Hornby 2022 New Steam Locomotives

Models not yet released. Includes new tool models from the 2020/21 announcements.
Built at Swindon Works under Lot No. 278 in January 1933, Diagram A10 Class 6100 'Large Prairie' No. 6147 entered traffic with the London Division, remaining there until 3 December 1960. From London, 6147 was moved to Bristol, first at St. Philips Marsh and then at Bristol Barrow Road, before moving to Westbury in November 1963 and the locomotive ended its working life at 85A Worcester Shed in January 1966, having moved there in January 1964.
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Built at Swindon Works under Lot No. 259 during April 1931, Diagram A9 Class 5101 'Large Prairie' No. 5189 entered traffic with the Wolverhampton Division, with all bar fifteen of the 5101 fleet of ‘Large Prairies’ forming the mainstay of the suburban passenger services until the early 1940s. On entering service with British Railways in 1948, 5189 was allocated to Stourbridge Junction, from where it would have mainly worked local services towards Birmingham, but the locomotive was one of the earlier withdrawals from traffic due to increasing use of Diesel units, being withdrawn at the end of August 1959.
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Having completed nearly 90,000 miles of test running since new, Sir Nigel Gresley's W1 4-6-4HP 10000 entered Darlington Works on 21 August 1935 for what was anticipated to be a major overhaul and modification. During this period Gresley decided that it was time to rebuild 10000 as a three cylinder locomotive with a conventional firetube boiler and 10000 was moved to Doncaster Works on 13 October 1936, the first drawing for the modification being prepared at the end of November. When 10000 was finally released from Doncaster Works in November 1937, it was a significantly different locomotive; being fitted with a diagram 111 boiler that was very similar to the diagram 108 boiler fitted to 2006 Wolf of Badenoch, and with a streamlined casing to the same pattern as the A4 class.
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Post war, at the time of nationalisation and now numbered 60700, the corridor tender was swapped for the streamlined non-corridor tender from 60004 William Whitelaw and the locomotive was engaged in more varied duties, working occasional passenger services to Leeds and Cambridge from Kings Cross alongside the occasional 'lodging' turns to Newcastle. Following allocation to Doncaster on 25 October 1953, 60700 became a more frequent visitor to Leeds and also worked turns to Sheffield, as well as Doncaster to Peterborough passenger services and various braked goods trains. In a similar circumstance to 10000 never receiving its proposed name of British Enterprise in November 1929, 60700 never received its intended name of Pegasus, for which the nameplates were cast on 13 April 1951
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NEW MODEL of the mighty BR standard class 9F 2-10-0 heavy freight locomotive.
No. 92167 was built with a double chimney and a mechanical stoker in 1958 at Crewe and entered service at the end of March, stationed at the Saltley depot. In March 1962 it was moved to Tyne Dock, before moving on to Bidston by the end of the year. In early 1963 No. 92167 moved to its penultimate shed, Birkenhead Mollington Street, where it stayed until 1967 at which point it was allocated to its final shed at Carnforth before being withdrawn in mid-1968.
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NEW MODEL of the mighty BR standard class 9F 2-10-0 heavy freight locomotive.
Locomotive No. 92194 was built in Swindon during 1958 for use on the Eastern Region. The locomotive was initially allocated to the Doncaster shed where it spent around 8 months between June 1958 and February 1959 at which point it was reallocated to Immingham. Immingham remained the locomotive’s home throughout the rest of its service before withdrawal at the end of 1965, a life of just 7 and a half years.
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In 1990 a group of like-minded people came together in the belief that they could construct from new, a Peppercorn Class A1 Pacific locomotive. The first steam locomotive built in the United Kingdom since 'Evening Star' in 1960 and it would be built to meet modern safety and certification standards to enable it to run on mainline connected heritage railways. After a period of nearly 20 years the dream became a reality on the 29th July 2008 when locomotive No. 60163 'Tornado' moved under its own power at Darlington.
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Southern locomotive 21C146 entered service in November 1946 having been built to Bulleid's air-smoothed 'Light Pacific' design. From new the locomotive was allocated to the Exmouth Junction Shed where it remained until moving to Sailsbury in May 1951 and Brighton the following month. Under British Railways the locomotive was renumbered 34046. In January 1959 the locomotive was rebuilt to a more conventional design along with many other members of the 'West Country' Class.
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Created in 1876 for working on the East London Line, No. 54 'Waddon' was bought by the SE&CR in 1904, acting as a motor train preforming light passenger services across Kent. Later the locomotive was employed on shunting and piloting duties before being re-numbered 680S and refurbished, and again refurbished by BR and numbered D.S680 in 1952. In 1962 the locomotive was presented to the Canada Railway Historical Association and decorated in LB&SCR before being shipped to Canada for exhibition.
Era 6 1957-1962
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Having been rebuilt with a conventional boiler and A4 style streamlining in 1937, the W1 ‘Hush-Hush’ continued to serve with LNER and later British Railways. Under BR the locomotive was renumbered 60700 and used to operate regular services out of Kings Cross to Leeds and Cambridge, remaining with BR until scrapping in 1959.
