BR Standards

Models of the standard locomotive classes designed and built for BR.
An excellent model of the BR standard 3MT 2-6-2 tank locomotives were designed to fill the slot between the small class 2 tank engines and larger engines in suburban and local passenger services. The 3MT was similar in power to the GWR 45xx prairie and LNER 0-6-2 tank engines.
Chassis incorporates a 6-pin DCC decoder socket
£117.25
MRP £137.95
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 77414)
A detailed model of the BR standard class 3MT 2-6-2 prairie tank engine. These powerful and free running engines could easily be driven in either direction, ideal for branch lines.
82020 is modelled in the post 1957 style, this Western region allocated locomotive receiving a plain green livery at the hands of GWR partisans together with the later style lion and wheel crest.
Era 5. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£106.20
MRP £124.95
Warehouse: 1
Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 27782)

These were the BR standard version of the useful and flexible class 5 locomotives developed by the 'big four' companies, incorporating the best features of the Black 5, B1 and Hall classes, along with the standardised fittings and locomotive layout.

These 5MT locomotives were capable of undertaking a wide range of duties. Powerful enough to haul express passenger trains and fast goods trains the type were often found working trains which used secondary routes, where larger locomotives were prohibited.

On the Southern region the BR class 5MT locomotives replaced the older King Arthur class 4-6-0s and some of the former King Arthur names were transferred to the new locomotives. Hence 73082 received the name Camelot, which it still carries today in preservation on the Bluebell Railway. The model is painted in the early BR lined black livery with a BR1B type tender.

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

£127.45
MRP £149.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Dec 31
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(Product Ref 45355)

These were the BR standard version of the useful and flexible class 5 locomotives developed by the 'big four' companies, incorporating the best features of the Black 5, B1 and Hall classes, along with the standardised fittings and locomotive layout.

These 5MT locomotives were capable of undertaking a wide range of duties. Powerful enough to haul express passenger trains and fast goods trains the type were often found working trains which used secondary routes, where larger locomotives were prohibited.

This model of 73014 is paired with a BR1 type tender and finished in the BR lined green livery with later lion holding wheel crest.

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

£212.45
MRP £249.95

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(Product Ref 45352)
A new model of the BR standard class 5MT mixed traffic 4-6-0 locomotive.

These were the BR standard version of the useful and flexible class 5 locomotives developed by the 'big four' companies, incorporating the best features of the Black 5, B1 and Hall classes, along with the standardised fittings and locomotive layout.

These 5MT locomotives were capable of undretaking a wide range of duties. Powerful enough to haul express passenger trains and fast goods trains the type were often found working trains which used secondary routes, where larger locomotives were prohibited.

This model of 73158 is paired with a BR1B type tender and finished in the BR lined black livery with later lion holding wheel crest.
DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£135.95
MRP £159.95

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(Product Ref 45353)

These engines were built for the British War Department during WW2, having been designed to use the minimum of essential materials. Construction time and cost was reduced by the use of simplified and fabricated components in place of castings wherever possible. Many of the locomotives were used to provide logistic support for allied forces in the middle east and later in Europe following the invasion of France. Once the European railways were re-establishing themselves the British locomotives returned to the UK and a small fleet passed into British Railways ownership.

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

£148.70
MRP £174.95

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(Product Ref 8246)
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Steam locomotives were used by British Railways over the period 1948 to 1968. The vast majority were inherited from the "Big Four" railway companies nationalised at the end of 1947. In addition, BR built 2537 steam locomotives up to 1960, 1538 to pre-nationalisation designs and 999 to its own standard designs. These locomotives had short lives, some as little as five years against a design life of over 30 years, because of the decision to end the use of steam traction by 1968.