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Plan - Costermonger's Barrow 1/8th Scale
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This is a barrow of the tradional London style, many of which are still in use today.
The barrows are usually hired out by the builders, who have their name carved on in several places to ensure the barrow does not go astray. Learn More
Plan - Milk Pram 1/8th Scale
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The beautiful little milk pram is typical of those which were used in towns all over Britian.
The plans detail the brass churn, the cans and measures. Learn More
Plan - Army General Service Waggon 1/18th Scale
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Thousand of these standard waggons were built in the First World War,for use as a transport vehicle in all theatres of war, and later many were sold as 'Army Surplus' and used on farms.
This plan includes side, front and rear elevations and plan views. Learn More
Book - A Portfolio Of Plans
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From the " Work- The Illustrated Weekly Journal For Mechanics" 1897. Various scales.
This journal published articles on how to make an astonishing variety of items.
Dimensioned plans were included as well as instructions.
For the person who wants to make full size vehicles I must point out that it is assumed that axles, springs etc will be purchased, and only the body contruction is described.
I have selected a number of plans including - Norfolk Cart,- Governess Cart, - Hawkers Cart, - Market Cart and Tumbril to make up this set. Learn More
Plan - Knackers Cart 1/12th Scale
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Although it might seem a strange subject for a model, the Knackers cart was often a highly decorative vehicle.
As well as the plans taken from an 1896 issue of the "Art Journal" I have included an illustration of a well decorative model. Learn More
Plan - Lancashire Coal Cart 1/10th Scale
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This cart is built especially strong, this on account of the rough setts with which so many of the Lancashire roads are paved,especially in the colliery districts.
As no horse could be expected to hold back a load of 2 tons on a hill, the cart has nave band brakes and the plan shows the mechanism in clear detail.
Removable extension boards are also shown, to allow for bulky loads of coke. Learn More

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