Weathering Items

Most rolling stock gets dirty or dusty and is only clean the day it is rolled into service. I can weather your rolling stock to any standard you want for a fixed price per item.

The way it works is you send me your wagons with all your details and your contact number then I ring you and we discuss to what level you want them weathered or even renumbered.

Every wagon is weathered in a different way so know one wagon is the same.

For example;

All items renumbered @ £2.85 ea you supply the relevant number sheet transfers all unused numbers returned with order. Return postage at cost.

Or I can custom number items making up your own numbers etc using my drawing software as I do on the military wagon and freightliner containers containers and special built wagons ie distillery wagons or customised factory names numbers etc.

Goods Wagons weathered £2.85ea plus return postage at cost see the list at the bottom of the page.

Carriages all types weathered £2.85ea plus return postage at cost.

Locos all types weathered £3.75 ea plus return postage at cost


Weights up to 1kg £2.90

Weights from 1kg to 2kg £4.20

Weights from 2kg to 5kg £5.99

All are returned sent and tracked by Hermes Courier.

Some example pictures shown below;

A 21ton hopper heavily weathered.

A weathered Regent B type tanker.
A 10 ton banana van to be used as a barrier wagon.
An 0 Gauge pannier tank loco with medium weathering.
A 16 Ton Mineral wagon heavily weathered.
20 ton B type tanker lightly weathered.
A 21 ton wagon heavily weathered.
Two War Department N gauge wagons one heavily weathered, the other one lightly weathered.
This medium weathered tender belongs to a really nice customer based up in Norfolk.
Same tender just buffer beam view
Same customer different tender heavily weathered.
Same tender as above but back view.
Same order but a medium weathered Loco body also a number change.
same as above but a buffer beam view.
A lightly weathered respray from green also recrested and renumbered.
Same as above with buffer beam view
This loco has been heavily weathered probably used at the end of the steam era.
Again the heavily weathered loco but the interesting thing was when researching that the buffer beams were always no matter what state the loco kept in good or moderate order.
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