Built between 1957 and 1968 for use on light mixed freight trains, 228 English Electric Type 1 (later to become Class 20) locomotives were built. Affectionately known as 'Choppers', due to their distinctive engine sound, most of the class have now been retired from traffic but a few remain working, particularly with GBRf. Six locomotives were sold to Hunslet-Barclay and modified following withdrawal in 1989 for contract freight traffic and weed killing trains. Subsequently sold on to DRS, 20901 and 20905 were purchased by the Harry Needle Railroad Company and were then hired to GBRf for transporting London Underground stock between London and Derby, being painted into GBRf Europorte's Blue and Gold livery for the duration of the contract.

Locomotive D8325 was built at the English Electric Vulcan Foundry in February 1968 and initially allocated to the Polmadie engine shed. In 1973 the locomotive reived a TOPS classification number of 20225 before being renumbered 20905 in August 1989 following modifications to 20/9 specifications.

£65.69
MRP £72.99
Warehouse: 1
Cardiff: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 113831)
Nicely detailed model of former BR class 20 locomotive 20901, now operated by GB Railfreight and painted in the GBRf blue livery.
Hornby Railroad locomotives have less fine detailing, making them ideal as regular layout locomotives and more resistant to handling by younger modellers.
£62.99
MRP £69.99

Bristol: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 110873)
This locomotive has had various roles and owners over the years before ending up in the hands of London Carriers International, based at Paddock Wood in Kent. London Carriers International operated a large rail fitted warehouse and used their sentinel to move goods dropped off by BR trains into and around the ½ mile long building. Supposedly the exhausts produced at start-up regularly set off the buildings fire alarms and so the locomotive was quickly sold on to the East Lancashire Railway.
£71.09
MRP £78.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Nov 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113510)
Locomotive build No. 10089 was constructed in 1962 before undergoing a complete refurbishment in 2007 to be delivered to Hitachi for shunting work at Ashford, primarily involving the high speed class 395 ‘Javelin’ EMUs. The locomotive was named after the chairman of Hitachi Europe, 'Chiaki Ueda'.
£75.59
MRP £83.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Nov 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113512)
In 2019/2020, five former GWR 153s moved from Northern to Abellio ScotRail for use on the West Highland Line attached to Class 156s as ‘active travel’ carriages. These units have had their interiors heavily modified to carry up to 20 bicycles, along with large bags and sports equipment
£113.39
MRP £125.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113517)
Delivered into Newport Docks on board the MV Stellanova in April 2004, 66850 first went into service with Freightliner, before being transferred to operations with Colas in June 2011. In August 2013, 66850 was named 'David Maidment OBE' at the National Track Plant Exhibition at Long Marston, in a naming ceremony honouring the founder of the ‘Railway Children’ charity. Railway Children was founded in 1996, following Maidment's encounter with a young girl begging on a railway station in India and he has since dedicated his life to raising awareness of the plight of children living alone and at risk on the streets and railway platforms.
£74.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113519)
The Class 66 is a Co-Co diesel-electric freight locomotive introduced to Britain in June 1998. Over 500 locomotives were built, the final one being delivered to GB Railfreight in the spring of 2016. No. 66713 ‘Forest City’ was delivered to Newport docks in May 2003. It’s name is a reference to the birthplace of the Class 66, the Electro-Motive Diesel factory in London, Ontario, a city often known as ‘The Forest City’.
£74.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113520)
The Class 66 is a Co-Co diesel-electric freight locomotive introduced to Britain in June 1998. Over 500 locomotives were built, the final one being delivered to GB Railfreight in the spring of 2016. Delivered into Newport Docks on board the MV Jumbo Challenger in April 2006, 66721 first went into service with Metronet/First GBRf, carrying the Metronet livery of blue bodysides and roof, with orange cab sides, cantrail and solebar stripes, until the beginning of November 2013. On 26 January 2007, 66721 was named 'Harry Beck', by John Smith, MD of GB Railfreight, in honour of the graphic designer who created the London Underground Tube map in 1933 using a design grid based on an electrical schematic.
