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Quarry / Mine Industrial Conveyor


"Used for various construction and quarry jobs around the world. These Industrial Conveyors are designed to transport rock, soils, sand, gravel, coal, concrete, construction & demolition debris to various locations and sorting plant. Some construction projects around the world have been known to have conveyor systems moving material for miles to another location".

"On the western edge of the Sahara Desert, a 61-mile-long white line cuts across the sand. This conspicuous line is the world's longest conveyor belt system, which traverses Western Sahara's desert from the Bou Craa phosphate mine to the coastal town of El Marsa near Laayoune"


Bridge Conveyor 

Height =27mm

Length =88mm


Ramp Conveyor 

Height = 27mm

Length 98mm


Long Conveyor 

Height = 8mm

Lenght = 78mm


Rock Crusher Conveyor

Height 16.5mm

Length =85mm


Short Conveyor 

Height 8mm

Length = 37mm





Designed so our bridge conveyor system can feed dirrectly into the crushing or screening machines or static screening building as shown.


Also our wheeled loader 'raised bucket' will fit niceley over the dump zone of the rock crusher conveyor.


(Please note the red plant machines, and grey static screening building, and wheel loader in the representative photo's, are available in our other listings and not part of the conveyor set)



This listing is for our PAINTED & WEATHERED set.

(We also offer unpainted variations of all our models at a much lower price in our other listings!)



Quarry / Mine Industrial Conveyor (N Scale Gauge Model)

  • Detailed resin models that have been hand finished ready for your layout.

    No gluing or painting required.

    (Please allow for slight variations in paint/finish)

    Detailed scale models for collectors – Not for children

    (N Gauge / Scale) 1:148 scale.

  • Unless specified - figures & background sceneary are not included, they are for representation of a scene. 

    However models that state "with operator/driver/figure" do come with the figure shown fixed within the model.


    Any questions please ask!

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