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Detailed model of BR Provincial services class 150/2 2-car Sprinter train unit number 150247 in Provincial or Regional Railways livery.
The second batch of the class 150 units incorporated corridor connections into the cab ends, enabling through communication when units were coupled together. The power operated sliding doors fitted to the class 150 units allowed a wider door opening and quicker passenger boarding. Most of these units remain in service today, the corridor connections allowing great flexibility in train formations.

The Bachmann model features tinted glazing, directional lighting and a 5 pole motor with flywheels for smooth running.

£254.95
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The air conditioned class 158 Sprinter trains were built to replace 1950s era locomotive hauled trains on long-distance cross-country routes.

The Bachmann model has received a redesigned chassis to accommodate DCC, 
Painted in the British Rail Regional Railways Sprinter livery. Era 8.

DCC Ready. Directional lighting. Internal lighting. Length 610mm

£220.95
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This train pack contains a 5 car BR Class 370 Advanced Passenger Train APT with set 370 003 driving cab car DTS Sc48103, first buffet car TBF Sc48603, power car NDM Sc49003 City of Derby and equivalent set 370 004 cars TBF Sc48604 and DTS Sc48104.
£395.00
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Detailed model of BR class 37/4 locomotive 36416 finished in InterCity Mainline livery with unofficial Mt Fuji name, originally applied by Tinsley depot and carried while this locomotive worked from Laira and St Blazey depots in the mid-1990s, including the long-distance Burngullow to Irvine (Scotland) china clay trains.
South West region exclusive model expected late 2019.
£170.00
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DCC and sound equipped model of BR Provincial services class 150/2 2-car Sprinter train unit number 150247 in Provincial or Regional Railways livery.
The second batch of the class 150 units incorporated corridor connections into the cab ends, enabling through communication when units were coupled together. The power operated sliding doors fitted to the class 150 units allowed a wider door opening and quicker passenger boarding. Most of these units remain in service today, the corridor connections allowing great flexibility in train formations.

The Bachmann model features tinted glazing, directional lighting and a 5 pole motor with flywheels for smooth running.

£339.95
MRP £399.95

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The air conditioned class 158 Sprinter trains were built to replace 1950s era locomotive hauled trains on long-distance cross-country routes.

The Bachmann model has received a redesigned chassis to accommodate DCC, this model being supplied with a DCC decoder and sound system installed.
Painted in the British Rail Regional Railways Sprinter livery. Era 8.

DCC Sound supplied with factory fitted sound system. Directional lighting. Internal lighting. Length 610mm

£318.71
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Well detailed model of BR Railfreight class 37/0 locomotive 37275 named Stainless Pioneer finished in triple grey livery with metals sector markings and Immingham shed logos.
37275 was sent new to Cardiff Canton shed for working trains connected with the coal, iron and steel industries. While part of the Immingham based Railfreight Metals locomotive pool and named Stainless Pioneer between 1988 to 1992 this locomotive was recorded on several occasions working trains from South Wales.
Bachmann Region Exclusive Model.
£152.95
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Model of BR locomotive 47803 finished in BR infrastructure livery.
During the mid-s980s British Rail allocated locomotives to business sectors and 47803 was assigned to the infrastructure sector, serving the engineering departments and at that time installing new high speed high capacity communications networks along Britains major rail routes. The capacity of these networks could then be sold to commercial telecommunications service providers.
Being primarily for engineering service 47803 was painted in the high-visibility engineering yellow livery.
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£209.95
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£209.95
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Highly detailed new model of the Brush/BR class 47 diesel locomotives, built from 1962 as British Rails' standard general purpose diesel locomotive type. 512 locomotives were constructed and almost 50 are still registered for service today.
Bachmann designed a completely new class 47 model during 2020/21 incorporating an extraordinary level of locomotive-specific detailing, allowing almost any of the class to be modelled at any time period, complete with changes to external fittings, visible modifications and accident repairs.
This model is finished as class 47/7 locomotive 47712 Lady Diana Spencer, one of the pull-push fitted locomotives for the Glasgow-Edinburgh shuttle service, in the ScotRail version of InterCity livery with light blue body stripe.
Model fitted with a DCC controlled sound system.
£289.95
MRP £339.95

