Silver Jubilee Collection LNER Gresley A4 class streamlined pacific locomotive 2510 Quicksilver finished in the Silver Jubilee train silver grey livery
Silver Jubilee Collection LNER Gresley A4 class streamlined pacific locomotive 2511 Silver King finished in the Silver Jubilee train silver grey livery.
DCC Ready. 21-pin decoder required.
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DCC and Sound ready Next 18 decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation.
The J72 is a useful small shunting and light goods engine, originally designed by the Wordsell brothers for the North Eastern Railway in 1898 the last of 113 locos were built by British Railways in 1951. Like many small shunting engines the J72s were used for many light duties, from country branchlines and busy dockyards.
DCC and Sound ready Next 18 decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker erquired for sound operation.
Featuring prototypically dished wheels, heavy tungsten split frame chassis, coreless motor, flywheel, 50:1 gearing, correct pattern cab and bunker for running numbers, NEM coupler housings, sprung buffers and fully modelled cab interior.
Dimensions - Length 218mm
A new detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engines.
DCC Type: DCC Ready
Dimensions - Length 218m.
Dimensions - Length 218mm.
A new detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engines.DCC Type: DCC Ready
This model is painted in the LNER black livery.
DCC Ready. 8-pin socket
Dimensions - Length 291mm. DCC Type: DCC Ready Livery: LNER Class: A4 Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound. Loco Drive Wheel Configuration: 4-6-2
An all-new model of the North Eastern Railways' 0-8-0 heavy goods engines, classified Q6 by the LNER
A new and highly detailed model of the GER/LNER Holden designed B12 class 4-6-0 locomotives.
Locomotive 4765 was built at the North British Locomotive Company in Glasgow in 1921, one of fifty engines built to order L734. Entering service as GNR No.1765 in April 1921, the locomotive was fitted with vacuum brakes and condensing apparatus from new. Re-numbered to LNER No.4765 in April 1924, the locomotive was withdrawn from service in December 1958.