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Statement from Ixion Model Railways Ltd
The General Steam Navigation Locomotive Restoration Society has again cooperated with the Medway Queen Preservation Society to release the second 00 gauge railway wagon.
The limited-edition range of wagons have been produced to raise funds for both the General Steam Navigation Locomotive Restoration Society and the Medway Queen Preservation Society.
Dapol has produced the model and is based on the Conflat wagon in SR livery.
The containers are lettered General Steam Navigation, Blunsdon & Gillingham Pier (where both societies are located) and Number 11.
Two colours are available for the wagons, either red or blue.
These new wagons cost £16.95 and are available from the General Steam Navigation website.
The General Steam Navigation Locomotive Restoration Society is constructing Merchant Navy Class No. 35011, whilst the Medway Queen Preservation Society is restoring the last paddle steamer in the UK, Medway Queen.
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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