Themed Train Packs with locomotive & train

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<p><strong>Expected August 2019</strong><br />Belmond British Pullman train pack featuring a class 67 locomotive in Pullman livery and three classic 1930s era Pullman coaches.</p>

Expected August 2019
Belmond British Pullman train pack featuring a class 67 locomotive in Pullman livery and three classic 1930s era Pullman coaches.

£203.39
MRP £225.99
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<b>Bachmann OO 25th Anniversary Train Pack 25-2014</b><br>2014 sees the 25th anniversary of Bachmann Europe Plc. To mark this event&nbsp;special anniversary train packs will be produced&nbsp;for both Bachmann Branchline OO and Graham Farish N.<p></p>
<p>The 25th anniversary packs in both OO and N will feature two locomotives, one BR ex-LMS Stanier Jubilee class 4-6-0 in BR lined green and one BR class 47 diesel locomotive in the 1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee livery with the union flag applied full-height on the bodyside.</p>
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<li>Wooden case presentation box with Silver Anniversary logo and Silver effect rather than brass </li>
<li>Numbered certificate </li>
<li>BR Green Late Crest Jubilee locomotive </li>
<li>BR Blue Class 47 locomotive "Union Jack" livery 
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Bachmann OO 25th Anniversary Train Pack 25-2014
2014 sees the 25th anniversary of Bachmann Europe Plc. To mark this event special anniversary train packs will be produced for both Bachmann Branchline OO and Graham Farish N.

The 25th anniversary packs in both OO and N will feature two locomotives, one BR ex-LMS Stanier Jubilee class 4-6-0 in BR lined green and one BR class 47 diesel locomotive in the 1977 Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee livery with the union flag applied full-height on the bodyside.

  • Wooden case presentation box with Silver Anniversary logo and Silver effect rather than brass
  • Numbered certificate
  • BR Green Late Crest Jubilee locomotive
  • BR Blue Class 47 locomotive "Union Jack" livery

  • £175.00
    MRP £249.95
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    (Product Ref #65675)
    Bachmann OO Shakespeare Express Train Pack 30-525, This gift pack is based on the heritage steam hauled service between Birmingham Moor Street and Stratford-upon-Avon via the North Warwickshire line. Passengers can enjoy a true mainline steam express experience on sections of the former GWR London to Birmingham and Birmingham to Cheltenham routes hauled by one of the locomotives based at Tyseley shed.<br /><br />
    Bachmann OO Shakespeare Express Train Pack 30-525, This gift pack is based on the heritage steam hauled service between Birmingham Moor Street and Stratford-upon-Avon via the North Warwickshire line. Passengers can enjoy a true mainline steam express experience on sections of the former GWR London to Birmingham and Birmingham to Cheltenham routes hauled by one of the locomotives based at Tyseley shed.

    £175.00
    MRP £219.95
    Website: 1
    (Product Ref #83367)
    Hornby OO 1940: Return from Dunkirk Train Pack - Limited Edition - R3302<br /><br /><br />
    Hornby OO 1940: Return from Dunkirk Train Pack - Limited Edition - R3302


    £179.95
    MRP £249.99
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    Available: Bristol: 1, Stroud: 1
    (Product Ref #24125)
    <p>British Railways planned a 'farewell to steam' railtour for the 11th of August 1968, the official last day of mainline steam. Coded 1T57 the train was dubbed the 'Fifteen Guinea Special' due to the price of tickets, set at 15 guineas, equivalent to £15 15s in pre-decimal currency (approximately £250 at current values), prices being quoted in guineas usually only for luxury items.<br />One of the few remaining operational steam locomotives and one of the last to have received a works overhaul Britannia 70013 Oliver Cromwell was the principal engine used for the tour, ably supported by Stanier 'Black 5' 4-6-0s.</p>

    British Railways planned a 'farewell to steam' railtour for the 11th of August 1968, the official last day of mainline steam. Coded 1T57 the train was dubbed the 'Fifteen Guinea Special' due to the price of tickets, set at 15 guineas, equivalent to £15 15s in pre-decimal currency (approximately £250 at current values), prices being quoted in guineas usually only for luxury items.
    One of the few remaining operational steam locomotives and one of the last to have received a works overhaul Britannia 70013 Oliver Cromwell was the principal engine used for the tour, ably supported by Stanier 'Black 5' 4-6-0s.

