London & North Eastern Rly Locos

Locomotives built by the LNER for Eastern England and Scotland. Eras 3-5
Hornby Railways R3086 OO Gauge LNER 4472 Flying Scotsman 4-6-2 Locomotive

Hornby use the base tooling for the Gresley A3 class pacific to produce this budget priced model of the famous LNER locomotive 4472 Flying Scotsman.

£120.99
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Hornby Railways R3529 OO Gauge LNER 7942 J15 Class ex-GER 0-6-0 Small Goods Engine LNER Black

Dimensions - Length 218mm.

A detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engines.

DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£99.99
MRP £140.75
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The experimental locomotive 10000 had been built on the A4 chassis design and following the high pressure boiler testing was rebuilt with a conventional boiler and streamlining. Now closely resembling an A4 class locomotive 10000 ran until 1959 alongside the A4 class pacifics. This model presents 10000 in rebuilt form finished in the LNER garter blue livery applied to 10000 after rebuilding.
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Post war, at the time of nationalisation and now numbered 60700, the corridor tender was swapped for the streamlined non-corridor tender from 60004 William Whitelaw and the locomotive was engaged in more varied duties, working occasional passenger services to Leeds and Cambridge from Kings Cross alongside the occasional 'lodging' turns to Newcastle. Following allocation to Doncaster on 25 October 1953, 60700 became a more frequent visitor to Leeds and also worked turns to Sheffield, as well as Doncaster to Peterborough passenger services and various braked goods trains. In a similar circumstance to 10000 never receiving its proposed name of British Enterprise in November 1929, 60700 never received its intended name of Pegasus, for which the nameplates were cast on 13 April 1951
£229.04
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Bachmann 31-002 00 Gauge BR 63635 Class O4 Robinson ROD 2-8-0 Black Livery Early Crest

This detailed model of 63635 is painted in the BR black livery with the early lion over wheel crest.

DCC Ready. 21-pin decoder required.

£99.00
MRP £129.95

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The Class D11/1 has been introduced to complement our recently announced D11/2 locomotives. The locomotives feature a standard cab roof, dome and chimney; self-trimming tender with water pick-up apparatus and a running footplate with no valance and etched nameplates.
62667 Somme is finished in the early British Railways black livery with lion over wheel emblem.
£169.95
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Hornby's RailRoad OO gauge model no. R3371 of the famous LNER  record breaker - 4-6-2 'Mallard' A4 Class. At the time of its record breaking exploits the driving wheels were behind streamlined valances that were removed from the class in WW2 to simplify maintenance. 

Dimensions - Length 291mm. DCC Type: DCC Ready Livery: LNER Class: A4 Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound. Loco Drive Wheel Configuration: 4-6-2

£120.99
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New model announced 2020, delivery expected Quarter 1 2021.
The experimental locomotive 10000 had been built on the A4 chassis design and following the high pressure boiler testing was rebuilt with a conventional boiler and streamlining. Now closely resembling an A4 class locomotive 10000 ran until 1959. Like the A4 class engines the wheel valances were removed to aid access for maintenance. This model presents 10000 with it's British Railways number of 60700 in lined green livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
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Having completed nearly 90,000 miles of test running since new, Sir Nigel Gresley's W1 4-6-4HP 10000 entered Darlington Works on 21 August 1935 for what was anticipated to be a major overhaul and modification. During this period Gresley decided that it was time to rebuild 10000 as a three cylinder locomotive with a conventional firetube boiler and 10000 was moved to Doncaster Works on 13 October 1936, the first drawing for the modification being prepared at the end of November. When 10000 was finally released from Doncaster Works in November 1937, it was a significantly different locomotive; being fitted with a diagram 111 boiler that was very similar to the diagram 108 boiler fitted to 2006 Wolf of Badenoch, and with a streamlined casing to the same pattern as the A4 class.
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In 1946 ‘Flying Scotsman’ was rebuilt to A3 class specification and emerged in January 1947 having been renumbered by LNER as No. 103. In December 1948 ‘Flying Scotsman’ was once again renumbered as a result of the nationalisation of the railways, becoming No. 60103. BR Painted the locomotive in a stunning BR Express Blue livery which was retained until 1954.
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Bachmann Branchline 31-137A OO Gauge LNER 6401 James Fitzjames D11/2 Class 4-4-0 LNER Black

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.