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At the end of January 1935, a Kychap double blastpipe and chimney was fitted to the W1, which eventually required the fitting of a smoke lifting cowl for better smoke clearance. On August 21, 1935. 10000 was returned to Darlington for the last time in its original form, having covered another 20,823 miles since June 1934. 10000 had proved to be extremely capable, but it was also unreliable, as out of the 1,888 days in service, the locomotive spent 1,105 at Darlington Works alone.
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257 Squadron was completed at Brighton Works in 1948 as one of the first of its Class produced under BR, and allocated to Dover Marine Shed to work the Continental Boat Trains to London. Perhaps more incredible than its service life are the efforts made in light of '257 Squadron's' significant name in relation to the Battle of Britain and Second World War to return the locomotive to traffic in October 2021.
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As the third of the ‘Princess Royal’ Class by Stanier, the experimental non-condensing steam turbine locomotive was inspired by similar Swedish Ljungström locomotives. Often referred to as ‘The Turbo’, No. 6202 became an innovation in steam locomotive technology thanks to the advent of Dieselisation and Grouping upending the traditional notions of rail transport. The LMS, Princess Royal Class 'The Turbomotive', 4-6-2, 6202 is certain to make a remarkable addition to any collection.
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As the third of the ‘Princess Royal’ Class by Stanier, the experimental non-condensing steam turbine locomotive was inspired by similar Swedish Ljungström locomotives. Often referred to as ‘The Turbo’, No. 6202 became an innovation in steam locomotive technology thanks to the advent of Dieselisation and Grouping upending the traditional notions of rail transport. The LMS, Princess Royal Class 'The Turbomotive', 4-6-2, 6202 is certain to make a remarkable addition to any collection.
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Continuing as a distinct and uniquely designed steam turbine locomotive, the ‘Princess Royal’ Class Turbomotive returned to the main line in 1947, showcasing the new emblem of British Rail and a striking black livery. Replacing the LMS insignia, the newly assigned 46202 returned to service following a long period of general repair. As a key part of history regarding the nationalisation of Britain’s railways, the BR, Princess Royal Class 'The Turbomotive', 4-6-2, 46202 forms an excellent collectors model.
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Continuing as a distinct and uniquely designed steam turbine locomotive, the ‘Princess Royal’ Class Turbomotive returned to the main line in 1947, showcasing the new emblem of British Rail and a striking black livery. Replacing the LMS insignia, the newly assigned 46202 returned to service following a long period of general repair. As a key part of history regarding the nationalisation of Britain’s railways, the BR, Princess Royal Class 'The Turbomotive', 4-6-2, 46202 forms an excellent collectors model.
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The M7 is a remarkable steam locomotive, possessing quick acceleration and good tractive power – making it well matched to Branch line workings, acting as station pilots and the demands of suburban workings alike. Designed by Dugald Drummond, the M7 Class locomotive entered service in 1897 before being withdrawn from fast passenger services a year later.
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0-4-0 locomotives were built as tank locomotives as well as tender locomotives.This small locomotive, painted in British Railways black livery, is representative of the kind you might have found shunting around dockyards or hauling mixed traffic on a light railway or branch line in the countryside.The earliest 0-4-0 locomotives were tender engines and appeared as early as c. 1802. The 0-4-0 tank engines were introduced in the early 1850s. The type was found to be so useful in many locations that they continued to be built for more than a century and existed until the end of the steam era.
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Introduced in the 1930s, the LMS, Stanier 5MT 'Black 5', 4-6-0, 5200 were known as the ‘Black Staniers’ due to their black livery. Later nicknamed ‘Black 5’, the mixed traffic locomotive was famous for the remarkable number of potential modifications. The impressive appearance and iconic nature make the LMS, Stanier 5MT 'Black 5', 4-6-0, 5200 - Era 3 a great addition to any collection.
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The LMS 'Coronation' Class were an enlarged and improved version of William Stanier's earlier LMS 'Princess Royal' Class, and on test were the most powerful steam locomotives ever used in Britain at 2,511 dbhp, specifically designed for power. The intention from the start was to use them on express services between London Euston and Glasgow Central; their duties were to include the hauling of a proposed non-stop express, subsequently named the Coronation Scot.
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New product announced by Hornby Hobbies mid-2022
To mark the centenary of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway in 1930 the LMS fully overhauled the surviving L&MR locomotive number 57 Lion and constructed a number of replica coaches which were then displayed, running on a circular track at Wavertree recreation grounds in Liverpool.
This pack will contain a model of the Lion locomotive plus first class coaches Experience and Times plus an open-top  third class coach.
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Release listed as Autumn 2022, however we feel this is optimistic as Hornby have not sent any pre-production sample photos. Probable release late 2023 with a price increase likely.

