British Railways Standard Classes

BR Standard steam locomotives. 

Hornbys' BR standard class 4MT 4-6-0 returns in late Western region format with double chimney, painted in lined green and displaying the ex-GWR blue route restriction 'spot' on the cabside.
£125.00
MRP £170.99

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(Product Ref 69873)
A detailed OO scale model of British Railways standard class 5MT 4-6-0 73118 King Leodegrance painted in mixed traffic lined black livery with early emblem.
£148.70
MRP £174.95

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(Product Ref 24547)
A detailed model of the British Railways standard class 5MT 4-6-0 locomotives finished as 73051 in the later lined green livery with lion holding wheel crest. Weathered finish.
£161.45
MRP £189.95

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(Product Ref 24577)
Hornby Railways R3548 OO Gauge BR 75035 Standard Class 4MT 4-6-0 BR Lined Black Livery Early Emblem

Dimensions - Length 287mm.

A detailed model of the British Railways standard class 4MT 4-6-0 locomotive 75035 finished in British Railways mixed traffic lined black livery with early lion over wheel emblem.

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

£153.89
MRP £170.99

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(Product Ref 64288)
A highly detailed model of the British Railways standard class 4MT 2-6-0 mogul locomotives.
The 4MT mogul perhaps embodies the concept of accessibility best of all the standard classes, the smaller driving wheels allowing the footplate to pass clear above them, not hiding any of the machinery.
The Bachmann model features a diecast chassis, powerful motor and a wealth of detail parts, bringing the exposed engines to life.

Era 4. DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£135.95
MRP £159.95

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(Product Ref 6986)
A highly detailed model of the British Railways standard class 4MT 2-6-0 mogul locomotives.
The 4MT mogul perhaps embodies the concept of accessiblity best of all the standard classes, the smaller driving wheels allowing the footplate to pass clear above them, not hiding any of the machinery.

The Bachmann model features a diecast chassis, powerful motor and a wealth of detail parts, bringing the exposed engines to life.
Era 4. DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£144.45
MRP £169.95

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(Product Ref 26275)

The second batch of the popular BR standard class 3MT prairies has arrived. This was a modern and highly successful design as the locomotives offered a significant increase in power over the smaller class 2 versions, always welcomed by footplate crews!

The model is extremely well detailed!

Sadly however none of the class survived to preservation, the early, low-powered diesel locomotives being produced to handle the branchline freights and passenger duties being turned over to diesel units. However there is a new project to build a new loco on the SVR well underway, with the frames having been erected at Bridgenorth.

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(Product Ref 82433)

A modern and highly successful design these locomotives offered a significant increase in power over the smaller class 2 versions, something which is always welcomed by footplate crews! Sadly however none of the class survived to preservation, having been replaced by multiple unit trains and the early, low-powered diesel locomotives by the mid 1960s.

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(Product Ref 82432)

Bachmann's 9F has lived up to the promise to be the best ready to run model of BR's most powerful heavy freight locomotive. It is superb!

Model fitted with 8-pin DCC decoder socket. Supplied with decoder fitting diagram.

£182.70
MRP £214.95

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(Product Ref 48347)

Designed to incorporate the maximum weight possible through the use of diecasting wherever possible the Bachmann 9F is able to provide realistic performance to match the top quality detailing. Driven by a smooth running skew wound locomotive mounted motor the use of dozens of detail parts has allowed specific locomotives to be accurately portrayed. It is superb

£169.95
MRP £199.95

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(Product Ref 71254)
The Hunslet 'Austerity' 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotives were ordered by the Ministry of Supply during WW2 as a standard heavy shunting engine. Hunslet based the design on shunting engines they had built for the steel industry in the late 1930s. They were simple, robust and powerful engines, well suited to heavy shunting tasks, with wheels large enough for local goods service.
In need of replacements for older shunting engines the LNER purchased a number of ex-MoS engines, these being much cheaper than building new engines, giving the type their class reference J94.
This model BR ex-LNER J94 class locomotive number 68075 is finished in the standard black livery with later lion holding wheel crest and completed with a weathered finish.
DCC Ready, Next18 decoder required for DCC operation.
£144.45
MRP £169.95

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(Product Ref 95840)
The Hunslet 'Austerity' 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotives were ordered by the Ministry of Supply during WW2 as a standard heavy shunting engine. Hunslet based the design on shunting engines they had built for the steel industry in the late 1930s. They were simple, robust and powerful engines, well suited to heavy shunting tasks, with wheels large enough for local goods service.
In need of replacements for older shunting engines the LNER purchased a number of ex-MoS engines, these being much cheaper than building new engines, giving the type their class reference J94.
This model BR ex-LNER J94 class locomotive number 68043 is finished in the standard black livery with the initial British Railways lion over wheel emblem.
DCC Ready, Next18 decoder required for DCC operation.
£127.45
MRP £149.95

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(Product Ref 95843)
A completely new model of the British Railways standard class 2MT 2-6-0 mogul announced 2020, delivery expected Quarter 1 2021.
A direct development of the LMS Ivatt 2MT these engines carried standard BR fittings and revised footplate arrangements. 78047 is presented in later livery with lion holding wheel crest. Livery to be confirmed by Hornby, unconfirmed sources suggest lined black.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
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(Product Ref 110750)
A completely new model of the British Railways standard class 2MT 2-6-0 mogul announced 2020, delivery expected Quarter 2 2021.
A direct development of the LMS Ivatt 2MT these engines carried standard BR fittings and revised footplate arrangements. 78010 is presented in early BR lined black livery with lion over wheel emblem.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 110751)
A completely new model of the British Railways standard class 2MT 2-6-0 mogul announced 2020, delivery expected Quarter 2 2021.
A direct development of the LMS Ivatt 2MT these engines carried standard BR fittings and revised footplate arrangements. Painted in the standard lined black livery when new 78000 is presented in later plain green livery with late crests applied to many of the class at their first major overhaul.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
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(Product Ref 110752)
Highly detailed model of British Railways standard class 7MT 4-6-2 Britannia class pacific locomotive 70013 Oliver Cromwell finished in the early BR lined green livery with lion over wheel emblem.
70013 Oliver Cromwell was one of the last steam locomotives in regular BR service, hauling farewell to steam railtour trains and now preserved as part of the national collection.
£179.99
MRP £199.99

