Said to be approaching tooling stage, the manufacturer progresses its forthcoming wagon project, opening the books for customers to place deposits.
Cavalex Models has said that pre-ordering for its PHA/JGA bogie aggregate hopper wagons is now available via its website. Its wagons are being offered in three liveries suitable for the 1990s to present day. Commenting on the progress, the manufacturer said, "we are excited to announce that we have opened pre-orders for our PHA/JGA bogie stone hopper wagon [...] we are very excited to see this project move to the next stage."
Production timescales and estimated arrival in the UK will be provided once tooling commences. The manufacturer is proposing models in three liveries:
Behind, - Bardon Aggregates livery white and blue, suitable for the late-1990s to mid-2010s, with Bardon Hill Quarries green and yellow as worn from new until the early 2000s, foremost.
The modern unbranded mid-grey body side and weathered chassis is suitable for the 2014 to present day period.
Following introduction in 1990, the prototype wagons have seen use from the Bardon Hill Quarry in Leicestershire to terminals in East Anglia, the South of England, The Western region and up to Tinsley in Sheffield. For updates on the models, current pricing and delivery timescales, visit the Cavalex website.