Trailers & Accessories

£2.50
The 1 ¾ tonne trailer was first used by the British Army in the early 1980s and has been used right up to the 2000s. It was usually towed by either the...
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£3.10
One of the features of British armoured vehicles that is most envied by other nations’ soldiers is the fitting of a boiling vessel (just like a large box...
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£2.90
The 0.75 tonne trailer has been in service since the early 1970’s up to the 2000s. It has been towed by a wide variety of vehicles in the ¼ ton, ½ ton,...
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£3.20
This pack has three of each of two types of artillery ammunition inside their metal cases and stacked on wooden pallets. They can be used as loads for the...
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£1.50
This is the Flatrack included in kit H09 Leyland DAF DROPS with Container, now available as a separate item. For any scene with a number of DROPS...
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£1.50
This is the Standard Flatrack include in kit H06 Leyland DAF DROPS, now available as a separate item. For any scene with a number of DROPS trucks there...
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£1.20

This accessory is one that I have made for myself, but have added it to the range as it might be of use for some others. In the year 2000 I attended Artillery Day at Larkhill in Wiltshire. At the display they had a recently updated FV432 with a new angular roof basket, and a rectangular bin fitted over the exhaust. It would appear that these additions were made to all in service FV432s as they were overhauled. I photographed a military train being loaded at Haverfordwest in 2004, which is what I have used for my N gauge Haverfordwest layout (and I started P G Models originally to make models for myself for this layout) where all of the FV4342s had these two new fittings. A few years later the FV432s were upgraded even further into FV432 Mk.3s, called Bulldog. These new fittings were included, plus new engines and driving controls, and now with a simpler exhaust. These two new parts will be okay for a relatively limited period of time, but they do update the model.

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£1.20
Whenever military vehicles are transported on another vehicle or railway wagon they are always loaded securely. This is carried out by a combination of...
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£2.10
Shortly after Warrior was introduced into British Army service in 1988, trials were carried out to see if it could be carried by rail in the UK. Tests were...
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