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GWR Loriot M  Diagram G14
Lowmac Machinery Wagon
- Skill Builder Kit -

  PROTOTYPE. The Loriot M was built from 1927 and was the last design of well wagon with end platforms built by the GWR. These wagons were intended to carry agricultural machinery, traction engines and other heavy road vehicles.

  They were designed so that a vehicle could be driven onto the wagon from an end loading dock and then sit within the well of the wagon, chained into place using the securing holes in the wagons side curb rail.

  This enabled tall road vehicles to remain within the loading gauge. These wagons ran in service well into British Railways days as Lowmac WM.

  KIT. This is a very straightforward kit with some push out rivet detail, a few parts requiring simple folding and a few small parts make this an interesting project.

  The instructions are comprehensive with a written text describing construction step by step and detailing tools and techniques used.

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Kit Reference Code
PMK - 1
Kit Price £52.00
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- Additional Components Required to Complete -
- Wheels -
1 Pack (2 X axles) 3'1" 3 Hole Disc Wagon Wheels
(Slater's Catalogue Number 7122). Available From
Slater’s Plastikard, Old Road, Darley Dale, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2ER, Telephone 01629 734053, Fax 01629 732235.
Approximate Cost of Completing The Model
Kit - £52.00 + Slater's Wheels - £12.50 = £64.50
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  Downloading the instruction booklet will allow you to evaluate the kit and its construction and help you to determine its suitability for yourself and your project.
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