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New, high-specification model of the Brush type 4 BR class 47 diesel locomotives featuring very fine detailing with greater depth, relief and range of variations. New detailing includes improved bogie sides with secondary suspension detail, several fuel and water tank options, highly detailed pipes and cable trunking, many cab end variations, cab interiors with fittings moulded in relief and engine room interior modelled behind the windows. Fitted with directional, cab and engine room lighting, twin speakers for sound upgrade, plux22 decoder socket and 5-pole motor driving all axles, which are not carried in brass bearings.
Model finished as ETS and twin fuel tank fitted 47828 in InterCity swallow livery with the Serck radiator louvres, rebuilt cab ends, sealed beam headlamp and part-covered cab roof vent.

£203.95
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New, high-specification model of the Brush type 4 BR class 47 diesel locomotives featuring very fine detailing with greater depth, relief and range of variations. New detailing includes improved bogie sides with secondary suspension detail, several fuel and water tank options, highly detailed pipes and cable trunking, many cab end variations, cab interiors with fittings moulded in relief and engine room interior modelled behind the windows. Fitted with directional, cab and engine room lighting, twin speakers for sound upgrade, plux22 decoder socket and 5-pole motor driving all axles, which are not carried in brass bearings.
Model finished as ETS and twin fuel tank fitted 47828 in InterCity swallow livery with the Serck radiator louvres, rebuilt cab ends, sealed beam headlamp and part-covered cab roof vent. DCC and sound fitted.

£288.95
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New, high-specification model of the Brush type 4 BR class 47 diesel locomotives featuring very fine detailing with greater depth, relief and range of variations. New detailing includes improved bogie sides with secondary suspension detail, several fuel and water tank options, highly detailed pipes and cable trunking, many cab end variations, cab interiors with fittings moulded in relief and engine room interior modelled behind the windows. Fitted with directional, cab and engine room lighting, twin speakers for sound upgrade, plux22 decoder socket and 5-pole motor driving all axles, which are not carried in brass bearings.
Model finished as 47004 in BR Railfreight triple grey livery with the Serck radiator louvres, plated over headcode boxes and sealed beam headlamp.

£203.95
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New, high-specification model of the Brush type 4 BR class 47 diesel locomotives featuring very fine detailing with greater depth, relief and range of variations. New detailing includes improved bogie sides with secondary suspension detail, several fuel and water tank options, highly detailed pipes and cable trunking, many cab end variations, cab interiors with fittings moulded in relief and engine room interior modelled behind the windows. Fitted with directional, cab and engine room lighting, twin speakers for sound upgrade, plux22 decoder socket and 5-pole motor driving all axles, which are not carried in brass bearings.
Model finished as 47004 in BR Railfreight triple grey livery with the Serck radiator louvres, plated over headcode boxes and sealed beam headlamp. DCC and sound fitted.

£288.95
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New, high-specification model of the Brush type 4 BR class 47 diesel locomotives featuring very fine detailing with greater depth, relief and range of variations. New detailing includes improved bogie sides with secondary suspension detail, several fuel and water tank options, highly detailed pipes and cable trunking, many cab end variations, cab interiors with fittings moulded in relief and engine room interior modelled behind the windows. Fitted with directional, cab and engine room lighting, twin speakers for sound upgrade, plux22 decoder socket and 5-pole motor driving all axles, which are not carried in brass bearings.
Model finished as 47375 Tinsley Traction Depot specially painted in Railfreight Distribution triple grey livery with the deeper dark grey shade and blue roof. Fitted with Serck radiator louvres, plated over headcode boxes and sealed beam headlamp.

£203.95
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New, high-specification model of the Brush type 4 BR class 47 diesel locomotives featuring very fine detailing with greater depth, relief and range of variations. New detailing includes improved bogie sides with secondary suspension detail, several fuel and water tank options, highly detailed pipes and cable trunking, many cab end variations, cab interiors with fittings moulded in relief and engine room interior modelled behind the windows. Fitted with directional, cab and engine room lighting, twin speakers for sound upgrade, plux22 decoder socket and 5-pole motor driving all axles, which are not carried in brass bearings.
Model finished as 47375 Tinsley Traction Depot specially painted in Railfreight Distribution triple grey livery with the deeper dark grey shade and blue roof. Fitted with Serck radiator louvres, plated over headcode boxes and sealed beam headlamp. DCC and sound fitted.

