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Locomotives built for the Southern Railway including OVS Bulleids' pacifics. Eras 3-5
Bachmann Branchline 31-461A OO Gauge SR 1294 C Class 0-6-0 Southern Railway Black Bulleid Lettering

A very nice and well detailed model of the SE&CR C class 0-6-0 goods engines, a class with a very long life serving the 'Chatham' Southern Railway and British Railways.

DCC Ready. 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£99.95
MRP £124.95
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(Product Ref 91314)
Bachmann Branchline 31-462A OO Gauge BR 31227 Wainwright C Class 0-6-0 Black Livery Early Emblem

A very nice and well detailed model of the SE&CR C class 0-6-0 goods engines, a class with a very long life serving the 'Chatham' Southern Railway and British Railways.

DCC Ready. 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£99.95
MRP £124.95
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Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 97513)
Bachmann Branchline 32-165 OO Gauge BR Southern N Class 2-6-0 31874 BR Lined Black Early Emblem

A nicely detailed model of the Maunsell designed N class 2-6-0 mogul mixed traffic locomotives, introduced by the South Eastern & Chatham Railway during WW1, with most being built during the early years of the Southern Railway.

DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£135.95
MRP £159.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 6066)
Highly detailed model of the LSWR Beattie designed 2-4-0 well tank locomotives, well known for their work on the Wenford Bridge branch serving the china clay industry in Cornwall.
Model finished as British Railways 30586 in black livery with later lion and wheel crest.
£118.95
MRP £139.95
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Gloucester: 1
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(Product Ref 91563)
Highly detailed model of the LSWR Beattie designed 2-4-0 well tank locomotives, well known for their work on the Wenford Bridge branch serving the china clay industry in Cornwall.
Model finished as Southern Railway 3298 in black livery with late 1930s (onwards) Sunshine style lettering.
£118.95
MRP £139.95
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 91573)
Oxford Rail OR76AR001 OO Gauge LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR 30583 Late Crest

A detailed model of the LSWR 0415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three locomotives were still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.

Performance of this model is excellent with the gearing set to give steady running at low speeds and a moderate top speed. The radial is capable of smooth starts and stops, ideal for sedate branchline services, and the locomotive is able to handle a realistic short country branchline train.
Model finished as British Railways number 30583 in the later livery with lion holding wheel crest.
£79.99
MRP £99.95
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(Product Ref 26859)
Oxford Rail OR76AR002 OO Gauge LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR 30584 Early Emblem
A new and highly detailed model of the LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 19620
Model finished as British Railways number 30584 in the early livery with lion over wheel emblem.
£72.00
MRP £99.95
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 8980)
Hornby R3239 OO Gauge BR(S)700 Class 0-6-0 Goods Engine BR Black Livery with Late Crest

A detailed model of the LSWRs' small but highly successful 700 class of 0-6-0 goods engines, nicknamed 'Black Motors'. This model is painted in the later British Railways black livery.

DCC Ready 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£89.95
MRP £109.99
Warehouse: 2
Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 93993)

A detailed model of the LSWRs' small but highly successful 700 class of 0-6-0 goods engines, nicknamed 'Black Motors'. This model is painted in the early British Railways black livery.

DCC Ready 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£89.95
MRP £109.99
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 93994)
Hornby R3304 OO Gauge BR 30316 ex-SR 700 Class 0-6-0 BR Black Livery Early Emblem Weathered Finish.

Dimensions - Length 190mm.

Scot Dugald Drummond was appointed locomtoive superintendent of the London & South Western Railway in 1895 and one of his first tasks was the provision of new and more powerful 0-6-0 goods engines.

DCC Ready 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation

£89.95
MRP £109.99
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Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 3600)
Hornby R3328 00 Gauge BR 4-6-0 Maunsell S15 Class - BR Early Black Livery

A good, high detail model of the Southerns' S15 has long been a missing link in the SR locomotive fleet

DCC Type: DCC Ready

£117.50
MRP £134.99
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 24002)
Hornby R3329 OO Gauge  BR Urie/Maunsell Class S15 4-6-0 Mixed Traffic Locomotive BR Livery Late Crest

A good, high detail model of the Southerns' S15 has long been a missing link in the SR locomotive fleet

DCC Type: DCC Ready

£117.50
MRP £134.99
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 25700)

British Railways ex-LSWR/SR Adams Radial 4-4-2 Tank Engine BR Black Livery with Early Emblem
This model is painted in the early British Railways black livery with lion over wheel emblem.