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A completely new model of the British Railways standard class 2MT 2-6-0 mogul announced 2020.
A direct development of the LMS Ivatt 2MT these engines carried standard BR fittings and revised footplate arrangements. 78047 is presented in later livery with lion holding wheel crest. Livery to be confirmed by Hornby, unconfirmed sources suggest lined black.
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Release scheduled for January 2023
A completely new model of the British Railways standard class 2MT 2-6-0 mogul announced 2020.
A direct development of the LMS Ivatt 2MT these engines carried standard BR fittings and revised footplate arrangements. 78010 is presented in early BR lined black livery with lion over wheel emblem.
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Release scheduled for February 2023
A completely new model of the British Railways standard class 2MT 2-6-0 mogul announced 2020.
A direct development of the LMS Ivatt 2MT these engines carried standard BR fittings and revised footplate arrangements. Painted in the standard lined black livery when new 78000 is presented in later plain green livery with late crests applied to many of the class at their first major overhaul.
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Detailed and smooth running model of the Peckett W4 class 0-4-0 saddle tank shunting engine finished as number 490 built for the Crawshay Brothers in 1890. Model finished in plain green livery.
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Detailed model of Peckett W4 class 0-4-0 saddle tank shunting engine works number 834 built in 1900 for the Dowlais Ironworks. Numbered 33 and named Lady Cornelia the engine carried this decoratively lined out green livery with black cab panel edging and incised corners.
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W11 'Newport' is the Terrier that has been on the Island the longest and the only surviving engine to have served on the Isle of Wight Central Railway. In January 1981, 'Newport' had the honour of being the first locomotive to be worked on in the in the new workshop at Havenstreet, although the locomotive was pushed rather than travelling under its own steam. 'Newport' was fully restored in 1989, and returned to service in 2014.
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LNER No. 511 'Airbourne' was built at Doncaster Works and entered service in July 1946. After nationalisation, it was renumbered 60511 and assigned to the Heaton engine shed. It was withdrawn in November 1962.
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Upon becoming Chief Mechanical Engineer of the LNER, Thompson sought to create an unstreamlined, mixed traffic version of Gresley’s A4 Pacific locomotives. Being unable to secure permission to construct new locomotives, Thompson decided to rebuild the 2-8-2 P2 Class locomotives as the new A2/2 Class. Thompson advocated divided drive, a system in which the middle cylinder drove the forward two of the six driving wheels whilst the outside cylinders drove the middle two.

Due to his quest for standardisation, this arrangement necessitated the middle cylinder to be placed further forward than normal and the outside cylinders further back, behind the leading bogie, so that standard connecting rods could be used for all cylinders. Although the new designs retained much of the P2’s power despite their lighter weight, wheel slip issues made them unsuitable for the routes the P2’s had been designed for. P2 No. 2002 ‘Earl Marischal’ was rebuilt to become a A2/2 in June 1944, before being renumbered 502 in 1946 and 60502 upon the nationalisation of the railways. After becoming a A2/2, ‘Earl Marischal’ returned to Scotland before being moved south of the border to the York Shed at the end of 1949. The locomotive was withdrawn for service in 1961

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Designed by R. A. Riddles and derived from Ivatt’s LMS 2MT 2-6-0 locomotive design, itself a variation of Ivatt’s Class 2 2-6-2T, the BR Standard Class 2 was the smallest of the BR standards and featured changes to the LMS design such as smaller cabs so that they could be used across the network where loading gauges were less generous. Darlington works was responsible for building the entire fleet of 65 engines and for a time construction of the LMS and BR designs overlapped. Like the LMS predecessor the BR design had a tender cab to enhance crew protection and visibility when running tender-first. Built as part of a batch of 10 destined for the Scottish Region, No. 78054 was built in 1955 and allocated to the Motherwell depot. The locomotive started out life hauling freight however after a year it was moved to Keith where it ran passenger services.

