Hornby Railroad Trains & Locomotives

Budget priced train packs and locomotives for younger railway enthusiasts.
Ideal train set additions!
The Hornby RailRoad collection provides a perfect entry into the exciting world of 00 gauge railway modelling. Designed to be less easily damaged, yet maintaining attractive detailing and accurate liveries, the range is ideal for both the younger enthusiast and experienced modeller.


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This Railroad version of Hornby's OO 4472 Flying Scotsman really brings a layout to life with brilliant TTS Sound. For many year's the A3 pacifics were the top performers on the East Coast mainline and the addition of sound is a great boost.
For several years Hornby have been at the forefront of adding the dimension of sound to the world of model railways by having locomotives equipped with sound decoders.


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Hornby Railroad OO Gauge R3395TTS LNER 4468 Mallard A4 Class 4-6-2 LNER Garter Blue with TTS Sound
The stylish Gresley designed class A4 streamlined pacific type locomotive LNER 4468 Mallard is the holder of the official speed record for steam locomotives at 126mph and has long been one of the most popular models in the Hornby range. This Railroad range model, while featuring less fine detailing, comes from the same tooling as the collectors models and benefits from a boiler-mounted motor powering the driving wheels.
The 2016 model features the 1930s garter blue livery complete with the streamlined valences over the wheels and completed with Hornbys; TTS sound system.
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Hornby Railroad range model of GB Railfreight Electro-diesel locomotive 73964 in GBRf blue livery.
Hornby Railroad range models feature a lower level of separate detailing, making the models more robust for regular running on layouts and handling by younger modellers.
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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.
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Hornby Railways R3086 OO Gauge LNER 4472 Flying Scotsman 4-6-2 Locomotive

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.

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Lifeson Coal Board No.5 was the companies favourite locomotive, being driven by almost every working man at the company at one time or another. Although a far cry from the larger locomotives found on the mainline, No.5 was well suited to its mission as the prime mover within the yard due to its small size. The contents of this pack include: 1 x 0-4-0 Tank Engine 1 x LWB Open wagon 1 x SWB Van 1 x LNER 4-wheel coach
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This set features a small locomotive presented in the livery of No.6 ‘Peart Industries’. Locomotives like No.6 and its counterparts are built to rush around goods yards and despite playing a vital role they seldom get the limelight they deserve. This train pack is a brilliant way to add variety to your layout. This pack includes: 1 x Bagnall 0-4-0 Diesel Locomotive 1 x LWB Tank wagon 1 x SWB Open wagon 1 x SWB Vent Van
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Small industrial locomotives like this have been used by companies with large amounts to move for as long as railways have existed. Their small size means that they can traverse smaller radius corners, enter factories, and require less infrastructure to maintain. Often they would be used to shunt goods, preparing them to be collected by another locomotive which would then take them further afield.
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This locomotive is representative of many tank engines popular with pre-grouping railway companies in the second half of the 19th century and first part of the 20th. These locomotives proved highly versatile being equally at home pulling urban passenger trains or working in a dockyard moving goods.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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With demand for coal falling during the 1960s, many small mining companies were losing money hand over fist. Despite the difficult circumstances, the purchase of a Bagnall diesel locomotive allowed the G. Lee Mining Co. to resist closure owing to greater operating efficiency. In fact, the locomotive made such an impact that there was hope the mine would stick it out long enough to rake in the big money once their competitors had closed down.
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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. Small locomotives like this were easy to operate and maintain and were capable of traversing the tightest radius curves.
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The prototype of this strange engine was created as a one off for experimental testing as an oil burning locomotive in 1901, intended for service on the Wrington Vale Light Railway in Somerset, but following conversion back to coal burning the locomotive ended up spending its working life, incommunicado, at Swindon railway works as a works shunter.
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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.

