This expansion tells a part of the story of the more than 24,000 21T hoppers built by British Railways to several different diagrams over the 10 years from 1949. These wagons were a continuation of a former LNER design, with some of the earliest examples featuring the long brake lever and single-sided brakes of late LNER examples and also riveted bodywork.

This expansion features the final form of unfitted 21T coal hopper built by British Railways when a considerable number of unfitted hoppers built to what is regarded as the standard diagram (1/146) were given new welded bodies to a revised style featuring only two bodyside ribs. The wagons are supplied in unfitted grey and fitted brown liveries with clean and weathered versions which are further enhanced by loaded and empty versions of each with suitably modified physics to match the load state.

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