Revolution Trains has opened the order book for its forthcoming Cemflo/PCV cement wagons being produced in association with Accurascale.
CAD work is complete and the model is now ready to go to tooling.
The models will feature NEM couplers in kinematic sockets and numerous separately fitted parts. We believe they will maintain the high standards set by our award-winning Class B tankers.
Revolution is offering pre-TOPS versions in silver with the attractive Blue Circle name boards in four triple packs (A, B, C and D) making a total of 12 differently numbered models available.
TOPS versions are also being offered, in silver with no name boards, in three different triple packs. These are more suitable from the mid 1970s on. Each wagon features subtle differences in the colour, style and position of the number.
Livery diagrams for each pack can be found on the order page here
In their original livery the wagons could be seen with steam locomotives and diesels across the network. One of the most celebrated workings of the 1960s was the traffic between Cliffe, in Kent, to Uddingstone, near Glasgow, a turn which often involved pair of Class 33 locomotives reaching as far north as Dconaster – something of a rarity in the days of steam.
As ever, we can only proceed to tooling and sampling once we receive enough orders, so please don’t delay and order your Cemflos now!