DCC Ready 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£112.00
MRP £131.99
Warehouse: 1
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(Product Ref 345)
Hornby R3334 OO Gauge BR 30582 Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR Late Crest

British Railways ex-LSWR/SR Adams Radial 4-4-2 Tank Engine BR Black Late Crest This model is painted in the later British Railways black livery with lion holding wheel crest.

DCC Ready 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£112.00
MRP £131.99
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Plymouth: 1
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(Product Ref 1592)
£116.99
MRP £129.99
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(Product Ref 103465)
Detailed model of Lord Nelson class express passenger steam locomotive British Railways number 30863 Lord Rodney.
The Lord Nelson class were designed by Richard Maunsell for the Southern Railway to provide a powerful 4-cylinder express passenger locomotive. The design drew heavily on the experience of Maunsells' assistant Harry Holcroft who brought experience of Churchward  4-cylinder locomotives and modern Belpaire boilers from Swindon along with a detailed knowledge of valve gears. The Lord Nelson class were unusual in having cranks set at 135 degrees (vs the usual 90 degrees) giving more even torque and 8 exhaust beats per revolution.
£129.99
MRP £169.99
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(Product Ref 103469)
Model of the former LB&SCR A1X class 'Terrier' 0-6-0 tank engines, a design which had a long service life on minor branch lines across Southern England.
Model finished as British Railways 32636 with later lion holding wheel crest.
Era 5, 1957-1968
£80.99
MRP £89.99
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(Product Ref 107197)
The LB&SCRs A1 and A1X Terrier 0-6-0T tank engines had proven highly successful, delivering far more power than might be expected from such a dimutive engine, but demand for passenger service had displaced them from suburban duties and the Brighton line was selling them as surplus by 1900.
£80.99
MRP £89.99
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(Product Ref 3999)
Hornbys new and highly detailed model of the LB&SCR A1 class Terrier locomotive finished in the LB&SCR golden ochre livery as number 48 Leadenhall.
£80.99
MRP £89.99
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Cardiff: 1
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(Product Ref 85883)
Expected January 2020
Hornby new highly detailed model of the LBSCR A1X class Terrier locomotives finished as W10 Cowes in Southern Railway lined green livery. This was one of the Terrier engines sent to the Isle of Wight and equipped with an extended bunker to increase the coal carrying capacity.
£80.99
MRP £89.99
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Stroud: 1
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(Product Ref 30415)
Hornby Centenary Collection
Hornbys' new and highly detailed model of the LB&SCR A1X class 'Terrier' 0-6-0 tank locomotive finished in the striking Stroudley fully lined golden ochre livery as LB&SCR 43 Merton, marking the location of the Tri-ang factory.
£94.99
MRP £104.99
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 110732)
Hornby Centenary Collection
Highly detailed model of the rebuilt Bulleid Merchant Navy class 4-6-2 pacific locomotive 35028 Clan Line. To mark Hornbys' centenary this model is being produced in British Railways lined green livery with gold plated wheels and motion.
£212.49
MRP £224.99
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(Product Ref 110733)
New highly detailed model of the LB&SCR A1 class Terrier locomotive number 40 Brighton finished in Stroudley golden ochre livery and with the Paris gold medal inscription, awarded to this engine for its' impressive performance at the 1878 French railway exhibition. LB&SCR 40 is today preserved in her later guise as W11 Newport on the Isle of Wight Railway.
£85.49
MRP £94.99
Warehouse: 2
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(Product Ref 110776)
As larger locomotives entered service many of the LB&SCR A1 and A1X Terrier engines were sold to other railways for lighter duties. 68 was sold to the LSWR, the London South Western Railway, becoming their number 735 and used on a number of the that companys' West Country branch lines
£85.49
MRP £94.99
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(Product Ref 110778)
Detailed new model of BR Isle of Wight Terrier 13 Carisbrooke finished in initial post-nationalisation livery of Southern malachite green sign-written BRITISH RAILWAYS in the sunshine lettering style.
£85.49
MRP £94.99
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(Product Ref 110782)
Built at Brighton Works in 1946, the locomotive was named ‘Winston Churchill’ at a ceremony at Waterloo railway station in September 1947. It was allocated to Salisbury locomotive shed for services on the West of England Main Line between London and Exeter and was later re-allocated to the Nine Elms locomotive shed in London, followed by the Exmouth Junction shed near Exeter before returning to Salisbury in mid-1951. The locomotive was used to pull Winston Churchill’s funeral train from Waterloo to Hanborough in January 1965 before being withdrawn later that year on the 19th of September 1965 to be preserved. It entered into the National Railway Museum collection and has since been displayed at York and Shildon.
£197.99
MRP £219.99
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(Product Ref 113487)
A highly detailed model of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway H2 class 4-4-2 Atlantic type express passenger locomotive finished as 2421 South Foreland in Southern Railway green livery.
The H2 class was a continuation of the Marsh H1 class by Billinton, incorporating a superheated boiler. These were the most powerful of the LB&SCR express passenger engines used on the most heavily loaded and Pullman express trains like the Brighton Limited, and Southern Belle.In the 1920s the class was displaced by newer locomotives and took over many of the boat train services connecting with the Newhaven-Dieppe cross-channel service, being retained on these services into the 1950s. The last survivor was withdrawn in April 1958.