£169.95
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Featuring a detailed and true-to-prototype bodyshell coupled with a high performance chassis, which is driven by a five pole motor and complete with a Next18 DCC decoder socket and space for a speaker, this model is sure to be popular with LNER enthusiasts and adds another tank engine to the LNER locomotive fleet.
£144.45
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Featuring a detailed and true-to-prototype bodyshell coupled with a high performance chassis, which is driven by a five pole motor and complete with a Next18 DCC decoder socket and space for a speaker, this model is sure to be popular with LNER enthusiasts and adds another tank engine to the LNER locomotive fleet.
£144.45
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Bachmann Branchline 31-716A 00 Gauge BR 61076 Thompson B1 Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Black Late Crest - Weathered Finish

Dimensions - Length 267mm.

The Thompson B1 class was one the LNERs most successful classes. Introduced in 1942 the locomotives were almost new when BR took over ownership and many lasted until the end of steam on the Eastern region in 1967.

DCC Ready. 8-pin socket

£164.95
MRP £189.95

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Dimensions - Length 267mm

The Thompson B1 class was one the LNERs most successful classes, easily meeting the demands made on the general purpose mixed traffic engines. Introduced in 1942 the locomotives were almost new when BR took over ownership and many lasted until the end of steam on the Eastern region in 1967.

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£154.95
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A truly superb model of 60163 Tornado, a completely new locomotive to the design by LNER chief engineer A H Peppercorn of the old Class A1 Pacific (4-6-2) design, none of which class was preserved. The model accurately reflects the details of Tornado as completed, including the tender which has been built for service on the modern railway.

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Era 9. DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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A truly superb model of 60163 Tornado, a completely new locomotive to the design by LNER chief engineer A H Peppercorn of the old Class A1 Pacific (4-6-2) design, none of which class was preserved. The model accurately reflects the details of Tornado as completed, including the tender which has been built for service on the modern railway.

