Graham Farish N Scale Coaches

Graham Farish N Scale Coaches

Our award-winning range of passenger coaching stock reflects how the prototype has continually developed to offer greater standards of comfort and safety to the travelling public, as well as catering for the evolving needs of the railway operating companies. No matter in what historical period your modelling interest lies, we will be sure to have something appropriate to provide passenger accommodation on your layout.

The Graham Farish range of N scale coaches covers pre-Grouping designs though the ‘Big Four’ era and BR to the current privatised operators. Whether it’s passenger coaches, non-passenger carrying coaching stock (NPCCS) or specialist vans that you’re looking for, we’re sure to have what you need. Our wide range of coaches allows you to assemble authentic train formations including everyday passenger trains, luxurious Pullman Car services, ‘top link’ expresses, mail, parcels, newspapers and a wide variety of Departmental trains.

New for 2018, we have the Hawksworth designed range of coaches in the popular British Railways lined maroon livery, ideal for Western Region operation in the 1950s and 60s. We also offer the Bulleid, Thompson and Stanier vehicles that were originally designed for the SR, LNER and LMS in British Railways liveries to complete the nationwide picture.

Many elements from the “Big Four” companies coach designs were to be incorporated in British Railways “Mark 1” standardised design of coaching stock for the national network in the early 1950s. This design was constructed up to 1963 and was still in main-line use up to the 1990s, so they were seen in a huge variety of liveries all over the country. You can find Mk1 coaches in over a dozen different liveries in the following pages showing just how ubiquitous they were. BR’s “Mark 2” designs of the late 1960s and 1970s are available in no less than six different liveries covering over fifty years of operation. Our Mk2A vehicles feature air-braking underframe equipment and their distinctive green gangway doors.

As well as carrying millions of passengers every year, our railways have also utilised many different designs of NPCCS for parcels traffic, Postal services, additional luggage capacity, Departmental transport and Inspection duties, to name but a few

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