Dimensions - Length 264mm. Era 3.
DCC and Sound Ready, 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation.

£169.95
MRP £199.95

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(Product Ref 58300)

Designed by Harry Wainwright for the South Eastern and Chatham Railway (SE&CR) the C class appeared in 1900. The 0-6-0 wheel arrangement was popular for goods locomotives of the time and proved capable of hauling passenger trains when required, usually when trains were especially heavily loaded. A total of 109 locomotives were built and the class survived almost complete throughout the Southern Railway era to nationalisation, 107 engines entering BR stock. The class were withdrawn between 1953 and 1960 as electriification extended, the last locomotives surviving until 1966. Fortunately one locomotive, number 592, was purchased for preservation on the Bluebell Railway

£191.20
MRP £224.95

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(Product Ref 74708)
Bachmann Branchline 35-077 OO Gauge BR(S) 32556 ex-LB&SC E4 Class 0-6-2 Tank Engine Black Livery Early Emblem

A new model of a useful and long-lived design of tank engine, serving with the London Brighton and South Coast Railway, later Southern Ralway and British Railways. Tank engines have always been the workhorses of the British railway network, from shunting wagons to hauling local goods and passenger trains on main and branch lines.

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

£79.99
MRP £109.95

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(Product Ref 91311)
Oxford Rail OR76AR006 OO Gauge Southern Railway 3250 ex-LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T Late Southern Livery with Sunshine Lettering.

A new and highly detailed model of the LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.
This model is finished as Southern Railway 3250 painted in the late Southern livery with sunshine lettering.

£88.00
MRP £104.95

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(Product Ref 56949)
SR Lord Nelson Class 4-6-0 851 Sir Francis Drake - Era 3
£149.99
MRP £169.99

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(Product Ref 103468)
Model of the former LB&SCR A1X class 'Terrier' 0-6-0 tank engines, a design which had a long service life on minor branch lines across Southern England.
Model finished as British Railways 32655 with early lion over wheel emblem.
Era 4, 1948-1956
£80.99
MRP £89.99

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(Product Ref 107195)

A detailed model of the London Brighton and South Coast Railway 4-4-2 atlantic type locomotives.

£186.95
MRP £219.95

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(Product Ref 62991)
Model of Southern Railway ex-SE&CR Wainwright C class 0-6-0 locomotive 1573 finished in the Southern railways' black goods engine livery with green lining.
Era 4 1923-1948. DCC Ready. 21-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
£199.95

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(Product Ref 70559)
DCC and sound fitted version of Bachmanns' superb model of the Marsh design LB&SCR H1 class 4-4-2 Atlantic type express passenger locomotive finished at Southern Railway 2038 Portland Bill. This locomotive had been built in 1905 and ran until withdrawn from service by BR in 1951.
£263.45
MRP £309.95

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(Product Ref 88631)
Finely detailed model of the Marsh design 4-4-2 Atlantic type express passenger locomotives as modified by Billinton to incorporate a superheater and given class reference H2. Finished in British Railways lined black livery this model presents 1911 built locomotive number 32425 as running in the early 1950s
£186.95
MRP £219.95

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(Product Ref 51745)
DCC and sound fitted version of Bachmann's superb model of the Marsh design 4-4-2 Atlantic type express passenger locomotives as modified by Billinton to incorporate a superheater and given class reference H2. Finished in British Railways lined black livery this model presents 1911 built locomotive number 32425 Trevose Head as running in the early 1950s
£263.45
MRP £309.95

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(Product Ref 88655)
Finely detailed model of the Marsh design 4-4-2 Atlantic type express passenger locomotives as modified by Billinton to incorporate a superheater and given class reference H2. This model of 422 is finished in the Masrh era LB&SCR umber brown livery as running before the grouping in 1922.
£195.45
MRP £229.95

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(Product Ref 88880)
£271.95
MRP £319.95

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(Product Ref 89586)
A nicely detailed model of the Maunsell designed N class 2-6-0 mogul mixed traffic locomotives, introduced by the South Eastern & Chatham Railway during WW1, with most being built during the early years of the Southern Railway.