£74.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113521)
Delivered into Newport Docks on board the MV Jumbo Spirit in June 2002, 66709 first went into service with GBRf in the original GBRf livery and named as 'Joseph Arnold Davies', before switching to the GBRf/Medite shipping livery of black bodysides with yellow Medite lettering and branding. On 24 April 2012, 66709 was rebranded in the Mediterranean Shipping Company’s livery, featuring a large container ship image on an otherwise light blue bodyside and, on the following day, the locomotive was renamed as 66709 Sorrento, honouring the home town of MSC founder Mr Aponte.
£74.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113522)
The Class 66 is a Co-Co diesel-electric freight locomotive introduced to Britain in June 1998. Over 500 locomotives were built, the final one being delivered to GB Railfreight in the spring of 2016. No. 66773 was delivered to GB Railfreight in 2016, entering the UK via Newport docks onboard the ship ‘MV Happy Dragon’. In 2019 GB Railfreight named the locomotive ‘Pride of GB Railfreight’, a name chosen by columnist Mathew Paris of The Times. The name, along with the addition of rainbow colouring to its livery, recognises LGBT+ employees across the rail industry and GBRf’s commitment to diversity and equality.
£74.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113523)
The Class 66 is a Co-Co diesel-electric freight locomotive introduced to Britain in June 1998. Over 500 locomotives were built, the final one being delivered to GB Railfreight in the spring of 2016. No. 66623 ‘Bill Bolsover’, named to honour the chairman of Aggregate Industries, was delivered to Freightliner UK in February 2007, entering the UK via Newport docks aboard the ship ‘MV Fairload’. The locomotive initially carried a Bardon Aggregates blue livery however with the eventual loss of the Bardon traffic, 66623 reverted to Freightliner branding, but kept the old Bardon base livery, a situation that remained until 29 March 2019 when the locomotive was de-named and repainted into the new Genesee & Wyoming/Freightliner livery of orange with black stripes.
£74.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113524)
Following their acquisition of ten Class 66 locomotives from DB Cargo and a further sixteen Class 56 locomotives, in June 2018 GBRf continued the expansion of their heavy rail fleet by reaching an agreement with Colas Rail to take over the operation of that company’s fleet of ten Class 60 units. From the first batch of five, 60095 was the first to be sent to Eastleigh for repainting into GBRf’s house livery of blue and yellow, emerging from the paintshop in early October to begin work on the Tyne Dock Biomass and Hanson Aggregates workings.
£170.09
MRP £188.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113525)
On 2 October 2019, in partnership with Beacon Rail Leasing, GBRf released the newly named 60026 Helvellyn into traffic wearing Beacon Rail’s Royal Blue livery, with GBRf branding. 60026 was named Helvellyn after one of the original Class 44 Peak locomotives and the style of the locomotive’s new nameplate reflected that heritage.
£170.09
MRP £188.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113526)
Built between 1989 and 1993, 100 BR Class 60 locomotives were built by Brush Traction in Loughborough. After teething troubles, the first two locomotives entered service in October 1990. After privatisation, the whole fleet transferred to EWS ownership, which was acquired by DB Schenker, a wholly owned subsidiary of the German railway company, in June 2007. 4 Locomotives, 60028, 60029, 60046 and 60055 were sold by DB Cargo UK to DCRail in 2019 with the ‘Super Sixty’ upgrade. 60028 was turned out in a blue livery, with large CAPPAGH logo. Under BR No. 60028 was named ‘John Flamsteed’ after the first Astronomer Royal John Flamsteed who made the first observations of Uranus (although he mistakenly catalogued it as a star) and laid the foundation stone for the Royal Greenwich Observatory.
£170.09
MRP £188.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113527)
In 1984, 87006 and 87012 were selected to trial new liveries in advance of an improved 110mph service on the WCML. 87006 received a version of the large-logo livery, but with dark grey as the base colour rather than Rail Blue, while 87012 received a version of the APT-P livery, which became known as InterCity Executive livery. In 2009 87006 was one of the class to be exported to work for the Bulgarian Railway Company.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Nov 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113528)
No. 87009 entered traffic in November 1973 named ‘City of Birmingham’. In 2012 87009 was exported to Bulmarket, Bulgaria.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Nov 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113529)
The locomotive received the name ‘County of Hertfordshire’ in 1979 before being reclassified a class 47/4 and renumbered 47583 in November 1980. In 1981 the livery of the locomotive was updated to mark the wedding of HRH Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer featuring a large BR arrow uniquely lined in Red and Blue.