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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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Designed to deal with the steep gradients of the Calder Valley route, the Class 110 was distinctive in being the first generation DMU with the highest power to weight ratio of any naturally aspirated unit. In 1982 the middle trailer car was removed from most sets to reduce maintenance costs and further improve acceleration. Exactly one of each, a two car and a three car have been preserved.
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Engineered to deal with the steep gradients of the Calder Valley route which it became synonymous with them being named 'Calder Valley sets', the Class 110 was one of the first DMU's with the highest power to weight ratio of any naturally aspirated unit. In 1982 the middle trailer car was removed from most sets to reduce maintenance costs and further improve acceleration along the northern route.
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Originally conceived as a cheaper, more reliable alternative to the Advanced Passenger Train in the early 1970s, the British Railways Board authorised the development of a prototype High Speed Diesel Train, with two locomotives designated as Class 41. Following problems with operational ease, unit formations were abandoned and the Class 43 locomotive prefix was adopted. The 197 Class 43 power cars produced between 1976 and 1982 were numbered 43002 to 43198 and are officially the fastest diesel units in the world.
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Two locomotives were assigned to, and received special liveries for use with the Royal Train from 2003, and a third had a commemorative jubilee livery applied for use with the Royal Train during the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II in 2012. Wearing the DB Schenker silver livery Royal Diamond continues to be in service to this day.
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The British Rail Class 47 or Brush Type 4 is a class of diesel-electric locomotive that was developed in the 1960s by Brush Traction. A total of 512 Class 47s were built at Brush's Falcon Works in Loughborough and at British Railways' Crewe Works between 1962 and 1968, which made them the most numerous class of British mainline diesel locomotive. They were fitted with the Sulzer 12LDA28C twin-bank twelve-cylinder unit producing 2,750 bhp (2,050 kW) – though this was later derated to 2,580 bhp (1,920 kW) to improve reliability – and have been used on both passenger and freight trains on Britain's railways for over 55 years. Despite the introduction of more modern types of traction, a significant number are still in use, both on the mainline and on heritage railways. As of January 2020, 78 locomotives still exist as Class 47s, with further examples having been converted to other classes; 32 Class 47s have been preserved, and 34 retain "operational status" on the mainline.
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The British Rail Class 37 is a diesel-electric locomotive. Also known as the English Electric Type 3, and by some railway enthusiasts as 'tractors' due to their agricultural sound, the class was ordered as part of the British Rail modernisation plan. They were numbered in two series, D6600–D6608 and D6700–D6999. The Class 37 became a familiar sight on many parts of the British Rail network, in particular forming the main motive power for InterCity services in East Anglia and within Scotland. They also performed well on secondary and inter-regional services for many years. The class was designed for both passenger and freight work. Many of the original locomotives were fitted with boilers for steam heating. With the withdrawal of many Type 2 and Type 3 locomotives in the 1980s the 37s were selected as the standard Type 3 and many of the fleet were given a heavy overhaul to prolong their life into the 1990s and beyond. Some were fitted with electrical train heating (ETH) equipment in the 1980s to become the 37/4 sub-class, initially for use on the West Highland Line, the Welsh Marches line and South Wales - Bristol area services and Far North Lines but later seeing use in north/mid Wales and occasionally the West Country. In 2010, they were used on passenger services on the Cumbrian Coast line and Wherry lines. Class 37 locomotives have proved to be very popular, with many examples saved for preservation on heritage railways as well by enthusiast groups. A staple of the Hornby line, who produced the first version of the BR Class 37 in Dublo back in 1965.
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GWR operate a small fleet of Class 57 locomotives primarily to haul their Night Riviera services in addition to the occasional stock movements and special trains. Each locomotive is named after a castle found in either Devon or Cornwall.
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The Class 67 locomotives are a Class of Bo-Bo diesel-electric locomotives which were built for the English Welsh & Scottish Railway (EWS) between 1999 and 2000 by Alstom at Meinfesa in Valencia, Spain with drive components (engine, generator and traction motors) from General Motors' Electro-Motive Division. The locomotives are able to supply Electric Train Supply for passenger train heating and air-conditioning, and are equipped for buffer and screw coupling and also coupling via a buckeye coupler attached on a swing arm mount. High speed running tests were undertaken with 67002 starting at Alstom's facility at La Sagra (Toledo, Spain) and running on the standard gauge Madrid-Toledo high-speed rail line. A top speed of 143 miles per hour was obtained. Initially the Class were used primarily on mail trains. In June 2003 EWS lost the Royal Mail mail train contract, with services diminishing to complete cessation in March 2004. The locomotives have since been used by First ScotRail on the Caledonian Sleeper on non-electrified lines north of Edinburgh. In April 2015, A staple of Hornby since 2006, when we produced our first BR Class 67 in Dublo.