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Era 9. DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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One of Britains most powerful locomotive classes Gresley's mixed traffic V2 class 2-6-2s were capable of hauling huge trains when asked and in later double-chimney form could match the express passenger pacifics and even the Deltic diesels when called as substitutes.
Model of LNER 4791 finished in LNER apple green livery.
£195.95
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£280.95
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Bachmann are fully retooling the LNER V2 models. Pricing to be advised.
One of Britains most powerful locomotive classes Gresleys mixed traffic V2 class 2-6-2s were capable of hauling huge trains when asked and in later double-chimney form could match the express passenger pacifics and even the Deltic diesels when called as substitutes.
Model of British Railways 60845 finished in lined black livery with early emblem.
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£280.95
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One of Britains most powerful locomotive classes Gresleys mixed traffic V2 class 2-6-2s were capable of hauling huge trains when asked and in later double-chimney form could match the express passenger pacifics and even the Deltic diesels when called as substitutes.
Model of British Railways 60847 St Peter's School finished in lined green livery with late crest.
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A highly detailed models of the diminutive Wordsell H class, later LNER class Y7, 0-4-0 tank engines built for the North Eastern Railway in small batches between 1888 and 1923, totalling 25 locomotives. Designed for light shunting duties around the docks and coal staithes in the North East coast ports engines from this class were also used on the North Sunderland Railway, hauling both passenger and goods trains until closure in 1951, being one of the few locomotives types suitable for the light railway axleload limits. Two locomotives has been preserved.
Rapido Trains have designed the model to reflect the differences between batches of these engines, basing the model on 1891 built number 1310 preserved at the Middleton Railway. A small coreless motor is fitted, with a flywheel provided for smooth running, allowing for the cab interior to be modelled in great detail and still permit a speaker to be accommodated for DCC sound options.
Model finished as North Eastern Railway locomotive 24 in original Saxony green livery.
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A highly detailed models of the diminutive Wordsell H class, later LNER class Y7, 0-4-0 tank engines built for the North Eastern Railway in small batches between 1888 and 1923, totalling 25 locomotives. Designed for light shunting duties around the docks and coal staithes in the North East coast ports engines from this class were also used on the North Sunderland Railway, hauling both passenger and goods trains until closure in 1951, being one of the few locomotives types suitable for the light railway axleload limits. Two locomotives has been preserved.
Rapido Trains have designed the model to reflect the differences between batches of these engines, basing the model on 1891 built number 1310 preserved at the Middleton Railway. A small coreless motor is fitted, with a flywheel provided for smooth running, allowing for the cab interior to be modelled in great detail and still permit a speaker to be accommodated for DCC sound options.
Model finished as North Eastern Railway locomotive 1310 in Saxony green livery as preserved at the Middleton Railway.
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A highly detailed models of the diminutive Wordsell H class, later LNER class Y7, 0-4-0 tank engines built for the North Eastern Railway in small batches between 1888 and 1923, totalling 25 locomotives. Designed for light shunting duties around the docks and coal staithes in the North East coast ports engines from this class were also used on the North Sunderland Railway, hauling both passenger and goods trains until closure in 1951, being one of the few locomotives types suitable for the light railway axleload limits. Two locomotives has been preserved.
Rapido Trains have designed the model to reflect the differences between batches of these engines, basing the model on 1891 built number 1310 preserved at the Middleton Railway. A small coreless motor is fitted, with a flywheel provided for smooth running, allowing for the cab interior to be modelled in great detail and still permit a speaker to be accommodated for DCC sound options.
Model finished as North Eastern Railway locomotive 1303 in NER lined black livery.
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A highly detailed models of the diminutive Wordsell H class, later LNER class Y7, 0-4-0 tank engines built for the North Eastern Railway in small batches between 1888 and 1923, totalling 25 locomotives. Designed for light shunting duties around the docks and coal staithes in the North East coast ports engines from this class were also used on the North Sunderland Railway, hauling both passenger and goods trains until closure in 1951, being one of the few locomotives types suitable for the light railway axleload limits. Two locomotives has been preserved.
Rapido Trains have designed the model to reflect the differences between batches of these engines, basing the model on 1891 built number 1310 preserved at the Middleton Railway. A small coreless motor is fitted, with a flywheel provided for smooth running, allowing for the cab interior to be modelled in great detail and still permit a speaker to be accommodated for DCC sound options.
Model finished as LNER Darlington works shunter number 129 in black livery lettered LNER Darlington Works.
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A highly detailed models of the diminutive Wordsell H class, later LNER class Y7, 0-4-0 tank engines built for the North Eastern Railway in small batches between 1888 and 1923, totalling 25 locomotives. Designed for light shunting duties around the docks and coal staithes in the North East coast ports engines from this class were also used on the North Sunderland Railway, hauling both passenger and goods trains until closure in 1951, being one of the few locomotives types suitable for the light railway axleload limits. Two locomotives has been preserved.
Rapido Trains have designed the model to reflect the differences between batches of these engines, basing the model on 1891 built number 1310 preserved at the Middleton Railway. A small coreless motor is fitted, with a flywheel provided for smooth running, allowing for the cab interior to be modelled in great detail and still permit a speaker to be accommodated for DCC sound options.
Model finished as LNER locomotive 1800 in LNER wartime economy black livery lettered N E.
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A highly detailed models of the diminutive Wordsell H class, later LNER class Y7, 0-4-0 tank engines built for the North Eastern Railway in small batches between 1888 and 1923, totalling 25 locomotives. Designed for light shunting duties around the docks and coal staithes in the North East coast ports engines from this class were also used on the North Sunderland Railway, hauling both passenger and goods trains until closure in 1951, being one of the few locomotives types suitable for the light railway axleload limits. Two locomotives has been preserved.
Rapido Trains have designed the model to reflect the differences between batches of these engines, basing the model on 1891 built number 1310 preserved at the Middleton Railway. A small coreless motor is fitted, with a flywheel provided for smooth running, allowing for the cab interior to be modelled in great detail and still permit a speaker to be accommodated for DCC sound options.
Model finished as LNER locomotive 986 in LNER black livery.
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A highly detailed models of the diminutive Wordsell H class, later LNER class Y7, 0-4-0 tank engines built for the North Eastern Railway in small batches between 1888 and 1923, totalling 25 locomotives. Designed for light shunting duties around the docks and coal staithes in the North East coast ports engines from this class were also used on the North Sunderland Railway, hauling both passenger and goods trains until closure in 1951, being one of the few locomotives types suitable for the light railway axleload limits. Two locomotives has been preserved.
Rapido Trains have designed the model to reflect the differences between batches of these engines, basing the model on 1891 built number 1310 preserved at the Middleton Railway. A small coreless motor is fitted, with a flywheel provided for smooth running, allowing for the cab interior to be modelled in great detail and still permit a speaker to be accommodated for DCC sound options.
Model finished as LNER locomotive 1302 in LNER black livery.
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A highly detailed models of the diminutive Wordsell H class, later LNER class Y7, 0-4-0 tank engines built for the North Eastern Railway in small batches between 1888 and 1923, totalling 25 locomotives. Designed for light shunting duties around the docks and coal staithes in the North East coast ports engines from this class were also used on the North Sunderland Railway, hauling both passenger and goods trains until closure in 1951, being one of the few locomotives types suitable for the light railway axleload limits. Two locomotives has been preserved.
Rapido Trains have designed the model to reflect the differences between batches of these engines, basing the model on 1891 built number 1310 preserved at the Middleton Railway. A small coreless motor is fitted, with a flywheel provided for smooth running, allowing for the cab interior to be modelled in great detail and still permit a speaker to be accommodated for DCC sound options.
Model finished as British Railways 68089 in plain black livery lettered BRITISH RAILWAYS.
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Following on from the J27 model Oxford Rail have announced the production of the earlier and outwardly identical J26, NER class P2 0-6-0 locomotives.
5738 is modelled as running in LNER ownership.

