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Industrial and London Transport Locos. Steam and diesel industrial shunting engines, Andrew Barclay saddle tanks by Hattons Model Railways, Peckett steam and Sentinel diesel shunting engines. Janus diesels by Golden Valley Hobbies and LT Metropolitan line Bo-Bo electric locos from Heljan.
A highly detailed and smooth running model of the Peckett class W4 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine.
Model finished in Peckett light green as Charity Colliery locomotive FOREST No1
£89.99
MRP £99.99
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(Product Ref 86182)

Hornbys' Packett W4 class 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine is finely detailed and smooth running model. 

Model finished in Port of London Authority (PLA) livery.

£89.99
MRP £99.99
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(Product Ref 98793)
Hornby Railways R3528 OO Gauge Weston, Clevedon & Portishead Railway 4, ex-LBSCR Stroudley A1X Terrier 0-6-0T Southern-style Lined Green WC&PR Lettering.

Stroudleys sturdy Terrier 0-6-0 tank engines were popular with light railway companies, the Weston, Clevedon and Portishead owning two.

£72.50
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(Product Ref 63636)
Hornbys' R3615 Peckett W4 model has proven to be a superb model with an excellent motor and drive mechanism inside. The model runs smoothly and performs well at slow speed shunting tasks
£99.99
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(Product Ref 100831)
A detailed and smooth running OO gauge model of the Andrew Barclay 14in cylinder 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine. These engines shared a distinctive flat-sided saddle tank profile with other Kilmarnock locomotive builders, with the Andrew Barclay company being among the most prolific of the British locomotive builders.
The GWR owned two Andrew Barclay shunting engines acquired at the 1923 grouping from the Swansea Harbour Trust and Powlesland & Mason. Privately owned Andrew Barclay 2047 wasn't an ex-BR engine but the owner fitted GWR numberplates for 705, the next vacant number in the series used, when the engine was restored on the East Somerset Railway. The engine is currently working at the Plym Valley Railway carrying it's GWR 705 identity.
£99.00
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(Product Ref 106821)
A detailed and smooth running OO gauge model of the Andrew Barclay 14in cylinder 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine. These engines shared a distinctive flat-sided saddle tank profile with other Kilmarnock locomotive builders, with the Andrew Barclay company being among the most prolific of the British locomotive builders.
The Burnley Corporation Gas Department owned Andrew Barclay 1927 for many years, the engine carrying the gas works number 1 high on the cab side. Today this locomotive is displayed at the East Lancashire Railway, Bury.
£99.00
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(Product Ref 106820)
A detailed and smooth running OO gauge model of the Andrew Barclay 14in cylinder 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine. These engines shared a distinctive flat-sided saddle tank profile with other Kilmarnock locomotive builders, with the Andrew Barclay company being among the most prolific of the British locomotive builders.
Andrew Barclay 2134 Coronation is another of the well-known preserved Andrew Barclay locomotives finished in the attractive lined green livery.
£99.00
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(Product Ref 106836)
Bachmann have announced that an 03 shunter in NCB livery will be joining the range, partially in place of the 04 originally planned. This locomotive is painted in a plain black livery with end wasp stripes for visibility. D2199 was sold to NCB in 1974 after being overhauled and fitted with air brakes, required for shunting the HAA hopper wagons used on merry-go-round power station coal trains. The locomotive worked at Rockingham, North Gawber and Royston until being placed into store at Monkton in 1984. Purchased for preservation by the Heritage Shunters Trust D2199 was returned to BR green livery D2199 has also seen further commercial service on hire to Hanson Aggregates Machen Quarry (Newport) during the mid-2000s. Era 6/7 1967-1982.

