Modern Private Operators

The private operators on Britians railways have produced many colourful liveries.

Very nicely turned out limited edition pack by Graham Farish in N Gauge. The DRS Class 37 named 'Avro Vulcan' XH558 and numbered 37558 Avro Vulcan in honour of Vulcan XH558 is close in scale to the two 1/144 Vulcan bomber models included. A very unusual pack that stands out as very special. The N gauge loco has a 6 pin DCC socket, directional lights and NEM couplings.
£161.46
MRP £189.95
Warehouse: 1
Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 100998)
Dapol model of the DRS class 68 multi-purpose locomotives with the full co-operation of the builders, Vossloh, operator DRS and Chiltern Trains. The class 68s have been desgined with both passenger and freight service in mind. We can expect to see these engines deployed on many locomotive-hauled trains in the future, adding to the Chiltern and Caledonian Sleeper trains already being worked by the 68s.
Model finished in DRS compass livery.
£112.95
MRP £141.00
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 89493)
Dapol model of the DRS class 68 multi-purpose locomotives with the full co-operation of the builders, Vossloh, operator DRS and Chiltern Trains. The class 68s have been desgined with both passenger and freight service in mind. We can expect to see these engines deployed on many locomotive-hauled trains in the future, adding to the Chiltern and Caledonian Sleeper trains already being worked by the 68s.
Model finished in Chiltern Trains livery.
£112.95
MRP £141.00
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Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 27472)
Dapol model of the DRS class 68 multi-purpose locomotives with the full co-operation of the builders, Vossloh, operator DRS and Chiltern Trains. The class 68s have been desgined with both passenger and freight service in mind. We can expect to see these engines deployed on many locomotive-hauled trains in the future, adding to the Chiltern and Caledonian Sleeper trains already being worked by the 68s.
Model finished in ScotRail livery.
£112.95
MRP £141.00
Warehouse: 1
Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 57618)
GB Railfreight have recreated a number of 'heritage' liveries on their locomotives. 66779, the last of the class 66 generation locomotives, was finished in British Railways lined green livery and named Evening Star while 66789, a former EWS locomotive purchased from DB Cargo, was re-liveried for GBRf in BR large logo blue and named British Rail 1948-1997, commemorating the nationalised railway era.
£127.46
MRP £149.95
Warehouse: 1
Next Warehouse Delivery: Apr 30
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(Product Ref 68900)
Dapol N Gauge 2D-010-006 DB Schenker 67015 Class 67 Diesel Locomotive DBS Red
A detailed model of one of the EWS class 67 locomotives repainted into the DB Schenker locomotive red livery.
Fitted with directional lighting, NEM plug-in couplers and DCC decoder socket.
£108.75
MRP £127.95

Cardiff: 1
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(Product Ref 56559)
Dapol model of the DRS class 68 multi-purpose locomotives with the full co-operation of the builders, Vossloh, operator DRS and Chiltern Trains. The class 68s have been desgined with both passenger and freight service in mind. We can expect to see these engines deployed on many locomotive-hauled trains in the future, adding to the Chiltern and Caledonian Sleeper trains already being worked by the 68s.
Model finished in DRS compass livery.
£119.95
MRP £141.00

Bristol: 1
Delivery from stores takes a few days longer!
(Product Ref 89492)
Dapol model of the DRS class 68 multi-purpose locomotives with the full co-operation of the builders, Vossloh, operator DRS and Chiltern Trains. The class 68s have been designed with both passenger and freight service in mind. We can expect to see these engines deployed on many locomotive-hauled trains in the future, adding to the Chiltern and Caledonian Sleeper trains already being worked by the 68s.
Model finished in DRS blue with small compass logos. This livery is applied to locomotives expected to be used on contract hire duties.
£112.95
MRP £141.00

Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 106172)
Dapol N gauge 4 car HST book set comprising power cars 43005 and 43009 plus two coaches finished in the First Great Western green with gold stripe lines livery known as the 'fag packet' livery.
£169.99
MRP £199.99

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(Product Ref 217)

A detailed model of the BR class 37 locomotives featuring a fully revised bodyshell and chassis.
The features of these intricately detailed models include an NEM Coupling pocket snowplough fitting, bi-directional lighting, prototypical roof details including air horns and aerials where relevant, an NEM 6 Pin Decoder socket and a twin fly-wheel motor mechanism driving all axles. 

Era 8. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£123.21
MRP £144.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 30983)
A detailed model of the BR class 37 locomotives featuring a fully revised bodyshell and chassis.
The features of these intricately detailed models include an NEM Coupling pocket snowplough fitting, bi-directional lighting, prototypical roof details including air horns and aerials where relevant, an NEM 6 Pin Decoder socket and a twin fly-wheel motor mechanism driving all axles.

£123.21
MRP £144.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 63875)
£131.71
MRP £154.95

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(Product Ref 107582)

Price to be advised.
A well detailed model of the BR class 47, the most numerous of the mainline diesel locomotives and the standard general purpose locomotive of the BR diesel era.

NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£131.71
MRP £154.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 29669)

Brush Traction developed the class 57 locomotive with Freighliner, giving class 47s locomotive bodyshells an extensive overhaul and equipping them with the highly regarded EMD 645 engine, allied to updated electrical systems. Virgin Trains selected the class 57 design for service in the 'Thunderbird' rescue locomotive role for the new Pendolino electric trains being built for the West Coast route, ordering 16 locomotives and licencing the names of the Thunderbirds characters to identify the fleet. These class 57/3 locomotives were equipped with the couplers used on the Pendolino trains in addition to standard drawgear and had been intended to haul Pendolino trains to traditional West Coast destinations away from the main electrified route.

This detailed model from the Graham Farish N gauge range is powered by a centrally mounted motor driving all six axles. Etched panels allow the stainless steel radiator grilles to be nicely recreated.

Era 9. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation. Directional lighting. NEM plug-in couplers. Length 130mm.

£131.71
MRP £154.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 64152)
A detailed model of Arriva Trains Wales class 57/3 locomotive 57315 in revised ATW livery.
£131.71
MRP £154.95

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(Product Ref 30445)

BR class 59 was the first entry into the British rail traction business by US and Canada locomotive builder Electro-Motive. Then part of General Motors the class 59s were designed to meet the specifications of an order from Foster Yeoman for locomotives to be operated on BR dedicated to the haulage of FY stone trains from Merehead quarry. The success and exceptional reliability of the 59s resulted in ARC, operators of the neighbouring Whatley quarry, and National Power investing in small fleets of dedicated 59s for the haulage of their trains. The same basic design, revised to accomodate a newer engine and updated equipment, provided the basis of the 'class 66 generation' locomotives for EWS.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.

DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£139.26

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(Product Ref 38052)

The class 59 locomotives were designed to the specifications of aggregate quarrying company Foster Yeoman and, having proved to be powerful and reliable locomotives, FYs' principal competitor decided to order a dedicated fleet of locomotives for their rail services. Designated class 59/1 the ARC locomotives incorporated a few detail changes found necessary from service under British conditions. The most noticable change was the elimination of the central headlights and adoption of light cluster units over the buffers. These changes were retained for subsequent order built for National Power.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.

DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£139.26

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 37997)

59206 was one of the first locomotives to be repainted into the DB Schenker red livery after the German rail freight company bought EWS.

The class 59 locomotives were designed to the specifications of aggregate quarrying company Foster Yeoman, with a second batch being ordered for ARC. National Power also took up the option of dedicated locomotives, a batch ordering near-identical to the ARC locos, but capable of 75mph maximum speed vs the 60mph limit of the aggregate company locomotives.
During the process of rail privatisation National Powers' coal traffic was sought-after business and EWS obtained the contract, taking ownership of the locomotives. Being slightly different to the standard class 66 the 59/2s have in recent years been found working alongside the Foster Yeoman and ARC/Hanson 59s from the Westbury area, where crews and fitters are familiar with the class.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.

DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£139.26

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 38057)

The class 59 locomotives were designed to the specifications of aggregate quarrying company Foster Yeoman, with a second batch being ordered for ARC. National Power also took up the option of dedicated locomotives, a batch ordering near-identical to the ARC locos, but capable of 75mph maximum speed vs the 60mph limit of the aggregate company locomotives.
During the process of rail privatisation National Powers' coal traffic was sought-after business and EWS obtained the contract, taking ownership of the locomotives. Being slightly different to the standard class 66 the 59/2s have in recent years been found working alongside the Foster Yeoman and ARC/Hanson 59s from the Westbury area, where crews and fitters are familiar with the class.

This Dapol model features etched grilles and separately fitted handrails, with the tooling designed carefully to model the design changes made between the three sub-classes.

DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£139.26

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 38019)

A superb model of the BR class 60 heavy freight locomotive in Mainline blue livery.

The centrally mounted motor drives all six axles while the diecast chassis has been carefully designed  to keep the cab interiors clear and provide extra space behind the large bodyside grilles. This has allowed the body structure members and equipment visible through the grilles to be represented very effectively. Roof detailing is also excellent, with good relief around the large exhaust silencer box making this unit stand out. Wire handrails and sanding pipes complete the factory fitted details, while direction controlled lighting really makes the locomotive stand out when running.

Standard N gauge couplers are fitted, a small additional bag is supplied containing the deep headstock plates and ploughs, plus the air brake pipes for modellers wishing to finish their models with these.

60078 is painted in the BR Mainline Freight company blue livery, with rolling wheel logo.

£127.46
MRP £149.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 48654)

Colas have recently purchased a number of class 60 locomotives from DB Schenker, this model is finished in their bright orange and yellow livery as 60096.

The Graham Farish class 60 models sets a very high standard for detail in N gauge. Careful design of the chassis has allowed the large grilles to retain sufficient depth to show the body structure members and internal equipment, replicating these visible parts on the real locomotives. Drive to both bogies is maintained from a centrally mounted motor, allowing realistic length trains to be hauled.