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Following on from the J27 model Oxford Rail have announced the production of the earlier and outwardly identical J26, NER class P2 0-6-0 locomotives.
5738 is modelled as running in LNER ownership. DCC and sound fitted.

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Following on from the J27 model Oxford Rail have announced the production of the earlier and outwardly identical J26, NER class P2 0-6-0 locomotives.
65767 is modelled as running in BR ownership with the early lion over wheel emblem.
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Following on from the J27 model Oxford Rail have announced the production of the earlier and outwardly identical J26, NER class P2 0-6-0 locomotives.
65767 is modelled as running in BR ownership with the early lion over wheel emblem. DCC and sound fitted model.

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Following on from the J27 model Oxford Rail have announced the production of the earlier and outwardly identical J26, NER class P2 0-6-0 locomotives.
65736 is modelled as running in BR ownership with the later lion holding wheel crests.

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Following on from the J27 model Oxford Rail have announced the production of the earlier and outwardly identical J26, NER class P2 0-6-0 locomotives.
65736 is modelled as running in BR ownership with the later lion holding wheel crests. DCC and sound fitted.
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Oxford Rail OO model of BR 63837 J27 class 0-6-0 goods engine finished in BR black livery with early lion over wheel emblem
Built for the North Eastern Railway the class was formed of 115 locomotives built between 1906 and 1922 and lasting well into the British Railways era. One example has survived in preservation.
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Oxford Rail OO model of the LNER J27 class 0-6-0 goods engine 1214 finished in LNER black with red lining.
Built for the North Eastern Railway the class was formed of 115 locomotives built between 1906 and 1922 and lasting well into the British Railways era. One example has survived in preservation.
DCC Ready. DCC and sound fitted models also available.
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In 1990 a group of like-minded people came together in the belief that they could construct from new, a Peppercorn Class A1 Pacific locomotive. The first steam locomotive built in the United Kingdom since 'Evening Star' in 1960 and it would be built to meet modern safety and certification standards to enable it to run on mainline connected heritage railways. After a period of nearly 20 years the dream became a reality on the 29th July 2008 when locomotive No. 60163 'Tornado' moved under its own power at Darlington.
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LNER No. 2544 ‘Lemberg’ was built at Doncaster Works in July 1924 as a member of the A1 Class. In 1927 'Lemberg' became one of the first of the class to be rebuilt as an A3 Class locomotive. In 1946 ‘Lemberg’ was renumbered under Thompson’s renumbering scheme, becoming No. 45 before being renumbered again upon nationalisation of the railways, becoming BR No. 60045. As with other A3s, a double chimney was fitted to ‘Lemberg’ in 1958 followed by smoke deflectors to combat the resultant reduction in visibility caused by the softer exhaust blast. After a long service, the locomotive was withdrawn in 1964.
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Having been rebuilt with a conventional boiler and A4 style streamlining in 1937, the W1 ‘Hush-Hush’ continued to serve with LNER and later British Railways. Under BR the locomotive was renumbered 60700 and used to operate regular services out of Kings Cross to Leeds and Cambridge, remaining with BR until scrapping in 1959.
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At the end of January 1935, a Kychap double blastpipe and chimney was fitted to the W1, which eventually required the fitting of a smoke lifting cowl for better smoke clearance. On August 21, 1935. 10000 was returned to Darlington for the last time in its original form, having covered another 20,823 miles since June 1934. 10000 had proved to be extremely capable, but it was also unreliable, as out of the 1,888 days in service, the locomotive spent 1,105 at Darlington Works alone.
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In September 1937 the LNER introduced their East Anglian service, with the first train departing on the 27th. To celebrate this service, and to bring the locomotives more in line with several other recent LNER services which were all hauled by A4 locomotives two examples of the class were fitted with A4 style streamlining. These were designated the B17/5s.
'East Anglian' started out life as 2859 Norwich City, before gaining its streamlining under the LNER in 1937. The locomotive retained this streamlined shell into BR ownership until 1949 when the locomotive was rebuilt as a B17/6 in line with much of its classmates. The locomotive would go on to be withdrawn in March 1960 wearing the BR number of 61659 and was not preserved.

