GWR

Locomotives built by the Great Western Railway. Includes BR era models. Eras 3-5
A highly detailed model of the initial Collett design Hall class mixed traffic 4-6-0 locomotives, finished as preserved 4920 Dumbleton Hall in post WW2 GWR lined green livery, lettered G (crests) W
Era 3, 1923-1948.Dimensions - Length 260mm Loco Mounted DCC Ready 8-pin decoder socket.
£135.00
MRP £159.95
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(Product Ref 70865)
Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 32-083A BR 6644 ex-GWR 56xx Class 0-6-2T BR Lined Green Late Crest Weathered

Fully detailed and fitted with the proven Bachmann drive this model runs as well as it looks.

Era 5. DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£99.95
MRP £119.95
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(Product Ref 78002)

The 8750 class pannier tanks received a more modern cab styling than the original 57xx class of which these were a continuation.

£101.95
MRP £119.95
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(Product Ref 56390)
Heljan OO Gauge 4780 GWR 47xx class - GWR 4704 in green with monogram logo.

New model announced 2016. Delivery anticipated during 2017.

DCC Ready 21; pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£178.50
MRP £199.95
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(Product Ref 55377)
Heljan OO Gauge 4781 GWR 47xx class - GWR 4705 in green with GREAT WESTERN lettering.

DCC Ready; 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£178.50
MRP £199.95
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(Product Ref 70442)
Second release of Dapol's superb GWR railcar model. This model is finished in original condition with the bogie valances in place and painted GWR chocolate and cream with the 1934 shirtbutton monogram logos on the front end and side door.
Car 12 was one of the first production design of railcars built by the Gloucester Railway Carriage and Wagon company in 1936 with the smoothly rounded body end shape and piston plunger buffers.

Note - Scale model with full valances. The valances limit bogie rotation, use with curves of radius 3 or larger. Model 4D-011-006 is finished in this livery but without the bogie valances and is suitable for curve radius 2.
£126.50
MRP £148.70
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(Product Ref 34407)
Second release of Dapol's superb GWR railcar model. This model is finished in the 1950s British Railways carmine and cream livery as car number W8.
Car 8 was one of the first production design of railcars built by the Gloucester Railway Carriage and Wagon company in 1936 with the smoothly rounded body end shape and piston plunger buffers.

Note - Scale model, suitable for radius 2 curves and larger.

£126.50
MRP £148.70
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(Product Ref 34414)
Following on from the success of the streamlined express railcar model Dapol are proceeding with development of tooling for the Gloucester-built streamlined parcels railcar number 17. Built in 1936 with the same body profiling as the passenger cars but without side windows and double luggage van doors at each end in addtion to the centre door the car was intended for express parcels service. Number 17 ran until 1956 when new British Railways parcels single car DMU cars were entering service.
£126.50
MRP £148.70
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(Product Ref 76806)
Following on from the success of the streamlined express railcar model Dapol are proceeding with development of tooling for the Gloucester-built streamlined parcels railcar number 17. Built in 1936 with the same body profiling as the passenger cars but without side windows and double luggage van doors at each end in addition to the centre door the car was intended for express parcels service. Number 17 ran until 1956 when new British Railways parcels single car DMU cars were entering service.
Currently at engineering prototype, production planned for Q2 2019.
£126.50
MRP £148.70
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(Product Ref 93837)
A detailed and smooth running OO gauge model of the Andrew Barclay 14in cylinder 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine. These engines shared a distinctive flat-sided saddle tank profile with other Kilmarnock locomotive builders, with the Andrew Barclay company being among the most prolific of the British locomotive builders.
The GWR owned two Andrew Barclay shunting engines acquired at the 1923 grouping from the Swansea Harbour Trust and Powlesland & Mason. Privately owned Andrew Barclay 2047 wasn't an ex-BR engine but the owner fitted GWR numberplates for 705, the next vacant number in the series used, when the engine was restored on the East Somerset Railway. The engine is currently working at the Plym Valley Railway carrying it's GWR 705 identity.
£99.00
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Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 106821)
Oxford Rail OR76DG002 00 Gauge BR 2409 ex-GWR 2301 Class Dean Design Standard 0-6-0 Goods Engine British Railways Black Early Emblem.

This model of 2409 is finished in British Railways plain black livery with the early lion over wheel emblem.
DCC Ready
£89.95
MRP £112.95
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(Product Ref 86735)
Hornby R3124 00 BR(W) 4266 42xx Class 2-8-0 Tank Engine BR Black Early Crest

DCC Ready

£99.95
MRP £119.99
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(Product Ref 4046)
Hornby R3126 00 BR(W) 5243 42xx/5205 Class 2-8-0 Tank Engine - BR Black Late Crest

DCC Ready

£99.95
MRP £119.99
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(Product Ref 8862)
Hornby Railways R3223 OO Gauge BR(W) 4257 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Goods Engine Black Early BR Emblem.

Dimensions - Length - 163mm

DCC Ready,

 
£108.95
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(Product Ref 357)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3224 BR(W) 5239 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Goods Engine Black Late Crest
George Jackson Churchward was Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the Great Western Railway (GWR) from 1902 – 1922 and during that time he designed class leading and innovative locomotives superior to those of other railway companies. When Charles Benjamin Collett was appointed as the new CME to the GWR in 1922 he inherited these excellent locomotive designs. With rising costs and falling revenue he decided it was more practical and economic to modify existing locomotive designs rather than create new untried ones.

The Class 42XX locomotives had been developed specifically to answer the need for locomotives capable of transporting very heavy loads of coal from the Welsh coals mines to the ports in South Wales. In 1923 when additional locomotives were required, Collett decided to modify the Class 42XX locomotives.