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(Product Ref 110804)

Designed by R. A. Riddles and derived from Ivatt’s LMS 2MT 2-6-0 locomotive design, itself a variation of Ivatt’s Class 2 2-6-2T, the BR Standard Class 2 was the smallest of the BR standards and featured changes to the LMS design such as smaller cabs so that they could be used across the network where loading gauges were less generous. Darlington works was responsible for building the entire fleet of 65 engines and for a time construction of the LMS and BR designs overlapped. Like the LMS predecessor the BR design had a tender cab to enhance crew protection and visibility when running tender-first. Built as part of a batch of 10 destined for the Scottish Region, No. 78054 was built in 1955 and allocated to the Motherwell depot. The locomotive started out life hauling freight however after a year it was moved to Keith where it ran passenger services.

The locomotive was also allocated to Aberdeen Ferryhill and Bathgate sheds before being withdrawn in December 1965.

£170.09
MRP £188.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Dec 21
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(Product Ref 113496)

Designed by R. A. Riddles and derived from Ivatt’s LMS 2MT 2-6-0 locomotive design, itself a variation of Ivatt’s Class 2 2-6-2T, the BR Standard Class 2 was the smallest of the BR standards and featured changes to the LMS design such as smaller cabs so that they could be used across the network where loading gauges were less generous. Darlington works was responsible for building the entire fleet of 65 engines and for a time construction of the LMS and BR designs overlapped. Like the LMS predecessor the BR design had a tender cab to enhance crew protection and visibility when running tender-first. 78006 was one of the first batch of the 2MT standard design built by British Railways. The locomotives in this batch were built for the Western Region at Darlington who had experience building the LMS Ivatt 2-6-0s.

The locomotive was initially assigned to the Oswestry depot for work in mid-Wales where the enclosed cab design proved a huge advantage. From 1962 the locomotive was based in Gloucester where it remained until withdrawal in December 1965.

£170.09
MRP £188.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Dec 21
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(Product Ref 113497)
NEW MODEL of the mighty BR standard class 9F 2-10-0 heavy freight locomotive.
No. 92167 was built with a double chimney and a mechanical stoker in 1958 at Crewe and entered service at the end of March, stationed at the Saltley depot. In March 1962 it was moved to Tyne Dock, before moving on to Bidston by the end of the year. In early 1963 No. 92167 moved to its penultimate shed, Birkenhead Mollington Street, where it stayed until 1967 at which point it was allocated to its final shed at Carnforth before being withdrawn in mid-1968.
£188.99
MRP £209.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
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(Product Ref 113501)
NEW MODEL of the mighty BR standard class 9F 2-10-0 heavy freight locomotive.
Locomotive No. 92194 was built in Swindon during 1958 for use on the Eastern Region. The locomotive was initially allocated to the Doncaster shed where it spent around 8 months between June 1958 and February 1959 at which point it was reallocated to Immingham. Immingham remained the locomotive’s home throughout the rest of its service before withdrawal at the end of 1965, a life of just 7 and a half years.
£188.99
MRP £209.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
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(Product Ref 113502)
NEW MODEL of the mighty BR standard class 9F 2-10-0 heavy freight locomotive.
The BR Standard class 9F, designed by Robert Riddles, was a 2-10-0 steam locomotive intended to be used for long distance freight. Capable of speeds of up to 90 miles per hour, the class proved highly versatile and 9Fs were even used to haul passenger trains in the 1950s. 'Evening Star' was built at Swindon Works in 1960 and was the last steam locomotive to be built by British Railways, and the 999th BR standard class locomotive. No. 92220’s life was special from the beginning, with a naming ceremony taking place in March 1960. ‘Evening Star’ was the only 9F to be named by BR and the only 9F to receive a lined green passenger express livery. The name 'Evening Star' was chosen following a competition held by the BR Western Region Staff Magazine.
£188.99
MRP £209.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
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(Product Ref 113503)
Based upon the Britannia Class locomotives, the BR Standard Class 6 ‘Clan Class’ was a 4-6-2 Pacific locomotive designed by Robert Riddles to operate mixed traffic with an increased route availability. Changes included a smaller boiler, smaller cylinders and various other weight saving measures. Due to a shortage of steel only 10 of the class were ever built. The class were not hugely popular due to being less capable in comparison to the visually similar BR standard Class 7 locomotives they were based upon. 72004 'Clan MacDonald' was built at Crewe in 1952 and assigned to the Polmadie Shed in Glasgow until being withdrawn at the end of 1962.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
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(Product Ref 113507)
Based upon the Britannia Class locomotives, the BR Standard Class 6 ‘Clan Class’ was a 4-6-2 Pacific locomotive designed by Robert Riddles to operate mixed traffic with an increased route availability. Changes included a smaller boiler, smaller cylinders and various other weight saving measures. Due to a shortage of steel only 10 of the class were ever built. The class were not hugely popular due to being less capable in comparison to the visually similar BR standard Class 7 locomotives they were based upon. 72009 'Clan Stewart' was the final 'Clan Class' locomotive, built at Crewe in 1952 and assigned to the Carlisle Kingmoor shed until being withdrawn at the end of 1965.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
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(Product Ref 113508)
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Steam locos built by BR between 1947 and 1965.