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Themed Train Packs with locomotive & train
Lifeson Coal Board No.5 was the companies favourite locomotive, being driven by almost every working man at the company at one time or another. Although a far cry from the larger locomotives found on the mainline, No.5 was well suited to its mission as the prime mover within the yard due to its small size. The contents of this pack include: 1 x 0-4-0 Tank Engine 1 x LWB Open wagon 1 x SWB Van 1 x LNER 4-wheel coach
£74.99
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To mark the centenary of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway in 1930 the LMS fully overhauled the surviving L&MR locomotive number 57 Lion and constructed a number of replica coaches which were then displayed, running on a circular track at Wavertree recreation grounds in Liverpool.
This pack will contain a model of the Lion locomotive plus first class coaches Experience and Times plus an open-top  third class coach.
DCC ready with Nex18 socket.

£215.99
MRP £239.99
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An excellent modern era train pack featuring the new build Peppercorn LNER A2 class express passenger steam locomotive 60163 Tornado and a train of three ex-BR Mk.1 passenger coaches operated by SRPS Railtours forming The Aberdonian steam-hauled rail tour train.
£197.99
MRP £219.99
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Former LB&SCR A1X class 'Terrier' 0-6-0 tank engine 43 Gipsyhill built in 1877 was sold to the Weston Clevedon & Portishead Light Railway in December 1925 and named Portishead. Following the closure of the WCPR line ownership of 'Portishead' was transferred to the GWR in lieu of debts owed and was received GWR number 5, retaining its name and serving until withdrawn in 1954.
This pack includes Hornby's nicely detailed model of the Terrier engine finished as GWR number 5 Portishead along with a train of three of the new GWR 4 wheel coaches, full brake No.1406, brake Third No.317 & first class No.140.
£196.20
MRP £217.99
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The ‘Queen of Scots’ service commenced in 1928, but its development can be traced back to Grouping, in 1923, when the fledgling LNER acquired a number of Great Eastern Pullmans. Instead of allocating them on a piecemeal basis, as the GER had done, the LNER’s management decided to open up a new luxury service to Newcastle, via Leeds and Harrogate.

The Harrogate Pullman was a success and the route was extended to Edinburgh, running non-stop from Kings Cross to Harrogate from the autumn of 1925. From May 1, 1928, when two new 8 car, all-steel Pullman K type sets were introduced for a route extension to Glasgow and the ‘Queen of Scots’ service commenced

Hauled initially by the Ivatt Atlantics, by 1935 the 400 ton, ten car train necessitated the use of A1, A3 and A4 locomotives and even Gresley’s W1 design was allocated at times. At Leeds, two cars were detached from the service, leaving eight to continue on the journey.

This train pack recreates the service in the second half of the 1930s, with Gresley ‘A4’ 4-6-2 4500 Garganey in LNER garter blue, which will be accompanied by all-steel K-Type Brake Third 'No. 77', Kitchen First 'Thelma' and Parlour First 'Sheila'. Roofboards will be fitted to each carriage and a headboard for the ‘A4’ will be included as a separate fitting to complete the model.

£298.79
MRP £365.25

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At the beginning of April 2006, FirstGroup, having secured the newly combined Greater Western franchise, unveiled a proposed new livery with a graduated blue to purple body colour and horizontal dynamic lines. Originally applied to both coaching stock and power cars, upon refurbishment the power cars received a modified livery of solid blue/purple, minus the dynamic lines This train pack features representations of power cars No. 43087 '11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment Royal Logistics Corps' and No.43098 in First Great Western plain blue livery.
£326.70
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This set features a small locomotive presented in the livery of No.6 ‘Peart Industries’. Locomotives like No.6 and its counterparts are built to rush around goods yards and despite playing a vital role they seldom get the limelight they deserve. This train pack is a brilliant way to add variety to your layout. This pack includes: 1 x Bagnall 0-4-0 Diesel Locomotive 1 x LWB Tank wagon 1 x SWB Open wagon 1 x SWB Vent Van
£67.27
MRP £74.75

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On the 25th of August 2020 Avanti West Coast unveiled a new livery for one of its train-sets. Billed as the biggest Pride flag the UK has seen on the side of a train, the new livery wraps the full length of the 11 carriages in the Progressive Pride flag colours. The first service of this newly liveried train was staffed by a LGBTQ+ crew with the train filled with literature, stories and colourful posters featuring Pride related information as well as fun facts during the onboard announcements. It was announced in mid-October, after asking the public to submit suggestions, that the train would be named ‘Progress’. Five additional coaches in Avanti Pride livery are available allowing this set to be expanded up to a 9-car set. The coaches required to do this are R40196 – R40200.
£287.09
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Following the FirstGroup's decision to buyout their partner's shares in Great Western Holdings, a decision was made to rebrand the Great Western Trains HST units to First Great Western (FGW). Visually this change involved the fitting of a new vinyl gold strip and colour fading as well as fitting new FGW logos.
£326.95
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With the introduction of the new Class 800 and 802 IEP units on the Great Western Mainline GWR cascaded the remaining IC125 sets to rural routes shortening them to 4 passenger coach 'Castle' sets. This HST 'Castle' Train Pack contains two particular power cars.

