E203 P&D MARSH Horse drawn dray with high drivers seat - N Gauge - unpainted
Picture includes illustration of model when completed
Throughout the first half of the twentieth century the horse and dray was a common sight in the country, towns and cities. They were used by everyone from the small local business, large brewers and manufacturers to the big railway companies.
The drays varied little in appearance, this design had large wheels all around and a high seat for the driver allowing him a good view in traffic.
This type of design was favoured by the LMS.
Model includes parts to make one dray together with driver and horse.
Requires some assembly and painting.