Green Era Diesel Locos

Diesel and electric locomotives and units from the steam to diesel transition. Eras 5-6.
A detailed model of the BR class 05 0-6-0 diesle shunting locomotives built by the Hunslet Engine Company using the 204bhp Gardner 8L3 engine as fitted to the BR-built class 03 and similar Drewery class 04 diesel shunters. Using a reliable engine and gearbox combination and similar to the standard 204bhp shunters the Hunslet engines survived the clear-out of generally poor designs, but as a small class were withdrawn as shunting requirements reduced.
£117.50
MRP £129.95
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(Product Ref 84686)
When British Railways decided on a 4-character headcode system the diesel locomotive designs being built needed to be revised to accomodate the 4-character display instead of the steam-era disc headcode array. The Derby type 2 design, later class 24, was equiped with a headcode box fitted into the roof end dome of the cab roof. The design revision included other internal equipment changes, creating the first sub-class of 24/1. This style of cab end was continued when the more powerful engine was fitted, creating class 25, but later revised with side fairings over roof-mounted air horns for the 25/1 and subsequent 25s.
This version of the 24 has not been produced previously and provides a further visual variant of the popular and useful Derby type 2.
£135.95
MRP £159.95
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(Product Ref 23694)
When the Western region began ordering diesel-hydraulic locomotives they had the German V200 design in mind and the Swindon-designed D800 Warship class bears a close resembelence to the German locomotives. Following a policy of dual-sourcing BR ordered a batch of these D800 class locomotives from North British in Glasgow. D833-D865 were built at NBL, fitted with MAN engines and Voith transmissions, in place of the Maybach-Mekydro combination of the Swindon built locomotives.

To separate the two types of D800 Warships for TOPS the Swindon Maybach engined units were given class 42, while the North British MAN engined locomotives were placed into class 43. Neither type survived long enough to receive TOPS numbering.

This model recreates the detail differences, particularly in the placement of roof ports, created by the adaption of the Warship bodyshell to accomodate the different engine type. The first time the NBL warships have been accurately modelled.
Era 5 1957-1966. DCC Ready. 21-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£135.95
MRP £159.95
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(Product Ref 83942)
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
MRP £170.99
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(Product Ref 43577)
Hornby OO BR E5022 Class 71 Southern Region Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive BR Green R3376
Hornby OO R3376 BR Class 71 E5022 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
MRP £170.99
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(Product Ref 42375)
Dapol OO BR E6039 Class 73 Electro-Diesel Early Blue with Small Warning Panels 4D-006-005
British Railways Southern region required a small fleet of electric locomotives to haul special passenger, parcels and goods trains over the sections of the network equiped with third-rail electrification. It was quickly realised some kind of auxiliary power would be required for shunting in sidings where electrification was not practical. The most successful solution was the class 73 electro-diesel, a locomotive delivering up to 1,400bhp on electric power but carrying a 600bhp diesel engine for use away from the 'third rail'.

This model carries the intermediate early blue livery with added small yellow warning panels and corporate era double arrows logos.

Model features
Laser scanned accuracy
See-through etched main bodyside and roof grills
PLUx22 decoder interface.
Sprung buffers
NEM coupler pockets
and a host of other details should make this model a ‘must have’ for the southern modeller.
£116.99
MRP £146.22
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(Product Ref 97653)
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 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)
Expected September 2020
The LMS commenced experimental work with diesel shunting engines in the 1930s and Derby completed the first mainline diesel electric locomotive in 1947. A second locomotive followed shortly after nationalisation. Bachmann have produced a nicely detailed model of these early British diesel locomotives which were to be developed into BR classes 37 and 40.
£157.20
MRP £184.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 28
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(Product Ref 78495)
This model of the 03 by Bachmann feautres a detailed body, including a clear and detailed cab interior. The mechanism has been designed to run smoothly at slow shunting speeds and extra weight has been incorporated by making the footplate in metal.

Era 5 1957-1966.

DCC Ready. 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£106.20
MRP £124.95

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(Product Ref 77017)

Bachmanns' detailed model of the BR class 08 heavy diesel shunting locomotive is presented in the black livery originally applied to shunting engines. the 13xxx series numbers were applied during the 1950s before mainline diesel locomotives arrived. The D3xxx series was setup later as the shunters was assimilated into the new diesel locomotive numbering scheme.

Era 4 1948-1956. DCC Ready. A mini size 8 pin decoder is required for DCC operation due to restricted space inside the engine bonnet.

£106.20
MRP £124.95

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(Product Ref 70867)

Diesel locomotives first appeared on shunting duties in the 1930s and the 300/350bhp English Electric engine in a solidly constructed outside framed 0-6-0 design locomotive quickly proved to be the most versatile for a general purpose shunting engine.

British Railways combined the experience of the four railway companies, producing this sturdy heavy shunting engine, later known as class 08, many of these locomotives are still serving Britains railways today.

DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation. Note that a small type decoder is required due to the limited height inside the body.

£114.70
MRP £134.95

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(Product Ref 39865)
This Bachmann model features a detailed bodyshell finished in the British Railways green livery, which some of the class 20s carried until 1980 with the steam-era headcode discs carried by these early diesel locomotives. The model is driven by a centrally mounted motor and flywheel set powering all four axles via driveshafts, with smooth running and excellent hauling capabilities.
Furuture Release (2021 onwards). DCC Ready. 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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(Product Ref 107451)
This Bachmann model features a detailed bodyshell finished in the British Railways green livery, which some of the class 20s carried until 1980 with the steam-era headcode discs carried by these early diesel locomotives. The model is driven by a centrally mounted motor and flywheel set powering all four axles via driveshafts, with smooth running and excellent hauling capabilities.
Future release (2021 onwards). DCC & sound fitted.
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(Product Ref 107452)
A highly detailed model of the North British design type 2 diesel electric locomotives in original condition (MAN engine), British Railways class 21.
Model finished as D6121 in British Railways green livery.
£129.16
MRP £151.95

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(Product Ref 90286)
A highly detailed model of the North British design type 2 diesel electric locomotives in original condition (MAN engine), British Railways class 21.
Model finished as D6110 in British Railways green livery.
£129.16
MRP £151.95

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(Product Ref 90287)
A highly detailed model of the North British design type 2 diesel electric locomotives in original condition (MAN engine), British Railways class 21.
Model finished as D6116 in British Railways green livery with small yellow warning panels.
£129.16
MRP £151.95

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(Product Ref 90288)

A highly detailed model of the North British design type 2 diesel electric locomotives in original condition (MAN engine), British Railways class 21.
Model finished as D6111 in British Railways green livery with small yellow warning panels.

£129.16
MRP £151.95

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(Product Ref 4308)
A new detailed model of the early body style class 25 diesel locomotives with multiple bodyside grilles.
Model detailed as class 25/2 locomotive D5282 in BR green with small warning panels.
Price to be advised.
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(Product Ref 31821)