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Freightliner Heavy Haul HIA Limestone Hopper Wagon in Green No. 369011A new and finely detailed model of the HIA high capacity limestone hopper wagons operated by Freightliner Heavy Haul.
Complete lettering sets for two each of 'UNITED DAIRIES' and 'EXPRESS DAIRIES' six wheeled milk tank wagons. Black & White.
L.N.E.R. 1923-1947 Large (12") Mixed Traffic & Freight Loco Numbering & Lettering, also used on secondary passenger locos. With bufferbeam numbers. Yellow shaded red, white & brown.
Glue and paints are required
The two points supplied allow you to add sidings to your layout from the outset. Sidings let you shunt your trains, attach and detach wagons, or simply store one train while another train is running. The layout can be further expanded using Peco Setrack, or the similar sectional track from Hornby and Bachmann, all these ranges using the same rail and fishplate connectors.
A track plans book is supplied with the set, full of ideas and suggestions for interesting layouts. Base oval layout requires a space of 1626 x 991mm 64 x 39 inch.
These tank wagons were used to collect coal tar, a by-product of coal gas production, for refining to extract more useful petro-chemical products. Butlers' operated works in the cities of Bristol and Gloucester and these tar wagons would have travelled widely across the west of England, West Midlands and Welsh borders to collect raw materials from town gas companies to supply the refining plants.The Butler company originated in the GWR broad gauge era, Mr Butler being appointed by Mr Brunel to run the GWRs' timber treatment plant in Bristol. Later Mr Butler formed his own company, taking over the Bristol works and the company is still operating today as suppliers of industrial oil products like heating oil.
12 true-scale, high quality models of the Westinghouse EP Pneumatic point motor. Widely used in the UK, Australia and parts of Europe.
These accurate representations make a real difference when added to your layout and are the perfect partner for Cobalt motors!
The bearing reamer set contains two reamers designed to clean up the moulded plastic bearing holes of RTR coaches and wagons and older kits with moulded plastic bearings. Fitting between the bearing sockets in place of the axle finger pressure can be applied to turn the reamer and cut a clean tapered bearing for pin-point axles. This cleans out any accumulated dirt/debris and corrects any faults with the moulded profile.The reamers can also be used to make the bearing holes deeper, for example to allow standard length axles with recent finer-scale wheels to be fitted to Lima rolling stock and dealing with any 'tight' axles.
AE Model 8-Pin Harness 4 Function Mini Decoder – Quality decoders at a sensible price.
All AE decoders conform to NMRA and NEM standards. They are produced to the highest quality standards. They also include many unique features and are tailored to give best performance straight from the box.
A highly detailed model of the GWR 8750 type panniers built from 1933, part of the 57xx class of 863 engines being built between 1929 and 1950. The 57xx became the mainstay of the GWRs small tank engine fleet for shunting, station pilot, pickup goods and branch line service.Model finished as 8750 type number 9669 in British Railways black livery with late crest.
A highly detailed model of the GWR 8750 type panniers built from 1933, part of the 57xx class of 863 engines being built between 1929 and 1950. The 57xx became the mainstay of the GWRs small tank engine fleet for shunting, station pilot, pickup goods and branch line service.Model of number 8763 finished in British Railways lined black livery with early emblem, one of a small number of panniers to carry lined black livery and used on empty stock workings into Paddington station.
A highly detailed model of the GWR 57xx pannier tank locomotives introduced in 1929, with 863 of these capable engines being built by 1950. The 57xx became the mainstay of the GWRs small tank engine fleet for shunting, station pilot, pickup goods and branch line service.Model finished as 6739, built by the Yorkshire Engine Company with riveted construction pannier tanks, painted in British Railways black livery with early emblem.
Once Virgin Trains obtained the franchise for the West Coast Main Line route on the 9th March 1997 they set about re-branding the locomotive and coach fleet in their very distinctive red, black with white stripes livery. They also put in place a programme of enhancing the service on board.Subsequently they ordered new trains which would see Virgin branded Mk3a coaches re-appear in many surprising locations prior to a repaint.
Introduced by the LNER in 1937, later examples had all-welded bodies. BR also built some and uprated their capacity to 22 tons. Lasted into the 1980s, mostly in engineer’s use. Transfers for LNER, early and post-TOPS BR.Supplied with metal wheels and 3 link couplings.Intended to carry steel sheet or plates many sheet steel components could also be carried. The wagons proved versatile in service and often saw use as flat wagons conveying road vehicles and farm implements.
These impressive wagons were built by Bombardier/Prorail of Wakefield in 1998 and designed to carry spent nuclear fuel from Royal Navy nuclear submarines from their bases at Devonport and Rosyth to Sellafield for disposal and typically ran with double headed Class 37/6 locomotives
12 pairs of British Railways 1956-1968 'Lion Holding Wheel' locomotive crests4 pairs each in large, medium and small sizes.
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.
A pack of 10 sets of 3 link couplings with etched brass hooks. Springs are supplied to allow the coupler drawbar to be sprung if required.
A highly detailed model of the GWR 57xx pannier tank locomotives introduced in 1929, with 863 of these capable engines being built by 1950. The 57xx became the mainstay of the GWRs small tank engine fleet for shunting, station pilot, pickup goods and branch line service.Model finished as ex-GWR 5775 painted in GNSR 'Great North & South Railway' lined caramel livery for the filming of The Railway Children'.
Era 3. 1923-1947
The Smartswitch(TM) system can be used to operate turnouts, semaphore signals, level crossing gates and barriers and other moving features. This Control Board will facilitate the control of up to 4 Servos. Watch the videos to see the potential uses and ease of installation of this system and see our Shows You How booklet No. 24 Operating Points and Signals.
L.N.E.R. 1923-1947 Large (12") Passenger Loco Numbering & Lettering, with larger buffer beam numbers for Streamlined locomotives, as well as smaller ones form all other loco types. Gold shaded red, white & black.