DCC Ready. 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£100.00
MRP £124.95
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(Product Ref 4173)
Hornby Railways R3550 OO Gauge Peckett W4 Class 0-4-0ST '883' Lilleshall Co Black Livery


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(Product Ref 100775)
The Port of London authority purchased 10 Janus locomotives from the Yorkshire Engine Company to replace the last of its' large steam locomotives. The new diesels were finished in Oxford blue livery with oval numberplates. Following the end of commercial trade at the London docks most of these locomotives found new owners, several going to GKN/Allied Steel and Wire in South Wales.
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(Product Ref 43246)
GKN purchased several Yorkshire Engine Company Janus diesel shunters from the Port of London Authority, including 379, ex-PLA 201 to replace older diesel shunters at a number of the Allied Steel & Wire plants. The locomotives were painted in a pleasing Oxford blue livery with wasp-striped ends with nameplates carried over the end radiators. 379 Caerleon was usually employed at the Tremorfa rod mill, Cardiff.
£89.95
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(Product Ref 7534)
Oxford Rail & Golden Valley Hobbies GV2020 Janus 0-6-0 diesel shunter ICI Salt Division Red Livery
ICI operated Janus locomotives at several locations across the UK. In several places the ICI locomotives operated over BR tracks around exchange sidings.
£89.95
MRP £99.95
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(Product Ref 23312)
Hornby Railways R3576 OO Gauge Sentinel 19 4 wheel Diesel Hydraulic Industrial Shunting Locomotive Green

The large fleet of small industrial shunting engines has always lacked a good, detailed model. Hornby have made a good choice of prototype with this 4-wheel Sentinel diesel locomotive, a type which proved popular with industrial users, many large organizations operating sizable fleets.
Due to the consideration by the designers for ease of operation and safety for the crew Sentinels have remained in service until recent years, often only being replaced by newer locomotives from Sentinels' successors developed from the Sentinel design. Many Sentinels have since found new homes on heritage railways.

This model is DCC Ready. Hornby have a special 4-pin decoder unit for these models available from their customer care department. Tel. 01843 233525. The service sheet lists part X9659 for the decoder.
We regret that we are not able to supply the DCC decoder for this locomotive, Hornby Hobbies have declined to supply these to retailers.
£67.49
MRP £74.99
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(Product Ref 25732)

Model of an Andrew Barclay 0-6-0 side tank industrial shunting engine painted in NCB red livery.
These engines with the front of the tanks sloped downwards to give better visibility for the driver, were popular at collieries where trains had to be moved along a private mineral railway to reach the connection with the national network. Preserved examples are equally capable when called on to haul short passenger trains on heritage railways.

£53.99
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(Product Ref 95460)
Model of an Andrew Barclay 0-6-0 side tank industrial shunting engine finished in blackberry black livery with red and pale blue lining.
These engines with the front of the tanks sloped downwards to give better visibility for the driver, were popular at collieries where trains had to be moved along a private mineral railway to reach the connection with the national network. Preserved examples are equally capable when called on to haul short passenger trains on heritage railways.
£53.99
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(Product Ref 2687)
Peckett W4 class 0-4-0ST works number 882 was built in 1902, finsihed in the standard Peckett lined green livery and sent to Willans and Robinson at Queensferry, Wales with the name Niclausse. The locomotive was named after a type of French designed field-tube boiler used in some of the last pre-dreadnought battleships.

Hornbys' Peckett W4 model has proven to be a superb model with an excellent motor and drive mechanism inside. The model runs smoothly and performs well at slow speed shunting tasks.

