The rolling stock comprised of a rather limited and slightly unbalanced range of stock.
There were two express passenger steam locomotives, two tank steam locomotives and a diesel shunter. The coaching stock consisted of BR standard express and local coach. Trucks consisted of milk and oil tankers (using the same mould), box vans, cattle trucks, coal wagons, brake vans, short and long flat trucks. Later, trans-continental railway stock was introduced.
All rolling stock and track had Lone Star Locos and Made In England in high relief somewhere on the underside or inside.
There was a limited range of track, curves and straights, and left and right handed same radius points.
Track side accessories included station, signal box, semaphore signals and lights. Also, piers for an overbridge, including lattice work sides.
A range of buildings in moulded plastic and road vehicles also were developed.