Sam Frysteen

Victorian Railways “GY” Freight Wagons Available in Packs of 5

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These “GY” open/grain wagons were the most common on our railways. With over 6000 of these wagons servicing the freight requirements of the Victorian Railways during the 1900’s they are a must have for any VR layout.

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Victorian Railways “K” Class Steam Locomotive

HO Scale

Posted in: Railway Museum

The ‘Consolidation’ 2-8-0 type K-Class locomotive was built at Newport workshops between 1922 to 1946. Mainly used on light branchlines generally with mixed traffic a total of 53 were built. Samhongsa created a beautiful steamer in a number of different versions including those now preserved with Steamrail Victoria.

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Victorian Railways “E” Passenger Cars & Vans

This exquisite model reflects the character of the this most regal of all wooden express passenger carriage. First built in 1909 they provided service until late 1980’s/early ’90s. Any passenger consist must include this elegant car on your layout.

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Victorian Railways “J” Class Steam Locomotive

HO Scale

Posted in: Railway Museum

The Victorian Railways “J” Class 2-8-0 Coal & Oil Burner locomotives were introduced into service between 1953 and 1954. The “J” was the second of the “Consolidation” design after the “K” Class. They were equally at home on fast goods, pick-up goods or passenger work either alone, or on heavy trains, double heading with another […]

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N.S.W.G.R. “42” Class Diesel Electric Locomotive

HO Scale

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The N.S.W.G.R. was soon to adopt these new mainliners as their “42” Class Co-Co units with the 6 class members being delivered by 1956.

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V/Line “A” Class Diesel Electric Locomotive

HO Scale

Posted in: Railway Museum

The V/Line “A” Class came in a number of liveries including the “A66” Bicentenary and Olympic versions. This particular model is proof that the EMD Bulldog will grace us with it’s presence for a long time yet.

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