Great Western Railway Locomotives

Locomotives built by the Great Western Railway. Includes BR era models. Eras 3-5

Detailed model of the GWRs large 94xx class 0-6-0 pannier tank engines. Larger than the earlier 57xx class the 94xx was considerably more powerful and a capable replacement for the small 0-6-0 tender engines built at the start of the 20th century.
This model of the British Railways locomotive 9463 finished in plain black livery with the later lion holding wheel crest.

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Highly detailed model of the GWR Churchward designed 43xx class 2-6-0 mogul locomotives, a class of over 300 engines which were used throughout the GWR system hauling secondary passenger and express freight services. The Dapol model features a fully detailed cab interior plus cab, buffers, steam pipes and other fittings appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
GWR early type 43xx number 5350 finished in green livery lettered GREAT WESTERN.

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Highly detailed model of the GWR Churchward designed 43xx class 2-6-0 mogul locomotives, a class of over 300 engines which were used throughout the GWR system hauling secondary passenger and express freight services. The Dapol model features a fully detailed cab interior plus cab, buffers, steam pipes and other fittings appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
Model of one of the early 43xx moguls number 4377 finished in post 1934 GWR livery with shirtbutton monogram logo.

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Highly detailed model of the GWR Churchward designed 43xx class 2-6-0 mogul locomotives, a class of over 300 engines which were used throughout the GWR system hauling secondary passenger and express freight services. The Dapol model features a fully detailed cab interior plus cab, buffers, steam pipes and other fittings appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
GWR early type 43xx number 5320 finished in green livery with post WW2 G W R lettering.
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Highly detailed model of the GWR Churchward designed 43xx class 2-6-0 mogul locomotives, a class of over 300 engines which were used throughout the GWR system hauling secondary passenger and express freight services. The Dapol model features a fully detailed cab interior plus cab, buffers, steam pipes and other fittings appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
Early type GWR 43xx mogul number 5377 finished in British Railways plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
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Highly detailed model of the GWR Churchward designed 43xx class 2-6-0 mogul locomotives, a class of over 300 engines which were used throughout the GWR system hauling secondary passenger and express freight services. The Dapol model features a fully detailed cab interior plus cab, buffers, steam pipes and other fittings appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
Early type GWR 43xx mogul number 4358 finished in British Railways lined green livery with the early lion over wheel emblem.
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Model of Hawksworth design GWR 15xx class 0-6-0PT pannier tank locomotive 1500 finished in plain black livery with early British Railways lion over wheel emblems.
DCC Ready with socket for Next18 decoder.
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Model of Hawksworth design GWR 15xx class 0-6-0PT pannier tank locomotive 1505 finished in lined black livery with early British Railways lion over wheel emblems and red back number plates. Old Oak Common shed painted a number of their pannier tanks in this very smart looking lined black livery as after taking in empty trains the engine would be waiting at the buffer stops in Paddington station as the passengers boarded.
DCC Ready with socket for Next18 decoder.
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Detailed model of GWR Manor class 4-6-0 locomotive 7801 Anthony Manor finished in 1930s Great Western green livery with 'shirtbutton' monogram logos.
This high specification model has many locomotive and period specific details recreated for 7801 this includes the original GWR pattern chimney and flush-riveted tender. This represents the locomotive in as built condition when sent to Bristol Bath Road shed in 1938.
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Detailed model of GWR Manor class 4-6-0 locomotive 7810 Draycott Manor finished in early British Railways lined green livery with lion over wheel emblem.
This high specification model has many locomotive and period specific details recreated for 7810 this includes a later, slimmer chimney and tender with visible rivet lines. This represents the locomotive as running from Gloucester Horton Road shed in the early 1950s and later on the Cambrian section.
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Detailed model of GWR Manor class 4-6-0 locomotive 7814 Fringford Manor finished in early British Railways plain black livery with large size lion over wheel emblem.
This high specification model has many locomotive and period specific details recreated for 7814 this includes an original pattern GWR chimney and tender with visible rivet lines. This represents the locomotive as running in the early 1950s in Devon and Cornwall, serving from Plymouth Laira, Truro and Newton Abbot sheds.
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Detailed model of GWR Manor class 4-6-0 locomotive 7819 Hinton Manor, another of the well-known preserved members of the class, finished in post WW2 Great Western mixed traffic green livery with tender lettered G W R.
This high specification model has many locomotive and period specific details recreated for 7819 this includes the original GWR pattern chimney and flush-riveted tender. This represents the locomotive as running in the post-WW2 period, 7819 being allocated to Oswestry shed for Cambrian route services from 1943.
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Detailed model of GWR Manor class 4-6-0 locomotive 7824 Ilford Manor finished in early British Railways plain black livery with large size lion over wheel emblem.
This high specification model has many locomotive and period specific details recreated for 7824 this includes the later, slimmer chimney and flush-riveted tender. This represents the locomotive as running in the early 1950s 7824 being sent new to Worcester before moving to the Devon & Cornwall area based at Plymouth Laira shed.
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This Oxford Rail OO gauge GWR Dean Goods 0-6-0 Locomotive in War Department livery was used overseas
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Oxford Rail GOR76DG010 1/76th OO Gauge GWR 2534 Dean Goods 0-6-0 GWR Green
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4074 'Caldicot Castle' was the second of the class to be built, again as a bespoke example following on from 4073 'Caerphilly Castle' some four months later. The locomotive would play a part in the LNER exchange trials, when the A1 Pacific 4474 'Victor Wild' was compared to it on GWR rails. The locomotive would pass into BR service while retaining its 4074 running number before being withdrawn in May of 1963. The locomotive would not become one of the eight preserved.

