LMS

Locomotives built for the LMS and BR midland region.
Bachmann have decided to completely retool the Stanier 8F model, bringing the N gauge model of this famous heavy freight locomotive up to current standards.
This model be finished in British Railways black livery with later lion holding wheel crest.
Fitted with a DCC controlled sound system.
£220.95
MRP £259.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 72444)
A new and more detailed model of the LMS standard 0-6-0 4F goods engine.

This new model will feature:

  • Loco powered chassis with
    new coreless motor
  • All wheel pick up on loco plus tender
  • Fowler or Johnson Tenders
  • Tender mounted NEM 6 pin DCC decoder socket

Era 5 1957-1966. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£127.46
MRP £149.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 42613)
A new and more detailed model of the LMS standard 0-6-0 4F goods engine.


This new model will feature:

  • Loco powered chassis with
    new coreless motor
  • All wheel pick up on loco plus tender
  • Fowler or Johnson Tenders
  • Tender mounted NEM 6 pin DCC decoder socket

Era 3 1923-1948. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£114.70
MRP £134.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 39571)
A new and more detailed model of the LMS standard 0-6-0 4F goods engine.

This new model will feature:
  • Loco powered chassis with
    new coreless motor
  • All wheel pick up on loco plus tender
  • Fowler or Johnson Tenders
  • Tender mounted NEM 6 pin DCC decoder socket

Era 4 1948-1956. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£118.96
MRP £139.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 46752)
Designed by Charles Fairburn and intorduced in 1945 this class of 2-6-4 suburban tank engines expanded on the fleet of earlier Stanier engines. Following natioanlisation many were built for the Southern region, where wartime and post war delays in the expansion of electrification created a demand for new, modern steam traction. As a result a total of 277 of these Fairburn engines were built.
This model of 42073 is painted in BR mixed traffic lined black with later lion holding wheel crest.
Era 5 1957-1966. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£131.71
MRP £154.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 70099)

Grafar's super little N gauge model of Fairburn 2-6-4T engine no. 42096 is painted in BR mixed traffic lined black, with an early lion over wheel emblem. Era 4 1948-1956. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready - 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

Designed by Charles Fairburn and introduced in 1945 this class of 2-6-4 suburban tank engines expanded on the fleet of earlier Stanier engines. Following nationalisation many were built for Southern region, although still being given London Midland region numbers. Wartime and post war delays in the expansion of electrification created a gap in locomotive capacity on Southern Region that was filled by many of these new, modern steam engines. As a result a total of 277 were built. In 1955 42096 was shedded at 74A Ashford (Kent)

£135.96
MRP £159.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 70114)
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The largest of the 'big four' companies created by the Railways Act of 1921 the London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) was formed on 1 January 1923. The major constituent companies were the London & North Western, running the West Coast route from London to Glasgow, the Midland Railway which served the same destinations but via the highly scenic Settle and Carlilse line, plus a number of large regional companies including the Lancashire & Yorkshire.
The combined company was a vast undertaking with numerous interests other than railway operations. It was the largest company in the British Empire and the United Kingdom's second largest employer, after the Post Office, having a larger staff than the British Army! The LMS also claimed to be the largest joint stock organisation in the world. In 1938, the LMS operated 6,870 miles of railway.