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Dimensions - Length 240mm.
DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
Dimensions - Length 250mm.
DCC and sound ready, 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation.
A special production version of the 3F 0-6-0 tank painted in BR maroon passenger livery.
DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
DCC Ready Next 18 decoder required for DCC operation.
Bachmann produced a highly detailed model of Midland Compound number 1000 for the National Railway Museum. This model is now to be released finished as other members of this important express passenger class which served in the secondary role well into the British Railway era.Era 5. DCC Ready. 21-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
DCC Ready 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
Dimensions - Length 259mm.
Requires 2nd radius curve or greater.
Expected October 2017
The Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway 0-4-0 saddle tanks enjoyed a long career and a great following among enthusiasts. These small shunting engines were ideal shunting the small goods yards around docks and heavily industrialised areas, members of the class travelling to many corners of the LMS system.
Due to the small size of the model exceptionally fine detailing isn't really practical, but the model captures the appearance of the prototype very well, incorporating fine rivet detailing and smooth running.Era 4, 1948-1956
The largest of the 'big four' companies created by the Railways Act of 1921 the London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) was formed on 1 January 1923. The major constituent companies were the London & North Western, running the West Coast route from London to Glasgow, the Midland Railway which served the same destinations but via the highly scenic Settle and Carlisle line, plus a number of large regional companies including the Lancashire & Yorkshire.The combined company was a vast undertaking with numerous interests other than railway operations. It was the largest company in the British Empire and the United Kingdom's second largest employer, after the Post Office, having a larger staff than the British Army! The LMS also claimed to be the largest joint stock organisation in the world. In 1938, the LMS operated 6,870 miles of railway.