H box van with standard wooden door and buffers.


H box van

First built in the 1850s, the H van was a general purpose goods wagon.

Modern wagons at the beginning of the 20th century began to displace the H box vans. Some saw a second life as loco vans, equipment vans for departmental work used for the re-railing of vehicles.

These wagons have been scratch built from styrene, specifically to fit over Steam Era Models' 10'6'' wheelbase underframe.

Some variations can be seen here, such as the presence of buffers and door variations.


H box van with modified B box van door and buffers removed.

H box van with arch roof, buffers and disc wheels.