BR Diesel Locomotives

British Rail diesel locomotives from 1957 to 1995. Green, blue and sector liveries.

Detailed N gauge model of the Clayton type 1 BR class 17 diesel locomotives. Ordered as the standard British Railways type 1 design the central cab offered the driver good visibility in either direction, including down to the corners of the loco for shunting. The Claytons were used on local goods train services in the Scottish lowlands and northern England into the early 1970s.
This model of D8523 is finished in BR rail blue livery with full yellow nose ends.
DCC Ready, Next18 decoder required for DCC operation. Fitted with directional lighting and supplied with optional 'front end' bufferbeam detailing pack.
£101.95
MRP £119.95
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(Product Ref 112410)
Detailed model of the BR class 33 BRCW 1,550bhp locomotives built for the Southern region and fitted with electric train heating supply from new to match the regions' electric multiple unit train fleet.
Model finished as 33112 Templecombe finished in BR 'heritage' blue livery, applied in 1987 when the locomotive was named to mark the success of the re-opening of Templecombe station.
£112.75
MRP £132.64

Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 43049)
A superbly detailed model of the stylish D1000 Western class diesel hydraulic locomotives built at Swindon and Crewe for BRs Western region.

Dapol have produced an excellent N scale model of the Westerns featuring a diecast chassis, centrally mounted 5-pole motor with drive to both bogies and all-wheel pickup. The bodyshell features etched roof grilles, separately fitted handrails and directional lighting.
 
DCC Ready. 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
NEM coupler pcokets for quick change to knuckle or Easi-Shunt couplers.
£108.80
MRP £128.02

Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 93118)

The Graham Farish models of the BR class 03 and similar 04 are excellent miniature recreations of the BR small 204bhp shunting engines. The bodyshells have a very high level of detailing with clear cab windows and designed provision for many detail differences. The mechanism is smooth running, even at slow shunting speeds and provides reliable operation with sufficient weight to allow for a suitable short train to be moved.

BR class 03 shunters were the standard 'small' shunting engines, fitted with Gardner 204bhp engines and mechanical transmissions. These engines were used at smaller shunting yards and to move wagons between the large marshalling yards and customers' sidings. These ecconomical little engines were also very popular with industrial users, the engines and gearboxes being familiar to many truck fitters and many have been sold to private operators and heritage railways.

Era 3.

£84.95
MRP £99.95

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(Product Ref 56777)
£97.70
MRP £114.95

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(Product Ref 30439)
A detailed model of the BR class 08 diesel shunting locomotive with the prototypes outside frames and flycranks nicely recreated.

BR class 08 was the standard heavy shunting locomotive built for British Railways, having been developed from 'large' type diesel shunters built in the late 1930s for the GWR, LMS and LNER. Fitted with a 350bhp engine the shunter is geared to provide a high tractive effort at low speed, giving the locomotives maximum speed of just 15mph. Sturdy construction has given the 08s very long lives, with many still active today.

Era 7 1971-1982. NEM coupler pockets.
£101.95
MRP £119.95

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(Product Ref 77365)

Joining the Graham Farish range in the future will be the Western regions' class 14 'Teddy Bear' diesel-hydraulic locomotive.

The models weigh over 50 grammes to enhance the tractive effort and are fitted with NEM coupling pockets. An accessory pack is also supplied that allows alternative buffer beam details

These 650bhp locomotives were designed as replacements for the GWR pannier tanks, with a top speed of 40mph allowing their use on local and branchline goods trains.

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(Product Ref 75868)
Joining the Graham Farish range in the future will be the Western regions' class 14 'Teddy Bear' diesel-hydraulic locomotive.

The models weigh over 50 grammes to enhance the tractive effort and are fitted with NEM coupling pockets.�An accessory pack is also supplied that allows alternative buffer beam details

These 650bhp locomotives were designed as replacements for the GWR pannier tanks, with a top speed of 40mph allowing their use on local and branchline goods trains.

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(Product Ref 4160)
Graham Farish Western regions' BR Class 14 'Teddy Bear' diesel-hydraulic locomotive.

The models weigh over 50 grammes to enhance the tractive effort and are fitted with NEM coupling pockets. An accessory pack, also supplied, allows alternative buffer beam details

This model carries the BR blue livery and TOPS number 14029. This livery was never applied to the class in BR service, but D9529 was painted in this scheme following preservation. Subsequently this locomotive has been used on the construction of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link and hired out for yard shunting duties on the 'mainline'.

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(Product Ref 25830)

Bachmann have completely updated the class 20 model for the Graham Farish range with new tooling for the chassis to incorporating a DCC decoder socket and new more detailed bodyshell.

