Using the drawings in Jim Snowden's seminal work, "Met Rly Rolling Stock", I have produced resin bodies with WM Axleboxes/springs and accurate LT-type Lost wax buffers for the 1890s build of 9ft6in WB 3-plank wagon as well as the 9ft WB 5-plank high-sided open goods and the modified version with 6 planks used as Neasden power station ash/slurry wagons.
These bodies are designed to fit Bill Bedford's sets of etched W-irons and etched brake gear; These now being readily available from the Eileen's Emporium website. Slaters 7120 wheelset [3ft 1in split-spoke] is the preferred wheelset.
A cruelly-enlarged picture of the completed test build dressed up to look like the preserved 3-plank wagon at Acton is below.
These wagon bodies will be available through Radley Models imminently if not sooner.
Thank you for those kind words. It has already been scaled down to 1/76.2 for an individual doing a scalefour project. So he effectively owns the rights to the 1/76.2 master and the rights to have resin copies made from it. However, that applies solely to the 3-plank wagon. The 5plank and 6plank wagons [which would not look out of place on a Watford tip working behind a red pannier..... ] are "up for grabs". Send Radley Models an e-mail if you feel that they are something people would be interested in.