£288.95
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An excellent and highly detailed model of the BR class 60 heavy freight diesel locomotive finished in the initial BR Railfreight livery with construction sector markings.
Expected September 2019
Era 8 sectorisation 1985-1995
£196.19
MRP £217.99

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A highly detailed model of the British Railways Southern region class 73 electro-diesel locomotives. These are primarily third-rail electric locomotives but carry an auxiliary diesel engine for use away from electrified lines. Dapols model features a diecast chassis and all-wheel drive from a centrally mounted motor and flywheels allied to a highly detailed bodyshell with many separately fitted locomotive specific details to create both JA (73/0) and JB (73/1) variants.
This model is finished as BR InterCity liveried locomotive 73136 finished in the Executive version of the InterCity livery.

£142.50
MRP £167.40

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The class 90 locomotive is one of the slightly older Hornby models, lacking the fine detailing of more recent models making it an excellent choice as a train set loco. The model is fitted with a single motor bogie which provides sufficient power for train set trains, while the bodyshell features accurate streamlined shaping and grille detailing, along with a pantograph which can be set raised or lowered.

£98.99
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The Bachmann model features tinted glazing, directional lighting and a 5 pole motor with flywheels for smooth running. This model is painted in the original Regional Railways Sprinter livery completed with a weathered finish. Era 8 1982-1994.

DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£279.95
MRP £324.95

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Following on from the air conditioned class 158 Sprinter trains a 3-car version was produced specifically to replace locomotive hauled trains on the London Waterloo to Exeter services. These units were given TOPS class number 159 and painted in the sponsoring Network South East sector livery.
£339.96
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An excellent choice by Bachmann to expand the range of Southern electric units The 2-car 2-HAP units comprised a motor coach almost identical to the 2-EPB motor coach, coupled to a lavatory composite trailer car. Provided with first class accomodation and a toilet the HAP units were better suited for longer outer suburban services.
£229.95
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Detailed model of the Birmingham RCW built BR class 104 diesel multiple units. These trains had long lives, despite being among the earliest types built examples were still in service into the early 1990s.
This 2 car 'power twin' set is finished in BR corporate blue livery with Network South East NSE flash logos. Car numbers M53421 M53529.
£330.95
MRP £389.00

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Detailed model of the Birmingham RCW built BR class 104 diesel multiple units. These trains had long lives, despite being among the earliest types built examples were still in service into the early 1990s.
This 2 car 'power twin' set is finished in the special livery applied by BR ScotRail to a unit operating on the Oban line dubbed 'Mexican Bean' livery. Car numbers SC53424 SC53434.
£330.95
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Detailed model of the Birmingham RCW built BR class 104 diesel multiple units. These trains had long lives, despite being among the earliest types built examples were still in service into the early 1990s.
This 2 car 'power twin' set is finished in the revised Network South East livery as set L701 formed of car numbers 53437 53479.
£330.95
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Detailed model of the revised series of BR Derby type 2 class 25 locomotives with revised bodyshell design, later placed into TOPS sub-type class 25/3.
Heljan models feature a heavy diecast chassis and centrally placed motor driving all axles, providing smooth running and excellent hauling capabilities.
Model finished as ETH ex-locomotive 97251 ETHEL 2, rebuilt from 25314 to provide electric heating services where newer air-conditioned coaches were hauled by older steam-heat fitted locomotives.
£177.75
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The pinnacle of OO scale second generation DMUs, the Branchline Class 158 combines high fidelity bodyshells with an underframe that’s adorned with separate components depicting the engines, electrical equipment, and auxiliary gear. It’s the livery application which really brings these models to life and every element has been replicated in miniature. Whilst the main colours are spray painted, the myriad smaller logos, symbols and lettering are applied using a specialist printing process, using BR and corporate specification fonts, logos and colours.

