co. It was a devon man William Cookworthy who discovered china clay.
Apart from being used by potters etc. china clay is used in a lot of everyday commodities, paper making, tablets, face creams, linoleum shaving soap and much much more. John Lovering was a major independent supplier having his quarry and works in the St. Austell area. He with other operators merged to form English China Clay.
SHIPSTONE'S BREWERY of NOTTINGHAM £12.50 LOW STOCK 6 LEFT
VAN in cream, running no.3, with black script with black & red logo and a black roof.
Our first venture into Nottinghamshire!
Founded in 1852, Acquired by Greenall Whitley co.ltd.1978.
Later went into retail only..... In 2013 A new Shipstones named Little Star Brewery was opened a short distance down the road from the original brewery, carrying on with the same quality and taste.
After Nottinghams loss of breweries, one happy return.
All profits go to B.I.B.I.C. (British Institute for Brain Injured Children)
HUDSON Household REMOVALS of LONDON, BRIGHTON & PARIS £15.00 LOW STOCK 13 LEFT
CONTAINER ON L.B.& S.C.R. CONFLAT In purple with gold script & lining, also a white roof. Running no. 4
Long before the Channel Tunnel, Hudson was not only moving household furniture & goods on any railway system
in the U.K. but also the continent. With depositories in London, Brighton & Paris
All profits go to Hastings Tramway Club to help with the rebuilding of an old Tramcar.
FIRST SWISS ALPINE MILK EXPORTING Co. of RAMSHORN SWITZERLAND. £15.00
6 WHEEL TANKER in white, with green script & a black logo, running no. 101
Little is known about this company. It operated from 1882. was based in England
LION SALT WORKS of NORTHWICH CHESHIRE £12.50 SINGLE FIGURES 9 LEFT
Our first salt wagon!
SALT WAGON in yellow livery with a dark grey roof, red script shaded black & a black logo. Running no. 21
Cheshire is famous for its salt deposits. Salt mining has been going on since Roman times.
Henry Ingram Thompson started the Lion Salt Works in 1894. It closed in 1986 but survives today as a museum.
It is located beside the Trent & Mersey Canal
All profits go to The Lion Salt Works Museum Trust
JOHN GIBBON, GLYNTAFF QUARRY of PONTYPRIDD £12.00
4 PLANK OPEN WAGON with a stone load, in grey,running no.6 with black iron work,white script shaded black
There is very little information about John Gibbon and this wagon! apart it was built at Gloucester Railway Carriage & wagon Co. Limited works, and we have a picture of it.
In the Evening Express dated 19th May 1910, John Gibbon advertised for a qualified steam crane driver, for the Glyntaff Quarry.
CHILTONIAN BISCUITS of SIDLEY, SUSSEX £12.50
VAN in cream, running no.8, with black & green script with black & orange logo and a grey roof.
The biscuit factory closed in C1980.
All profits go to Autism Sussex
HOARE BROTHERS ROAD METAL CONTRACTORS of TAVISTOCK, DEVON £15.00
20T STEEL OPEN MINERAL in black, running no.22, with white script and a TARMAC load
In 1912 Hoare Brothers began quarrying at Wallabrook Quarry, Tavistock, Devon.
This wagon will go with the hopper wagon we produced some time ago. (sold out).
G. RUSSELL of WEST MARINA St. LEONARDS-on-SEA, SUSSEX £12.00
7 PLANK OPEN in red, running no.11, with black shaded red name on a white background & white shaded black
script and a COAL load.
This wagon was built by the Midland Railay Carriage & wagon Co. Ltd.
Was registered by the SC&R in 1906
Very little is known about him as were so many from that era
W. H. PINNEY & Co. of Axminster & Lyme Regis. £12.00 SINGLE FIGURES 7 LEFT
7 PLANK OPEN with a COAL LOAD
In brick red livery with white script shaded black also black end irons running no. 4
Pinney was a coal and general merchant carrying corn, timber, bricks, tiles, slates amongst other commodities
The railway line to Lyme Regis was closed in 1965
All profits go to Lyme Regis Museum
SOMERTON STEAM BREWERY of Somerton,Somerset £12.50
VAN in grey, running no.5, yellow script with red shading and a white roof.
One of somerset many breweries, had a number of changes of ownership.
In 1872 was producing family bitter ale, beer, porter, & malt.
By 1906 were also producing Mineral waters.
CROMER'S RENOWNED CRAB'S & FISH of Cromer, Norfolk £12.50 LOW STOCK 8 LEFT
VAN in blue, with dark blue logo & script and a white roof. Running no.2
Cromer has been famous for its tasty crabs for many years.
They also land herring, cod, whelks, and small shellfish.