Power Car 43004 entered service in September 1976 and was one of the prototypes for the Brush MTU engine upgrade, this occurring between September 2004 and June 2005. As a result, it did not receive a full overhaul as other members of the Class did, and so returned to Brush to receive Cab upgrades in November 2007. Its counterpart, 43155 entered service in January 1981 and was overhauled by Brush between April and October 2006.

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Following a period of unprofitable operations, the InterCity East Coast franchise and associated HST units passed from NXEC to East Coast, an operator owned by the Department for Transport. From the beginning of East Coast's operations, it was made clear that the Department intended to retender the franchise in future years. Accordingly, East Coast soon adopted a deliberately plain livery that would be easy for a new operator to re-brand. The franchise eventually passed to Virgin Trains East Coast in March 2015.
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The British Rail Class 803 AT300 is a new type of electric multiple unit built by Japanese rolling stock manufacturer Hitachi, based upon the Hitachi A-train design. While sharing a bodyshell with the previous UK A-train variants, the Class 803 differs in that it has no diesel engines fitted.The 'Lumo' service commenced on the 25th October 2021 with two trains per day travelling from London to Edinburgh in each direction on normal weekdays, however it is scheduled to be increased to five per day during 2022. It is anticipated that the fastest service will complete the journey in 4 hours 3 minutes, although most will take a little over 4 hours 30 minutes.
£502.49

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Release postponed to Summer 2023
The Advanced Passenger Train (APT) programme is remembered by many as one of British Rail's greatest embarrassments, an ambitious but ultimately unsuccessful design. The APT-P multiple units incorporated ideas that were well ahead of their time, most famously including a computerised tilting system which allowed the trains to navigate the tight turns of Britain's ageing railways up to 40% faster than anything else of the time.

£477.99

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Poor service saw the Network SouthCentral franchise transferred from Connex Trains, later renamed Southern in 2000. No serious attempt to update the units to the new Southern brand took place with only 4-VEP unit 3514 ever being painted into Southern green livery.

The introduction of the Class 377 Electrostar units gradually saw the old and high millage 4-VEPs replaced. The final regular Southern 4-VEP service took place in August 2005, while Southern 4-VEP operations came to a final end with the Sussex Slammer rail tour occurring in November.

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When Southwestern was handed to South West Trains in 1996, the 4-VEPs they inherited were quickly repainted in a style largely based upon the NSE livery but also featuring an orange strip that combined with the old livery to match the colours of its parent company Stagecoach, and their distinct and common buses.

Towards the end of the 4-VEPs service units were reformed using the best condition carriages to prolong life. Despite this the units only lasted a few months more, finally being taken out of service in May 2005.

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The British Rail Class 43 (HST) is the TOPS classification used for the InterCity 125 High Speed Train (formerly Classes 253 and 254) power cars, built by British Rail Engineering Limited from 1975 to 1982, and in service in the UK since 1976.

In April 2021 RailAdventure signed a new partnership deal with Hanson & Hall Rail Services, while at the same time obtaining eight Class 43 locomotives, which will operate back to back to operate domestic services.

RailAdventure, who are based in Munich, have been involved in delivering new trains from Europe to the UK, for some time and the Class 43 units will be used to continue this service.

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The HST fleet is now into its fifth decade of travelling British railways, and replacements for it are currently being introduced East Midlands Trains among others are marking the train as it enters its last years of service.East Midlands Trains celebrated the last of the HSTs to travel in the East Midlands with their 'End of the line - A HST story' documentary and a special locomotive 43274 is the first (and only) unique purple HST to enter service on the Midland Main Line.
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Release postponed to Summer 2023.
The Advanced Passenger Train (APT) programme is remembered by many as one of British Rail's greatest embarrassments, an ambitious but ultimately unsuccessful design. The APT-P multiple units incorporated ideas that were well ahead of their time, most famously including a computerised tilting system which allowed the trains to navigate the tight turns of Britain's ageing railways up to 40% faster than anything else of the time.
NB Hornby photo shows that this 7 car set comprises a 5 car set plus second power car and research coach, not a 7-car APT train.
£586.49

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Belmond British Pullman train pack featuring DB Cargo UK, Class 67, Bo-Bo, 67021 with Pullman All-steel K type first class parlour cars Lucille and Zena and first class kitchen car Ione.

