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Leading Japanese N gauge model train makers Kato are following on from the success of their Eurostar by producing the Hitachi Class 800 IEP train now in service UK high-speed lines.
Detailed model of the second series Derby Sulzer type 4 diesel locomotives, later TOPS class 45/0 finished as D53 Royal Tank Regiment, one of the locomotives with a two-part central headcode box, in green livery with small warning panels and bodyside stripe. Allocated to the Midland region these locomotives regularly worked express trains on the former Midland routes to London and Bristol.Bachmann models feature a heavy diecast chassis and centrally mounted motor driving both bogies complemented with a detailed bodyshell replicating variations between class members and finished with separately fitted handrails.Era 5 1957-1966. DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
A fine and detailed model of the Derby type 4 class 45 with split headcode boxes. These large diesels were the mainstay of the Cross-Country network for many years.
An excellent model of the BR Derby Sulzer powered type 4 class 45/0 diesel locomotives featuring a heavy diecast chassis and centrally mounted motor driving to both bogies allied to a finely moulded body with locomotive and period specific detailing.Model finished as 45046 Royal Fusilier in final condition with sealed beam marker lights replacing the headcode box. 45046 was one of the last of the class, withdrawn from service in August 1988.
Curved points allow for junctions and crossovers to be placed on the curves at the ends of layout ovals. The curved junction created in the crossover configuration eliminates the reverse curve created by the straight points, making the junction much smoother in appearance and for your trains. Half curve sections ST-227 are used to connect the points and track oval, special straight ST-203 unit may be required to compensate the slightly larger radius of the points' outer curve when rejoining straight track. Please see the Peco Setrack track diagram, the curved points are found in the bottom right-hand corner of the diagram.Templates for Peco points are available from the Peco website.
A detailed plastic kit building a model of a British Railways all-steel welded construction 13 ton hopper wagon. Based on an existing LNER design steel bodied hopper wagon over 2,600 were built between 1949 and 1953 to diagrams 1/142 and 1/144. Initially built for domestic coal distribution service in the North East where stations often had coal drop staithes some escaped in later years, having been found suitable for sand and stone traffic all around the UK. The last examples were withdrawn form aggregates service in the early 1980s as BR eliminated 'unfitted' wagons.
The standard points for most small/medium layouts, ST-240 (RH) and ST-241 (LH) points are compact, superior quality and drop in replacements for the Hornby equivalent. They can be easily motorised, either from above or below the baseboard with PL-10 under-track or PL-11 surface mounted point motors.
The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications (Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
The standard 12 Ton Mineral wagon was the most numerous design of coal
wagons built in the UK after 1923. Designed to RCH specifications
(Railway Clearing House) this most ubiquitous of wagons had a universal
length of 16'6" with a width of 8'0" and wheelbase of 9'0". These wagons
were of a simple design and employed standard RCH fittings throughout
and were originally built as the Oxford Rail model depicts with seven
side planks, making an overall body height of 4' 4".The Oxford Rail Standard RCH 12 Ton Mineral wagon boasts finely engraved body and underframe detail plus NEM couplings.
The LNER constructed a slightly larger 6 plank bodied open wagon for general merchandise service, in place of the 5 plank body favoured by LMS and GWR companies. The LNER design used the RCH wood chassis far longer than the other companies who changed to the stronger steel frame design, resulting in the LNER wagons being quite easily identifyable. This model from Oxford Rail provides modellers with a good and detailed model of these LNER wagons for the first time.
A detailed model of the LNER design cattle wagon painted in British Railways goods bauxite livery.The LNER was slow to adopt steel underframe, so while the design of the cattle wagon followed the style used by the other four major railway companies the LNER examples continued to use wood underframes. This model reflects these details, along with the solid three-part doors with hand access holes, producing an accurate OO gauge replica of the LNER cattle wagon for the first time.
B.R 1948-1960s Numbers for ex wooden bodied private owner wagons in B.R. Service.
12 pairs of British Railways 1956-1968 'Lion Holding Wheel' locomotive crests4 pairs each in large, medium and small sizes.
12 pairs of British Railways 1948-1956 'Lion over Wheel' locomotive emblems.4 each in large, medium and small sizes.
Designed for the local branch lines around the Western Region as a push pull service, the driver was able to control the loco from the front of the coach.
Ideal for use with Hornby ex-GWR 14xx class and Bachmann ex-GWR 64xx class engines.
A detailed model of the Robinson design Director class 4-4-0 locomotives, built for the Great Central Railway. Era 3 1923-1948.
DCC Ready. 21-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
Modelmaster Decals - G.W.R. 1923-47 Comprehensive sheet of white GWR wagon lettering and numbersG.W.R. 1904-1948 Large sheet of wagon lettering & numbers, including 16" & 4" GW lettering, plus authentic ready made up vehicle numbers. and types, i.e. MOGO, SHOCVAN, etc..White lettering was applied to goods wagons painted in the GWR's usual dark grey colour and black painted service/engineering wagons.
Pack of 8 ST-16 No.3 radius standard length Setrack curved track sections. Sufficient for a half circle of track.At 298.5mm/11.75in radius this is ideal for those wanting to run long passenger trains and modern goods vehicles at speed without derailments.
Standard curve 22.5 degrees. 16 required to form a complete circle.Peco track is manufactured in Great Britain using quality nickel-silver rail which offers good electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance. Setrack track is supplied with fishplates already fitted and is compatible with the track supplied with Graham Farish train sets. Suitable for use with all manufacturers' N gauge model trains.