The London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) was the second-largest of the "Big Four" railway companies created by the Railways Act 1921 in Britain. It existed from 1 January 1923 until nationalisation on 1 January 1948, when it was divided into the new British Railways' Eastern Region, North Eastern Region and partially the Scottish Region.

Graham Farish 372-385 N Gauge LNER 525 A H Peppercorn Class A2 4-6-2 Apple Green

A highly detailed N gauge model of the LNER A2 class pacifcs.

This model of 525 A H Peppercorn is painted in the LNER apple green livery.

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Graham Farish 372-800A N Gauge 60163 Tornado Class A1 4-6-2 Locomotive in BR Lined Brunswick Green

One of the most recent and exciting developments in British steam locomotive history has been the creation of a completely new steam locomotive, specially built for hauling railtours.

The Tornado project has taken many years of work to create an entirely new Peppercorn calss A1 locomotive, a type from which no original locomotive survived. Now you can take home a detailed N gauge model of this superb locomotive. An excellent souvenier of a steam-hauled trip or brining the majic of modern steam to a modern image layout, mixing the the brightly coloured trains of the current operating companies.

this model of 60163 Tornado is finished in British Railways lined brunswick green livery, the scheme the locomotive currently carries.

Era 9. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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Dapol 2S-008-002 N Gauge LNER 4498 Sir Nigel Gresley A4 Class Streamlined 4-6-2 Pacific with Double Chimney Preserved LNER Blue

Detailed model of the Gresley designed streamlined A4 class pacific locomotive.

Preserved A4 LNER 4498 Sir Nigel Gresley is modelled here in prserved form, fitted with a double chimney and painted in the LNER classic garter blue livery.

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Dapol 2S-008-008 N Gauge LNER Mallard A4 Class Streamlined 4-6-2 Pacific Locomotive with Valances LNER Garter Blue

A highly detailed model of the famous Gresley designed streamlined A4 class pacific locomotive Mallard, holder of the world speed record for steam traction.
Painted in the LNER blue livery and fitted with side valances over the wheels.

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Dapol 2S-008-009 N Gauge A4 Valanced 4490 Empire of India LNER Garter Blue Livery

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Dapol 2S-008-012 N Gauge LNER Sea Eagle Gresley Steamlined Class A4 4-6-2 Pacific with Valances

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Dapol 2S-011-002 N Gauge LNER 103 Flying Scotsman Gresley A10 Class 4-6-2 Pacfic Express Passenger Locomotive Wartime Black Livery Lettered NE
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Dapol 2S-020-002 N Gauge BR ex-LNER class B17 4-6-0 61664 Liverpool

A nicely detailed model of one of the LNER B17 class 4-6-0s named after famous football clubs.

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Dapol 2S-020-003 N Gauge LNER 2871 Manchester City B17 Class 4-6-0 LNER Apple Green Livery

Many of the B17 class locomotives carried the names of football teams, resulting in the class frequently being referred to as 'footballers'

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Dapol 2S-022-001 N Gauge NER 1715 Wordsell E1/J72 Class 0-6-0T NER Lined Green

Adding to the Dapol range of interesting and useful small steam locomotives in N gauge is the NER Wordsell design E1 class of 0-6-0 tank engines, designated clas J72 by the LNER.

113 of these useful engines were built in nine batches spread over 53 years, the first built by the North eastern Railway in 1898 and the last batch built by British Railways in 1951. These light shunting engines proved very successful in a range of duties and following the grouping in 1923 were widely distributed across the LNER system, becoming the only class allocated to areas covered by all of the LNER's major constituent companies.

This model is painted in the pre-grouping NER green livery.

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Dapol 2S-022-002 N Gauge LNER 8286 Wordsell E1/J72 Class 0-6-0T LNER Green Livery

Adding to the Dapol range of interesting and useful small steam locomotives in N gauge is the NER Wordsell design E1 class of 0-6-0 tank engines, designated clas J72 by the LNER.

113 of these useful engines were built in nine batches spread over 53 years, the first built by the North eastern Railway in 1898 and the last batch built by British Railways in 1951. These light shunting engines proved very successful in a range of duties and following the grouping in 1923 were widely distributed across the LNER system, becoming the only class allocated to areas covered by all of the LNER's major constituent companies.

This model is painted in LNER green livery, as applied to J72s normally employed on pilot duties at major stations shunting passenger coachs and parcels vans between connecting trains.

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Dapol 2S-022-003 N Gauge BR 68677 Wordsell E1/J72 Class 0-6-0T BR Black early Emblem

Adding to the Dapol range of interesting and useful small steam locomotives in N gauge is the NER Wordsell design E1 class of 0-6-0 tank engines, designated clas J72 by the LNER.

113 of these useful engines were built in nine batches spread over 53 years, the first built by the North eastern Railway in 1898 and the last batch built by British Railways in 1951. These light shunting engines proved very successful in a range of duties and following the grouping in 1923 were widely distributed across the LNER system, becoming the only class allocated to areas covered by all of the LNER's major constituent companies.

This model is painted in British Railways black livery with early lion over wheel emblem.

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Dapol 2S-022-004 N Gauge BR 69023 Wordsell E1/J72 Class 0-6-0T BR Black Late Crest

Adding to the Dapol range of interesting and useful small steam locomotives in N gauge is the NER Wordsell design E1 class of 0-6-0 tank engines, designated clas J72 by the LNER.

113 of these useful engines were built in nine batches spread over 53 years, the first built by the North eastern Railway in 1898 and the last batch built by British Railways in 1951. These light shunting engines proved very successful in a range of duties and following the grouping in 1923 were widely distributed across the LNER system, becoming the only class allocated to areas covered by all of the LNER's major constituent companies.

