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KUA Nuclear Flask Carrier Twin Pack

SKU ACC2400KUA
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$167.00
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A twin-pack of both KUA Nuclear flask wagons in OO.
2021 Hornby Magazine 'Best wagon of the Year' in OO
 
These impressive wagons were built by Bombardier/Prorail of Wakefield in 1998 and designed to carry spent nuclear fuel from Royal Navy nuclear submarines from their bases at Devonport and Rosyth to Sellafield for disposal and typically ran with double headed Class 37/6 locomotives (also available from Accurascale here)
 
Specification:
  • Highly detailed, accurate scale model
  • Factory-fitted detail parts (brake pipes, lamp irons, etc.)
  • Factory-fitted etched metal details where required
  • Factory-fitted pipework
  • Sprung metal buffers
  • Fully detailed under-frame
  • Blackened metal 12mm disc wheels on metal axles, RP25.110 profile sets with 14.4mm back to backs and 26mm over pinpoints
  • NEM coupler pockets fitted on 'kinematic' mounts with narrow tension lock couplers provided
  • Multiple die-cast chassis parts for ideal weight over axles
  • Length of Wagon, buffer to buffer of 325mm (650mm for the pair of wagons)


Customer Reviews

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Anthony W.
Extremely well detailed

This completely lived up to my expectations, the detail is amazing and it looks fantastic when running on the layout. Worth every penny.

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Stephen Green
KUA Quality

I have literally just run the twin set as I am rebuilding my layout. The pair have negotiated six short radius Peco points on a bend without any difficulty. Great super detailed models.

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DAVID MARTIN
DRS BY ACCURASCALE, ONLY THE BEST.

ALL YOUR ITEMS ARE TO A SUPERB STANDARD, WELL WORTH THE WAIT, THANK YOU...............................

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Simon Fletcher
Utterly stunning

These are magnificent models. With such a long service life, you’ve got quite a wide range of locos to choose from and still be representative. As with most DRS subjects, you’ve also got a great opportunity to refine your double-heading or top and tailing too. That said, just coupled to a DRS 66 looks spectacular! They are reassuringly heavy, but this only adds to the way that they move; just trundling around seems better than main line speed. The detail as many have observed is outstanding; I could stare at these for hours. I guess lots of us are yearning for a pair of escort coaches now…….

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Craig W.
Great model

Great model of a unique and unusual prototype. Well made and accurate

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Danny Impey
KUA nuclear flask wagons

By far the best accurascale product to date, purchased mine from rails of Sheffield as it was sold out here at accurascale although quite pricey but well worth every penny as it looks absolutely stunning on my layout fantastic weight to them and extremely highly detailed 10 out of 10 top marks

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J.W.
Great Detailed Models

Just received my KUA wagons and they are super detailed and look fantastic on the layout. Great product!

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Richard Bell
KUA Nuclear Flask Wagons

Very high Quality model very pleased better value than the larger model company’s Products Hornsby and Bachman?
Waiting for the Deltic which I expect will be brilliant, if these wagons are anything to go by I hope you continue to produce these high quality products.

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Karl
Outstanding

At the risk of coping everybody else. The product is amazing quality. Weight, colour, running and detail. It's got it all and some. Cant wait for the rest of the products I've ordered

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Rowdy
Amazing detail

As I'm still in the process of designing my next layout, I've only taken them out of the box to have a quick look.

Postage to Australia was very fast (surprisingly so), external packaging was excellent, and the actual box containing the wagons is fantastic! The only minor issue is that the two plastic halves of the inner shell took a bit of force to separate, bending somewhat in the process. This does not appears to have affected the wagons at all.

The wagons themselves are very heavy - very heavy indeed, but due to their free-running wheels should not be an issue for a reasonable loco to haul around.

The detail is amazing, from the underframe, decals, bogies, safety railings - these would be a great addition to any layout.