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

£135.95
MRP £159.95

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(Product Ref 1601)
A finely detailed model of the London & South Western Railway B4 class 0-4-0 shunting engine finished as Guernsey, one of the first 2 engines sent to Southampton dock in 1892, in lined dark green livery.
£95.00
MRP £110.00

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(Product Ref 24864)
A finely detailed model of the L&SWRs B4 class of 20 0-4-0 tank engines built between 1891 and 1893 for service at Southampton docks, Poole quay and other locations with sharply curved track where growing traffic levels needed steam-powered shunting engines to replace horses.
This model is finished in Southern Railway black livery with green lining as number 100.
£95.00
MRP £110.00

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(Product Ref 44786)
A finely detailed model of the L&SWRs B4 class of 20 0-4-0 tank engines built between 1891 and 1893 for service at Southampton docks, Poole quay and other locations with sharply curved track where growing traffic levels needed steam-powered shunting engines to replace horses.
This model is finished as number 87 in Southern Railway wartime plain black livery.
£95.00
MRP £110.00

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(Product Ref 94893)
Finely detailed model of a L&SWR B4 class 0-4-0 side tank shunting engine tank is finished as Stewarts and Lloyds SUSSEX in yellow livery.
This engine was the former SR number 100, allocated BR number 30100 which was never applied as the locomotive was sold for industrial service in February 1949, working at Stewarts and Lloyds, Bilston until 1958.
£95.00
MRP £110.00

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(Product Ref 6295)
A finely detailed model of the L&SWRs B4 class of 20 0-4-0 tank engines built between 1891 and 1893 for service at Southampton docks, Poole quay and other locations with sharply curved track where growing traffic levels needed steam-powered shunting engines to replace horses. The first engines were designed by William Adams, with a further 5 generally similar engines added in 1908 by Dugald Drummond.
This model of British Railways 30084 is to be finished in early British Railways black livery with lion over wheel emblem.
£95.00
MRP £110.00

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(Product Ref 44789)
Detailed OO model of the small South Eastern & Chatham Railway P class 0-6-0T locomotive number 178 finished in SE&CR lined green livery with polished brass done.
Designed by Harry Wainwright and based on the success of the LB&SCR 'Terrier' locomotives the P class were intended to replace underpowered steam railmotors on light passenger services. These engines remained in service on light station pilot and shunting duties into Nationalisation and 4 have been preserved.
£99.00

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(Product Ref 103456)
Detailed OO model of the small South Eastern & Chatham Railway P class 0-6-0T locomotive number 753 finished in SE&CR lined green livery with polished brass done.
Designed by Harry Wainwright and based on the success of the LB&SCR 'Terrier' locomotives the P class were intended to replace underpowered steam railmotors on light passenger services. These engines remained in service on light station pilot and shunting duties into Nationalisation and 4 have been preserved.
£99.00

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(Product Ref 106917)
Detailed OO model of the small South Eastern & Chatham Railway P class 0-6-0T locomotive finished as British Railways number 31027 in plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
Designed by Harry Wainwright and based on the success of the LB&SCR 'Terrier' locomotives the P class were intended to replace underpowered steam railmotors on light passenger services. These engines remained in service on light station pilot and shunting duties into Nationalisation and 4 have been preserved.
£99.00

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(Product Ref 106816)
Detailed OO model of the small South Eastern & Chatham Railway P class 0-6-0T locomotive finished as British Railways number 31323 in plain black livery with late lion holding wheel crest. Era 5.
Designed by Harry Wainwright and based on the success of the LB&SCR 'Terrier' locomotives the P class were intended to replace underpowered steam railmotors on light passenger services. These engines remained in service on light station pilot and shunting duties into Nationalisation and 4 have been preserved.
£99.00

