Steam locomotives were used by British Railways over the period 1948 to 1968. The vast majority were inherited from the "Big Four" railway companies nationalised at the end of 1947. In addition, BR built 2537 steam locomotives up to 1960, 1538 to pre-nationalisation designs and 999 to its own standard designs. These locomotives had short lives, some as little as five years against a design life of over 30 years, because of the decision to end the use of steam traction by 1968.

A detailed model of the BR class 7 express passenger pacific type locomotives, known as the Britannia from the first built example 70000 Britannia which is now preserved.

This model recreated 70006 named after the Scots poet Robert Burns.

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A detailed model of the BR class 7 express passenger pacific type locomotives, known as the Britannia from the first built example 70000 Britannia which is now preserved.

This model recreated 70009 named after the Saxon king of Wessex Alfred the Great.

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A detailed model of the BR class 7 express passenger pacific type locomotives, known as the Britannia from the first built example 70000 Britannia which is now preserved.

This model recreates 70015 named Apollo.

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A detailed model of the BR class 7 express passenger pacific type locomotives, known as the Britannia class from the first built example 70000 Britannia which is now preserved.

This model recreates class leader 70000 Britannia.

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Dapol ND095B model of BR standard Britannia class 7 4-6-2 pacific type express passenger locomotive 70013 Oliver Cromwell. This locomotive took part in the official Farewell To Steam railtour programme in 1968 and has been preserved as part of the national collection. 70013 has been returned to service hauling tour trains on the national network in recent years.

This detailed N gauge model presents 70013 Oliver Cromwell in the BR express passenger lined green livery.

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Graham Farish N BR 73158 Standard Class 5MT 4-6-0 Lined Black Late Crest BR1B Tender 372-726
A new model of the BR standard class 5MT mixed traffic 4-6-0 locomotive.

These were the BR standard version of the useful and flexible class 5 locomotives developed by the 'big four' companies, incorporating the best features of the Black 5, B1 and Hall classes, along with the standardised fittings and locomotive layout.

These 5MT locomotives were capable of undretaking a wide range of duties. Powerful enough to haul express passenger trains and fast goods trains the type were often found working trains which used secondary routes, where larger locomotives were prohibited.

This model of 73158 is paired with a BR1B type tender and finished in the BR lined black livery with later lion holding wheel crest.
DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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Bachmann Graham Farish N gauge 372-653 BR standard class 4MT 2-6-0 mogul 76079.

Highly detailed model, based on the design work done to create the OO version.
The BR standard 4MT 2-6-0 mogul possible best displays the utilitarian design intentions for these locomotives, the high-set footplate being entirely clear of the wheels. This allowed easy access to all of the moving parts for both routine oiling and when heavier maintance was required.

76079 painted in BR lined black livery with early emblem and BR2 tender.

Era 4 1948-1956. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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A detailed model of the BR standard class 4MT 2-6-0 mogul equiped with the large Stanier-style BR1B tender. These tenders were fitted to locomotives working in areas with more limited water supply and locomotive tenders needed to hold more water to complete longer runs between stops, for example on the Southern region where there were no water troughs.

Equiped with a tender drive mechanism to provide plenty of power the locomotive body is highly detailed with many separately fitted detail parts and the lack of a motor allows the clear daylight area under the boilder to be replicated.

76063 with high-sided BR1B tender painted in the BR lined black livery with later crest.
Era 5 1957-1966. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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Graham Farish N BR 80027 Class 2-6-4 Tank Lined Black Early Emblem 372-535
An excellent model of the BR class 4MT 2-6-4 tenak engine. One of the most popular of the standard designs the 4MT tank replaced many elderly locomotives during the 1950s. The new locomotive was capable of running fast suburban passenger trains and, with large water tanks, able to undertake longer cross-country services.
80027 painted in the early BR lined black livery with lion over wheel emblem.
Era 4. DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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An excellent model of the BR class 4MT 2-6-4 tank engine. One of the most popular of the standard designs the 4MT tank replaced many elderly locomotives during the 1950s. The new locomotive was capable of running fast suburban passenger trains and, with large water tanks, able to undertake longer cross-country services.

80119 painted in the late BR black livery with lion and wheel crest.

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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 372-330 BR 82028 Standard Class 3MT 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive Model. British Railways Lined Black Early Emblem

An excellent model of the BR standard 3MT 2-6-2 tank locomotives were designed to fill the slot between the smaller class 2 tank engines and larger tender engines

Chassis incorporates a 6-pin DCC decoder socket

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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 372-331 BR 82020 Standard Class 3MT 2-6-2 Tank Locomotive Model. British Railways Plain Green Late Crest.

A detailed model of the BR standard class 3MT 2-6-2 prairie tank engine.
These powerful and free running engines could easily be driven in either direction, ideal for branch lines .

The Graham Farish model is a finely detailed replica of these engines with a mechanism delivering enough power for realistic trains to be hauled and many separately fitted detailing parts replicating the control rods and pipes needed to keep a steam engine running smoothly.

82020 is modelled in the post 1957 style, this Western region allocated locomotive receiving a plain green livery at the hands of GWR partisans together with the later style lion and wheel crest.
Era 5. NEM coupler pockets. DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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A new N gauge model of the WD austerity 2-8-0 heavy goods locomotive.

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.

This model of 90732 carries the name Vulcan and is painted in the BR plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblem.

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

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Bachmann Graham Farish N Gauge 372-425A BR 90441 WD Austerity Class 2-8-0 BR Black Early Emblem Weathered Finish

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.

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

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