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Plan - Welsh Truckle Cart 1/8th Scale
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The earliest form of wheel such as was evolved in the Near East, thousands of years ago is perpetuated on this simple vehicle.
It is typical of carts used on the Gower peninsular for harvesting bracken and hay.
Such vehicles represent the first stage in the development of wheeled transport from the sled or slide car. Learn More
Plan - Model Harness Intruction Sheet
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This set of 2 instuction sheets for making a harness for a model heavy horse was first published in conjunction with Lenham Pottery, and the patterns are sized to suit the 1/8th scale Lenham Pottery horses. The arrangement of a typical cart or waggon shaft harness and of a trace harness suitable for a plough horse are illustrated. The patterns enable a harness to be made from leather and brass wire etc. Learn More
Plan - Market Float 1/12th Scale
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Built in 1909 by Brookes of Gloucester, this was a very showy outfit for taking produce to market, painted in red and blue.
The spindled sides give the vehicle a lighter appearance, but it is actually quite large and heavy, and would have been used on occasion for sheep and pigs as well as for vegetables and for the farmer's personal transport.
Also available in 1/8th scale JT45A. Learn More
Plan - Market Float 1/8th Scale
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Built in 1909 by Brookes of Gloucester, this was a very showy outfit for taking produce to market, painted in red and blue.
The spindled sides give the vehicle a lighter appearance, but it is actually quite large and heavy, and would have been used on occasion for sheep and pigs as well as for vegetables and for the farmer's personal transport.
Also available in 1/12th scale JT45B. Learn More
Plan - Wiltshire Dung Cart 1/12th Scale
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This cart is small but strongly built, and is a nice shape, flaring up at the rear and tapering to the front.
These features helped in handling the dense, compact load.
This cart is painted blue with red wheels and shafts.
Also available in 1/8th scale JT3A. Learn More
Plan - Wiltshire Dung Cart 1/8th Scale
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This cart is small but strongly built, and is a nice shape, flaring up at the rear and tapering to the front.
These features helped in handling the dense, compact load.
This cart is painted blue with red wheels and shafts.
Also available in 1/12th scale JT3B. Learn More
Plan - Northumberland Harvest Cart 1/12th Scale
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The North of England does not have the variety of farm waggons found in the South, but to compensate for this their carts are very large, well made and, in this example, really elegant.
Note the light open spindled sides a nicely curved rails.
Also 1/8th scale JT36A. Learn More
Plan - Northumberland Harvest Cart 1/8th Scale
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The North of England does not have the variety of farm waggons found in the South, but to compensate for this, their carts are very large, well made, and in this example, really elegant.
Note the light open spindled sides, and nicely curved rails.
Also 1/12th scale JT36B. Learn More
Plan - Surrey Dung Cart 1/8th Scale
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It embodies all the features of a typical village dung cart, before it was replaced by factory made vehicles, and incorporates the names of parts as given by George Sturt.
I do not know of any surviving example of such a cart in it's original condition, but all the details of it's structure are shown on this plan.
Also available 1/12th scale. Learn More

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