This model of the B17 includes a newly tooled body with full 'clothing' and cab detail. The locomotive features a 5 pole motor with flywheel and couples to rolling stock via NEM couplings front and rear.
Release scheduled for December 2024

£209.99

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In September 1937 the LNER introduced their East Anglian service, with the first train departing on the 27th. To celebrate this service, and to bring the locomotives more in line with several other recent LNER services which were all hauled by A4 locomotives two examples of the class were fitted with A4 style streamlining. These were designated the B17/5s.
2870 was introduced in to LNER service in 1937 as Manchester City, before being hastily renamed to Tottenham Hotspur. In September of the same year the locomotive would be renamed again to City of London and would be given its streamlined panels. The locomotive would be rebuilt as the B17/6 in April 1951 before being withdrawn 9 years later in April 1960 as 61670.

This model of the B17 includes a newly tooled body with full 'clothing' and cab detail. The locomotive features a 5 pole motor with flywheel and couples to rolling stock via NEM couplings front and rear.

£209.99

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This Hornby Dublo diecast Flying Scotsman 100 years model features the locomotive as it would have appeared at the time it entered LNER service in 1923. Carrying the number 1472 the locomotive is finished in a beautiful gloss apple green paint which gives the diecast boiler a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole motor and features cab detailing including crew figures
DCC ready with socket for 8 pin decoder.
£362.99

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This Hornby Dublo diecast Flying Scotsman 100 years model features the locomotive as it appeared at the 1924 British Empire Exhibition. Carrying its' new LNER number 4472 the locomotive is finished in a beautiful gloss apple green paint which gives the diecast boiler a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole motor and features cab detailing including crew figures
DCC ready with socket for 8 pin decoder.
£362.99

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Flying Scotsman 100 years gold plated limited edition model.
This Hornby Dublo diecast Flying Scotsman 100 years model features the locomotive as it would have appeared at the 1924 British Empire Exhibition paired with a GNR tender. Finished in a beautiful gloss apple green paint which gives the diecast boiler a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole motor and features cab detailing including crew figures
DCC ready with socket for 8 pin decoder.
£499.99

