Southern Railway Locomotives

Locomotives built for the Southern Railway including OVS Bulleids' pacifics. Eras 3-5
Bachmann Branchline 31-921 OO Gauge BR 32424 Beachy Head Brighton 4-4-2 Atlantic BR Black early Emblem.

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

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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.
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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
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Created in 1876 for working on the East London Line, No. 54 'Waddon' was bought by the SE&CR in 1904, acting as a motor train preforming light passenger services across Kent. Later the locomotive was employed on shunting and piloting duties before being re-numbered 680S and refurbished, and again refurbished by BR and numbered D.S680 in 1952. In 1962 the locomotive was presented to the Canada Railway Historical Association and decorated in LB&SCR before being shipped to Canada for exhibition.
Era 6 1957-1962
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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.
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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.
Model finished as British Railways 30096 in the later British Railways black livery with lion holding wheel crest.
£107.50
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Finely detailed model of a L&SWR B4 class 0-4-0 side tank shunting engine tank finished as LSWR 91 Jersey in lined dark green livery.
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A finely detailed model of London & South Western Railway B4 class 0-4-0 shunting engine 82 finished in dark green livery.
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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.
Model finished as L&SWR engine 99 Trouville painted in brown livery.
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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 lined black livery as engine number 99.
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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 engine 30096 with the name Corrall Queen as running while owned by Corralls fuel merchants in Southampton, 1963-1972. 30096 was subsequently purchased by members of the Bulleid Society and moved to the Bluebell Railway.
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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 is finished in Dorset green green livery as number 99.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished in Stroudley golden ochre improved engine green paint colour as LB&SCR 145 France.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished in Stroudley golden ochre improved engine green paint colour as LB&SCR 155 Brenner.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished in LB&SCR goods green livery as 127 Poitiers.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished in LB&SCR goods green livery as 1222 Leghorn.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished as LB&SCR 110 in Marsh era umber livery.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished as LB&SCR 137 in Marsh era umber livery.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished as Southern Railway B690 in SR black livery.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished as Southern Railway 2151 in SR black livery.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished as British Railways 32694 in unlined black livery with early emblems.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished as British Railways 32138 in unlined black livery with early emblems.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished as British Railways 32151 in lined black livery with no emblems.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
One of four ex-LBSCR E1 class engines transferred to the Isle of Wight by the Southern Railway in 1932/3 number 1 Medina is finished in the late Southern green livery lettered BRITISH RAILWAYS in the Southern Railway sunshine lettering style.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
One of four ex-LBSCR E1 class engines transferred to the Isle of Wight by the Southern Railway in 1932/3 number 3 Ryde is finished in the late Southern Railway black livery with sunshine lettering.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Originally LB&SCR 92 this engine was withdrawn as SR B92 in 1936 and sold to the Hartley Main Colliery Company, becoming their number 30.
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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Model finished as British Railways Isle of Wight section number 4 Wroxall in unlined black livery with early emblems.
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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.
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Oxford Rail OO East Kent Light Railway 5 ex-LSWR Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank EKLR Green Livery OR76AR005
Oxford Rail OR76AR005 OO Gauge East Kent Light Railway 5 ex-LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T EKR (ex-LSWR) green livery
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 the locomotive owned by the East Kent Railway, running as EKLR number 5. The livery was little altered from LSWR paint by the impecunious light railway, but number 5 was to have a long, interesting and varied career...
Built in March 1885 in Glasgow by Neilson & Co as LSWR 488 she was and sold to the Ministry of Munitions in 1914 for service at Ridham, Sittingbourne, Kent. Purchased by EKLR in 1919 and numbered 5 the radial was laid aside needing repairs in 1939. Following WW2 the Southern Railway required another locomotive for the Lyme Regies branch and EKLR 5 was purchased, returning to service in 1946 as SR number 3488. Renumbered 30583 by British Railways the locomotive was withdrawn (again!) in 1961. The number 488 should seem familiar however, as this well travelled engine was purchased for preservation by the Bluebell Railway, the sole surviving example of the class.
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Oxford Rail OO SR 3520 ex-LSWR Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Southern Maunsell Green OR76AR006
Oxford Rail OR76AR006 OO Gauge Southern Railway 3250 ex-LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T SR ex-LSWR Olive Green Livery
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 LSWR Urie olive green livery with Southern lettering.
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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.

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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.
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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.
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Model of East Kent Railway 5, an ex-LSWR Adams radial 4-4-2 tank engine supplied with a short train of goods wagons.
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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.
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Southern locomotive 21C146 entered service in November 1946 having been built to Bulleid's air-smoothed 'Light Pacific' design. From new the locomotive was allocated to the Exmouth Junction Shed where it remained until moving to Sailsbury in May 1951 and Brighton the following month. Under British Railways the locomotive was renumbered 34046. In January 1959 the locomotive was rebuilt to a more conventional design along with many other members of the 'West Country' Class.
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257 Squadron was completed at Brighton Works in 1948 as one of the first of its Class produced under BR, and allocated to Dover Marine Shed to work the Continental Boat Trains to London. Perhaps more incredible than its service life are the efforts made in light of '257 Squadron's' significant name in relation to the Battle of Britain and Second World War to return the locomotive to traffic in October 2021.
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The M7 is a remarkable steam locomotive, possessing quick acceleration and good tractive power – making it well matched to Branch line workings, acting as station pilots and the demands of suburban workings alike. Designed by Dugald Drummond, the M7 Class locomotive entered service in 1897 before being withdrawn from fast passenger services a year later.
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The introduction of electrification, plus the Lord Nelson Class and ultimately, the Bulleid Pacific locomotives, all hastened the N15's departure.'Joyous Gard' was the sixth example of the class to be built, numbered 741 it would leave the shed at Eastleigh in April 1919. During its life the locomotive would receive various modifications such as the class wide installation of smoke deflectors as well as being fitted with a Lemaitre exhaust, becoming one of only five of the class to have the upgrade fitted. 

The locomotive would become 30741 under British Railways, before being withdrawn and scrapped in February 1956. Only one member of the class would be preserved, a North British Loco built example, 777 Sir Lamiel, part of the National Collection, under the care of the 5305 Locomotive Association, being based at the Great Central Railway in Leicestershire.

The Hornby N15 model is fitted with a 5 pole motor which pairs well with its diecast chassis to provide excellent traction and pulling power. The model is 8 pin DCC ready for digital users who may wish to upgrade the locomotive to DCC.

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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
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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
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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.
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Locomotive 35012 entered service with the Southern Railway in January 1945 with the palindromic locomotive 'number' 21C12. It would gain its more conventional number under BR before being rebuilt by the nationalised operator in February 1957, making it one of the first examples to be rebuilt. The locomotive would go on to serve under BR, mainly on the former Southern region before being withdrawn in April 1967. United States Lines would be scrapped in Newport shortly after.

The Hornby Merchant Navy is fitted with a powerful five pole motor and a large flywheel providing excellent performance. The locomotive if fitted with a fully detailed cab, tender pickups, NEM pockets front and rear and a 21 pin decoder socket.

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Highly detailed model of Southern Railway Lord Nelson class 4-6-0 express passenger locomotive 864 Sir Martin Frobisher finished in malachite green livery with sunshine lettering.
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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.
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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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