£89.99
MRP £99.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113594)
Locomotive D6817 was built in March 1963 and renumbered to 37117 under the TOPS system in 1974. In 1988 the locomotive was refurbished and renumbered becoming Class 37/5 37521. After privatisation of British Rail the locomotive passed to EWS ownership and remined in service until 2007. After a few years in storage the locomotive was purchased by the Harry Needle Railroad Company before being sold again in 2013 to Direct Rail Services. The locomotive was later purchased by a private owner before being purchased by Colas Rail Freight in 2018.
£89.99
MRP £99.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113595)
No. 47813 has operated under BR, First Great Western, Cotswold Rail, Rail Operations Group (ROG) and most recently Direct Rail Services. This model depicts the locomotive during its ROG tenure.
£89.99
MRP £99.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113596)
Network Rail leased six Class 57s fitted with either tightlock couplings or Dellner couplers enabling them to be used as rescue engines for EMUs in the south of England, with the locomotives having fulfilled a similar function as Virgin Train Thunderbirds on the ECML.
£75.59
MRP £83.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Oct 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113597)
As a result, the Class 37 remains in service to this day as one of the longest serving classes on British railways. Second-hand locomotives have been exported to railways in France and Spain whilst in the UK many locomotives no longer required to work have been preserved. Network Rail possesses 5 Class 37 locomotives. One of these, No. 37217, is in storage whilst the other four have undergone extensive refurbishment. The refurbished locomotives have been reclassified Class 97/3, with the Class 97 designation reserved for departmental locomotives under the TOPS system. These four were used by Network rail as part of the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) trial project on the Cambrian Line. The class was chosen because of its original fitment with both air and vacuum braking, a feature which will allow them to pull both modern freight trains as well as steam specials
£71.99
MRP £79.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113598)
In 2007 newly formed Colas Rail unveiled four newly liveried Class 47 locomotives, having previously relied on hired Class 57s to fulfil its timber hauling contracts. This was early evidence of the ambition Colas Rail had to obtain and grow its own fleet of freight locomotives. The first two locomotives to be overhauled ready for service were No. 47727 ‘Rebecca’ and No. 47749 ‘Demelza’. In April 2016 locomotive No. 47749 had its original name 'City of Truro' restored.
£71.99
MRP £79.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113599)
Between 2016 and 2017, ROG purchased a total of five Class 47 locomotives from Riviera Trains and Direct Rail Services to complement their Class 37s. The first Class 47 obtained was No. 47812 which was modified at Arlington Fleet Services’ Eastleigh Works, including the fitting of Dellner couplings to enable the haulage of EMUs. The locomotive was built in 1965 and had previously served with Virgin Trains and Riviera Trains.
£71.99
MRP £79.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113600)
Rail Operations Group operate a fleet of 6 locomotives built between 1961 and 1963. They have been modified to allow them to move EMUs around the network including modifications to allow them to couple with and operate the brakes on various EMU classes without the need for translator vehicles. Built in 1963 the locomotive was initially numbered D6812 but became No. 37112 under TOPs in 1974. The locomotive was updated to Class 37/5 specification in 1985 and was renumbered 37510.
£71.99
MRP £79.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113601)
After privatisation of the British railway network, the preserved Deltics became ideal candidates for mainline running due to their strong performance characteristics relative to other preserved diesels. This has included running passenger charters as well as freight services. On 29 November 2017 it was announced via the official Royal Scots Grey website that 55 022 ‘Royal Scots Grey’ and D9016 ‘Gordon Highlander’, plus all spares, had been sold to Locomotive Services Limited, with D9016 recently moving to LSL’s facility in Margate.
