These models deature the eye-catching Indian Red and White livery, along with some very fine letering detail, which is a gold colour with red and black shading. The footsteps and door handles are also picked out in a brass colour. We think you will agree that these models are particularly attractive, and should therefore be very popular.
The two variants are available. One is a 1st and 3rd class composite coach, number 5. This had 6 compartments, the centre two being for first class passengers. The second coach is the 1st and 3rd class brake coach, number 15, complete with guard's ducket.
On the prototype both of these coaches would have run in this condition until the grouping on 1923, when the Southern Railway took over the line.
The character of these typical narrow gauge prototypes have been beautifully captured in these models and we have received much praise for them, something we find especially satisfying knowing just how much effort and behind-the-scenes planning that has gone into this project. It is very exciting to be at the forefront of a whole ne wera for the hobby, and we are quite sure that there is more to come for the modeller of 4mm narrow gauge.