£89.99
MRP £99.99
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(Product Ref 93748)
The Hunslet 'Austerity' 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotives were ordered by the Ministry of Supply during WW2 as a standard heavy shunting engine. Hunslet based the design on shunting engines they had built for the steel industry in the late 1930s. They were simple, robust and powerful engines, well suited to heavy shunting tasks, with wheels large enough for local goods service.
After WW2 a number of these engines were retained by the British Army for shunting in their depots. This model is finished in army green livery as number 92 Waggoner. This engine worked at Longmoor initially, before moving to Histon and later Bicester depots, being officially retired to the army transport museum in 1984. Subsequently Waggoner was loaned to the Isle of Wight Railway and restored to service, with ownership passing to the Isle of Wight line in 2005.
lined blue livery as number 195 working on the Longmoor Military Railway in Hampshire. decoder required for DCC operation.
£127.45
MRP £149.95
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(Product Ref 24001)
A detailed and smooth running OO gauge model of the Andrew Barclay 16in cylinder 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine. Larger industrial sites often needed a locomotive capable of moving fully loaded trains and Andrew Barclay works number 2226 was purchased by ICI for their Dyestuffs division plant in Huddersfield
Now based on the Churnet Valley Railway this 1946 built engine is finished in lined maroon livery with the name Katie.
£89.00
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(Product Ref 106832)
£129.95
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(Product Ref 113331)
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(Product Ref 113327)
Hornby Centenary Collection.
Model of Peckett W4 locomotive works number 614 finished in fully lined photographic grey livery, posing for the catalogue!
£98.99
MRP £109.99
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(Product Ref 110734)
A highly detailed model of the Peckett B2 class 0-6-0 saddle tank shunting engines.
Model finished as Associated Portland Cement owned engine Westminster.
Era 3-6, 1923-1970, plus preservation.
£93.50
MRP £109.99

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(Product Ref 107149)
A highly detailed model of the Peckett B2 class 0-6-0 saddle tank shunting engines.
Model finished as Sherwood Colliery company locomotive number 4, named Sherwood.
Era 3, 1923-1947.
£98.99
MRP £109.99

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(Product Ref 107147)
This model represents an unusual era in British railway history. Seeking replacements for their small fleet of steam locomotives required for engineering trains London Transport settled on the GWR 57xx pannier tanks as ideal replacements. Several of the locomotives were sold directly to preservation societies when withdrawn.
The Bachmann model features a smooth running mechanism, offering good slow-running, ideal for shunting, plus a realistic top speed for moving goods trains on the mainline. The body is nicely detailed, representing the early design of the 57xx locos, finished in this case in London Transport maroon livery.
£101.95
MRP £119.95

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(Product Ref 44897)
A detailed and smooth running OO gauge model of the Andrew Barclay 14in cylinder 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine. These engines shared a distinctive flat-sided saddle tank profile with other Kilmarnock locomotive builders, with the Andrew Barclay company being among the most prolific of the British locomotive builders.
The GWR owned two Andrew Barclay shunting engines acquired at the 1923 grouping from the Swansea Harbour Trust and Powlesland & Mason. Privately owned Andrew Barclay 2047 wasn't an ex-BR engine but the owner fitted GWR numberplates for 705, the next vacant number in the series used, when the engine was restored on the East Somerset Railway. The engine is currently working at the Plym Valley Railway carrying it's GWR 705 identity.
£99.00

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(Product Ref 106822)
A detailed and smooth running OO gauge model of the Andrew Barclay 16in cylinder 0-4-0 saddle tank industrial shunting engine. These larger engines were popular with collieries and the steel industry, the larger diameter cylinders delivering extra power. 
The National Coal Board had a significant fleet of these shunting engines which were often painted very nicely when fresh from overhaul, though quickly got rather dirty! NCB Ayrshire Area No.10 is finished in lined black livery.
£99.00

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(Product Ref 106831)
Bachmann 35-175 00 Gauge ROD 1918 Robinson 2-8-0 Locomotive War Department Black
During the later stages of WW1 these Robinson 2-8-0 locomotives were being built for the War Department, intended for service on military trains.
£148.70
MRP £174.95

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A new detailed model of the tiny Ruston & Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engines. These small locomotives were built to as an economical alternative to steam locomotive for shunting at small industrial sites.
Model finished as the Longmorn Distillery shunting engine named Queen Anne.

Era 7 1973-1985
£71.99
MRP £79.99

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(Product Ref 107238)
A finely detailed model of the Yorkshire Engine Co Janus design industrial diesel shunting engines purchased by British Steel. The bright yellow livery provided improved visual warning of moving trains within the works. Produced with permission of Tata Steel.