£89.99
MRP £99.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113602)
After privatisation of the British railway network, the preserved Deltics became ideal candidates for mainline running due to their strong performance characteristics relative to other preserved diesels. This has included running passenger charters as well as freight services. On 29 November 2017 it was announced via the official Royal Scots Grey website that 55 022 ‘Royal Scots Grey’ and D9016 ‘Gordon Highlander’, plus all spares, had been sold to Locomotive Services Limited, with D9016 recently moving to LSL’s facility in Margate. Built in 1961, locomotive No. D9013 was allocated to the Haymarket shed from new and spent most of its life there other than a brief allocation to Finsbury Park in early 1968 which lasted just four months. The locomotive served with BR until its withdrawal from service in December 1981.
£89.99
MRP £99.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113603)

The Class 59 is a Co-Co diesel-electric locomotive built by Electro-Motive Diesel in La Grange, Illinois for British customers. A tender for six locomotives was created by Foster Yeoman, operator of Torr Works, for a powerful locomotive with 95% availability. Although Brush Traction and BREL of Britain were invited to come up with a design, only EMD could be the 95% availability criteria. EMD’s tender was sufficiently adept at the work required that double heading would no longer be needed, resulting in the order being reduced to just 4.

The locomotives were delivered to the UK via Southampton in January 1986 becoming the first privately owned locomotives to regularly operate on Britain’s mainline and the first designed and built in the US. After the initial 4 locomotives were proven successful, the Amalgamated Roadstone Corporation (ARC) ordered another 4 which were built by General Motors Diesel Division at their Canadian plant in London, Ontario in 1990. A final order of six locomotives was placed by National Power which were again built in Ontario in 1994 and 1995. The hugely successful EMD Class 66 is partially a development of the Class 59 and shares many components including its bodywork. Locomotive No. 59101 was one of the 4 ARC locomotives to be built in Canada. The locomotive arrived in Britain in October 1990 and entered service the following month. By the time the locomotive had arrived ARC had been purchased by Hanson PLC and as a result over the next few years all four of the ARC order locomotives were repainted into the blue and white Hanson livery.

£67.49
MRP £74.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113608)
In 2019/2020, five former GWR 153s moved from Northern to Abellio ScotRail for use on the West Highland Line attached to Class 156s as ‘active travel’ carriages. These units have had their interiors heavily modified to carry up to 20 bicycles, along with large bags and sports equipment.
£113.39
MRP £125.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113518)
No. 56047 was built in July 1978 by BREL in Doncaster. The locomotive served with BR and later Transrail until being put into storage in May 1999. The locomotive was scrapped in December 2003
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Dec 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113530)
Delivered into Newport Docks on board the MV Stellamare in May 1999, 66113 entered service with the EWS livery of maroon bodyside and roof, with zigzag yellow stripes, EWS branding on the cabs and large EWS branding on the bodysides. The locomotive was transferred to DB Schenker (Later DB Cargo UK) in January 2009 after their buyout of EWS. On the 4th of June 2020, following the end of the weekly ‘Clap for our Carers’, the locomotive received a new livery design featuring a depiction of key workers, along with the message ‘Delivering For Our Key Workers’. With many thanks to DB Cargo UK
£74.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113531)

The original Blue Pullman trains were introduced by British Rail in 1960. The 1955 Modernisation Plan envisioned luxury diesel express trains as a way of competing against motor cars and domestic air travel. Built in Birmingham by Metro-Cammell, two variants were created; two first class six-car sets for the London Midland Region, operating from London St Pancras to Manchester Central, and three two class eight-car units which ran on the Western Region from London Paddington to various destinations. The London to Manchester train was known as the Midland Pullman and reduced the record time between the two cities from 3 hours 50 minutes to just 3 hours 15 minutes.

The last Midland Pullman ran in 1966 after the electrification of the London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly line which allowed journeys to be completed in just two and a half hours. In 2020 it was announced that Locomotive Services Limited would begin to run a Blue Pullman service from St Pancras to Manchester Piccadilly along the Midland Main Line. This exciting new service, offering amazing views of the Derbyshire Peak District, combines the historic Blue Pullman with the Iconic Class 43 HST which will feature a new Nanking Blue livery replicating that of the original Blue Pullmans.

