Ready to Run

The N Gauge Society produces a large number of kits and ready to run items all available to members of the Society. These can be purchased from the online shop or through mail order or from the stand at major shows.


Ready to Run

Hunslet Shunter

The Hunslet industrial 0-6-0 Shunter is the NGS’s first powered ready-to-run offering. Many of these locomotives were built from the 1960s onwards and saw use in many industrial locations. Some are still in use with more preserved.

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Ferryvan

he N Gauge Society’s next RTR model – the popular BR Ferryvan – has reached another milestone with the final approval of the CAD drawings.  


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Carflats

Hundreds of Carflats were produced from redundant coach chassis from the 1950’s and many remained in service until almost the end of the last century.

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Thompson Full Brake

In 1947 the LNER built 25 of these carry luggage on the Flying Scotsman and other crack East Coast expresses.


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Inspection Saloon

During the 1940s the LMS constructed several 50′ saloons to enable senior managers, engineers and the railway’s guests the opportunity to inspect the line in style!

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Queen Mary Brakevan


The Queen Mary Brake Van dates from 1936 when they were introduced by the Southern Railway. The name derives from the size of the van (when compared with the similarly named large ocean liner of the time)


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Independent Snowplough

The BR Independent Snowplough dates from the 1960’s but with some still in service with Network Rail. These models are out of stock at present.

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Stove R

The LMS Stove R saw service with the LMS, British Railways and BR. Built in the 1930s the Stove R was a 6 wheeled gangwayed guard’s brake van. These models are out of stock at present.


Ready to Plant

St Ives Corn Exchange

Ready to plant models of the St Ives Corn Exchange Building.