Limited Edition of 500 DCC Ready Designed for DCC Sound

£94.95
MRP £109.95

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(Product Ref 43240)
Heljan 9002 OO Gauge London Transport 1 ex-Metropolitan Railway Bo-Bo Metropolitan Vickers Electric Locomotive London Transport Wartime Grey Livery

Another interesting locomotive model from Heljan in the form of the Metropolitan Railways' later Metropolitan-Vickers electric locomotives. Built for express services on the Amersham line where the Metropolitan competed with the Great Central Railways' outer suburban services these locomotives passed into the ownership of the LPTB (London Transport) in 1933. Following replacement by multiple-unit trains in the early 1960s LT retained several locomotives for shutning and engineering work. Two survive today, 5 John Hampden displayed in the LT museum at Covent Garden and 12 Sarah Siddons, retained initially as a test locomotive to assess the performance of composite brake blocks No12 has been overhauled for railtour use, including being made suitable for working on the Southern 'third rail' network.

Heljan locomotives are designed with a heavy diecast chassis powered by a central placed motor with drive to all axles, providing plenty of train-pulling capacity. The bodyshell is finely detailed, nicely depicting the bodyside panelling and ventilation grilles.
Finished in plain 'Service Grey' this model of London Transport locomotive 1, running without nameplates, represents the class as running during much of WW2 and into the 1950s.

£110.00
MRP £139.95

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(Product Ref 94579)
Finely detailed model of a L&SWR B4 class 0-4-0 side tank shunting engine tank is finished as Stewarts and Lloyds SUSSEX in yellow livery.
This engine was the former SR number 100, allocated BR number 30100 which was never applied as the locomotive was sold for industrial service in February 1949, working at Stewarts and Lloyds, Bilston until 1958.
£95.00
MRP £110.00

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(Product Ref 6295)
Bachmann 35-176 00 Gauge WD ROD 2394 Robinson 2-8-0 Goods Locomotive LNWR Black Livery

Expected April 2019
During the later stages of WW1 these Robinson 2-8-0 locomotives were being built for the War Department, intended for service on military trains.
Initially loaned out to the railway companies several companies later bought the engines from the War Department. This model carries LNWR livery, one of 30 locomotives purchased by the London North Western company.
£148.70
MRP £174.95

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(Product Ref 84459)
Peckett Works No. 737/1899 Daphne was purchased new by Howell Lloyd Hardwicke, trading as the Tytherington Stone Co. to shunt at Church Quarry, replacing a road traction engine that had been converted to a 4-2-0 railway locomotive. Daphne was replaced at Church Quarry sometime after 1919 and in 1923 was sold on to Pilkington Bros. of St. Helen's in Lancashire. Now preserved, Daphne can be found at the Ribble Steam Railway Museum in Preston..
Era 2-3, 1890-1947
£89.99
MRP £99.99

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(Product Ref 107153)
Detailed model of the Peckett W4 class 0-4-0ST industrial saddle tank shunting engine finished as Bear, the standard gauge Peckett owned by the Sittingbourne and Kelmsley railway. This model features the open back cab.
Era 7-8, 1890-1947
£89.99
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(Product Ref 107154)
Detailed model of the Peckett W4 class 0-4-0ST industrial saddle tank shunting engine finished as Lady Edith, a locomotive used at the Round Oak Works on the Earl of Dudley's extensive private industrial railway system serving industries of the Black Country. This model features the open back cab.
Expected June 2021
Era 2-3, 1890-1947
£89.99
MRP £99.99

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(Product Ref 107171)
Detailed model of Peckett class B2 0-6-0ST saddle tank shunting engine number 1456 built in 1918 for the Bloxham & Whiston Ironstone company and finished in Peckett lined green livery.
£98.99
MRP £109.99