£326.69
MRP £362.99

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Release scheduled for August 2023.
Class 800/0 No. 800008 was delivered to Great Western Railway (GWR) on the 7th of June 2018. The train featured a specially designed livery featuring the Pride flag on both driving cars. The livery was introduced in-order to mark the summer of Pride events taking place across the UK and to celebrate the diverse communities across the GWR network.
£502.49

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The second operator of the Class 802 was TransPennine Express, their 802/2 5-car units referred to as 'Nova 1's as part of TransPennine's unique branding of the Class 802s built by Hitachi and given also to Great Western Railway and Hull Trains. The first 'Nova 1' unit entered service in 2019 with TPE operating the 802 on services between Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh.
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This Limited Edition Train Pack not only includes images of each of the 'Fab Four' on the specially liveried Class 73 but also on the two Utility Vans, graphics taken from the sleeves of The Beatles singles.Only 1000 of these Limited Edition 'Singles from Liverpool' trains have been produced and with each including a numbered certificate they are destined to be eagerly sought after by not only genuine Beatles fans, but also model rail collectors as well.
£181.49

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W11 'Newport' is the Terrier that has been on the Island the longest and the only surviving engine to have served on the Isle of Wight Central Railway. In January 1981, 'Newport' had the honour of being the first locomotive to be worked on in the in the new workshop at Havenstreet, although the locomotive was pushed rather than travelling under its own steam. 'Newport' was fully restored in 1989, and returned to service in 2014.
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The Class 755 bi-mode multiple unit trains are built by Stadler Rail for Greater Anglia as one of five EMU’s for the UK, part of the highly configurable FLIRT (Fast Light Intercity & Regional Train, also in German Flinker Leichter Intercity und Regional Triebzug) modular train family and designed for greater capacity, the typical 25 kV 50 Hz AC overhead power supply, and comfort over long-distance journeys. The Class 755 entered service on the 29th of July 2019 having been delivered to Greater Anglia the previous November.
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The Class 755 bi-mode multiple unit trains are built by Stadler Rail for Greater Anglia as one of five EMU’s for the UK, part of the highly configurable FLIRT (Fast Light Intercity & Regional Train, also in German Flinker Leichter Intercity und Regional Triebzug) modular train family and designed for greater capacity, the typical 25 kV 50 Hz AC overhead power supply, and comfort over long-distance journeys. The Class 755 entered service on the 29th of July 2019 having been delivered to Greater Anglia the previous November.
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The Class 755 bi-mode multiple unit trains are built by Stadler Rail for Greater Anglia as one of five EMU’s for the UK, part of the highly configurable FLIRT (Fast Light Intercity & Regional Train, also in German Flinker Leichter Intercity und Regional Triebzug) modular train family and designed for greater capacity, the typical 25 kV 50 Hz AC overhead power supply, and comfort over long-distance journeys. The Class 755 entered service on the 29th of July 2019 having been delivered to Greater Anglia the previous November.
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The Class 755 bi-mode multiple unit trains are built by Stadler Rail for Greater Anglia as one of five EMU’s for the UK, part of the highly configurable FLIRT (Fast Light Intercity & Regional Train, also in German Flinker Leichter Intercity und Regional Triebzug) modular train family and designed for greater capacity, the typical 25 kV 50 Hz AC overhead power supply, and comfort over long-distance journeys. The Class 755 entered service on the 29th of July 2019 having been delivered to Greater Anglia the previous November.
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Built from 2017 to 2020, The Class 801 units first entered service on 16 September 2019 with LNER, which were two five-car 801/1 units joined together to form a ten-car train. Shortly following after were nine 801/2 sets, the modern popular train branded as 'Azuma' alongside the Class 800. This Pack contains 5 of the 9 coaches that make up a Class 801/2 unit. The additional 4 coaches are available separately as part of coach pack R40350.
Release postponed to Spring 2023.
£502.49

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British Rail Class 802 AT300 trains are a bi-mode multiple-unit passenger train built by Hitachi for Great Western Railway, TransPennine Express and Hull Trains. Based on the design of the Hitachi A-train, Class 802s are part of the Hitachi AT300 product family. Each train operating company has provided a distinguishing livery and brand, in the case of Great Western Railway units are branded 'Intercity Express Trains' or 'IET's. This Pack contains 5 of the 9 coaches that make up a Class 802/1 unit. The additional 4 coaches are available separately as part of coach pack R40351
Release postponed to Spring 2023
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Extra model announced mid-2022.
An extra coach and carriage pack to complete the 6-coach train constructed by the LMS in 1930 for use with the restored Liverpool and Manchester Railway locomotive 'Lion' during the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Centenary celebrations.
Pack contains first class coach Despatch plus two open top third class carriages.
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These two MSO vehicles complement the R3813 train pack, completing the full six car set 395 013.
£87.29
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Themed train packs by Bachmann and Hornby contain a locomotive and train replicating famous trains and historical events.
The train pack provides a complete branch line train or a shortened version of mainline expresses suitable for modest sized layouts.

Unlike a train set no track is supplied, making these packs an ideal way to quickly add a new and prototypical train to your collection. We offer a track and controller bundle to create your own 'train set' with one of these train packs.