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(Product Ref 106817)
Detailed OO model of the small South Eastern & Chatham Railway P class 0-6-0T locomotive number 27 finished in SE&CR lined green livery with polished brass done.
Designed by Harry Wainwright and based on the success of the LB&SCR 'Terrier' locomotives the P class were intended to replace underpowered steam railmotors on light passenger services. These engines remained in service on light station pilot and shunting duties into Nationalisation and 4 have been preserved.
£99.00

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(Product Ref 106815)
Detailed OO model of the small South Eastern & Chatham Railway P class 0-6-0T locomotive finished as British Railways number 31323 in plain black livery with late lion holding wheel crest. Era 5.
Designed by Harry Wainwright and based on the success of the LB&SCR 'Terrier' locomotives the P class were intended to replace underpowered steam railmotors on light passenger services. These engines remained in service on light station pilot and shunting duties into Nationalisation and 4 have been preserved.
£99.00

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(Product Ref 106818)
Oxford Rail OR76AR006XS OO Gauge Southern Railway 3250 ex-LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T Late Southern Livery with Sunshine Lettering. DCC and Sound Fitted

A DCC and sound equiped version of the latest 'Radial' to be announced, a highly detailed model of the LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.

This model is finished as Southern Railway 3250 painted in the late Southern livery with sunshine lettering.
£160.00
MRP £199.95

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(Product Ref 56950)
Oxford Rail OR76AR008 OO Gauge SR 3520 ex-LSWR Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Black Southern Sunshine Lettering

These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.

This model is finished as Southern Railway 3250 painted in the late Southern livery with sunshine lettering.
£199.95

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(Product Ref 103852)
Model of East Kent Railway 5, an ex-LSWR Adams radial 4-4-2 tank engine supplied with a short train of goods wagons.
£97.95
MRP £114.95

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(Product Ref 3718)
When the L&BSCR decided to reduce its numbers of ‘Terrier’ locomotives, No. 70 was sold to the Rother Valley Railway (later the Kent & East Sussex Railway) in May 1901. Now painted blue and numbered No. 3 ‘Bodiam’, the locomotive was temporarily withdrawn from service in 1931, but returned to the line in 1933. After nationalisation ‘Bodiam’ was re-numbered No. 32670, continuing to serve on the K&ESR before being moved to Hayling Island. No. 32670 was withdrawn due to that branch's closure in 1963, but saved for preservation.
£89.99
MRP £99.99

Next Warehouse Delivery: Aug 21
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(Product Ref 113513)
LBSCR No. 46 ‘Newington’ entered service in January 1877. In March 1903, the locomotive was sold to the London and South Western Railway where it served until March 1914, then moving on to the Freshwater, Yarmouth and Newport Railway. Upon grouping the locomotive was inherited by the Southern Railway, later receiving the name ‘Freshwater’, and was rebuilt to A1X specification in March 1932. Under BR ownership the locomotive lost its name and became No. 32646, serving until 1963 at which point it was sold for £750 to the Sadler Railcar company of Droxford.
Subsequently the locomotive was sold to the Portsmouth-based Brickwoods Brewery and plinthed as a pub sign for the Hayling Billy pub on Hayling Island, the last bastion of the Terriers in Br service. Brickwoods Brewery was bought by Whitbread and in 1979 'Freshwater' was donated to the Isle of Wight Steam Railway whose volunteers had been maintaining the external condition of the locomotive for some years. As Freshwater No.46 returned to service in June 1981, receiving a through overhaul including a new boiler completed in 1998 and currently again being overhauled, expecting to be working again in 2022.
£89.99
MRP £99.99

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(Product Ref 113514)
The engines were famously known as ‘Terriers’ due to the distinctive 'bark' of their exhaust beat. Starting life as LBSCR No. 40, the locomotive was built in March 1878 and served with the LBSCR until being sold to the Isle of Wight Railway in January 1902 where it was upgraded to A1X specification in August 1918. With grouping in 1923 the locomotives fell into southern ownership before transferring to BR ownership upon nationalisation. The locomotive served with BR until September 1963 when it was sold to Butlin’s for static display.
£89.99
MRP £99.99

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(Product Ref 113515)
Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3458 SR 921 Shrewsbury - Maunsell Schools Class V 4-4-0 SR Livery

Hornbys excellent and highly detailed model of the Maunsell Schools class 4-4-0 is to return to the range  finished as Southern Railway 921 Shrewsbury.