Era 9. DCC and sound fitted.

£212.46
MRP £249.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107580)

60095 has been purchased by GB Railfreight to further expand their fleet and choice of locomotives. The class 60s provide greater traction for heavy freight trains at 60mph than the class 66, which was designed to allow running at 75mph, leading to 60s being preferred for the heaviest trains.

The Graham Farish class 60 models sets a very high standard for detail in N gauge. Careful design of the chassis has allowed the large grilles to retain sufficient depth to show the body structure members and internal equipment, replicating these visible parts on the real locomotives. Drive to both bogies is maintained from a centrally mounted motor, allowing realistic length trains to be hauled.

Era 9. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation. Directional lighting. NEM plug-in couplers. Length 144mm.

£127.46
MRP £149.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 107581)
Detailed model of Freightliner class 66 diesel locomotive 66623 named Bill Bolsover and finished in a plain blue livery.
One of the first high-specification N gauge models Dapols class 66 features a finely detailed bodyshell fine etched roof grilles. The chassis has been updated with the new high-torque motor and Next18 decoder connection.
£89.90
MRP £105.77

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(Product Ref 53881)

A useful modern era train pack featuring DB Cargo class 66 locomotive 66002 in the former EWS maroon and gold lightning stripe livery with 6 megafret container wagons carrying 6 45ft Russell containers.

£194.70
MRP £229.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 94685)
A detailed model of DRS owned class 66 number 66405 finished in Malcolm Logistics blue livery.
£93.50
MRP £110.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 84046)

Model finished as locomotive 66413 painted in the standard livery of Freightliners' owners, US railroad group Genesee & Wyoming.

£127.46
MRP £149.95

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(Product Ref 58814)
Detailed N gauge model of the class 67 locomotives built for EWS' parcels and special passenger services. This model is finished as DB locomotive 67006 Royal Sovereign in the Royal claret livery, one of the locomotives used for hauling the Royal Train.
This Dapol model features a finely detailed body with a heavy diecast tungsten chassis inside. Powered by a high-torque motor driving all four axles and fitted with directional lighting.
£108.75
MRP £127.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 4849)
Detailed N gauge model of the class 67 locomotives built for EWS' parcels and special passenger services. This model is finished as Colas Rail Freight locomotive 67027 Charlotte in the bright orange and yellow Colas livery.
This Dapol model features a finely detailed body with a heavy diecast tungsten chassis inside. Powered by a high-torque motor driving all four axles and fitted with directional lighting.
£108.75
MRP £127.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 69545)
Detailed N gauge model of the class 67 locomotives built for EWS' parcels and special passenger services. This model is finished as DB Cargo locomotive 67021 in Pullman umber and cream livery, one of two locomotives used with the Belmond British Pullman train.
This Dapol model features a finely detailed body with a heavy diecast tungsten chassis inside. Powered by a high-torque motor driving all four axles and fitted with directional lighting.
£108.75
MRP £127.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 81257)
Detailed N gauge model of the class 67 locomotives built for EWS' parcels and special passenger services. This model is finished as DB locomotive 67029 Royal Diamond in DB silver livery.
This Dapol model features a finely detailed body with a heavy diecast tungsten chassis inside. Powered by a high-torque motor driving all four axles and fitted with directional lighting.
£108.75
MRP £127.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 88669)
Dapol model of the DRS class 68 multi-purpose locomotives with the full co-operation of the builders, Vossloh, operator DRS and Chiltern Trains. The class 68s have been designed with both passenger and freight service in mind. We can expect to see these engines deployed on many locomotive-hauled trains in the future, adding to the Chiltern and Caledonian Sleeper trains already being worked by the 68s.
Model finished in DRS compass livery.
£112.95
MRP £141.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 106170)
Dapol model of the DRS class 68 multi-purpose locomotives with the full co-operation of the builders, Vossloh, operator DRS and Chiltern Trains. The class 68s have been desgined with both passenger and freight service in mind. We can expect to see these engines deployed on many locomotive-hauled trains in the future, adding to the Chiltern and Caledonian Sleeper trains already being worked by the 68s.
Model finished in Trans Pennine Express livery.
£112.95
MRP £141.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 106171)
Dapol model of the DRS class 68 multi-purpose locomotives with the full co-operation of the builders, Vossloh, operator DRS and Chiltern Trains. The class 68s have been desgined with both passenger and freight service in mind. We can expect to see these engines deployed on many locomotive-hauled trains in the future, adding to the Chiltern and Caledonian Sleeper trains already being worked by the 68s.
Model finished in DRS compass livery.
£112.95
MRP £141.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 106173)

Detailed model of GBRf class 66 66780 painted in Cemex livery.

£93.50
MRP £110.00

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 68248)

Price to be advised

DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£339.95
MRP £399.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 72239)

Pricing to be advised.
Era 9 1992 - current. DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£339.95
MRP £399.95

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 63891)
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