Rapido Trains Buses

Guy Arab & Leyland Fleetline Birmingham & West Midlands Buses

Birmingham City Transport 'New Look' Guy Arab with fine detail, full interior, pose-able front wheels and full lighting.
This model is of BCT fleet number 2994, registration JOJ94 working route 11 the Outer Circle.
£54.95
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(Product Ref 31231)
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.This model is finished as West Midlands Transport Daimler Fleetline 6311 registration KON311P in West Midlands PTE livery on route 73.
£54.95
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(Product Ref 55127)
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as Travel West Midlands Daimler Fleetline 6912 registration WDA912T on route 11E.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as West Midlands Transport Daimler Fleetline 5531 registration BON531C in West Midlands PTE livery on route 93 to Kinghurst.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as West Midlands Transport Daimler Fleetline 6905 registration WDA905T in West Midlands PTE livery on route 51 to Birmingham via Scott Arms.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as West Midlands Transport Daimler Fleetline 6906 registration WDA906T in WM Buses West Bromwich livery on route 87 to Birmingham via Dudley Road.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
The Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as West Midlands Transport Daimler Fleetline 6973 registration WDA973T in WM Buses Quinton livery on route 23 to City Centre via Harbourne.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
The Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as West Midlands Transport Daimler Fleetline 6988 registration WDA988T in WM Buses Coventry livery on route 21A to Baginton Trading Estate.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as Daimler Fleetline registration SDA517S operated by Midland Fox fleet number 2957 on route 31 to Oadby Grange.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as Daimler Fleetline registration WDA975T operated by Stotts of Oldham on route 398 to Grotton.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as Daimler Fleetline registration WDA908T operated by Andrews of Sheffield on route 501 to Meadowhall.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as Daimler Fleetline registration NOC407R operated by A1 Service of Kilmarnock with route A1 to Kilmarnock destination.
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Detailed model of the Daimler Fleetline bus, built from 1958 until the mid-1970s. The model has been produced from preserved examples of the type, principally the ex-Birmingham City Transport Fleetline preserved at the Wythall Transport Museum which was in service into the mid-1990s.
Te Rapido Trains model features a highly detailed body with full interior produced in diecast metal with injection moulded plastic to produce the fine details. The front wheels are posable, ideal for a diorama or layout display and working road, interior and destination blind lighting is installed.
This model is finished as the preserved West Midlands PTE liveried 6311, registration KON311P with Rapido Trains advertising, as applied to promote the production of these models and Wythall Museum Service destination.
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Detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach finished in the livery of The Titfield Thunderbolt film rail replacement bus service operators Pearce & Crump.
This model incorporates all the expected Rapido Trains bus model features including posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior detailing.

Official licenced product authorised by StudioCanal
£44.95

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Highly detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach produced to Rapido Trains high standards of finish with posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior.
Model finished in East Kent Road Car Co livery, vehicle registration LKM55.
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Highly detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach produced to Rapido Trains high standards of finish with posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior.
Model finished in Western National Omnibus Co livery, vehicle registration HOD75.
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Highly detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach produced to Rapido Trains high standards of finish with posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior.
Model finished in Royal Blue Coach Services livery, vehicle registration LTA750.
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Highly detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach produced to Rapido Trains high standards of finish with posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior.
Model finished in Southern Vectis dark green livery, vehicle registration EDL638.
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Highly detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach produced to Rapido Trains high standards of finish with posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior.
Model finished in Edinburgh Corporation livery, vehicle registration GWS468.
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Highly detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach produced to Rapido Trains high standards of finish with posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior.
Model finished in British Railways crimson & cream livery, vehicle registration FWO615.
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Highly detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach produced to Rapido Trains high standards of finish with posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior.
Model finished in Hants & Sussex livery, vehicle registration HAA874.
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Highly detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach produced to Rapido Trains high standards of finish with posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior.
Model finished in West Yorkshire Road Car Co livery, vehicle registration FWW596.
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Highly detailed model of the classic Bedford OB coach produced to Rapido Trains high standards of finish with posable front wheels, rubber tyres and full interior.
Model finished in the livery of Lake District tour company Mountain Goat, vehicle registration LRO296.
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Greater Manchester PTE Phase 1 Leyland National 1051/1R short body single door type, registration HNE647N in Manchester PTE orange and cream livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Greater Manchester PTE Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration ABA15T in Manchester PTE orange and cream livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Midland Red West Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration NOE544R in red and cream livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as NBC Midland Red South Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration NOE551R in red livery with white roof stripe.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as NBC Maidstone & District Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration SKN905R in green and white livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Maidstone & District Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration SKR 556R in green and cream livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as NBC Southdown East & Mid Sussex Phase 1 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration PCD75R in green and cream livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as NBC Southdown Phase 1 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration BCD807L in green livery with white stripe.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Crosville Phase 1 Leyland National 1151/2R long body dual door type, registration WFM801K in plain green livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Crosville Phase 1 Leyland National 1051/1R short body dual door type, registration KMA406T in plain green & orange livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Stagecoach Perth Phase 1 Leyland National 1051/1R short body single door type, registration GFX972N in Stagecoach livery with Perth Panther logos.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Stagecoach Cumberland Phase 1 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration GRM353L in Stagecoach livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Mansfield & District Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration OTO594R in Stagecoach livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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(Product Ref 120165)
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Eastern Counties Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration XNG763S in red livery with white & orange stripes.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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(Product Ref 120166)
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as NBC Eastern Counties Phase 1 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration TVF617R in red livery with white stripe.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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(Product Ref 120167)
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Yorkshire Traction Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration DET473V in white and maroon livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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(Product Ref 120168)
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as NBC Yorkshire Traction Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration WWA121S in Yorkshire Traction plain red livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as NBC Ribble Phase 1 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type, registration NTC624M in plain red livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as NBC Ribble Phase 1 Leyland National 1151/2R long body dual door type, registration PTF758L in Ribble red livery with white stripe.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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(Product Ref 120171)
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as Western National Phase 2 Leyland National 1151/1R long body single door type in British Rail Sealink livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 120172)
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as East Kent Phase 1 Leyland National 1051/1R short body single door type, registration GFN552N in Sealink livery.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 120173)
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as London Transport Phase 2 Leyland National 1051/2R short body dual door type, registration AYR394T in LT red livery. Route 182 to Wembley.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 120174)
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as London Transport Phase 2 Leyland National 1051/2R short body dual door type, registration THX124S in LT red livery. Route 10 to Victoria.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

Must be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 120175)
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The National was born when the newly formed British Leyland Motors Holdings joined forces with the equally new National Bus Company to build a standard single decker that was suitable for all areas of the country. Hence its name.
The new bus was unveiled at the 1970 Commercial Motor Show at Earls Court and visitors took in its modular construction, Michelotti styling and distinctive roof-mounted ventilation pod. In a bid to level up the country’s economy, it was to be built at a brand new factory in Workington, which was suffering with the decline in the Cumberland steel industry. ERM35K was the first National to be handed over to an operator on March 13th 1972. Symbolically, it was Cumberland.
Model finished as London Transport Phase 2 Leyland National 1051/2R short body dual door type, registration BYW402V in LT red livery with 50th anniversary logos. Route 136 to South Harrow.
Please note - livery artworks are illustrative only, the body style and door type does not always correspond to prototype.

 

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Please Note
Rapido UK have become aware that the bus model lighting units were inadvertently designed for 10 volt operation, not as intended.

Please use nothing more than a 9V power supply.

Rapido have also discovered that the magnetic switch that activates the lights is not between the decks as advised, but under the lower deck on the driver’s side.
Rapido apologise for any inconvenience this causes.