Designed for the Great Central Railway these 2-8-0 goods engines were adopted as the standard design for the War Departments' Railway Operating Department (ROD) during the first world war. Many of these locomotives had long lives, lasting into the 1960s, having passed through the hands of the LNER as class O4 and the GWR. 63762 is painted in BR black livery with the early lion over wheel emblem finished with a wetahering coat to replicate the condition of a hard-worked goods engine.
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(Product Ref 76227)
The new J72 tooling will allow various versions to be modelled to represent the long lifespan of these locomotives which were built by the NER, LNER and BR – all of which were similar but different!

Dimensions - Length 115mm. DCC and Sound ready Next 18 decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation.

£100.00
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(Product Ref 79935)
The J72 is a useful small shunting and light goods engine, originally designed by the Wordsell brothers for the North Eastern Railway in 1898 the last of 113 locos were built by British Railways in 1951! Like many small shunting engines the J72s were used for many light duties, from country branchlines and busy dockyards.

DCC and Sound ready Next 18 decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation.

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(Product Ref 37438)

The J72 is a useful small shunting and light goods engine, originally designed by the Wordsell brothers for the North Eastern Railway in 1898 the last of 113 locos were built by British Railways in 1951.  Like many small shunting engines the J72s were used for many light duties, from country branchlines and busy dockyards.

DCC and Sound ready Next 18 decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker erquired for sound operation.

£100.00
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(Product Ref 70832)
This model of BR 50705 is painted in the early BR black livery with lion over wheel emblem. Era 4 1948-1957.

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

£85.00
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(Product Ref 6015)
Bachmann have announced that an 03 shunter in NCB livery will be joining the range, partially in place of the 04 originally planned. This locomotive is painted in a plain black livery with end wasp stripes for visibility. D2199 was sold to NCB in 1974 after being overhauled and fitted with air brakes, required for shunting the HAA hopper wagons used on merry-go-round power station coal trains. The locomotive worked at Rockingham, North Gawber and Royston until being placed into store at Monkton in 1984. Purchased for preservation by the Heritage Shunters Trust D2199 was returned to BR green livery D2199 has also seen further commercial service on hire to Hanson Aggregates Machen Quarry (Newport) during the mid-2000s. Era 6/7 1967-1982.

DCC Ready. 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£100.00
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(Product Ref 4173)
Bachmann Branchline 31-461A OO Gauge SR 1294 C Class 0-6-0 Southern Railway Black Bulleid Lettering

A very nice and well detailed model of the SE&CR C class 0-6-0 goods engines, a class with a very long life serving the 'Chatham' Southern Railway and British Railways.

DCC Ready. 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£99.95
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(Product Ref 91314)
A detailed model of the refurbished class 37/7 locomotive 37704 finished in EW&S maroon and gold livery carried from 1996 until withdrawn in 2003.
The Bachmann class 37 model features a diecast chassis and centrally placed motor driving all six axles. The bodyshell detailing is completed with separately fitted handrail;s, horns and buffers specific to each locomotive modelled.
DCC Ready, 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation. Sound options available. Era 9 - Post Privatisation.
£124.95
MRP £169.95
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(Product Ref 106013)
A detailed model of the refurbished class 37/7 locomotive 37704 finished in EW&S maroon and gold livery carried from 1996 until withdrawn in 2003.
The Bachmann class 37 model features a diecast chassis and centrally placed motor driving all six axles. The bodyshell detailing is completed with separately fitted handrails, horns and buffers specific to each locomotive modelled.
DCC and Sound Fitted. Era 9 - Post Privatisation.
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(Product Ref 106014)
Bachmann Branchline 32-992 OO Gauge Wickham Type 27 Trolley Car BR Engineers Yellow

Features of these excellent models include a permanently coupled trailer with electrical pick-up, 2 radiator types and correct pattern wheels. The Bachmann Branchline models represent the Type 27 variant of the Wickham Trolley Car, used by permanent way gangs countrywide. This is sure to be a useful and interesting model for OO gauge railways.