    £229.99
    MRP £299.99
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    (Product Ref #103490)
    The Western Sovereign train pack features ex-GWR King class locomotive 6002 King William IV in British Railways lined green livery with a train of three Collett design express passenger corridor coaches including two brake third class coaches and a composite coach with compartments for first and third class passengers all finished in British Railways crimson and cream livery.
    £215.99
    MRP £239.99
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    (Product Ref #109387)
    A complete British Railways four-coach suburban train in one pack.
    Including BR ex-LMS Fowler class 4P 2-6-4 tank locomotive 42334 in British Railways lined black livery and four ex-LMS Stanier 57ft. non-corridor coaches in British Railways maroon livery comprising two brake third class coaches, one full third class coach and a composite coach with first and third class compartments.
    £199.99
    MRP £221.99
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    (Product Ref #109384)
    <strong>Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3398 Lyme Regis Branch Line Limited Edition Train Pack</strong><br /><br />A limited edition train pack featuring the new Hornby model of the LSWR Adams Radial 4-4-2 tank engine finished as 30583 while fitted with one of the newer Drummond boilers and two of the new Maunsell rebuild non-corridor coaches, representing the trains  running on the Lyme Regis branch until the early 1960s.<br />Limited edition of 1000
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3398 Lyme Regis Branch Line Limited Edition Train Pack

    A limited edition train pack featuring the new Hornby model of the LSWR Adams Radial 4-4-2 tank engine finished as 30583 while fitted with one of the newer Drummond boilers and two of the new Maunsell rebuild non-corridor coaches, representing the trains  running on the Lyme Regis branch until the early 1960s.
    Limited edition of 1000
    £179.95
    MRP £225.99
    Available: Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1
    (Product Ref #36621)
    Limited edition of 1000<br /><br />Away from the perceived glamour of the mainline, the real work of the railways took place on a myriad of suburban lines across the country, especially in the great conurbations of the Midlands. The main requirement for a locomotive working suburban services was to have quick acceleration, efficient braking and good tractive ability, the latter being especially useful when pulling heavy carriages, full of commuters.<br />Fowler’s 4P 2-6-4T engine was ideally suited to this task, mainly being used on longer distance commuter trains from stations in the big cities of England, as well as being used to bank heavy passenger and goods trains on the West Coast Main Line. Typically hauling sets of Stanier’s 57’ non-corridor suburban stock, thousands of commuters spent their working week travelling back and forth from the cities behind these engines.
<p>This train pack recreates a typical suburban working, with Fowler 4P No. 2238 in LMS lined black and two Stanier 57’ non-corridor Brake Third coaches 20768 and 20769, with Composite 16592, in LMS lined maroon livery.</p>
    Limited edition of 1000

    Away from the perceived glamour of the mainline, the real work of the railways took place on a myriad of suburban lines across the country, especially in the great conurbations of the Midlands. The main requirement for a locomotive working suburban services was to have quick acceleration, efficient braking and good tractive ability, the latter being especially useful when pulling heavy carriages, full of commuters.
    Fowler’s 4P 2-6-4T engine was ideally suited to this task, mainly being used on longer distance commuter trains from stations in the big cities of England, as well as being used to bank heavy passenger and goods trains on the West Coast Main Line. Typically hauling sets of Stanier’s 57’ non-corridor suburban stock, thousands of commuters spent their working week travelling back and forth from the cities behind these engines.

    This train pack recreates a typical suburban working, with Fowler 4P No. 2238 in LMS lined black and two Stanier 57’ non-corridor Brake Third coaches 20768 and 20769, with Composite 16592, in LMS lined maroon livery.

