<br />A highly detailed model of the former Lancashire &amp; Yorkshire Railway 2-4-2 radial tank engines. The first batch of models is the early short bunker type and features cab interior detailing.<br /><br />These smart locomotives were built for suburban and branch passenger operations, proving highly successful in both roles, with many lasting well into British Railways ownership. The 2-4-2 wheel arrangement was chosen for its' symetrical layout, offering equal speed and capability when running in either direction.<br /><br />This model of BR 50795 is painted in the latre British Railways black livery with lion holding wheel crest and completed with a weathered finish, recreating the appearance of locomotive in service. Era 4 1948-1956.<br /><br />DCC OnBoard - supplied with a factory fitted decoder.<br />Please enquire if you would like to purchase this model without the decoder.

A highly detailed model of the former Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway 2-4-2 radial tank engines. The first batch of models is the early short bunker type and features cab interior detailing.

These smart locomotives were built for suburban and branch passenger operations, proving highly successful in both roles, with many lasting well into British Railways ownership. The 2-4-2 wheel arrangement was chosen for its' symetrical layout, offering equal speed and capability when running in either direction.

This model of BR 50795 is painted in the latre British Railways black livery with lion holding wheel crest and completed with a weathered finish, recreating the appearance of locomotive in service. Era 4 1948-1956.

DCC OnBoard - supplied with a factory fitted decoder.
Please enquire if you would like to purchase this model without the decoder.
£85.00
MRP £115.45
Website: 1
(Product Ref #1029)
This model of BR 50705 is painted in the early BR black livery with lion over wheel emblem. Era 4 1948-1957.
<p>DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.</p>
This model of BR 50705 is painted in the early BR black livery with lion over wheel emblem. Era 4 1948-1957.

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

£85.00
MRP £114.95
Website: 2
Available: Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #6015)
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.<br />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&amp;SCR express passenger engines used on the most heavily loaded and Pullman express trains like the <em>Brighton Limited</em>, and <em>Southern Belle</em>.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.<br />
<p>Dimensions - Length 264mm. Era 3.<br />DCC and Sound Ready, 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation.</p>
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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Available: Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #58300)
A detailed model of BR class 37 locomotive 37055 Rail Celebrity finished in Mainline Freight aircraft blue livery.<br />South West region exclusive model.
A detailed model of BR class 37 locomotive 37055 Rail Celebrity finished in Mainline Freight aircraft blue livery.
South West region exclusive model.
£140.00
MRP £169.95
Website: 1
Available: Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Plymouth: 1, Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #70850)
A detailed model of BR class 37 locomotive 37055 Rail Celebrity finished in Mainline Freight aircraft blue livery.<br />South West region exclusive model. DCC and Sound fitted
A detailed model of BR class 37 locomotive 37055 Rail Celebrity finished in Mainline Freight aircraft blue livery.
South West region exclusive model. DCC and Sound fitted
£210.00
MRP £259.95
Website: 1
(Product Ref #104900)
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.<BR><BR>Covered hopper&nbsp;wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed&nbsp;ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand&nbsp;for glass making.<BR><BR>This grey painted&nbsp;hopper represents an example with hand brakes only.<BR>Era 7 1971-1982
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.

Covered hopper wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand for glass making.

This grey painted hopper represents an example with hand brakes only.
Era 7 1971-1982
£19.95
MRP £25.95
Website: 1
Available: Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Gloucester: 1, Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #93578)
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.<BR><BR>Covered hopper&nbsp;wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed&nbsp;ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand&nbsp;for glass making.<BR><BR>This bauxite liveried hopper is lettered for British Industrial Sand (BIS) and advertising Rockware glass. These wagons were still in use in the early 1980s being dedicated to&nbsp;carrying sand&nbsp;for glass manufacture.<BR>Era 7 1971-1982
A detailed model of the BR standard design covered hopper (covhop) wagons built in the 1960s and serving until the mid-80s.

Covered hopper wagons are used for a range of dry granulated or powder products which require weather protection, with the hopper permiting rapid discharge of the load. Covered hoppers were used for powered chemicals (eg washing powder), crushed ores (eg alumina), granulated sugar and high-grade sand for glass making.

This bauxite liveried hopper is lettered for British Industrial Sand (BIS) and advertising Rockware glass. These wagons were still in use in the early 1980s being dedicated to carrying sand for glass manufacture.
Era 7 1971-1982
£19.95
MRP £24.95
Website: 1
Available: Bristol: 1, Gloucester: 1, Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #93579)
DJ Models J984-002 OO Gauge BR 68061 J94 Class Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST Black Livery lettered British Railways
<p>Featuring prototypically dished wheels, heavy tungsten split frame chassis, coreless motor, flywheel, 50:1 gearing, correct pattern cab and bunker for running numbers, NEM coupler housings, sprung buffers and fully modelled cab interior.</p>
<p>DCC ready</p>
DJ Models J984-002 OO Gauge BR 68061 J94 Class Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST Black Livery lettered British Railways

Featuring prototypically dished wheels, heavy tungsten split frame chassis, coreless motor, flywheel, 50:1 gearing, correct pattern cab and bunker for running numbers, NEM coupler housings, sprung buffers and fully modelled cab interior.

