Darstaed D23-5-2 7mm Finescale O Gauge BR 57' Mk1 Suburban Second Open W/Lav. (SLO) Coach, BR Un-lined Maroon


Now in stock and ready for immediate dispatch is one of the superb and eagerly anticipated Darstaed Mk1 Suburban coaches.

This model depicts an SLO (Second Open With Lavatory) coach and is finished in professionally painted and lined BR maroon livery.

We have recently created a 'Projects' page on these coaches which includes a little history, what ran where, and the years liveries were introduced. To view this, click HERE.

Multi-Buy Discounts

10% off Darstaed Coaches when buying 3 or more!

You can mix and match any of the Darstaed Mk1 Mainline, BG, Suburban & Thompson coaches to qualify for the discount.

Simply add three or more coaches to your basket and the discount will be automatically applied.


These coaches come with a very impressive specification list, see below for all details:

New Feature: These coaches now come with a pack of super detailed plastic painted hinges. These will have the shape of the brass hinge inset on the reverse side, and will allow you, with a small amount of glue, to attach them over the standard brass hinges.

Brass luggage racks

Scale length with full finescale detailing

Finely detailed brass sides - professionally painted

Coach ends and roofs in finely detailed plastic

Fully detailed die-cast under-frame

Sprung link couplings - easily changed for other coupling types

Super detailed interiors with lighting

Brand new die-cast Mk1 bogies with scale wheels

Capable of running on Peco 40.5" track

Sprung metal buffers

Brake Ends and Full Brakes with detachable working (plug in) rear light.

Finescale wheels fitted (According to GOG and NEM 310 specifications)

Also included will be a sheet of prototypical running numbers for you to apply as you see fit.


We can offer a weathering/numbering service on all Darstaed Mk1 coaches. To view pricing information and available options please visit the website byclicking here.

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