The locomotive was also allocated to Aberdeen Ferryhill and Bathgate sheds before being withdrawn in December 1965.

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Release scheduled for November 2023
Designed by R. A. Riddles and derived from Ivatt’s LMS 2MT 2-6-0 locomotive design, itself a variation of Ivatt’s Class 2 2-6-2T, the BR Standard Class 2 was the smallest of the BR standards and featured changes to the LMS design such as smaller cabs so that they could be used across the network where loading gauges were less generous. Darlington works was responsible for building the entire fleet of 65 engines and for a time construction of the LMS and BR designs overlapped. Like the LMS predecessor the BR design had a tender cab to enhance crew protection and visibility when running tender-first. 78006 was one of the first batch of the 2MT standard design built by British Railways. The locomotives in this batch were built for the Western Region at Darlington who had experience building the LMS Ivatt 2-6-0s.

The locomotive was initially assigned to the Oswestry depot for work in mid-Wales where the enclosed cab design proved a huge advantage. From 1962 the locomotive was based in Gloucester where it remained until withdrawal in December 1965.

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The 'A1 Trust', builders of the A1 locomotive 'Tornado', are currently in the process of building a continuation of the P2 class; 2007 ‘Prince of Wales’. Whilst this locomotive will be based off of 2001 ‘Cock o’ the North’, 2007 will incorporate some changes such as sharing a boiler design with A1 ‘Tornado’ and incorporating an improved pony truck design.
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Adding to the rise of modern locomotive innovation, this steam locomotive is installed with a steam generator, with the ability to produce great clouds of steam which will billow through the locomotive’s chimney. Bring life and realism to your layout with this terrific model.
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2002 ‘Earl Marischal’ was the second P2 to be constructed and differed from its predecessor in a few key ways. No. 2002 was fitted with more conventional Walschaerts/Gresley valve gear which changed the locomotive’s characteristics substantially necessitating the instillation of large smoke deflectors, whilst the original front of the casing had its leading edge cut back 12”. ‘Earl Marischal’ entered traffic in October 1934 and soon began working Doncaster to Kings Cross trains before being transferred to Scotland in June 1935. It was later overhauled and streamlined to match the later members of the P2 class before being withdrawn from traffic and rebuilt as a Pacific locomotive in June 1944 having completed 360,907 miles as a 2-8-2 type locomotive.
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One of the streamlined A4 Class created by Sir Nigel Gresley, 'Commonwealth of Australia' bore the original LNER number 4491, before its change to No. 12, and 60012 under British Railways. Entering service in 22 June 1937, 'Commonwealth of Australia was withdrawn in 20 August 1964 after 27 years of service under both Grouping and Nationalisation.
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Built in June 1937, 'Empire of India' was one of the A4s destined to haul LNER's new 'Coronation' express service. From new it was liveried in garter blue and paired with a corridor tender to allow crew changes between London and Edinburgh. Under Edward Thompson 1946, re-numbering scheme 'Empire of India' became No. 11, and later 60011 under British Railways in 1948. The locomotive was fitted with a double chimney in 1958 and was withdrawn in 1964.
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LNER 4495 'Great Snipe', soon after renamed 'Golden Fleece' was delivered from Doncaster Works in 1937. After entering service 'Golden Fleece' was chosen to haul the 'West Riding Limited', effectively another 'Coronation' express but serving Newcastle and Bradford rather than Edinburgh. Under Thompson's 1946 numbering scheme the locomotive became No. 30, later becoming British Railways 60030 following nationalization. The locomotive was eventually withdrawn in 1962.
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LMS locomotive 6245 ‘City of London’ was built in 1943 and fitted with streamlined casing, which remained through the rest of the war and most of its LMS operation. The locomotive was eventually withdrawn and scrapped in September 1964 having spent the majority of its life based at the Camden Shed. In total ‘City of London’ covered over 1.4 million miles over the course of its life.
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