Category:Countryside Series

From The Brighton Toy and Model Index
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Countryside Series

1961 -     

The Tri-ang Countryside Series was a collection of buildings meant to accompany 00-gauge model railways (and shown in the Tri-ang Railways catalogue), made, rather oddly, of hollow moulded rubber.

They were manufactured by Young and Fogg, a rubber moulding company that had just been acquired by Lines Brothers.

The Countryside Series was a followup to a smaller range of physically larger gauge 0-compatible rubber buildings, the Cotswold Village Series.

Range

  • R.176 – Tunnel – Single Track
  • R.181 – High Level Embankment
  • R.182 – Set of two Cuttings
  • R.183 – Inclined Embankment, 1st Rise
  • R.184 – Inclined Embankment, 2nd Rise
  • R.185 – Inclined Embankment, 3rd Rise
  • R.360 – Windmill
  • R.361 – Church
  • R.362 – Oast House
  • R.363 – Forge
  • R.364 – Gas holder
  • R.365 – Barn
  • R.366 – Pair of Haystacks
  • R.367 – Thatched Cottage
  • R.368 – Inn
  • R.369 – Village Store
  • R.370 – Farm Cottage
  • R.371 – Factory
  • R.372 – Oil Tank
  • R.373 – Coal Dump
  • R.374 – Vicarage
  • R.375 – Terraced House
  • R.376 – Countryside Accessory Pack. Comprising TV aerial, Weathercock, Lightning conductor, Inn sign Store nameboard and Ladder

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Media in category ‘Countryside Series’

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