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(Product Ref 110741)
Detailed model of Peckett B2 class 0-6-0 saddle tank engine number 1426, ordered in 1916 by the Glasbrook brothers for shunting at their Garngoch No.3 Colliery (north of Swansea). The engine passed into the ownership of the National Coal Board in 1947 and is modelled in plain green livery.
£98.99
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(Product Ref 110742)
Detailed and smooth running model of the small Ruston Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engine finished as 417892 Jim owned by the DVLR Derwent Valley Light Railway in York. The model is supplied with a flat wagon with pickups to maintain power collection on insulated frog points, but can also be run on it's own, which it manages very well.
£80.99
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(Product Ref 110784)
Detailed and smooth running model of the small Ruston Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engine finished as 200793 in safety yellow livery as carried with working for rail construction contractors GrantRail, at one time working on the channel tunnel project! The model is supplied with a flat wagon with pickups to maintain power collection on insulated frog points, but can also be run on it's own, which it manages very well.
£81.89
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(Product Ref 110785)
Detailed model of Peckett W4 class 0-4-0 saddle tank shunting engine works number 834 built in 1900 for the Dowlais Ironworks. Numbered 33 and named Lady Cornelia the engine carried this decoratively lined out green livery with black cab panel edging and incised corners.
£94.49
MRP £104.99

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(Product Ref 110806)
Detailed and smooth running model of the Peckett W4 class 0-4-0 saddle tank shunting engine finished as number 490 built for the Crawshay Brothers in 1890. Model finished in plain green livery.
£94.49
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(Product Ref 110805)
Detailed and smooth running model of the small Ruston Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engine finished as 235511 owned by the Express Dairy company for use at their Cricklewood bottling plant, working until 1954. The model is supplied with a flat wagon with pickups to maintain power collection on insulated frog points, but can also be run on it's own, which it manages very well.
£80.99
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(Product Ref 110808)
The Hunslet 'Austerity' 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotives were ordered by the Ministry of Supply during WW2 as a standard heavy shunting engine. Hunslet based the design on shunting engines they had built for the steel industry in the late 1930s. They were simple, robust and powerful engines, well suited to heavy shunting tasks, with wheels large enough for local goods service.
Many of these engines were purchased by the coal, iron and steel industries to replace much older locomotives and continued to serve into the 1970s.
This model replicates NCB locomotive 19 finished in a combination of NCB blue and high visibility yellow.
DCC Ready, Next18 decoder required for DCC operation.
£127.45
MRP £149.95

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(Product Ref 95842)
The Hunslet 'Austerity' 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotives were ordered by the Ministry of Supply during WW2 as a standard heavy shunting engine. Hunslet based the design on shunting engines they had built for the steel industry in the late 1930s. They were simple, robust and powerful engines, well suited to heavy shunting tasks, with wheels large enough for local goods service.
Many of these engines were purchased by the coal, iron and steel industries to replace much older locomotives and continued to serve into the 1970s.
This model replicates a NCB locomotive in green livery carrying the name Amazon, completed with a weathered finish.
DCC Ready, Next18 decoder required for DCC operation.
£144.45
MRP £169.95

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(Product Ref 44758)
The Hunslet 'Austerity' 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotives were ordered by the Ministry of Supply during WW2 as a standard heavy shunting engine. Hunslet based the design on shunting engines they had built for the steel industry in the late 1930s. They were simple, robust and powerful engines, well suited to heavy shunting tasks, with wheels large enough for local goods service.
After WW2 a number of these engines were retained by the British Army for shunting in their depots. This model is finished in lined blue livery as number 195 working on the Longmoor Military Railway in Hampshire.
DCC Ready, Next18 decoder required for DCC operation.
£127.45
MRP £149.95