£280.45
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The pinnacle of OO scale second generation DMUs, the Branchline Class 158 combines high fidelity bodyshells with an underframe that’s adorned with separate components depicting the engines, electrical equipment, and auxiliary gear. It’s the livery application which really brings these models to life and every element has been replicated in miniature. Whilst the main colours are spray painted, the myriad smaller logos, symbols and lettering are applied using a specialist printing process, using BR and corporate specification fonts, logos and colours.

DCC sound fitted model.
£365.45
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£152.96
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Highly detailed new model of the Brush/BR class 47 diesel locomotives, built from 1962 as British Rails' standard general purpose diesel locomotive type. 512 locomotives were constructed and almost 50 are still registered for service today.
Bachmann designed a completely new class 47 model during 2020/21 incorporating an extraordinary level of locomotive-specific detailing, allowing almost any of the class to be modelled at any time period, complete with changes to external fittings, visible modifications and accident repairs.
This model is finished as class 47/7 locomotive 47712 Lady Diana Spencer, one of the pull-push fitted locomotives for the Glasgow-Edinburgh shuttle service, in the ScotRail version of InterCity livery with light blue body stripe.
£204.95
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£212.45
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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
British Rail class 37/0 locomotive 37026 Shapfell is modelled in the early 1990s period Railfreight triple grey livery with distribution sector logos and fitted with a single car type headlight while working in Scotland. 37026 was also recorded working china clay trains in Cornwall during the mid 1990s.
£169.99

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Highly detailed new model of the BR class 37 locomotives being produced in both original and refurbished form with headcode boxes, sealed beam headlights or new light cluster units as appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
British Rail class 37/0 locomotive 37051 is modelled in late 1980s/early 1990s condition in Railfreight triple grey livery with metals sector logos and fitted with a single car type headlight while working in Scotland. 37051 was occasional seen on South Wales steel trains, briefly allocated to Cardiff Canton shed in 1992.
£170.00

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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Model finished as BR 31110, one of the early production locomotives without headcode boxes and finished in the BR large logo grey livery applied to Railfreight locomotives in the early 1980s.
£169.99

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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Model finished as BR 31110, one of the early production locomotives without headcode boxes and finished in the BR large logo grey livery applied to Railfreight locomotives in the early 1980s. DCC sound system installed.
£269.99

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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Model finished as ETH fitted class 31/4 locomotive 31420 in unbranded InterCity 'Mainline' livery with domino dots headcode box blanking panel and centrally mounted headlight.
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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Model finished as ETH fitted class 31/4 locomotive 31420 in unbranded InterCity 'Mainline' livery with domino dots headcode box blanking panel and centrally mounted headlight. DCC sound system fitted
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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Locomotive number 31514 was allocated to the BR engineering department and painted in the engineers grey & yellow 'Dutch' style livery with plated-over headcode box and off-set headlight mounted below the drivers' windscreen. Sub-class 31/5 was used to identify locomotives with train heating supply isolated, so they wouldn't get stolen by the passenger sectors!
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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Locomotive number 31514 was allocated to the BR engineering department and painted in the engineers grey & yellow 'Dutch' style livery with plated-over headcode box and off-set headlight mounted below the drivers' windscreen. Sub-class 31/5 was used to identify locomotives with train heating supply isolated, so they wouldn't get stolen by the passenger sectors! DCC sound system fitted.
£269.99

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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Model finished as ETH equipped class 31/4 locomotive 31421 named Wigan Pier and painted in Regional Railways livery. Features plated-over headcode box and centrally mounted headlight.
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New and highly detailed model of the Brush type 2 diesel locomotives with a full range of detailing options to model the original Mirrlees engined class 30 and EE engined class 31 locomotives. The detail variations include differing grilles, fan cowls, buffer cowls, disc or box headcode, end doors or sealed end doors and central or offset headlight positions.
Model finished as ETH equipped class 31/4 locomotive 31421 named Wigan Pier and painted in Regional Railways livery. Features plated-over headcode box and centrally mounted headlight. DCC sound system fitted.
£269.99