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Originally D6816 and now 37116 under the TOPS system, 'Comet' was released from the English Electric Vulcan Foundry in 1962. Colas Rail owns ex-preservation locomotives 37057, 37099, 37116, 37175, 37219, 37254, 37421, all currently operational and 'Comet' among them.
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Model of BR locomotive 47803 finished in BR infrastructure livery.
During the mid-s980s British Rail allocated locomotives to business sectors and 47803 was assigned to the infrastructure sector, serving the engineering departments and at that time installing new high speed high capacity communications networks along Britains major rail routes. The capacity of these networks could then be sold to commercial telecommunications service providers.
Being primarily for engineering service 47803 was painted in the high-visibility engineering yellow livery.
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Model of BR locomotive 47598 finished in the revised Network South East livery.
Network South East was the BR business sector providing suburban and outer suburban services around London, the home counties and reaching out into East Anglia and the South West. Locomotive hauled trains were needed on many of the longer outer suburban services to Norwich, Oxford and Salisbury, form where trains continued to Exeter.
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Introduced to service as D212 in May 1959 and the third of the production series to be delivered, 'Aureol' was officially named in 1960. By 1974 when the locomotive was re-numbered 40012 under TOPS the locomotive's nameplates had been removed, yet despite this the locomotive's name was painted onto the bodyside before 1985 withdrawal. Reinstated in 1985 to assist with the remodeling of Crewe Station, restricted to a top speed of 35mph, and given the departmental number 97407.
This extension to the service life of number 40012 resulted in the locomotive being purchased for preservation.
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British Railways originally ordered ten Class 40s, then known as "English Electric Type 4s", as evaluation prototypes. They were to be used as replacements for steam locomotives, usually hauling passenger services. The prototypes were successful enough to warrant a further 190 production models. It was initially worried that the locomotives lacked the power needed to maintain the speeds required on express services and as a result the capability to run in multiple was considered a main design feature. This resulted in the inclusion of small gangways at each end of the first 145 units. After this point it was realised that multiple running was rare and could be achieved without the gangways. The first 125 units were built with a disk route identification. When unfolded the disks were white with a small hole to allow a light to shine through during the night. When the top half of the disk was folded down the back was painted so as to blend into the locomotive and make it clear the disk was not in use. A few locomotives forwent the disks and simply relied on lights or the more traditional lamps, lamp irons having remained a feature. The disk system was soon abandoned in favour of the more modern headcode system, initially requiring split headcodes to accommodate the gangway doors. Once the gangway doors were abandoned the split headcode boxes were combined in a central position where the gangway doors had previously been. The arrival of more powerful locomotives such as the class 47, 50 and 55 along with the electrification of the WCML made the Class 40s redundant, relegating them to freight duties for which they were not well suited. Withdrawals began in 1976 with the majority of locomotives being withdrawn in the early 1980s. Locomotive D232 was built in 1959 and entered service in September that year. The locomotive was named 'Empress of Canada' in March 1961, named after the vessel operated by Canadian Pacific Steamships. Under the TOPS numbering system, the locomotive became 40032 in late 1973. The locomotive was withdrawn in February 1982 and scrapped at Swindon Locomotive Works.
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One of the independent train operators set up after the privatisation of the British rail network Fragonset Railways owned a number of locomotive and coaches for 'spot hire' and charter services.
During the summer months the Bristol to Weymouth Heart of Wessex line often sees an increase in passengers travelling to the seaside and Fragonset locomotive hauled trains operated on this route to provide the additional seating capacity for day-trip passengers. To mark this locomotive 31454 was named Heart of Wessex.
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British Rail Class 31 diesel locomotives, also known as the Brush Type 2 and originally as Class 30, were built by Brush Traction from 1957-62. They were numbered in two series, D5500-D5699 and D5800-D5862. Construction of the first locomotive was completed in the final week of September 1957, and the handing-over took place on 31 October. The first Class 31 entered service in November 1957, after the launch of the Class 20 locomotive and was one of the Pilot Scheme locomotives ordered by British Railways to replace steam traction.The Railway Technical Centre (RTC) in London Road, Derby, England, was the technical headquarters of the British Railways Board, and was built in the early 1960s. British Rail described it as the largest railway research complex in the world, and certain Class 31s served in a capacity as locomotives aiding experiements and research.
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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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Since its inception in 1886, Coca Cola has remained one of the most aesthetically distinct brands and popular consumer treats well into the early 21st century. This model pairs two inventions together, an eye catching custom livery for a detailed locomotive.
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Hornby Railroad R3064 00 Gauge BR Smokey Joe

