A new N gauge DMU is particularly welcome and the BR Derby design class 108 is certainly a good choice as these units worked in most areas of Britain.
This 3-car unit is painted in the corporateï¿½ï¿½blue livery of the 1970s.
DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
This 2-car unit is painted in the early DMU green livery with nose end speed whiskers.
2-car class 158 unit in the livery of East Midlands Trains. Centred on the Sheffield-Derby-Leicester corridor East Midlands services reach as far as Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Scarborough, Norwich and London St.Pancras.
A new model of the Gloucester design single car diesel multiple units. This model is painted in the BR green livery with small yellow warning panels added to improve the visibility of the quiet-running diesel train to trackside staff. Finished as Western region allocated car 55006.Model features a finely detailed bodyshell with a below-the-windows mechanism provising clear view through the windows. Fitted with directional lighting and provision for an internal lighting bar to be fitted.DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.These single-car units are ideal for modelling branch passenger services in the 1970s and 80s. The flexibility of these DMU cars allowed a trailer to be hauled, or another set to be coupled to create the train capacity required.
Model of the original class 150 2 car DMU design with full-width cabs at each end and no through corridor connection.This model is painted in the original BR Provincial Services livery.Era 8 1982-1994. DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation. Chassis incorporates speaker housing.
A model of the first of the second generation diesel unit trains. Intended for suburban duties, the class 150 was fitted with sliding double doors, allowing rapid movement of passengers.
This model is painted in the revised version of the DB Arriva Trains Wales livery.Era 8 1982-1994. DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation. Chassis incorporates speaker housing.
This model is painted in the revised version of the DB Arriva Trains Wales livery.Era 8 1982-1994. DCC and sound fitted.
This model is painted in Northern Rail livery.Era 8 1982-1994. DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation. Chassis incorporates speaker housing.
Expected July 2020.
The new Cross Country franchise has combined parts of several older franchise operations under one operator. Class 170 units from Central Trains are now running on many of the Cross Country stopping services, while Voyager trains provide the backbone long distance expresses.
This stylish new livery is sure to be welcome on your layout, providing your passengers with fast local services linked into long distance trains.
London Midland operated trains across the West Midlands around Birmingham plus stopping services between London Euston and Liverpool until the franchise was re-let in 2017. These stylish 170 units provide comfortable passenger accommodation on long distance services.
The Graham Farish model captures the look of these sleek trains, with smooth running and accurately reproduced livery details.
The Derby class 108 units were a later design, incorporating the experience gained from the early 'lightweight' and later 'heavyweight' DMU designs to provide a tough, long-lived carriage with robust mechanicals below. These smart looking units were among the last 'first generation' DMUs to be retained in BR service.Eras 5-6. DCC and Sound Ready. 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation. Sound decoder and speaker required for sound fitting. Directional lighting. NEM plug-in couplers. Length 275mm.
This section contains the expanding range of diesel unit trains, with Bachmann producing several classes of the short-frame low density sets used on branchlines and secondary routes, plus the modern 'Turbostar' generation units, while Dapol are concentrating on the suburban type units.The few models of electric units, the Hornby/Arnold Brighton Belle and Bachmann/Graham Farish Desiro units, have been placed with the electric locomotives.Railcars and unit trains are now the principal types of trains in use on Britains Railways. The first successful diesel trains were the GWRs' streamlined railcars. British Rail built Diesel Multiple Units (DMUs) to take over from steam locomotives on branchline and suburban passenger trains in the 1950s and 60s.Today Intercity 125 High Speed Trains (HST) and Voyagers form the backbone of poer on the British passenger rail network.
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