£283.50
MRP £314.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Dec 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113616)
This model depicts No. 56083 in original Large Arrow livery.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Dec 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113480)
Locomotive number 67014 was built in March 2000 for EWS. In 2008 the locomotive was repainted silver and grey and operated for Wrexham & Shropshire under the name ‘Thomas Telford’. The locomotive also operated Chiltern Railways services before eventually being repainted into its current Transport for Wales livery and preforming services hauling a rake of Mk4 coaches.
£143.99
MRP £159.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Dec 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113532)
Detailed and smooth running model of the small Ruston Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engine finished as 417892 Jim owned by the DVLR Derwent Valley Light Railway in York. The model is supplied with a flat wagon with pickups to maintain power collection on insulated frog points, but can also be run on it's own, which it manages very well.
£80.99
MRP £89.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110784)
Detailed and smooth running model of the small Ruston Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engine finished as 200793 in safety yellow livery as carried with working for rail construction contractors GrantRail, at one time working on the channel tunnel project! The model is supplied with a flat wagon with pickups to maintain power collection on insulated frog points, but can also be run on it's own, which it manages very well.
£81.89
MRP £90.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110785)
Class 800/0 No. 800008 was delivered to Great Western Railway (GWR) on the 7th of June 2018. The train featured a specially designed livery featuring the Pride flag on both driving cars. The livery was introduced in-order to mark the summer of Pride events taking place across the UK and to celebrate the diverse communities across the GWR network.
£373.49
MRP £414.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113618)
Model of the British Rail class 56 diesel freight locomotive finished as Floyd Zrt. 659 002, formerly 56115, now working in Hungary.
Hornby's model of the 56 features a heavy diecast chassis with central motor and highly detailed bodyshell replicating the design changes made during the production of the class.
£153.89
MRP £170.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110820)
New tool model of the BR class 91 electric locomotives.
Model finished as BR InterCity 91002 Durham Cathedral finished in the popular Swallow livery.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110821)
New tool model of the BR class 91 electric locomotives.
Model finished as LNER 91118 The Fusiliers in LNER East Coast livery.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110822)
New tool model of the BR class 91 electric locomotives.
Model finished as GNER 91117 Cancer Research UK in GNER blue with red stripe 'stealth bomber' livery.
£161.99
MRP £179.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: May 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110824)
The 88bhp Ruston 88DS is the 'big brother' to the 48DS, designed to be powerful enough to replace a small steam shunting locomotive.
Ruston 421415 was built new for the North British Distillery Co. Ltd, being delivered in March 1958 to their distillery in the Gorgie district of Edinburgh, around the period when the distillery was expanding to include the former Edinburgh Corporation Tramways depot. In 1973, the locomotive was donated to the fledgling Fife Railway Preservation Group, who located it at the Lochty Private Railway until 1994. 421415 has now been restored and wears the livery of the North British Railway.
£84.59
MRP £93.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113534)
The 88bhp Ruston 88DS is the 'big brother' to the 48DS, designed to be powerful enough to replace a small steam shunting locomotive.
Ruston 441934 was built new for chocolate and confectionery manufacturers Rowntree & Co. Ltd of York, delivered in April 1960 and joining fellow Ruston 88DS locomotives 421419/1958 and 432479/1959 as No. 3. In 1979 a new 0-6-0 locomotive was bought for the York factory and No.3 was transferred to Rowntree’s Fawdon, Newcastle factory until rail service there ended in 1987. No. 3 was passed to the North York Moors Railway for preservation, but in 2013 was quite fittingly acquired by two members of the Derwent Valley Light Railway and has returned to York, being named Ken Cooke in honour of a former Rowntree’s employee, a D-Day veteran and holder of the Legion d’Honneur.
£84.59
MRP £93.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113535)
The 88bhp Ruston 88DS is the 'big brother' to the 48DS, designed to be powerful enough to replace a small steam shunting locomotive.
Ruston 432478 was one of six Ruston & Hornsby 88DS locomotives built for the British Railways engineering departments, delivered January 1959 to the North Eastern Region Civil Engineers Department for use at the Leeman Road Permanent Way Stockyard in York. As well as working shunting duties at Leeman Road, 432478 also worked at the York Central Concrete Depot, which is now the site of the Railway Museum’s main visitor car park. The other British Railways Ruston 88DS
432478 is painted in the early British Railways lined green livery as engineering departmental locomotive number 84.
