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In 1936 the LNER introduced all steel hopper wagons for coal. Built until about 1950, (when BR continued building the same design) they used three different solebars, riveting and welding for the bodies and a batch of heavier duty wagons were built early in WW2 using fittings originally intended for wagons destined for continental Europe; minor differences were numerous. Includes wagons in industrial internal use. Parkside Dundas have a 7mm kit representing the first built wagons.

E193292 HOP 21

E193292 HOP 21

E194020 = 18

E194020 = 18

E194512 = 92

E194512 = 92

E194544 = 210

E194544 = 210

E206005 = 214

E206005 = 214

E206561 = 112

E206561 = 112

E206660 = 91

E206660 = 91

E251659 HOP 21 (MoT)

E251659 HOP 21 (MoT)

E251701K HOP 21

E251701K HOP 21

E251793

E251793

E253265 = 205

E253265 = 205

E253421K

E253421K

E253690 HOP 21 (MoT)

E253690 HOP 21 (MoT)

E260588 HOP 21

E260588 HOP 21

E269297 HTO

E269297 HTO

E269643 HOP 21

E269643 HOP 21

E270834 HTO

E270834 HTO

E270860 HOP 21

E270860 HOP 21

E270949 HTO

E270949 HTO

E273946 HTO

E273946 HTO

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Keywords:21ton hopper, HOP 21, HTO, LNER Hopper, Railway wagon, ZTO