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.

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Railroad range model of the Fowler Midland Railway compound class 4P 4-4-0 express passenger engine 1072 finished in LMS mixed traffic black livery.
These engines had been relegated to secondary duties by larger LMS 4-6-0 and pacific types, but remained capable and efficient locomotives in the hands of skilled drivers who understood how to use the compound features.
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Based on a GWR design locomotive intended for light railway use this shunting engine is typical of the side tank engines used in private sidings at factories, mines, quarries and other industrial installations. Small locomotives were needed to move wagons around a works complex, deliver coal to the furnaces when required and move wagons to and from the connection with the mainline railway company.

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.

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Hornby's RailRoad OO gauge model no. R3371 of the famous LNER  record breaker - 4-6-2 'Mallard' A4 Class. At the time of its record breaking exploits the driving wheels were behind streamlined valances that were removed from the class in WW2 to simplify maintenance. 

Dimensions - Length 291mm. DCC Type: DCC Ready Livery: LNER Class: A4 Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound. Loco Drive Wheel Configuration: 4-6-2

£121.04
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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.

£98.99
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Hornby Railroad range model of the British Railways class 9F heavy goods locomotive 92219 finished in plain black livery with later British Railways lion holding wheel crests.
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This Limited Edition Train Pack not only includes images of each of the 'Fab Four' on the specially liveried Class 73 but also on the two Utility Vans, graphics taken from the sleeves of The Beatles singles.Only 1000 of these Limited Edition 'Singles from Liverpool' trains have been produced and with each including a numbered certificate they are destined to be eagerly sought after by not only genuine Beatles fans, but also model rail collectors as well.
£181.49

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This special steam engine, presented in a stunning Coca-Cola® livery, is a wonderfully unique product that is sure to add interest to any collection or layout.
£44.99

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Hornby BR MK1 First Open Chocolate & Cream W3090
£43.65
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Celebrate the new year with this special Hornby 2022 Wagon.
£21.99

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A special wagon to celebrate 50 years of Hornby Railways, beginning in 1972 at the end of the Tri-ang Hornby era.
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£20.99

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£18.49

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The album 'Beatles for Sale' was the bands fourth studio album, released on the 4th of December 1964. The album featured some of the Beatles most well know track including 'Eight Days a Week', 'Baby's in Black' and 'I'm a loser' and was noted for its shift away from the upbeat feels of their previous work.

The album is celebrated by Hornby on this goods van featuring specially designed artwork inspired by the album.

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The Beatles sixth studio album 'Rubber Soul' was released on the 3rd of December 1965. The album features some of the groups most loved hits including 'Drive My Car', 'Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)', 'Nowhere Man', 'Michelle' and 'In My Life' among others.

The title 'Rubber Soul' is and acknowledgment of the intrinsic inauthenticity of pop music and a recognition that The Beatles soul music could not contain the same authenticity as the American Folk music that had inspired them on their recent tour of America. The album is celebrated by Hornby on this goods van featuring specially designed artwork inspired by the album.

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Released on the 5th of August 1966, the Beatles seventh studio album 'Revolver' was the final album produced by the group before retiring from live performances. The album contained many notable songs including 'Taxman', 'Eleanor Rigby', 'Yellow Submarine' and 'Got to Get You into My Life' which are frequently held up among the best of The Beatles' work.

The album made use of many technological innovations to create a new style for The Beatles, with 'Revolver' often considered responsible for a change in the direction of Pop music. The album is celebrated by Hornby on this goods van featuring specially designed artwork inspired by the album.

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Let It Be' was the final studio album of The Beatles, released in May 1970 after the group's breakup. The creation of the album was documented in the concurrently released documentary of the same name which included clips of song rehearsals and the Apple Corps rooftop concert, the unannounced live performance which would be the groups last.

Despite being the group's last, the album features some of The Beatles' most famous songs including 'Across the Universe', 'Let It Be', 'The Long and Winding Road' and 'Get Back', demonstrating that the group's music continued to remain immensely relevant to the popular music scene until the end.

This commemorative wagon features a special livery inspired by the 'Let It Be' album artwork.

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This six-wheeled tanker wagon, presented in a resplendent Coca-Cola Red livery.
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£25.49

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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.