£84.59
MRP £93.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113536)
The 88bhp Ruston 88DS is the 'big brother' to the 48DS, designed to be powerful enough to replace a small steam shunting locomotive.
Ruston 408493 was ordered by British Railways Western Region for use at the Signalling & Telecommunications Department workshops at Reading. Delivered in January 1957 as Departmental number 20 the locomotive spent its entire life at Reading, housed under the Vastern Road bridge when not in use. Renumbered in 1973 under TOPS, to 97020 the loco was withdrawn in April 1981, replaced by a surplus Barclay class 06 locomotive from Scotland and it was disposed of at Reading by Cartrights of Tipton in August 1982.
This model is finished in the standard BR rail blue livery with wasp-striped ends.
£84.59
MRP £93.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jul 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113537)
Highly detailed model of BR class 08 diesel shunting engine 3817 painted in BR blue livery with wasp striped ends.
This model is fitted with Hornby's Twin Track Sound' TTS) DCC controlled sound system which provides very realistic sounds for the 08.
£149.99
MRP £165.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110825)
Highly detailed model of class 08 shunting locomotive 08645 painted in Kernow livery and carrying the name St. Piran. This locomotive is based at the GWR Long Rock depot in Penzance and painted in the colours of the Cornish flag, with the name of Cornwalls' patron saint, St.Piran.
£131.39
MRP £145.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Jun 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110826)
Locomotive No. 73965 was built in April 1966 as E6028. In January 1974 the locomotive was briefly re-numbered 73131 at the beginning of TOPS classification however this was changed to 73208 by the end of the month. Between 1983 and 1997 the locomotive carried the name ‘Croydon 1883-1983’ and between 2006 and 2013 it carried the name ‘Kirsten’. GB Rail freight took ownership of the locomotive from 2014, renumbering it to 73965.
£65.69
MRP £72.99

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113610)
Hornby Railroad range model of Network Rail class 37 diesel locomotive 97304 John Tiley. This locomotive is used on Network Rail maintenance trains, where the class 37s wide route clearance is utilised. Hornby Railroad models have a limited level of fragile detailing, making them ideal as regular layout locos and for handling by younger modellers.
£67.49
MRP £74.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110874)
Unit number 55019 was built in 1958 and served passenger duties in the western region until being converted for departmental use in 1969. As departmental stock it was redesignated a class 960 and given the unit number 960015. Operated by Network rail the units primary role is as a sandite unit.
£71.09
MRP £78.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113612)
Nicely detailed model of DB Cargo class 90 electric locomotive 90024 finished in the Malcolm Rail photograph livery featuring a vista of the North West highlands of Scotland advertising greener, cleaner logistics service by rail haulage.
£81.89
MRP £90.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Mar 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110829)
Detailed and smooth running model of the small Ruston Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engine finished as 235511 owned by the Express Dairy company for use at their Cricklewood bottling plant, working until 1954. The model is supplied with a flat wagon with pickups to maintain power collection on insulated frog points, but can also be run on it's own, which it manages very well.
£80.99
MRP £89.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 110808)
The original Inter-City 125 livery of yellow wrap-around ends, with the Rail Blue design being cut diagonally with grey towards the back of the loco, lasted into the early 1980s. After an iconic life of service on the East Coast Main Line, LNER removed its Inter-City 125s from service at the end of 2019. To celebrate LNER announced a farewell rail tour. The entire train was repainted in the original blue and yellow livery and the tour lasted for four days.
£269.99
MRP £299.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113620)
At the beginning of April 2006, FirstGroup, having secured the newly combined Greater Western franchise, unveiled a proposed new livery with a graduated blue to purple body colour and horizontal dynamic lines. Originally applied to both coaching stock and power cars, upon refurbishment the power cars received a modified livery of solid blue/purple, minus the dynamic lines This train pack features representations of power cars No. 43087 '11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment Royal Logistics Corps' and No.43098 in First Great Western plain blue livery.
£269.99
MRP £299.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 21
Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 113621)
Have a question? Contact us