    £240.29
    MRP £266.99
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    <p><strong>Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3399 EWS Freight Limited Edition Train Pack<br /></strong>Limited edition of 1000<br /><br />2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the formation of one of the United Kingdom’s most distinctive Railway Operating Companies, English Welsh &amp; Scottish Railway Ltd, or EWS as it was more commonly known.The merger of Rail Express Systems, Loadhaul, Mainline Freight and Transrail Freight into North and South Railways during March 1996 was followed, on April 25th, by the unveiling of the EWS brand, but it was not until October 1996 that the English Welsh &amp; Scottish Railway Ltd was formed.</p>

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3399 EWS Freight Limited Edition Train Pack
    Limited edition of 1000

    2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the formation of one of the United Kingdom’s most distinctive Railway Operating Companies, English Welsh & Scottish Railway Ltd, or EWS as it was more commonly known.The merger of Rail Express Systems, Loadhaul, Mainline Freight and Transrail Freight into North and South Railways during March 1996 was followed, on April 25th, by the unveiling of the EWS brand, but it was not until October 1996 that the English Welsh & Scottish Railway Ltd was formed.

    £217.79
    MRP £241.99
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    <p>Limited edition of 1000</p>
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<p>The ‘Queen of Scots’ service commenced in 1928, but its development can be traced back to Grouping, in 1923, when the fledgling LNER acquired a number of Great Eastern Pullmans. Instead of allocating them on a piecemeal basis, as the GER had done, the LNER’s management decided to open up a new luxury service to Newcastle, via Leeds and Harrogate.</p>
<p>The Harrogate Pullman was a success and the route was extended to Edinburgh, running non-stop from Kings Cross to Harrogate from the autumn of 1925. From May 1, 1928, when two new 8 car, all-steel Pullman K type sets were introduced for a route extension to Glasgow and the ‘Queen of Scots’ service commenced</p>
<p>Hauled initially by the Ivatt Atlantics, by 1935 the 400 ton, ten car train necessitated the use of A1, A3 and A4 locomotives and even Gresley’s W1 design was allocated at times. At Leeds, two cars were detached from the service, leaving eight to continue on the journey.</p>
<p>This train pack recreates the service in the second half of the 1930s, with Gresley ‘A4’ 4-6-2 4500 Garganey in LNER garter blue, which will be accompanied by all-steel K-Type Brake Third 'No. 77', Kitchen First 'Thelma' and Parlour First 'Sheila'. Roofboards will be fitted to each carriage and a headboard for the ‘A4’ will be included as a separate fitting to complete the model.</p>
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    Limited edition of 1000

    The ‘Queen of Scots’ service commenced in 1928, but its development can be traced back to Grouping, in 1923, when the fledgling LNER acquired a number of Great Eastern Pullmans. Instead of allocating them on a piecemeal basis, as the GER had done, the LNER’s management decided to open up a new luxury service to Newcastle, via Leeds and Harrogate.

    The Harrogate Pullman was a success and the route was extended to Edinburgh, running non-stop from Kings Cross to Harrogate from the autumn of 1925. From May 1, 1928, when two new 8 car, all-steel Pullman K type sets were introduced for a route extension to Glasgow and the ‘Queen of Scots’ service commenced

    Hauled initially by the Ivatt Atlantics, by 1935 the 400 ton, ten car train necessitated the use of A1, A3 and A4 locomotives and even Gresley’s W1 design was allocated at times. At Leeds, two cars were detached from the service, leaving eight to continue on the journey.

    This train pack recreates the service in the second half of the 1930s, with Gresley ‘A4’ 4-6-2 4500 Garganey in LNER garter blue, which will be accompanied by all-steel K-Type Brake Third 'No. 77', Kitchen First 'Thelma' and Parlour First 'Sheila'. Roofboards will be fitted to each carriage and a headboard for the ‘A4’ will be included as a separate fitting to complete the model.

    £298.79
    MRP £331.99
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    (Product Ref #43489)
    <p>Contents: </p>
R3374 - BR Blue Class 71 '71012'<br />R4739 - Pullman 2nd Class Parlour Car<br />R4741 - Pullman 2nd Class Kitchen car

    Contents: 

    R3374 - BR Blue Class 71 '71012'
    R4739 - Pullman 2nd Class Parlour Car
    R4741 - Pullman 2nd Class Kitchen car
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