Mark 1 Loco-Hauled Coaches

Prices per vehicle - 1: £8.00, 2: £12.00, 3: £16.00, 4: £20.00

There is an excellent range of Mark One coaches already available ready to run in N Gauge and Electra's range is intended to plug the gaps, with some much-requested coaches in Blue / Grey and Network SouthEast Liveries.

Designed to convert the Graham Farish Mk1 with the clear bodyshell (not the latest Blue Riband models), with colours that have been carefully selected to match the current Mk1 coaches.

Special Mark One Coaches

Cravens 1957 Prototype Mk1 Coach

Mk1 Cravens

Resembling Mk2 coaches, these two vehicles featured windows with double-glazing and Venetian blinds between the panes - later adopted on the Blue Pullmans. Available as Open First and Open Second in BR Maroon and Blue/Grey liveries.

Newton Chambers Car Carriers

Newton Chambers


Not actually coaches but built to match the Mk1s, these kits enable you to easily convert the Farish Mk1 into trhese distinctive vehicles. These car carriers were used on Intercity services on the Eastern Region from 1962 until 1986. Available in BR Maroon and Blue / Grey liveries with accurate lettering.

XP64 Prototype Coaches


Have their own page, here.

BRE-Leyland Bodied Mk1 Conversion - Coming Soon


An experiment by BR in 1982 to extend the life of the Mk1 coach with new bus-style bodywork from Leyland. Coach RDB977091 saw extensive service on Cross-Country services until preservation in 1986. I am still working on the details of this conversion.


Mark 1 Train Packs

West Highland Line

A much loved train from the 80s and 90s, these Mark 1s were repainted in LNER "Tourist" Green and Cream and used on the Glasgow - Fort William - Mallaig West Highland Line during the peak summer season. Initially owned and operated by ScotRail, these coaches passed to the Intercity Charter Unit and were based at Bounds Green in London off-season and could be seen anywhere on the BR network.

Individual coaches available for £8.00 each

Sealink Boat Train

These colourful Mark 1 coaches were used on the Glasgow - Stranraer boat train between 1982 and 1986 and could often be seen around the network on specials or relief services.

Prices per vehicle - 1: £8.00, 2: £12.00, 3: £16.00, 4: £20.00