DCC ready

£70.00
MRP £95.50
Website: 1
(Product Ref #95840)
DJ Models J94-003 OO Gauge LNER 8064 J94 Class Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST Black LNER
<p>Featuring prototypically dished wheels, heavy tungsten split frame chassis, coreless motor, flywheel, 50:1 gearing, correct pattern cab and bunker for running numbers, NEM coupler housings, sprung buffers and fully modelled cab interior.</p>
<p>DCC ready</p>
DJ Models J94-003 OO Gauge LNER 8064 J94 Class Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST Black LNER

Featuring prototypically dished wheels, heavy tungsten split frame chassis, coreless motor, flywheel, 50:1 gearing, correct pattern cab and bunker for running numbers, NEM coupler housings, sprung buffers and fully modelled cab interior.

DCC ready

£70.00
MRP £95.50
Website: 1
(Product Ref #95841)
Hornby R3230 00 Gauge LNER J15 Class ex-GER 0-6-0 Small Goods Engine LNER Black
<p>Dimensions - Length 218mm</p>
<p>A new detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engines.</p>
<p>DCC Type: DCC Ready</p>
Hornby R3230 00 Gauge LNER J15 Class ex-GER 0-6-0 Small Goods Engine LNER Black

Dimensions - Length 218mm

A new detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engines.

DCC Type: DCC Ready

£87.00
MRP £109.99
Website: 2
(Product Ref #78985)
Hornby R3231 00 Gauge BR(E) J15 Class ex-GER 0-6-0 Small Goods Engine BR Black Early Emblem
<p>Dimensions - Length 218m.</p>
<p>A new detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engines.</p>
<p>DCC Type: DCC Ready</p>
Hornby R3231 00 Gauge BR(E) J15 Class ex-GER 0-6-0 Small Goods Engine BR Black Early Emblem

Dimensions - Length 218m.

A new detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engines.

DCC Type: DCC Ready

£87.00
MRP £109.99
Website: 4
Available: Plymouth: 1
(Product Ref #78986)
Hornby R3233 00 Gauge LNER Class D16/3 Super Claud 4-4-0 LNER Black<br /><br />A detailed model of the Gresley rebuild of the GER Claud Hamilton 4-4-0 express passenger locomotives, known as 'Super Clauds' for their greater power.
<p>This model is painted in the LNER black livery.</p>
Hornby R3233 00 Gauge LNER Class D16/3 Super Claud 4-4-0 LNER Black

A detailed model of the Gresley rebuild of the GER Claud Hamilton 4-4-0 express passenger locomotives, known as 'Super Clauds' for their greater power.

This model is painted in the LNER black livery.

£87.00
MRP £109.99
Website: 3
(Product Ref #78984)
Hornby R3242 00 Gauge BR Thompson/Peppercorn K1 Class 2-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem <p></p><p>DCC Ready. 8-pin socket</p>
Hornby R3242 00 Gauge BR Thompson/Peppercorn K1 Class 2-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem

DCC Ready. 8-pin socket

£99.95
MRP £129.99
Website: 2
(Product Ref #95368)
Hornby R3243A 00 Gauge BR 62027 Thompson/Peppercorn K1 Class 2-6-0 BR Black Late Crest
<p>DCC Type: DCC Ready</p>
Hornby R3243A 00 Gauge BR 62027 Thompson/Peppercorn K1 Class 2-6-0 BR Black Late Crest

DCC Type: DCC Ready

£99.95
MRP £129.99
Website: 2
Available: Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #3586)
Hornby R3290 00 Gauge BR(S) 2-HAL 2 Car Electric Multiple Unit Train BR Green Livery is a new model of the Southern Railway 2-HAL ourter suburban elctric multiple units. Designed for routes where primaily shorter journeys were being made. A lavatory was provided in the trailer car only for passengers making longer trips.
Hornby R3290 00 Gauge BR(S) 2-HAL 2 Car Electric Multiple Unit Train BR Green Livery is a new model of the Southern Railway 2-HAL ourter suburban elctric multiple units. Designed for routes where primaily shorter journeys were being made. A lavatory was provided in the trailer car only for passengers making longer trips.
£100.00
MRP £130.25
Website: 2
(Product Ref #78980)
Hornby OO BR E5001 Class 71 Southern Region Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive BR Green R3373<br />Hornby OO R3373 BR Class 71 E5001 BR Green<br />
<p>British Railways class 71 locomotives were built to provide electric locomotives for goods and non-electric (eg parcels) services across the third rail electrified areas of the former Southern Railway. Power was collected from the third rail aith an auxiliary pantograph fitted for use in yards, where the third  rail would be a hazard for shunting staff and a flywheel booster set was fitted to provide power while negotiating gaps in the third rail.<br />While the cass 71s were a successful design a pure-electric locomotive is restricted to routes with electric power available. A new design of electric locomotive (later class 73) equiped with a low-power auxiliary diesel engine provided a far more flexible locomotive able to work away from the third rail for extended periods. The class 71s locomotives were withdrawn from service en-bloc at the end of 1977. One example, E5001, was retained for presevation as part of the national collection.</p>
Hornby OO BR E5001 Class 71 Southern Region Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive BR Green R3373
Hornby OO R3373 BR Class 71 E5001 BR Green

