Here we have the motorail wagons, which appeared in 'Engines of All Trades'. They're loadable with three different car spots.
Here's Toad, the Great Western Brakevan. This model includes a full facepack, thanks to BRStandard.
These are the North-West Railway's ballast hoppers, which originally appeared in the illustrations of Railway Series book 42, 'Thomas and his Friends'. They are based on a 21-ton hopper, and come in both welded and riveted versions. The welded versions aren't as demanding, performance-wise.
This download includes versions with and without faces. The face versions also have scripted numbers on them.
Here we have the North-West Railway Mail Vans, as seen in 'Percy's Post'. They're based on an LMS diagram 1870 van. Included are two versions, one of which has scripted
Here we have a well wagon for the North-West Railway. The design is mostly based on the Great Western 'Crocodile C' wagon, with some slight tweaks.
It does have three load points - one in the middle of the deck, and two halfway between the middle and the end. Load queues are set up for all three.
Here we have the three-axle coaches originally used on the Wellsworth & Suddery Railway. These are fully loadable. The pack includes three coaches - first-class, third-class and
third-class with guard's compartment.
This is Brian, one of the brakevans from the Wellsworth & Suddery Railway. When the Kirk Ronan branch was closed, he was shunted into the shed at the docks there and forgotten about. He was rediscovered by Sheffield in 1994. Following his restoration, he was assigned to Sheffield.
These are the brakevans which were used on the Wellsworth & Suddery Railway, before it was merged into the NWR. This download includes them in both W&S and NWR lettering.
They're based on the LNWR 'Diagram 18' 20-ton brakevan.