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This Hornby Dublo diecast Flying Scotsman 100 years model features the locomotive as it appeared during its tour of the United States in 1969.
The locomotive is finished in a beautiful semi-gloss paint which couples with the diecast boiler to create a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole moto and features cab detailing including crew figures. This model also features the specific embellishments that Flying Scotsman required to run on US rails, including its functioning top headlamp, bell and cowcatcher painted red as it would have been seen on the tour before its stop in St Louis, Missouri on the 30th June 1970 where the catcher was painted black to blend in with the existing locomotive features. This pack also includes the second tender, an iconic part of its USA consist.
DCC ready with socket for 8 pin decoder.
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Flying Scotsman 100 years gold plated limited edition model.
Model of LNER 4472 Flying Scotsman as it appeared during its tour of the United States in 1969.
The locomotive is finished in a beautiful semi-gloss paint which couples with the diecast boiler to create a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole moto and features cab detailing including crew figures. This model also features the specific embellishments that Flying Scotsman required to run on US rails, including its functioning top headlamp, bell and cowcatcher painted red as it would have been seen on the tour before its stop in St Louis, Missouri on the 30th June 1970 where the catcher was painted black to blend in with the existing locomotive features. This pack also includes the second tender, an iconic part of its USA consist.
DCC ready with socket for 8 pin decoder.
£534.99

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This Hornby Dublo diecast Flying Scotsman 100 years model features the locomotive as it would have appeared in 1963 under the ownership of Alan Pegler, after it was reverted from BR condition to its LNER guise albeit with some more modern features such as its banjo dome. The locomotive is finished in a beautiful semi-gloss paint which couples with the diecast boiler to create a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole motor and features cab detailing including crew figures
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£362.99

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Flying Scotsman 100 years gold plated limited edition model.
Model of the famous LNER locomotive 4472 Flying Scotsman as it appeared in 1963 under the ownership of Alan Pegler, after being returned to the cvlassic  LNER livery, albeit with some more modern features such as its banjo dome. The locomotive is finished in a beautiful semi-gloss paint which couples with the diecast boiler to create a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole motor and features cab detailing including crew figures
DCC ready with socket for 8 pin decoder.
£499.99

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This Hornby Dublo diecast Flying Scotsman 100 years model features the locomotive as it would have appeared 1946 in LNER paintwork but renumbered 103 under the scheme created by Edward Thompson. The locomotive is finished in a beautiful gloss paint which couples with the diecast boiler to create a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole motor and features cab detailing including crew figures
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£362.99

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Flying Scotsman 100 years gold plated limited edition model.
Model of the famous LNER Flying Scotsman locomotive with its LNER 1946 number of 103 finished in post WW2 apple green livery, but not yet with the final modifications and fittings the engine received through British Railways service. The model is finished in a beautiful gloss apple green paint which gives the diecast boiler a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole motor and features cab detailing including crew figures
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This Hornby Dublo diecast Flying Scotsman 100 years model features the locomotive as it appears in preservation today and during the celebrations of its 100th birthday in 2023 finished in British Railways lined green livery with German-style smoke deflectors. The locomotive is finished in a beautiful semi-gloss paint which couples with the diecast boiler to create a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole motor and features cab detailing including crew figures
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£362.99

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Flying Scotsman 100 years gold plated limited edition model.
Model of the famous LNER Flying Scotsman locomotive as it appears in preservation today and during the celebrations of its 100th birthday in 2023 finished in British Railways lined green livery with BR number 60103 and the German-style smoke deflectors fitted under British Railways ownership. The locomotive is finished in a beautiful semi-gloss paint which couples with the diecast boiler to create a finish close to that that could have been seen on the full size locomotive. The model is powered by a strong 5 pole motor and features cab detailing including crew figures
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Locomotive No.2573 'Harvester' was built right in the middle of the classes construction timeline. A North British Loco Company built version of the A1 Class, the locomotive would enter service in October 1924. The locomotive would be rebuilt to the A3 Class with haste, emerging as the upgraded version in April 1928. The locomotive would be renumbered 74 under Edward Thompson before becoming BR engine number 60074 on Nationalisation. Withdrawn on the 8th April 1963, the locomotive would sadly be scrapped before the end of the year.
Model features a diecast running plate and flickering firebox.
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Hornby Dublo A4 models feature a diecast body, just as their original Hornby Dublo counterparts would have seen. This is coupled with enchanted decoration, which when paired with the diecast of the boiler, provides a realistic finish to the body. The models contain a 5 pole motor with flywheel and are DCC ready with an 8 pin socket. These models will also contain a detail bag containing etched nameplates and headboards, allowing the model to be displayed as it would have appeared at the Great Gathering.

