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Collett BR Crimson/Cream Composite W7014 'N' 2P-000-033

Collett BR Crimson/Cream Composite W7014 'N' 2P-000-033

Product Code: 111262
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Charles Collett (1871-1952) succeeded G.J Churchward as Chief Mechanical Engineer of the GWR in 1922.
Collett has been accredited more with the implementation of the locomotives designed and planned by his predecessor than of his own original works.
However, Collett made huge improvements on the manufacturing processes, design improvements and standardisation within the GWR.
This can perhaps be best appreciated on his design of the coaches of the GWR.
His Collett coaches were produced as a result if stringent testing and standardisation of the best bogie designs to ensure the carriages offered the best in ride and comfort.
Several Collett Coaches survive on heritage railways today.

All models feature:
* Highly detailed body, under-frame and bogies
* Light Bar Feature for fitting of an optional Dapol light bar
* NEM Couplings fitted as standard
* Fine application of livery and crest detail
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Collett BR Crimson/Cream Composite W7014 'N' 2P-000-033
Product Code:111262
Collett BR Crimson/Cream Composite W7014 'N' 2P-000-033
Charles Collett (1871-1952) succeeded G.J Churchward as Chief Mechanical Engineer of the GWR in 1922.
Collett has been accredited more with the implementation of the locomotives designed and planned by his predecessor than of his own original works.
However, Collett made huge improvements on the manufacturing processes, design improvements and standardisation within the GWR.
This can perhaps be best appreciated on his design of the coaches of the GWR.
His Collett coaches were produced as a result if stringent testing and standardisation of the best bogie designs to ensure the carriages offered the best in ride and comfort.
Several Collett Coaches survive on heritage railways today.

All models feature:
* Highly detailed body, under-frame and bogies
* Light Bar Feature for fitting of an optional Dapol light bar
* NEM Couplings fitted as standard
* Fine application of livery and crest detail
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