The Class underwent extensive detail alterations and changes including having the cylinders increased in size to 19” x 30” plus also the addition of outside steam pipes resulting in an increased tractive effort. With these modifications the locomotives were reclassified as Class 52XX and the locomotives in this class were continued to be built until 1926.

In 1930 a further batch of 20 were ordered, numbers 5275 – 5294 but by this time coal exports had reduced considerably due to ‘The Great Depression’. Rather than lose their skilled workforce, GWR completed the order and placed the Class into storage at Swindon, mainly because these locomotives with their heavy coal consumption precluded them from working on other routes. Three of the Class have been preserved.

The locomotive in this pack No. 5239 was outshopped from the GWR Swindon Locomotive Works on the 8th August 1924 and was withdrawn from Shed 87A Neath Court Sart on the 30th April 1963. The locomotive was rescued from the Barry Scrapyard in June 1973 and can now be seen on the Dartmouth Steam Railway.

£100.00
MRP £119.99
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(Product Ref 356)
Hornby R3229 OO BR 4021 British Monarch Churchward Star Class 4-6-0 Lined Green Early Emblem

£117.50
MRP £134.99
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(Product Ref 64004)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3332 BR 6029 King Edward VIII King Class 4-6-0 Locomotive BR Green Late Crest

A detailed model of the GWRs powerful King class locomotives finished in the later British Railways lined green livery with lion holding wheel crest as 6029 King Edward VIII.

Ran in BR Steam Late Crest 1957 to 1966 The End of Steam Era 5. DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£147.00
MRP £159.99
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(Product Ref 101448)
Second release of Hornbys' superb new model of the GWR King class express passenger locomotives.
Locomotive 6002, King William IV, was built in July 1927 at Swindon Works and was allocated initially to Plymouth Laira Shed. The Alfloc water treatment was fitted in 1954, with the double chimney being fitted in March 1956. King William IV spent spells at sheds across the Great Western region, from Plymouth Laira, Newton Abbot and Old Oak Common, to Wolverhampton Stafford Road, from where it was withdrawn in September 1962. Sold for scrap to Cox and Danks of Oldbury, King William IV was cut up in February 1963.
£155.00
MRP £182.99
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(Product Ref 36595)
Hornby R3462 OO BR 4287 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Freight Tank Engine BR Plain Black Early Emblem (to be confirmed)

A superb model of the GWRs powerful 42xx class of 2-8-0 heavy freight tank engines finihsed as 4287 running under British Railways owenrship in plain black livery.

Note - Hornbys' description for this model lists it as late crest, but the photo supplied shows the early emblem. The livery details may be changed before release.

DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£110.00
MRP £139.99
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(Product Ref 24883)
Hornby 00 R3552 GWR 6860 Aberporth Grange Collett Grange Class 4-6-0 GWR Unlined Green with Button Monogram
DCC socket fitted inside boiler.
£140.39
MRP £155.99
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(Product Ref 36607)
A completely new model of the GWR 5101 class 2-6-2T large prairie designed to produce both the standard 5101 class used throughout the GWR network on outer suburban, mainline stopping passenger and many branch line services and the more powerful 61xx class built for the heavier London area services, but later to be found in the West.
Era 3 1923-1947.
£118.99
MRP £139.99
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(Product Ref 107177)

3206 is modelled in as built condition complete with Earl of Plymouth nameplates.
Model equipped with factory fitted DCC sound system.
Era 3 (1936-1948)

£209.50
MRP £259.95

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(Product Ref 74792)
Second release of Dapol's superb GWR railcar model. This model is finished in the 1930s chocolate and cream livery with shirtbutton monogram logos on the front end and side door. This model has the bogie side valances removed.
Car 10 was one of the first production design of railcars built by the Gloucester Railway Carriage and Wagon company in 1936 with the smoothly rounded body end shape and piston plunger buffers.

Note - Scale model, suitable for radius 2 curves and larger.

£126.50
MRP £148.70

Plymouth: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 102574)
A detailed and smooth running OO gauge model of the Andrew Barclay 14in cylinder 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine. These engines shared a distinctive flat-sided saddle tank profile with other Kilmarnock locomotive builders, with the Andrew Barclay company being among the most prolific of the British locomotive builders.
The GWR owned two Andrew Barclay shunting engines acquired at the 1923 grouping from the Swansea Harbour Trust and Powlesland & Mason. Privately owned Andrew Barclay 2047 wasn't an ex-BR engine but the owner fitted GWR numberplates for 705, the next vacant number in the series used, when the engine was restored on the East Somerset Railway. The engine is currently working at the Plym Valley Railway carrying it's GWR 705 identity.
£99.00

Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 106822)
Oxford Rail OO GWR Dean Goods War Department OR76DG006


£101.95
MRP £119.95

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(Product Ref 102936)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3452 GWR 6825 Llanvair Grange Collett Grange Class 4-6-0 GWR Green
A release of Horbys' excellent and highly detailed GWR Grange class locomotives, finished as 6825 Llanvair Grange in GWR livery.
DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£140.39
MRP £155.99

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(Product Ref 55605)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3455 GWR Star Class 4-6-0 4013 Knight of St.Patrick GWR Post WW2 Lined Green G (crest) W Lettering

Hornbys model features a motor mounted in the locomotive powering the driving wheels and detailing from a careful examination of the surviving Star 4003 Lode Star from the NRM collection.
DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder rquired for DCC operation.
£120.00
MRP £150.99

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(Product Ref 3602)