£320.99

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Hornby Dublo A4 models feature a diecast body, just as their original Hornby Dublo counterparts would have seen. This is coupled with enchanted decoration which when paired with the diecast of the boiler provides a realistic finish to the body. The models contain a 5 pole motor with flywheel and are DCC ready with an 8 pin socket. These models will also contain a detail bag containing etched nameplates and headboards, allowing the model to be displayed as it would have appeared at the Great Gathering.
£320.99

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Hornby Dublo A4 models feature a diecast body, just as their original Hornby Dublo counterparts would have seen. This is coupled with enchanted decoration which when paired with the diecast of the boiler provides a realistic finish to the body. The models contain a 5 pole motor with flywheel and are DCC ready with an 8 pin socket. These models will also contain a detail bag containing etched nameplates and headboards, allowing the model to be displayed as it would have appeared at the Great Gathering.
£320.99

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Hornby Dublo A4 models feature a diecast body, just as their original Hornby Dublo counter parts would have been seen. This is coupled with enchanted decoration which when paired with the diecast of the boiler provides a realistic finish to the body. The models contain a 5 pole motor with flywheel and are DCC ready with an 8 pin socket. These models will also contain a detail bag containing etched nameplates and headboards, allowing the model to be displayed as it would have appeared at the Great Gathering.
£320.99

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Hornby Dublo A4 models feature a diecast body, just as their original Hornby Dublo counter parts would have been seen. This is coupled with enchanted decoration which when paired with the diecast of the boiler provides a realistic finish to the body. The models contain a 5 pole motor with flywheel and are DCC ready with an 8 pin socket. These models will also contain a detail bag containing etched nameplates and headboards, allowing the model to be displayed as it would have appeared at the Great Gathering.
£320.99

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Hornby Dublo A4 models feature a diecast body, just as their original Hornby Dublo counter parts would have been seen. This is coupled with enchanted decoration which when paired with the diecast of the boiler provides a realistic finish to the body. The models contain a 5 pole motor with flywheel and are DCC ready with an 8 pin socket. These models will also contain a detail bag containing etched nameplates and headboards, allowing the model to be displayed as it would have appeared at the Great Gathering.
£320.99

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The most famous of the A4 locomotives is surely 4468 Mallard, the locomotive that broke and still holds the world record for the highest speed achieved by a steam locomotive. This record was achieved at the height of the streamlined battle between Gresley's A4 and the Streamline Coronation of Stanier's LMS. Mallard would go onto serve under BR as 60022 before being withdrawn in early 1963 having been earmarked for preservation as early as 1960, its historical significance recognised and understood.

The Hornby Class A4 is fitted with a five pole motor, as well as the new for the class flickering firebox feature and a new for 2023 locomotive to tender connection.

£195.99

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4478 Hermit was among the first 10 of the class to be built, rolling out of Doncaster works in July 1923 and into revenue earning service with the LNER. Just over halfway through its service life the locomotive would be rebuilt into the improved A3 Class with the conversion being undertaken in November of 1943. Withdrawal for the locomotive would take place in 1962, with all members of the class bar one being scrapped. Hermit, then 40109, was not the preserved example, with Flying Scotsman being saved and passing into railway legend due to its post-service career.

This Hornby model of 'Hermit' not only boasts a five pole skew wound motor but also a diecast running plate which adds increased weight for improved traction. Also worthy of note is the addition of a flickering firebox which illuminates the fully detailed cab.

£197.10
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Release scheduled for August 2023.
A detailed model of the North British Railway C class 0-6-0 goods engine finished in the standard black livery and lettered BRITISH RAILWAYS
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Release scheduled for August 2023.
Detailed model of the North British Railway 0-6-0 goods engines, later LNER class J36. Model finished in War Department (WD) livery as Royal Engineers Railways Operating Division (ROD) locomotive 5662.
Era 2. WW1. 1914-1918.
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A unique livery for the J36 was worn for a short while by 65330. This locomotive started life as 7778 built in 1900 by the NBR before being renumbered 9778, and 5330 by the LNER under their two numbering schemes. On entry to BR service it received the number 65330 and had its tender lettering removed and replaced with that of British Railways. Despite this, the locomotive retained its LNER Apple Green livery. This combination of LNER green and yellow BR lettering is a unique one that the locomotive would only wear for a short time.

