Items for Sale:
Welcome to Vintage Trains sale page. Here you will find a number of items we are currently selling.
If you would like to make a purchase or find out more information about an item please contact Matthew Self at email@example.com
All items are P.O.A.
– BR Mk2f Buffet Open First (RFB) Coach No.1201
Built in 1974 at Derby Works as Open First (FO) Coach No.3361 to Diagram 83 (AD107) under lot 30859 (quantity 108). Became Open Second (SO) Coach No.6445 (AD206) in 1985. Converted in July 1988 to Buffet Open First (Diagram AJ104) and renumbered Coach No.1201.Tare Weight 33 tons. Air Brakes. B4 Bogies.
– BR Mk2f Open First (FO) Coach No.3309
Built in 1973 at Derby Works to Diagram 83 (AD107) under lot 30845 (quantity 45). Designed to seat 42 first class passengers. Tare Weight 33 tons. Air brakes. B4 Bogies. Mainline registration was from November 1973 to January 2006.
– BR Mk2f Open First (FO) Coach No.3351
Built in 1974 at Derby Works to Diagram 83 (AD107) under lot 30859 (quantity 108). Designed to seat 42 first class passengers. Tare Weight 33 tons. Air Brakes. B4 Bogies. Mainline registration was from January 1974 to unknown
– BR Mk2f Open First (FO) Coach No.3416
Built 1974 at Derby Works to Diagram 83 (AD107) under lot 30859 (quantity 108). Designed to seat 42 first class passengers. Tare eight 33 tons. Air brakes. B4 Bogies. Mainline registration from August 1974 to unknown
- BR Mk2a Tourist Second Open (TSO) Coach No.5300.
Built in 1968 at Derby Works to Diagram 86 (AC206) under lot 30776 (quantity 89). Designed to seat 64 second class passengers. Tare Weight 32 tons. Air Brakes. B4 Bogies. Mainline registration was from February 1968 to April 1999. This coach was bought by Vintage Trains in June 1999 to be a source of spare parts for renovation of other Mark 2 coaches.
– BR Mk2a Tourist Open Second (TSO) Coach No.5420
Built in 1968 at Derby Works to Diagram 86 (AC206) under lot 30787 (quantity 88). Designed to seat 64 second class passengers. Tare weight 32 tons. Air Brakes. B4 Bogies. Mainline registration was from December 1968 to January 2002.
– Wooden 7plank 12ton Open Wagon ex-Pensnett Railway No.690. Deteriorated condition.
Built in 1937 as Manchester Collieries as Fleet No 10655 to RCH Specification (1923) by Charles Roberts Wagon Works near Wakefield (LMS Registration No 143217). Built with side doors, bottom hopper doors and an end tipping door. Remains are mainly the wooden underframe with standard RCH fittings. Wagon was requisitioned by Government during WW2, then purchased by BR in 1947 who renumbered (No P55158) and uprated to 13ton capacity. Withdrawn by BR in 1963 and sold to Pensnett Railway for internal use in 1964. Presented to Birmingham Railway Museum by Round Oak Steelworks on closure of Pensnett Railway in Spring 1978.
- Recovered brick sets
Quantity – circa 3,000
- Selection of used sleepers
Circa 40 Concrete sleepers with chairs fitted
Circa 15 Wooden sleepers with chairs fitted
Circa 20 Wooden sleepers no chairs
- Recovered blue engineering bricks
Quantity – Circa 900
– Recovered mixed bricks and sets
Quantities – Circa 1,500 sets, 750 mixed bricks
– Unused bull-nose blue engineering bricks and some blue cills
Quantities – Circa 320 Blue Engineering bull-nose and 18 Blue Engineering cill bricks
– Recovered bricks mixed
Quantity – Circa 2,000
– Unused bull-nose bricks
Quantity – Circa 100
– Unused bull-nose bricks
Quantity – Circa 70
– Recovered blue platform pavers
Quantity - Circa 65
– Unused cill bricks
Quantity - Circa 400
– Recovered large blue platform bricks
Quantity – Circa 275
– Recovered bricks mixed, includes blue platform pavers
Quantities – Circa 1,100 mixed bricks and circa 200 blue platform pavers
- Granite sets
Quantity – Circa 180
- Recovered bricks mixed includes concrete quoins
Quantities – Circa 500 mixed bricks and circa 250 concrete quoins
– Cast iron columns
– Recovered GWR Level crossing gate
– Recovered GWR Level crossing gate wheel
– Recovered ornate cast iron pillar with signal pulley wheel attached