Features
  • Ready-to-run
  • Plastic (ABS) body & chassis
  • Blackened 10 spoke wheels (RP25-110)
  • Scale size metal knuckle couplers
  • Highly detailed underframe
  • Separately applied metal parts
  • 4 Different liveries available
  • Metal handrails & brake piping
  • Factory painted & decorated.
  • 18" Recommended minimum radius
  • Will operate on code 70, 83 & 100 rail
  • Metal etch end steps
  • diecast weights
  • 2 Different body versions being tooled
  • Real metal chain for the hand brake
 

 


Wooden T Van

Wooden T Van Features: Wheel handbrake, 5" numbering with white imperial load details & white on black
underframe stencils. (1972-1985 era has 7" numbering with white metric load details)

VFW-16

Wooden T Van VR Brown, 1954-1960 era (6 Car Pack) 

$239.95

 

 

   

VFW-17

Wooden T Van VR Wagon Red, 1960-1972 era (6 Car Pack)    

$239.95

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VFW-18

Wooden T Van VR Wagon Red, 1972-1985 era (6 Car Pack)   

$239.95

 

 

   

Steel T Van

Steel T Van Features: Lever handbrake, 5" numbering with white imperial load details & white on black
underframe stencils. (1972-1985 era has 7" numbering with white metric load details)

VFW-19

Steel T Van VR Aluminium, 1954-1960 era (6 Car Pack)

$239.95

 

 

   

VFW-20

Steel T Van VR Wagon Red, 1960-1972 era (6 Car Pack)  

$239.95

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VFW-21

Steel T Van VR Wagon Red, 1972-1985 era (6 Car Pack)  

$239.95

 

 

   

VICTORIAN T VAN ORDER FORM

  


VICTORIAN T VAN PROTOTYPE OVERVIEW

The wooden refrigerated T Vans were built between 1909 and 1924 by Newport Workshop. There were 226 vans constructed in this series, and they were numbered from T192 to T417. These wagons were fitted with an ice bunker which ran along the middle of the ceiling. Ice was filled from hatches in the roof. An earlier version of the wooden T Van (numbered 1 to 191) is not currently being produced by Auscision Models. This earlier version had a 12 ton capacity, while the wooden version being modelled is larger, having a 15 ton capacity. A steel version of the T Van was constructed in 1954/55. Fifty of these were built and they were numbered from 420 to 469. These vans also had a 15 ton capacity. All T Van versions were used over all mainlines and branchlines in Victoria, and remained in traffic until the mid 1980s.


VICTORIAN T VAN PROTOTYPE PHOTOS

 
 
 



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