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In 1984, 87006 and 87012 were selected to trial new liveries in advance of an improved 110mph service on the WCML. 87006 received a version of the large-logo livery, but with dark grey as the base colour rather than Rail Blue, while 87012 received a version of the APT-P livery, which became known as InterCity Executive livery. In 2009 87006 was one of the class to be exported to work for the Bulgarian Railway Company.
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No. 87009 entered traffic in November 1973 named ‘City of Birmingham’. In 2012 87009 was exported to Bulmarket, Bulgaria.
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D444 as it was originally known was introduced into service in 1968 and allocated to the Stoke Division, being renumbered 50044 under the TOPS classification system in 1973. In 1974 50044 was relocated to the Bristol Bath Road Shed where it would remain for the remainder of its life. In a nice mathematic and literary coincidence, exactly 50 of the Class 50 locomotives were built and all of them named, 'Exeter' receiving its name in 1978.
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No. 60001, the first of the Class 60s to be delivered, was handed over to British Rail in 1989 after being ordered only 13 months earlier. The locomotive was named 'Steadfast' as the result of a suggestion competition. 'Steadfast' would go on to be operated by EWS until an engine failure in 2006, which forced the locomotive out of service until an overhaul in 2013.
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BR Class 60 No. 60002 was delivered to British Rail in 1989 before undergoing extensive testing. Due to the many problems the Class 60 initially faced and the requirement for 1000 hours of trouble free running, 'Capability Brown' was only officially accepted into British Rail service at the end of 1992.
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The British Rail Class 37 is a diesel-electric locomotive. Also known as the English Electric Type 3, and by some railway enthusiasts as 'tractors' due to their agricultural sound, the class was ordered as part of the British Rail modernisation plan. They were numbered in two series, D6600–D6608 and D6700–D6999. The Class 37 became a familiar sight on many parts of the British Rail network, in particular forming the main motive power for InterCity services in East Anglia and within Scotland. They also performed well on secondary and inter-regional services for many years. The class was designed for both passenger and freight work. Many of the original locomotives were fitted with boilers for steam heating. With the withdrawal of many Type 2 and Type 3 locomotives in the 1980s the 37s were selected as the standard Type 3 and many of the fleet were given a heavy overhaul to prolong their life into the 1990s and beyond. Some were fitted with electrical train heating (ETH) equipment in the 1980s to become the 37/4 sub-class, initially for use on the West Highland Line, the Welsh Marches line and South Wales - Bristol area services and Far North Lines but later seeing use in north/mid Wales and occasionally the West Country. In 2010, they were used on passenger services on the Cumbrian Coast line and Wherry lines. Class 37 locomotives have proved to be very popular, with many examples saved for preservation on heritage railways as well by enthusiast groups. A staple of the Hornby line, who produced the first version of the BR Class 37 in Dublo back in 1965.
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Model of BR locomotive 47598 finished in the revised Network South East livery.
Network South East was the BR business sector providing suburban and outer suburban services around London, the home counties and reaching out into East Anglia and the South West. Locomotive hauled trains were needed on many of the longer outer suburban services to Norwich, Oxford and Salisbury, form where trains continued to Exeter.
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British Rail Class 31 diesel locomotives, also known as the Brush Type 2 and originally as Class 30, were built by Brush Traction from 1957-62. They were numbered in two series, D5500-D5699 and D5800-D5862. Construction of the first locomotive was completed in the final week of September 1957, and the handing-over took place on 31 October. The first Class 31 entered service in November 1957, after the launch of the Class 20 locomotive and was one of the Pilot Scheme locomotives ordered by British Railways to replace steam traction.The Railway Technical Centre (RTC) in London Road, Derby, England, was the technical headquarters of the British Railways Board, and was built in the early 1960s. British Rail described it as the largest railway research complex in the world, and certain Class 31s served in a capacity as locomotives aiding experiements and research.
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In the mid-1980s British Rail moved to a 'business oriented' management structure with the objective of focusing railway management teams on the needs of each business area. Locomotives and rolling stock were allocated to each business sector, giving a clear overview of the costs of operation.
Each sector developed it's own indentity and livery, with InterCity using coloured bands to accentuate the length of trains and give an impression of speed, while the freight groups used grey bands and colourful logos, often designed to incorporate a letter F, to show the sponsoring business unit. It certainly brightened up the railway after years of the mundane corporate blue.