BR YGB 'Stingray' Bogie Hopper Wagon Transrail Grey
- Era 9
- Pristine Transrail Grey livery
- Running No. DB980172
- Accessory Pack
- NEM Coupling Pockets
- N Scale
Vehicle information and history:
Built by British Rail, these Bogie Ballast Hoppers were some of the largest wagons in the engineer’s fleet. Like most engineer’s wagons, these ballast hoppers received aquatic names and were usually known as Seacows or Sealions, but in this case the wagon has been branded ‘Stingray’.
Used to carry ballast to work sites where it would be discharged via the chutes at the bottom of the hopper, these Graham Farish models capture every intricate detail of the prototype from the hopper doors to the six separately fitted handwheels that controlled their operation. Added at each end are several separate handrails, along with etched platforms whilst underframe steps and other adornments are also included.
Transrail Grey adorns this example, making a fine addition to any post-Privatisation scene.
In stock items are usually despatched within 1-2 working days of ordering.
All returns must be received by us within 14 days of the date you received your order, please allow at least four days for postage. You will be required to cover the shipping and they must be returned via a traceable method – such as Royal Mail Signed For. We cannot accept responsibility for returned items until they are signed for by us.