That's one of their latest 'dogfish' wagons. However, the sample shown has has some work carried out on it (such as thinning down the top lip and weathering) by Maurice (who is the proprietor of Osborn's Models).
But overall it is true that recent new releases of N gauge models are of great quality that is a massive step change improvement over older and more rudimentary stock. Such models include the class 73s, 66s, and M7 locos, Collette coaches and dogfish wagons from Dapol, HAA MGR wagon from Peco, class 66, Super BGs and range of old style trucks from Bachmann and new wagon kit (RMC/Halls JGA/PHA bogie hopper) from the NGS. It's well worth taking a look at the current N gauge range and consider making a change to it.
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