Era 8. DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£106.20
MRP £124.95

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(Product Ref 46166)

Dapols model of the NBL class 22 type 2 diesel hydraulic locomotive presented in revised condition with headcode boxes.

Dapol class 22 number 6315 painted in BR green livery with small yellow warning panels and completed with a weathered finish.

£131.50
MRP £154.54

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(Product Ref 53876)

Dapols model of the NBL class 22 type 2 diesel hydraulic locomotive presented in late condition, with headcode boxes.

Dapol class 22 number 6328 painted in BR blue livery with full yellow ends.

£125.95
MRP £148.10

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(Product Ref 53877)

One of the first designs of diesel locomotive to enter service the Derby type 2, later class 24 took over from steam power on many classic branch lines.

This model is painted in the BR blue livery of the 1970s with TOPS number 24035. Following the closure of many minor routes the 24s were withdrawn during the 1970s and many remember these pioneers of diesel traction during their last years.

£110.45
MRP £129.95

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(Product Ref 77366)

One of the first designs of diesel locomotive to enter service the Derby type 2, later class 24 took over from steam power on many classic branch lines.


DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£118.95
MRP £139.95

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(Product Ref 51572)

British rail established a technical centre at Derby for the scientific investigation of many aspects of interest to the railway industry. The centre operated a number of special test trains looking into metallurgy (eg rail wear), vehicle dynamics and the dynamics of the wheel/rail interface, becoming a world-renown centre of excellence for scientific research. To power these test trains the RTC adopted several locomotives, including class 24 locomotive 24061, which received service stock number 97201 and the name Experiment along with the RTCs' blue and red paint scheme.
Retired in 1988, the sole remaining class 24 in BR service, 97201 was purchased for preservation.

The new Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge class 24 is an excellent model with fine detail and a smooth running chassis, complete with directional lighting..

Eras 7-8. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation. Directional lighting. NEM plug-in couplers. Length 104mm

£115.00
MRP £139.95

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(Product Ref 77368)

One of the first designs of diesel locomotive to enter service the Derby type 2, later class 24 took over from steam power on many classic branch lines.
This all new model from the Bachmann Graham Farish range is sure to be a popular addition to many modellers' locomotive fleets.

This model is painted in the BR standard BR green livery of the 1960s with original D series number, as seen when the new diesels shared duties with steam power.

Era 5. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation. Directional lighting. NEM plug-in couplers. Length 104mm.

£111.45
MRP £129.95

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(Product Ref 107609)
A detailed N gauge model of the BRCW type 2, later BR class 26 locomotive finished as D5316 in the original green livery carried while these locomotives were working in the London area and still seen on some locomotives after transfer to Scotland.
£112.75
MRP £132.66

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(Product Ref 87945)
A detailed N gauge model of the BRCW type 2, later BR class 26 locomotive finished as D5310 in green livery with small yellow warning panels. This was the later livery carried while the class was working on North London suburban services and when transferred to Scotland.
£112.75
MRP £132.66

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(Product Ref 94889)
A detailed model of the BRCW type 2 locomotive finished in BR rail blue as 26024 with West Highland terrier 'Scottie dog' / 'Westie' logos.

This model features Dapols smooth running super-creep motor and flywheel drive mechanism and directional lighting. Modern computer aided design technology enables accurate detailing of the bodyshell and careful tooling design accommodates the many individual differences between locomotives after many years in traffic.

Initially deployed on London suburban services to replace steam locomotives the class 26s found a long-term home in the highlands of Scotland where the class' reliability was greatly appreciated. Despite their moderate power (1160bhp) the class later found work in the freight sector, outlasting most other (and newer) BR type 2 locomotives.
£112.75
MRP £132.66

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(Product Ref 88098)
A detailed model of the BRCW type 2 BR class 26 locomotive finished as 26037 in the Railfreight grey livery applied to many of the class following refurbishment and fitting of air brake equipment in the 1980s.
Transferred to freight duties in the early 1980s the 26s served for many years hauling shorter freight trains around the industrial areas in Scotland, outliving the later and more powerful class 27s.
£112.75
MRP £132.66

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(Product Ref 4825)
A detailed model of the BRCW type 2 locomotive finished as 26004 in the Railfreight Triple Grey livery with coal sector markings.
After transfer to Scotland where new motive power was often in short supply the first seven class 26 locomotives, D5300-D5306, later 26001 to 26006 (D5301-6) and 26007 (D5300) were fitted with train air brake and slow speed control equipments for hauling MGR coal trains serving the Cockenzie power station.
£112.75
MRP £132.66

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(Product Ref 6809)



The smooth running and nicely detailed Farish BR class 31 locomotive now available in the early BR green livery, before the introduction of warning panels.

£127.45
MRP £149.95

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(Product Ref 84019)