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Locomotives built for the Southern Railway and BR Southern region.
Dapol 2S-021-001 N Gauge BR ex-SR Class Q1 0-6-0 Goods Engine 33016 Black Early Emblem

The iconic Q1 class 0-6-0 was designed under wartime restrictions to provide the Southern Railway with a modern robust, reliable and ecconomical goods engine at a time when locomotives were urgently needed for military traffic. Innovative locomotive engineer OVS Bulleid produced an unconventional design which minimised materials usage by removing non-essential parts and made extensive use of fabricated components to reduce building time and cost.

Dapol have fitted the motor into the tender on their model using a drive shaft to power the locomotive wheels. This has allowed the locomotive to accomodate more weight and maintains the clearance between the boiler and frames. Maximum effort has been put into detailing this essentially quite plain looking locomotive, the models feature separately fitted handrails, white headcode discs, fine rivet detailing, a removable tender coal load and see-through Boxpok pattern wheels with blackened pickup wipers.
Finally, DCC fitting has been made easy with a 6-pin NEM651 socket.

£108.80
MRP £128.02

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 67271)
Seeking a suitable motive power for the lightly-built Lyme Regis branch in 1903 the LSWR purchased two of the A1 class Terrier locomotives from the LB&SCR. Finished in the LSWR lined green livery number 734 was the former 46 Newington.
Unusually the Terriers were not quite what the LSWR needed and 734 was sold to the Freshwater, Yarmouth and Newport Railway on the Isle of Wight in 1914. Fittingly the engine is preserved and in service with the Isle of Wight Steam Railway as W8 Freshwater.
The Dapol Terrier model features a highly detailed body which can be produced as an original A1 or later A1X with diecast wheels and chassis to improve adhesive weight.
£67.95
MRP £79.95

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(Product Ref 74244)
Dapol 2S-021-002 N Gauge BR ex-SR Class Q1 0-6-0 Goods Engine 33018 Black Late Crest

The iconic Q1 class 0-6-0 was designed under wartime restrictions to provide the Southern Railway with a modern robust, reliable and ecconomical goods engine at a time when locomotives were urgently needed for military traffic. Innovative locomotive engineer OVS Bulleid produced an unconventional design which minimised materials usage by removing non-essential parts and made extensive use of fabricated components to reduce building time and cost.

Dapol have fitted the motor into the tender on their model using a drive shaft to power the locomotive wheels. This has allowed the locomotive to accomodate more weight and maintains the clearance between the boiler and frames. Maximum effort has been put into detailing this essentially quite plain looking locomotive, the models feature separately fitted handrails, white headcode discs, fine rivet detailing, a removable tender coal load and see-through Boxpok pattern wheels with blackened pickup wipers.
Finally, DCC fitting has been made easy with a 6-pin NEM651 socket.

£108.80
MRP £128.02

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 67268)

Expected spring 2020
A new model of the Bulleid West Country and Battle of Britain class light pacific type locomotives in the original streamlined form.
Model finished as Southern Railway 21C164 Fighter Command in malachite green livery.
Era 3. DCC Ready, Next18 decoder.

£170.00
MRP £199.95

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(Product Ref 96091)

Expected spring 2020
A new model of the Bulleid West Country and Battle of Britain class light pacific type locomotives in the original streamlined form.
Model finished as British Railways 34066 Spitfire in lined green livery with later lion holding wheel crest.
Era 5. Dcc Ready, Next18 decoder.

£170.00
MRP £199.95

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(Product Ref 87449)
Expected spring 2020

A new model of the Bulleid West Country and Battle of Britain class light pacific type locomotives in the original streamlined form.
Model finished as British Railways 34110 66 Squadron in lined green livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
Era 4. DCC Ready, Next18 decoder.

£170.00
MRP £199.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 96093)

Expected spring 2020
A new model of the Bulleid West Country and Battle of Britain class light pacific type locomotives in the original streamlined form.
Model finished as Southern Railway 21C133 Okehampton in malachite green livery.
Era 3. DCC Ready, Next18 decoder.

£170.00
MRP £199.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 96089)

Expected spring 2020
A new model of the Bulleid West Country and Battle of Britain class light pacific type locomotives in the original streamlined form.
Model finished as British Railways 34030 Watersmeet in lined green livery with later lion holding wheel crest.
Era 5. DCC Ready, Next18 decoder.

£170.00
MRP £199.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 96095)
A very useful small 0-6-0 goods engine for the Southern region, the C class provides a good small branchline engine type.
£118.95
MRP £139.95

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(Product Ref 101197)
Expected August 2019

A very useful small 0-6-0 goods engine for the Southern region, the C class provides a good small branchline engine type.
£118.95
MRP £139.95

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 101200)
Expected September 2020
Designed by R E Maunsell for the SECR during WW1 the N class moguls were useful and flexible locomotives. A powerful and modern design, the N class mogul combined features needed to give the locos the ability to haul freight trains at a good speed and tackle some of the more challenging routes in Devon with express passenger services. This type of 'secondary' motive power was the backbone of the British steam fleet and a very welcome additon to the range of Southern steam locomotives available in N gauge.

This model has been revised to Southern 868 painted in the SR olive green livery and paired with a slope-sided tender.
Era 3, 1923-1948. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£212.45
MRP £249.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 28
Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 70094)
Expected September 2020
Designed by R E Maunsell for the SECR during WW1 the N class moguls were useful and flexible locomotives. A powerful and modern design, the N class mogul combined features needed to give the locos the ability to haul freight trains at a good speed and tackle some of the more challenging routes in Devon with express passenger services. This type of 'secondary' motive power was the backbone of the British steam fleet and a very welcome additon to the range of Southern steam locomotives available in N gauge.

Era 5, 1957-1966. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£135.95
MRP £159.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 28
Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 70101)
Expected September 2020
Richard Maunsell took over the post of chief mechanical engineer of the South Eastern & Chatham company in 1913 and set about modernising the companys' steam locomotive fleet. The 2-6-0 mogul type locomotive allowed a larger boiler to be carried that could be fitted to a 0-6-0 'standard' goods engine, while the leading truck provided a steering action, guiding the rigid driving wheels into curves. Following the lead of G J Churchward on the GWR Maunsell specified modern, efficient piston valves and the squarer Belpaire style firebox. The result was a modern and efficient locomotive which served across the Southern Railway system until the end of mainline steam in Britain.
Introduced during WW1 the first N class locomotives were painted in plain 'battleship' grey under SE&CR ownership, probably not being repainting until after the grouping into the Southern Railway in 1923.
Richard Maunsell retired as CME of the Southern Railway in 1937, by which time the Southern had embarked on a programme of electrification as the future answer for rail traction. Unfortunately only one of the N class moguls survives.

Era 3 (grouping). DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£127.45
MRP £149.95

Next Warehouse Delivery: Sep 28
Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 76164)
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The Southern Railway (SR), was a British railway company established in the 1923 Grouping. It linked London with the Channel ports, South West England and Kent. The railway was formed by the amalgamation of several smaller railway companies, the largest of which were the London & South Western Railway (LSWR), the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LBSC), and the South Eastern and Chatham Railway (SECR). The construction of what was to become the Southern Railway began in 1838 with the opening of the London and Southampton Railway, which was renamed the London & South Western Railway.