This model is painted in British Railways black livery with the later lion holding wheel crest.

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Dapol 2S-022-005 N Gauge BR 68723 Wordsell E1/J72 Class 0-6-0T BR Lined Green

Adding to the Dapol range of interesting and useful small steam locomotives in N gauge is the NER Wordsell design E1 class of 0-6-0 tank engines, designated clas J72 by the LNER.

113 of these useful engines were built in nine batches spread over 53 years, the first built by the North eastern Railway in 1898 and the last batch built by British Railways in 1951. These light shunting engines proved very successful in a range of duties and following the grouping in 1923 were widely distributed across the LNER system, becoming the only class allocated to areas covered by all of the LNER's major constituent companies.

This model is painted in British Railways lined green livery, as applied to J72s normally employed on pilot duties at major stations shunting passenger coachs and parcels vans between connecting trains.

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Graham Farish 372-079 N Gauge LNER 1040 Roedeer Thompson B1 Class 4-6-0 LNER Lined Black

A new model of the LNER Thomson design B1 class mixed traffic 4-6-0 locomotive. Featuring the powerful Graham Farish tender drive mechanism.

This model of LNER 1040 Roedeer is painted in the LNER lined black livery, applied during WW2.
Era 3 1923-1948. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

£110.46
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Bachmann Graham Farish 372-160 N Gauge LNER 3506 Class O6 LMS 8F 2-8-0 LNER Black

New retooled model of the LMS Stanier 8F 2-8-0
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Graham Farish 372-386 N Gauge BR 60537 Bachelors Button Class A2 4-6-2 BR Brunswick Green Early Emblem

A highly detailed N gauge model of the LNER A2 class pacifcs.

This model of 60537 Bachelors Button is painted in the British Railways brunswick green express passenger livery with early lion over wheel emblem.

Era 4. DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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Graham Farish 372-387 N Gauge BR 60527 Sun Chariot Class A2 4-6-2 Lined Green Late Crest

A highly detailed N gauge model of the LNER A2 class pacifcs.

This model of 60527 Sun Chariot is painted in the British Railways lined green express passenger livery with later lion holding wheel crest.
Please note that the number and name details have been changed since the production of the 2013 catalogue.

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Bachmann Graham Farish 372-428 N Gauge LNER 3085 WD Austerity Class 2-8-0 LNER Black

These engines were built for the British War Department during WW2, having been designed to use the minimum of essential materials. Construction time and cost was reduced by the use of simplified and fabricated components in place of castings wherever possible. Many of the locomotives were used to provide logistic support for allied forces in the middle east and later in Europe following the invasion of France. Once the European railways were re-establishing themselves the British locomotives returned to the UK and a small fleet passed into British Railways ownership.

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£154.95
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Graham Farish 372-800B N Gauge 60163 Tornado Peppercorn Class A1 4-6-2 Pacific BR Express Blue

A recent and exciting development in British steam locomotive history was the creation of a completely new 4-6-2 steam locomotive, specially built for hauling rail tours.

The Tornado project took many years of work to create an entirely new Peppercorn Class A1 locomotive, no original example of which survived. Now you can take home a detailed N gauge model of this superb locomotive. An excellent souvenir of a steam-hauled trip or of bringing the magic of steam to a modern image layout, mixing with the the brightly coloured trains of current operating companies.

60163 Tornado has run in several different liveries. This model carries the BR experimental express blue turnout that was carried by several of the A1 class when new and which 60163 carried during 2012.

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Graham Farish 372-825 N Gauge LNER J72 Class 8680 LNER Lined Green.

We are taking orders for the N gauge LNER J72 class locomotives, please select the 'Click and Collect' option from the payment screen of the checkout. We will contact you to advise pricing and arrange payment when the models are expected to be released.

A new model of another really small shunting engine, the LNER J72 class 0-6-0 tank engine, announced by Bachmann as part of the Graham Farish N gauge range.
These small engines were originally designed for the NER, but were so useful that more were built by the LNER, with the last not being completed until after nationalisation. The class was ideal for branchline and light shunting duties, often around passenger stations where through coaches and express parcels vans were shunted between trains, hence the frequent application of the LNERs apple green passenger livery.

Era 3. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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Graham Farish 372-826 N Gauge LNER J72 Class 69001 BR Black Early Emblem.

Price to be advised.
We are taking orders for the N gauge LNER J72 class locomotives, please select the 'Click and Collect' option from the payment screen of the checkout. We will contact you to advise pricing and arrange payment when the models are expected to be released.

A new model of another really small shunting engine, the LNER J72 class 0-6-0 tank engine, announced by Bachmann as part of the Graham Farish N gauge range.
These small engines were originally designed for the NER, but were so useful that more were built by the LNER, with the last not being completed until after nationalisation. The class was ideal for branchline and light shunting duties, often around passenger stations where through coaches and express parcels vans were shunted between trains.

Era 4. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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Graham Farish 372-827 N Gauge LNER J72 Class 69028 BR Black Late Crest.

Price to be advised.
We are taking orders for the N gauge LNER J72 class locomotives, please select the 'Click and Collect' option from the payment screen of the checkout. We will contact you to advise pricing and arrange payment when the models are expected to be released.

A new model of another really small shunting engine, the LNER J72 class 0-6-0 tank engine, announced by Bachmann as part of the Graham Farish N gauge range.
These small engines were originally designed for the NER, but were so useful that more were built by the LNER, with the last not being completed until after nationalisation. The class was ideal for branchline and light shunting duties, often around passenger stations where through coaches and express parcels vans were shunted between trains.

Era 5. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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