Modelling The Sou-West 2-6-0 Mogul aka Austrian Goods - We are working on a development with a model kit producer to offer a model in 7mm/ O gauge of the Class 403, known erroneously as the Austrian Goods. Watch this space for further news. If interested please contact the Treasurer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are also plans around the cupboard door wagons used by many Scottish railway companies, pre grouping. Since the sad demise of Mercian models the G&SWR class 45 is no longer available, and the DJH kit of the Manson 4-6-0 is a sought after kit!
Agenoria (now CSP Models) produced a kit of an 0-4-0ST Peckett locomotive - the G&SWR used one at Ayr harbour and it was later transferred by the LMS to work The Gleneagles Hotel branch. Although close, there are some differences between this engine and the Peckett W4 recently produced by Hornby in 00.
The Association produced a kit for the 8 Class 4-4-0 in 4mm sadly it is no longer available and we no longer have the moulds.
We do not have any more kits available. Just Like the Real Thing produced several variations of Manson bogie coaches. The Furness Model Company produce a van kit in 7mm. When the LMS was formed in 1923 by amalgamation of the Caledonian Railway and the G&SWR (and others) it did not take long for the G&SWR locos to be replaced. This meant that by around 1936 former G&SWR locos were no more. Thus did mean taht the LMS standard designs - Fowler 2P 440s, Fowler 4F goods engines, former Midland Compounds and the "Crab" 2-6-0s (known on the Sou'west as Moguls) were common to see on the lines, as well as former Caledonian locos. The intense suburban traffic saw Fowler, and later Stanier and Fairburn 2-6-4 tank engines. All of these are available in OO ready to run, and sourceable in O gauge. Even N gauge allows for a good representation of the Sou west. Larger locos including Black Fives, Jubilee and the British Railways Standard classes are available and eminently suitable.