All profits go to Julia's House the Dorset and Wiltshire Childrens Hospices
MEW LANGTON'S ROYAL BREWERY of Newport, Isle Of Wight £15.00
CONTAINER ON S.R. CONFLAT In red with black script & logo, also a black roof. Running no. I.O.W.2
Founded by Benjamin Mew in C1814, later became Mew langtons & Co. Ltd.
It was the largest brewery on the island.
All profits go to IAIN RITCHIE FOUNDATION to help those with Cystic Fibrosis
WYE VALLEY ASPARAGUS OF THE WYE VALLEY £13.00 LOW STOCK 15 LEFT
FRUIT MEX VAN in light blue with white script, logo and roof, running no. 126357
Our second wagon using the fruit mex body!
Something just a little different!
The Wye Valley Asparagus growers are now able to grow asparagus most of the year.
STRONG of ROMSEY (HORSEFAIR BREWERY) £12.50 5 LEFT
VAN in dark blue, running no.18 with a white logo, white script with pale yellow shading.
Founded in 1778 You may remember the large advertising boards stating “YOU'RE NOW IN STRONG COUNTRY
WILTS UNITED DAIRY LTD. TROWBRIDGE (DIPLOMA CONDENSED SWEETENED MILK £12.50 1 LEFT
VAN in cream, with an orange and blue logo, blue script with orange shading, running no.9
The Diploma Condensed Sweetened Milk was made by Wilts United Dairy at their TROWBRIDGE factory.
All profits go to Castle Kids Club AND Weston Hospice Care
CULM DAVY BRICKWORKS of DEVON £12.00 3 LEFT
5 PLANK OPEN with a BRICK LOAD. In yellow livery with white script & red shading, running no.1
Had a private siding of 22 chains in length on the Culm Valley Branch in Devon.
They failed to get a contract to supply bricks for the SEVERN tunnel, the company was wound up in 1881
and the siding was lifted.
WELSH HILLS (THOMAS & EVANS) of PORTH £12.50 8 LEFT
VAN in red livery with yellow script shaded black with running no.14
In the same style as the previous issues.
Our 5th wagon from this firm, this time advertising Dandelion & Burdock.
Thomas & Evans produced many flavours of non-alcholic soft drinks.
All profits go to Ty Hafan Children's Hospice.
L. WILLIAMS & SON of ABERTHAW £12.00
Blue Lias Lime works Aberthaw
5 PLANK OPEN with a COAL Load in cream running no.2 with black script & black strapping.
One of 5 wagons acquired in 1897 to transport coal for the lime works.
They had their own siding north of St.Athan Road station.
All profits go to Guide Dogs for the Blind
SIDNEY FUSSELL & SONS LTD. CROSS KEYS BREWERY of RODE near BATH £12.50 3 LEFT
VAN in brown with a black logo & white script running no.6
All profits go to Dorothy House Hospice care providing care for people with life limiting illness
NORMAN HUNT of SEDDLESCOMBE,BATTLE, SUSSEX £12.50
VAN in cream running no.4 black script with CROWMAN logo in purple & black.
Our 3rd issue from this company. Each with a different logo and running no.
All profits go to PARCHMENT TRUST helping disabled young people
RIDLERS CIDER of HEREFORD £12.50
VAN in yellow running no.12 with black script, logo & roof.
A van to go with the tanker issued a while ago (SOLD OUT) The 1800's saw a change in cider making.
JOHN MARSTON, THE DOLPHIN BREWERY, MARKET STREET, POOLE, DORSET £12.50
VAN in cream running no.2 with black script & a blue and black logo.
ENNIS VALE BUTTER OF CORNWALL £12.50 only 1 LEFT
VAN in cream with a grey roof. Has green & red script and logo.running no.4
PORT TALBOT STEEL Co. Ltd £12.00
7 PLANK OPEN in red livery with black end irons. Running no.14
White script with black shading and has a COAL LOAD
WESTLEIGH STONE & LIME CO.LTD of BURLESCOMBE DEVON £12.50 LOW STOCK
LIME WAGON in red livery with black end irons and white script with black shading. no.22
All profits go to Burnham Railway Heritage Group
ALTON COURT BREWERY of ROSS ON WYE £12.50 12 LEFT
VAN in cream livery, with a grey roof and green script. running no.102
CLINCH'S BREWERY £15.00 13 LEFT
CONTAINER ON CONFLAT A grey livery container with with white script & logo with running no.2
UNITED DAIRIES £15.00 SINGLE FIGURES 6 LEFT
6 WHEEL TANKER in silver livery with dark green script. Running no. 4420
We are determined to retain our policy of commissioning the best quality models that we can.
This will mean that our open wagons will continue to have blackened end irons and the majority of our vans will feature a logo (if one was used).
We are fully aware that this costs us money, but we believe the success of our sales indicates this is what our customers want and that they really appreciate the high quality models we sell.
We update our website at regular intervals.
Please keep looking for the latest changes to our stock - what's coming in and what has just sold out!
ENQUIRIES & ORDERS.
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