3D Printed Tyneside EMU stock

 

 

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NER Tyneside Electrics  
NER D90 Luggage Motor Composite Carriage



Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Introduced in 1904.Withdrawn in 1938. 
NER D90A Luggage Motor Composite Carriage (second driving position)



Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Introduced in 1904.Withdrawn in 1938.

Requires chassis,wheels etc

NER D91 Motor Third with 1 driver's compartment

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Introduced in 1904.Withdrawn in 1938. 

Requires chassis,wheels etc

NER D92 Trailer third

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Introduced in 1904.Withdrawn in 1938. 

Requires chassis,wheels etc

NER D92A Driving Trailer third

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Introduced in 1904.Withdrawn in 1938. 

Requires chassis,wheels etc

 

NER D98 Luggage Motor Composite Carriage



Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Introduced in 1904.Withdrawn in 1938. 


Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D99 Trailer Third with2 driver's compartments
(Same body as D96 and D97)


Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Introduced in 1904.Withdrawn in 1938. 


Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D100 Motor Luggage Van

The NER introduced 2 motor parcels vans to handle parcels and fish traffic on their Tynemouth branches in 1904. They were fitted with adjustable buffers so could haul other stock, an were used to top and tail sets of coaches known as the Controlled Set. 
These two were withdrawn in 1938 and used as de-icing vans up till 1950s. One unit 900730 has been preserved. 

Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D172 Motor Luggage Van

The NER introduced 2 motor parcels vans to handle parcels and fish traffic on their Tynemouth branches in 1904. They were fitted with adjustable buffers so could haul other stock, an were used to top and tail sets of coaches known as the Controlled Set. 
These two were withdrawn in 1938 and used as de-icing vans up till 1950s. One unit 900730 has been preserved. 

Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D175 Motor Third (1909)

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Initially introduced in 1904.More designs added later. Withdrawn in 1938. 


Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D192 Motor Composite (1912)

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Initially introduced in 1904.More designs added later. Withdrawn in 1938. 


Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D202/D206 Trailer Third (1914/1915)

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Initially introduced in 1904.More designs added later. Withdrawn in 1938. 
The D202 was a rebuild of one one the D92 coaches damaged in Manors accident, the D206 was a production version to same design

Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D203 Motor Third (1914)

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Initially introduced in 1904.More designs added later. Withdrawn in 1938. 
The D202and D203 were rebuilds of one one the D92 and D91 coaches damaged in Manors accident, the D206 was a production version to same design as D202.

Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D208 Motor Composite (1915)

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Initially introduced in 1904.More designs added later. Withdrawn in 1938. 


The D208 was the final design with clerestory roof. 

Requires chassis,wheels etc
1920 replacement stock (After depot fire)  
NER D218 Trailer third



One of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.




Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D218 Driving Trailer third


Modified version of one of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.




Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D219 Luggage Motor Composite

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Initially introduced in 1904.

One of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.





Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D219 Luggage Motor Composite

Modified version of one of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.




Requires chassis,wheels etc

NER D220 Luggage Motor Composite

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Initially introduced in 1904.

One of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.


Requires chassis,wheels etc

 

NER D220 Luggage Motor Composite(1938)

Modified version of one of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.




Requires chassis,wheels etc

 

NER D221 Motor third


One of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.




Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D221 Motor third(1938)



Modified one of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.




Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D222 Motor Luggage Van

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Initially introduced in 1904.

Introduced in 1921 after replacement coaches built in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.




Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D222 Motor Luggage Van(1938)

Part of the NER fleet of electric passenger trains for Tyneside. Initially introduced in 1904.

Introduced in 1921 after replacement coaches built in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.

Modified as part of 1938 upgrade for South Shields line



Requires chassis,wheels etc

NER D223 Motor third


One of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.




Requires chassis,wheels etc
NER D223 Motor third (1938)


Modified one of the replacement coaches introduced in 1920 to replace the stock destroyed in depot fire. Design based on improved versions of original stock but with semi eliptical roof instead of clerestory roof. 
These were rebuilt in 1938 to run on newly electrified South Shields line, and some survived into 1950swhen they were replaced by Eastleigh built EMU stock.




Requires chassis,wheels etc
ex NER/LNER Pram Van Conversions



In 1950s 4 coaches had extra central doors added to improve access for holiday people with prams. 

These ones started out as d218 trailer third coaches which had beed modified in 1938 witha driver compartment. 

Another coach was converted, this time one which had started out as a d221 motor third, and had its motor removed in 1938, but retained its driver controls. 

Requires chassis,wheels etc

 
NER D218 Pram van conversion

 

Requires chassis,wheels etc

NER D221 Pram van conversion

 

Requires chassis,wheels etc

 

LNER Tyneside Electrics

The LNER electric units were electric multiple units that ran on the Tyneside Electrics, a suburban system around Newcastle upon Tyne. In 1937 the London and North Eastern Railway received articulated twin passenger electric units to replace the NER electric units that had been built in 1904–15 by the North Eastern Railway. The order including some single-unit motor luggage vans and single-unit passenger cars.

Four versions of articulated twin were built:
Type A - motor 3rd + trailer 3rd (driving)
Type B - luggage motor 3rd + trailer 1st (driving)
Type C - motor 3rd + trailer 3rd (non-driving) 
Type D - luggage motor 3rd + trailer 1st (non-driving) 
Types A and B could be used as 2-car sets but Types C and D, with no driving cabs in the trailers, would be made up into longer sets with up to eight cars

 

 
LNER-luggage 3rd-motor-coach
Suitable for Type B or D articulated pair

This is one half of an articulated unit, a third class with luggage space, and driver position.
Requires chassis/bogies

LNER-driver-trailer 1st-coach
Suitable for Type B articulated pair


This is one half of an articulated unit, a first class trailer with driver position.
Requires chassis/bogies

LNER-driver 3rd-coach
suitable for Type A or C articulated pair


This is one half of an articulated unit, a third class coach with driver position.

Same body for both motor and non motor versions. 
Requires chassis/bogies

 
LNER-trailer 3rd-coach
suitable for Type C articulated pair

This is one half of an articulated unit, a third class trailer coach without driver position.
Requires chassis/bogies

LNER-trailer 1st-coach
suitable for Type D articulated pair

This is one half of an articulated unit, a first class trailer coach without driver position.
Requires chassis/bogies

LNER-single luggage 3rd-motor-coach

This is one of the single car units, a third class with luggage space, and driver positions.
Requires chassis/bogies
LNER-single luggage motor-coach

This is one of the single car units, a luggage van, and driver positions. These could pull other wagons and coaches.
Requires chassis/bogies
 
  BR Eastleigh built EMU and Motor Luggage Van HERE

Pictures are just for reference, not of specific scaled model. 

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All 3D printed designs by Simon Dawson (Rue d'Étropal) , currently produced to order by Shapeways. Just follow links to Shapeways pages.

 

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