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(Product Ref 285)
When the L&BSCR decided to reduce its numbers of ‘Terrier’ locomotives, No. 70 was sold to the Rother Valley Railway (later the Kent & East Sussex Railway) in May 1901. Now painted blue and numbered No. 3 ‘Bodiam’, the locomotive was temporarily withdrawn from service in 1931, but returned to the line in 1933. After nationalisation ‘Bodiam’ was re-numbered No. 32670, continuing to serve on the K&ESR before being moved to Hayling Island. No. 32670 was withdrawn due to that branch's closure in 1963, but saved for preservation.
£89.99
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(Product Ref 113513)
This locomotive has had various roles and owners over the years before ending up in the hands of London Carriers International, based at Paddock Wood in Kent. London Carriers International operated a large rail fitted warehouse and used their sentinel to move goods dropped off by BR trains into and around the ½ mile long building. Supposedly the exhausts produced at start-up regularly set off the buildings fire alarms and so the locomotive was quickly sold on to the East Lancashire Railway.
£71.09
MRP £78.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Nov 21
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(Product Ref 113510)
Locomotive build No. 10089 was constructed in 1962 before undergoing a complete refurbishment in 2007 to be delivered to Hitachi for shunting work at Ashford, primarily involving the high speed class 395 ‘Javelin’ EMUs. The locomotive was named after the chairman of Hitachi Europe, 'Chiaki Ueda'.
£75.59
MRP £83.99

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(Product Ref 113512)
Peckett works number 1203 named The Earl was built in 1910 for the Nixon’s Navigation Coal Company and delivered to Deep Duffryn Colliery in Mountain Ash, South Wales. Opened in 1850 this colliery remained open until 1971. During the time No. 1203 was delivered the colliery employed over 1200 people and NCB Mountain Ash is well known as one of the last coal board locations to use steam locomotives, though many of the older engines including The Earl were replaced by Austerity saddle tanks and ex-GWR pannier tanks in the 1960s.
Peckett 1203 The Earl is modelled in NCB plain blue livery.
£103.49
MRP £114.99

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(Product Ref 113484)
Run by the merchants of the City of Bristol the Port of Bristol Authority naturally supported Bristol based locomotive builders when purchasing the fleet of shunting engines needed for the dock complexes at Portishead and Avonmouth. Peckett B2 class 0-6-0 saddle tank engine Henry was built in 1913 and was noted in a list of locomotives at Avonmouth docks in 1939.
This model is finished in the attractive Peckett factory finish of lined mid-green with polished brasswork. The PBA locomotive crews tried to maintain their engines in this finish, taking pride in being able to in compete with the GWR's smartly polished passenger engines.
£103.49
MRP £114.99

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(Product Ref 113485)
The 88bhp Ruston 88DS is the 'big brother' to the 48DS, designed to be powerful enough to replace a small steam shunting locomotive.
Ruston 421415 was built new for the North British Distillery Co. Ltd, being delivered in March 1958 to their distillery in the Gorgie district of Edinburgh, around the period when the distillery was expanding to include the former Edinburgh Corporation Tramways depot. In 1973, the locomotive was donated to the fledgling Fife Railway Preservation Group, who located it at the Lochty Private Railway until 1994. 421415 has now been restored and wears the livery of the North British Railway.
£84.59
MRP £93.99

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(Product Ref 113534)
The 88bhp Ruston 88DS is the 'big brother' to the 48DS, designed to be powerful enough to replace a small steam shunting locomotive.
Ruston 441934 was built new for chocolate and confectionery manufacturers Rowntree & Co. Ltd of York, delivered in April 1960 and joining fellow Ruston 88DS locomotives 421419/1958 and 432479/1959 as No. 3. In 1979 a new 0-6-0 locomotive was bought for the York factory and No.3 was transferred to Rowntree’s Fawdon, Newcastle factory until rail service there ended in 1987. No. 3 was passed to the North York Moors Railway for preservation, but in 2013 was quite fittingly acquired by two members of the Derwent Valley Light Railway and has returned to York, being named Ken Cooke in honour of a former Rowntree’s employee, a D-Day veteran and holder of the Legion d’Honneur.
£84.59
MRP £93.99

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(Product Ref 113535)
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London Transport purchased 57xx panniers from British Railways, Heljan have now added LTs own Metropolitan Railway electric locomotives.
The introduction of the Sentinel diesel shunter and then the Peckett saddle tank by Hornby provide more useful engines for modelling industrial railways with their often sharply curved track and compact sites with tracks disappearing into buildings.
For heavy industry Oxford Rail and Golden Valley Hobbies have now added the powerful Janus diesel shunters, a type which was tested by BR as a possible class 08 replacement.