This locomotive features a diecast boiler, strong 5 pole motor and NEM couplings front and rear. The locomotive also includes a large detail pack including a snowplough to accurately model how the locomotive may appear during the harshest of Scottish winters.

£148.49
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LNER No. 511 'Airborne' was built at Doncaster Works and entered service in July 1946. After nationalisation, it was renumbered 60511 and assigned to the Heaton engine shed. It was withdrawn in November 1962.
£229.04
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Upon becoming Chief Mechanical Engineer of the LNER, Thompson sought to create an unstreamlined, mixed traffic version of Gresley’s A4 Pacific locomotives. Being unable to secure permission to construct new locomotives, Thompson decided to rebuild the 2-8-2 P2 Class locomotives as the new A2/2 Class. Thompson advocated divided drive, a system in which the middle cylinder drove the forward two of the six driving wheels whilst the outside cylinders drove the middle two.

Due to his quest for standardisation, this arrangement necessitated the middle cylinder to be placed further forward than normal and the outside cylinders further back, behind the leading bogie, so that standard connecting rods could be used for all cylinders. Although the new designs retained much of the P2’s power despite their lighter weight, wheel slip issues made them unsuitable for the routes the P2’s had been designed for. P2 No. 2002 ‘Earl Marischal’ was rebuilt to become a A2/2 in June 1944, before being renumbered 502 in 1946 and 60502 upon the nationalisation of the railways. After becoming a A2/2, ‘Earl Marischal’ returned to Scotland before being moved south of the border to the York Shed at the end of 1949. The locomotive was withdrawn for service in 1961

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The 'A1 Trust', builders of the A1 locomotive 'Tornado', are currently in the process of building a continuation of the P2 class; 2007 ‘Prince of Wales’. Whilst this locomotive will be based off of 2001 ‘Cock o’ the North’, 2007 will incorporate some changes such as sharing a boiler design with A1 ‘Tornado’ and incorporating an improved pony truck design.
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2002 ‘Earl Marischal’ was the second P2 to be constructed and differed from its predecessor in a few key ways. No. 2002 was fitted with more conventional Walschaerts/Gresley valve gear which changed the locomotive’s characteristics substantially necessitating the instillation of large smoke deflectors, whilst the original front of the casing had its leading edge cut back 12”. ‘Earl Marischal’ entered traffic in October 1934 and soon began working Doncaster to Kings Cross trains before being transferred to Scotland in June 1935. It was later overhauled and streamlined to match the later members of the P2 class before being withdrawn from traffic and rebuilt as a Pacific locomotive in June 1944 having completed 360,907 miles as a 2-8-2 type locomotive.
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One of the streamlined A4 Class created by Sir Nigel Gresley, 'Commonwealth of Australia' bore the original LNER number 4491, before its change to No. 12, and 60012 under British Railways. Entering service in 22 June 1937, 'Commonwealth of Australia was withdrawn in 20 August 1964 after 27 years of service under both Grouping and Nationalisation.
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Built in June 1937, 'Empire of India' was one of the A4s destined to haul LNER's new 'Coronation' express service. From new it was liveried in garter blue and paired with a corridor tender to allow crew changes between London and Edinburgh. Under Edward Thompson 1946, re-numbering scheme 'Empire of India' became No. 11, and later 60011 under British Railways in 1948. The locomotive was fitted with a double chimney in 1958 and was withdrawn in 1964.
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LNER 4495 'Great Snipe', soon after renamed 'Golden Fleece' was delivered from Doncaster Works in 1937. After entering service 'Golden Fleece' was chosen to haul the 'West Riding Limited', effectively another 'Coronation' express but serving Newcastle and Bradford rather than Edinburgh. Under Thompson's 1946 numbering scheme the locomotive became No. 30, later becoming British Railways 60030 following nationalization. The locomotive was eventually withdrawn in 1962.
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The East Coast main line was one of the most challenging for steam locomotives with heavy trains and long distances. Ultimately the LNER/BR paciific 4-6-2 loco's proved to be superb machines well up to the task.