DCC Ready 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£108.89
MRP £120.99

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(Product Ref 64280)
Hornby Railways R3527 OO Gauge SR 742 Camelot Urie N15 King Arthur Class 4-6-0 Southern Railways Black Livery

Dimensions - Length 270mm.

A detailed model of the Urie designed N15 class express passenger locomotives, the names for which were drawn from Arthurian legend, with 742 gaining the name of King Arthurs' seat of Camelot. This model is painted in the later Southern Railway black livery with 'sunshine' yellow lettering.

DCC Ready 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation

£158.39
MRP £175.99

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(Product Ref 75616)

Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3531 BR 30129 ex-LSWR/SR M7 Class 0-4-4T Long Footplate Pull-Push Fitted British Railways Lined Black Late Crest
Expected May 2017

A top quality model of the well-known Southern Railway M7 class 0-4-4 tank engine. Finely detailed to the standards set by Hornbys most recent models with many separate parts for individually fitted detail parts allowing for coal rail variations, push-pull and westinghouse fittings. The chassis is just as detailed with brake pull rods, sanding gear and pipe details. A pack of additional parts is supplied, containing NEM fitt couplings or dummy screw coupling options.
Inside the bodyshell is a 5-pole skew wound motor for smooth running, plus a weight placed over the driving axles and a DCC socket.

DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder requited for DCC operation.

£140.39
MRP £155.99

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(Product Ref 55620)
BR Rebuilt Merchant Navy Class 4-6-2 35030 Elder Dempster Lines - Era 5
£152.99
MRP £169.99

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(Product Ref 103459)

Detailed model of the South Eastern & Chatham railways useful H class 0-4-4 passenger tank engines used on many Southern region country branchlines in the British railways era.

£107.99
MRP £119.99

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(Product Ref 47164)
Detailed model of the powerful Lord Nelson class 4-6-0 express passenger locomotives built for the Southern Railway. Model finished as British Railways 30852 Sir Walter Raleigh in lined green livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
Era 4 1948-1956
£152.99
MRP £169.99

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(Product Ref 107188)
Detailed model of the powerful Lord Nelson class 4-6-0 express passenger locomotives built for the Southern Railway. Model finished as British Railways 30852 Sir Walter Raleigh in lined green livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
Era 5 1957-1968
£152.99
MRP £169.99

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(Product Ref 107189)
Detailed model of the SE&CR H class 0-4-4 tank engines used on branch and suburban passenger trains. Model finished as locomotive 1552 in Southern Railway 1930s black livery with sunshine lettering.
£116.99
MRP £129.99

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(Product Ref 110740)
New highly detailed model of the LB&SCR A1 class Terrier locomotive number 40 Brighton finished in Stroudley golden ochre livery and with the Paris gold medal inscription, awarded to this engine for its' impressive performance at the 1878 French railway exhibition. LB&SCR 40 is today preserved in her later guise as W11 Newport on the Isle of Wight Railway. DCC Fitted.
£103.49
MRP £114.99

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(Product Ref 110777)
As larger locomotives entered service many of the LB&SCR A1 and A1X Terrier engines were sold to other railways for lighter duties and a number bought by the Isle of Wight companies. 14 was sent to the island by the Southern Railway in 1929, fitted with the distinctive enlarged bunkers fitted to the island locos and is modelled in Maunsell era lined green livery with the name Bembridge.
£85.49
MRP £94.99

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(Product Ref 110780)
The SR Merchant Navy Class were a class of 4-6-2 Pacific steam locomotives designed for the Southern Railway by Oliver Bulleid. The class members were named after the Merchant Navy shipping lines involved in the Battle of the Atlantic, and latterly those which used Southampton Docks. Although the class were originally built with air-smoothed casing and chain-driven vale gear, the entire class were later modified under BR, resulting in a more conventional, easier to maintain design. No. 35017 ‘Belgian Marine’ was built in April 1945 at the Eastleigh Works under the SR number 21C17. The Locomotive was rebuilt in March 1957 and remained in service until July 1966 before being scrapped in Newport.
£170.99
MRP £189.99

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(Product Ref 113483)
Detailed model of LSWR T9 class 4-4-0 number 120 finished in LSWR sage green livery. This is the preserved example of the class which, with it's aesthetically pleasing design, still looks like an express passenger engine today. Traction tyres on the driving axles allow this small engine to haul a realistic train.
£152.99
MRP £169.99

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(Product Ref 110793)
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