This model is painted in the common high-visibility yellow scheme. Era 6, 1967-1971.

£69.99
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(Product Ref 83938)
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.

Covered hopper wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand for glass making.

This grey painted hopper represents an example with hand brakes only.
Era 7 1971-1982
£19.95
MRP £25.95
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(Product Ref 93578)
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.

Covered hopper wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand for glass making.

This bauxite liveried hopper is lettered for British Industrial Sand (BIS) and advertising Rockware glass. These wagons were still in use in the early 1980s being dedicated to carrying sand for glass manufacture.
Era 7 1971-1982
£19.95
MRP £24.95
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(Product Ref 93579)
Heljan O BR D815 Druid Class 42 Warship Diesel Hydaulic Locomotive BR Maroon with Full Yellow Ends 4203
Heljan O Gauge 4203 BR Class 42 Warship D815 Druid British Railways Maroon Livery with Full Yellow Ends
A highly detailed model of the Swindon design class 42 Warship locomotives following Heljans' established format of a heavy diecast chassis block and twin motors (one in each bogie), giving a total weight expected to be around 3kg. This layout provides a powerful and smooth running locomotive able to crawl easily and steadily, while providing a suitable top-speed for express passenger service.

The bodyshell is highly detailed replica produced from study of the surviving preserved locomotives allowing the curved contours of these stessed-skin construction locomotives to be accurately recreated. Deatling includes headstock/bufferbeam fittings, with a screw-link couping installed and a full cab interior.
£480.00
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(Product Ref 99453)
Heljan O BR Class 45 Diesel Electric Locomotive Model 45 BR Early Rail Blue with Yellow Panels and Red Buffer Beams
£495.00
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(Product Ref 99995)
The Dapol O gauge GWR autocoach or trailer is a model of the GWR diagram N coaches numbers 36 to 41 built in 1907. These 59'6" driving trailer coaches remained in service until 1956/7 working with 48xx/14xx and 64xx class locomotives.
This model of car 37 is finished in the GWR lined crimson livery introduced in 1912 and applied until the grouping in 1922. Panelling is picked out with the lining and the garter crests are carried.
£170.00
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(Product Ref 102776)
Hornby R3231 00 Gauge BR(E) J15 Class ex-GER 0-6-0 Small Goods Engine BR Black Early Emblem

Dimensions - Length 218m.

A new detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engines.

DCC Type: DCC Ready

£87.00
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(Product Ref 78986)
Hornby R3233 00 Gauge LNER Class D16/3 Super Claud 4-4-0 LNER Black

A detailed model of the Gresley rebuild of the GER Claud Hamilton 4-4-0 express passenger locomotives, known as 'Super Clauds' for their greater power.

This model is painted in the LNER black livery.

£87.00
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(Product Ref 78984)
Hornby R3242 00 Gauge BR Thompson/Peppercorn K1 Class 2-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem

DCC Ready. 8-pin socket

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(Product Ref 95368)
Hornby R3243A 00 Gauge BR 62027 Thompson/Peppercorn K1 Class 2-6-0 BR Black Late Crest

DCC Type: DCC Ready

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(Product Ref 3586)
Hornby OO BR E5001 Class 71 Southern Region Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive BR Green R3373
Hornby OO R3373 BR Class 71 E5001 BR Green

British Railways class 71 locomotives were built to provide electric locomotives for goods and non-electric (eg parcels) services across the third rail electrified areas of the former Southern Railway. Power was collected from the third rail aith an auxiliary pantograph fitted for use in yards, where the third  rail would be a hazard for shunting staff and a flywheel booster set was fitted to provide power while negotiating gaps in the third rail.
While the cass 71s were a successful design a pure-electric locomotive is restricted to routes with electric power available. A new design of electric locomotive (later class 73) equiped with a low-power auxiliary diesel engine provided a far more flexible locomotive able to work away from the third rail for extended periods. The class 71s locomotives were withdrawn from service en-bloc at the end of 1977. One example, E5001, was retained for presevation as part of the national collection.

£129.99
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(Product Ref 43577)