British Railways class 71 locomotives were built to provide electric locomotives for goods and non-electric (eg parcels) services across the third rail electrified areas of the former Southern Railway. Power was collected from the third rail aith an auxiliary pantograph fitted for use in yards, where the third  rail would be a hazard for shunting staff and a flywheel booster set was fitted to provide power while negotiating gaps in the third rail.
While the cass 71s were a successful design a pure-electric locomotive is restricted to routes with electric power available. A new design of electric locomotive (later class 73) equiped with a low-power auxiliary diesel engine provided a far more flexible locomotive able to work away from the third rail for extended periods. The class 71s locomotives were withdrawn from service en-bloc at the end of 1977. One example, E5001, was retained for presevation as part of the national collection.

£129.99
MRP £170.99
Website: 2
Available: Cardiff: 1
(Product Ref #43577)
Hornby R3374 OO Gauge BR 71012 Class 71 Southern Region Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive BR Blue<p></p><p>Features of the DCC Ready Hornby model include:</p>
<ul>
<li>5 pole skew wound motor with double flywheel dual bogie drive 
</li><li>Working pantograph 
</li><li>Sprung buffers 
</li><li>Removable front valance panel 
</li><li>Accurate running light modes 
</li><li>Changeable headcodes 
</li><li>Cab lighting 
<p></p><p></p></li></ul>
Hornby R3374 OO Gauge BR 71012 Class 71 Southern Region Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive BR Blue

Features of the DCC Ready Hornby model include:

  • 5 pole skew wound motor with double flywheel dual bogie drive
  • Working pantograph
  • Sprung buffers
  • Removable front valance panel
  • Accurate running light modes
  • Changeable headcodes
  • Cab lighting

£129.99
MRP £170.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #42380)
Hornby OO BR E5022 Class 71 Southern Region Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive BR Green R3376<br />Hornby OO R3376 BR Class 71 E5022 BR Green<br />
<p>British Railways class 71 locomotives were built to provide electric locomotives for goods and non-electric (eg parcels) services across the third rail electrified areas of the former Southern Railway. Power was collected from the third rail aith an auxiliary pantograph fitted for use in yards, where the third  rail would be a hazard for shunting staff and a flywheel booster set was fitted to provide power while negotiating gaps in the third rail.<br />While the cass 71s were a successful design a pure-electric locomotive is restricted to routes with electric power available. A new design of electric locomotive (later class 73) equiped with a low-power auxiliary diesel engine provided a far more flexible locomotive able to work away from the third rail for extended periods. The class 71s locomotives were withdrawn from service en-bloc at the end of 1977. One example, E5001, was retained for presevation as part of the national collection.</p>
Hornby OO BR E5022 Class 71 Southern Region Bo-Bo Electric Locomotive BR Green R3376
Hornby OO R3376 BR Class 71 E5022 BR Green

British Railways class 71 locomotives were built to provide electric locomotives for goods and non-electric (eg parcels) services across the third rail electrified areas of the former Southern Railway. Power was collected from the third rail aith an auxiliary pantograph fitted for use in yards, where the third  rail would be a hazard for shunting staff and a flywheel booster set was fitted to provide power while negotiating gaps in the third rail.
While the cass 71s were a successful design a pure-electric locomotive is restricted to routes with electric power available. A new design of electric locomotive (later class 73) equiped with a low-power auxiliary diesel engine provided a far more flexible locomotive able to work away from the third rail for extended periods. The class 71s locomotives were withdrawn from service en-bloc at the end of 1977. One example, E5001, was retained for presevation as part of the national collection.

£129.99
MRP £170.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #42375)
Hornby Railways R3414 OO Gauge LNER 5444 J15 Class ex-GER 0-6-0 Small Goods Engine LNER Black
<p>Dimensions - Length 218mm.</p>
<p>A detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engine finished as LNER 5444 in plain black livery.</p>
<p>DCC Type: DCC Ready</p>
Hornby Railways R3414 OO Gauge LNER 5444 J15 Class ex-GER 0-6-0 Small Goods Engine LNER Black

Dimensions - Length 218mm.

A detailed model of the LNER class J15 0-6-0 goods engine finished as LNER 5444 in plain black livery.

DCC Type: DCC Ready

£90.00
MRP £127.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #63076)
Detailed model of Lord Nelson class express passenger steam locomotive British Railways number 30863 Lord Rodney.<br />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.
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.
£135.99
MRP £169.99
Website: 1
(Product Ref #103469)
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