Victorian Railways

KQ Container Wagon

 The KQ container wagons were first introduced in 1969 as a stop gap measure until further FQX container wagons could be built. They were constructed on IZ (RY) wagon frames. A total of 60 wagons were built between 1969 and 1973. The model reflects the first 30 wagons built at Bendigo workshops. They were designed to carry a single 20’ container, many were permanently fitted with a MC cattle container as shown in Rob O’Regan’s picture above.

The two new packs shown below include three KQ container and two GY open wagons. These carry all new road numbers.

Model Features:

  • Highly detailed Ready-to-Run 1/87 scale model

  • Factory painted and decorated

  • Injection moulded high quality plastic bodywork

  • Full brake rigging and underfloor detail



  • Semi scale metal wheels

  • Genuine Kadee scale head whisker coupler 

  • 18” Minimum radius recommended











Sold-out Packs released in 2012: