General Steam Navigation limited edition wagon range increases with new Ailsa Troon open wagons wagon in 00 Gauge marking the anniversary of the building of the Medway Queen Paddle Steamer. Produced in cooperation with the Medway Queen Preservation Society.
In the 1930s the General Steam Navigation Company (GSN) worked closely with the New Medway Steam Packet Company and in 1936 acquired the New Medway Company outright. These new wagons are part of the cooperation between the General Steam Navigation Locomotive Restoration Society and the Medway Queen Preservation Society, based on Gillingham Pier.
The paddle steamer, Medway Queen, was built by the Ailsa Shipbuilding Company of Troon and launched on St. George’s Day (23rd April) 1924, the two societies have commissioned a further joint batch of 00 7 Plank Open Wagons in an Ailsa Troon livery in either green or brown with coal load from Dapol to mark the anniversary.
Sales will directly help the restoration of locomotive 21c11 / 35011, General Steam Navigation, and of PS Medway Queen.
The post and packing price is the same for buying a single wagon or both colour versions together.
These and all our Limited Edition wagons are available from the General Steam Navigation website online store at https://35011gsn.co.uk/online-shop.html