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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
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(Product Ref 98793)
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)
Hornby Railways R3533 OO Gauge Lord Phil Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST Industrial Shunting Engine Lined Green
£70.00
MRP £85.99
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(Product Ref 75661)
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)
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 Army locomotive 802, one of the Rustons 48DS shunters ordered by the War department during WW2 and used for military storage depot and airfield construction projects.

Era 3-4 1923-1957
£71.99
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(Product Ref 107237)
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
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(Product Ref 107238)
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.

£106.20
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(Product Ref 4173)
The Yorkshire Engine Company Janus locomotive is an 0-6-0 diesel-electric shunting locomotive wighing around 48 tons and powered by two Rolls-Royce C6SFL diesel engines with a combined power output of 400 bhp. Each engine has its' own cooling system and generator, each powering one of the two traction motors, thus simplifying the electrical system and allowing single-engine operation.

The GVH model is bring produced by Oxford using original engineering drawings, trade publicity and published histories, backed up with site visits to view and measure surviving locomotives. GVH are indebted to the archive departments and support of current and previous company owners of Janus locomotives in completing this task.

The model has been designed to incorporate many fine details of the original locomotives and also offer key detail variations made during their long operational ownership.

DCC Ready. Designed for DCC Sound

£79.95
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(Product Ref 43265)

Oxford Rail & Golden Valley Hobbies OO Gauge GV2013XS  Yorkshire Engine Company Janus 0-6-0 Diesel Shunting Locomotive British Steel No 5 DCC & Sound

The GVH model is bring produced by Oxford using original engineering drawings, trade publicity and published histories, backed up with site visits to view and measure surviving locomotives. GVH are indebted to the archive departments and support of current and previous company owners of Janus locomotives in completing this task. The model has been designed to incorporate many fine details of the original locomotives and also offer key detail variations made during their long operational ownership.

This sound equipped version will be fitted with an ESU Loksound v4.0 decoder and speaker combination, with a custom sound chamber to suit the Janus locomotive. Sounds have been recorded from a preserved locomotive at the Appleby Frodingham Railway Preservation Society and the sound clips will be mastered by well-known DCC Sound expert Legomanbiffo.

£175.00
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(Product Ref 99879)
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.
£89.95
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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
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(Product Ref 23312)
Hornby R3180 00 Gauge Tarmac Sentinel 4w 0-4-0 Industrial Shunting Diesel Engine Weathered Finish

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 organisations 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 painted in the green livery as a locomotive operated by aggregates and construction firm Tarmac.

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.
 
Please note that we are not able to supply a DCC decoder for this locomotive. Hornby Hobbies customer care department have told us that a decoder is available to customers, but is not supplied to retailers.

£49.99
MRP £55.99
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(Product Ref 755)