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Rolling Stock

Every train must have something to pull along behind it! The MTS range of rolling stock covers everything you need for a complete train. Our carriages are all built with solid steel frames, 100% closed side-boards and soft padded seats for safety and comfort.

Our design and construction methods have been proven on both club operations, and twenty years of commercial operations at The Train Shed.

 
 
7.25in Enclose side carriage series    

For our 7.25" Customers, we have a range of Passenger Cars, with strong and reliable designs which have been proven in commerical use at The Train Shed, for over ten years. View full details...

5in Low seat straddle carriage series    

Our 5" low seat straddle carriages are built using quality equipment and a proven design, they incorporate many features making riding comfortable and ownership worry-free. View full details...

5in High seat straddle carriage series    

The extra height of our 5" high seat straddle driving and guard carriages give a more comfortable ride height for those on the trains all day. View full details...

7.25in Straddle carriage series    

Driver comfort and accessibility is practical and safe with our 7.25" straddle driving carriages. View full details...

MTS Works Rollingstock    

Need a flatcar for the yard? A tanker or gondola? MTS can build works rollinstock to suit your needs. View full details...

Maxitrak Rollingstock    

We can import Maxitrak Rollingstock to suit your needs. View full details...

MRC Insulated Ice-van From AU$2,220
MRC Insulated Ice-van    

Increasing speed limits resulted in a new ice-cooled insulated van design being developed, so from 1932 to 1950 249 insulated vans with Ice cooling were built as the NSWGR MRC Vans. View full details...

MLE / UME Flat Wagon From AU$1,495
MLE / UME Flat Wagon    

Over 500 MLE and UME 45' flat wagons were built in the 1940s and 1950s to carry increasing large-format heavy loads, as part of modernisations of the freight rollingstock in NSW. View full details...