Dimensions - Length 291mm. DCC Type: DCC Ready Livery: LNER Class: A4 Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound. Loco Drive Wheel Configuration: 4-6-2
A typical industrial shunting engine, this small 0-4-0T.
Able to operate reliably on sharp radius curves this locomotive is an ideal choice for those having limited space for their trains..
A small number of BR class 47 locomotives were specially equipped with secure communications links for service with the Royal Train in the early 1990s. Two of these were retained as dedicated Royal Train locomotives by EWS.
Hornby use the base tooling for the Gresley A3 class pacific to produce this budget priced model of the famous LNER locomotive 4472 Flying Scotsman.
EWS Royal Train class 47/4 locomotive 47798 Prince William.A small number of BR class 47 locomotives were specially equipped with secure communications links for service with the Royal Train in the early 1990s. Two of these were retained as dedicated Royal Train locomotives by EWS.
Hornbys' Smokey Joe 0-4-0 saddle tank has been a popular part of the Hornby range for a great many years. This black painted tank engine carries its' roughly applied moniker, typical of nicknames given to steam engines by crews and the general public.
Some of locations had extensive rail networks and provided an internal passenger service to get staff around the site. An ideal use for Hornbys' Victorian era 4-wheel coaches.
The class 90 locomotive is one of the slightly older Hornby models, lacking the fine detailing of more recent models making it an excellent choice as a train set loco. The model is fitted with a single motor bogie which provides sufficient power for train set trains, while the bodyshell features accurate streamlined shaping and grille detailing, along with a pantograph which can be set raised or lowered.
One of Hornby's older models now forming part of the less-detailed Railroad range of models.The Southern Railways' Schools Class V 4-4-0s were among the last and most powerful 4-coupled express passenger locomotives built in Britain. The class were deployed on the principal expresses over routes where turntables and other locomotive facilities were not large enough to accommodate the larger 4-6-0s like the King Arthur class.
Hornby Railroad range model of GBRf locomotive 59003. This class 59 locomotive was originally built for Foster Yeoman, but since purchased by freight operators GB Railfreight after service in Europe.Expected December 2019
Hornbys' Railroad range contains many of the robust and reliable Hornby trains, ideal for young railway enthusiasts. Traditional Hornby play value at a reasonable price.
Many of the large locomotives have similar specifications to the latest Hornby engines, but are not fitted with the many fine details found on the collectors models. Ideal for handling by young modellers and as a starting point for super-detailing projects.