To many people this is the epitome of the english farm waggon- other types may be more elegant, but this survival from the days of village craftsmen seems to be a real expression of folk art.
I was lucky to find an example which retains all the features of the early traditional types- wooden axles,straked wheels, wooden side spindles and a long boarded floor laid on keys.
It was probably built about 1830 and was repainted in 1918.
It has not been renovated, and this has been an advantage to me in preparing the plans, as details of the original contruction are clear to see.
Also available in 1/8th scale JT18A.