The Hornby Castle class is fitted with a five pole motor and simple mechanism resulting in fantastic performance. DCC users are catered for via an 8 pin socket inside the tender with space for a speaker to be fitted. This model features special packaging as part of its position in the celebration of the centenary of the Grouping Act coming into affect, resulting in the start of the 'Big Four' era.

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4073 Caerphilly Castle was the first of the Class to be built and was a bespoke example, not a rebuild of a Star Class. The locomotive was built in August of 1923 and would go on to serve into BR days finally being withdrawn in May 1960 making it one of the earliest seven of the class to be withdrawn. As the first of the class, the locomotive has been preserved and can be found on display at Swindon Steam Museum, close to where it was built some 100 years ago.

The Hornby Castle class is fitted with a five pole motor and simple mechanism resulting in fantastic performance. DCC users are catered for via an 8 pin socket inside the tender with space for a speaker to be fitted.

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Built at Swindon Works under Lot No. 278 in January 1933, Diagram A10 Class 6100 'Large Prairie' No. 6147 entered traffic with the London Division, remaining there until 3 December 1960. From London, 6147 was moved to Bristol, first at St. Philips Marsh and then at Bristol Barrow Road, before moving to Westbury in November 1963 and the locomotive ended its working life at 85A Worcester Shed in January 1966, having moved there in January 1964.
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Bachmannn Branchline OO Gauge 32-002A BR 4971 Stanway Hall ex-GWR Collett Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Black Early Emblem Weathered

Highly detailed model of the early Collett 49xx Hall class locomotive. Featuring a wealth of finely moulded detail and many separately fitted parts including the ejector pipe and sand box operating rods. The BR black livery has a semi-matt finish with nicely printed cab side and tender lining and early style BR crest.
£159.95
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The 45xx class 2-6-2 prairie tank engines formed the backbone of the GWR branchline motive power fleet. These were surprisingly powerful locomotives, later classified 3MT by BR, easily capable of hauling branchline-sized passenger and goods trains.

Bachmanns' model is a well detailed replica of the class with good slow-running performance.

4571 is one of the original design locomotives with flat-topped side tanks painted British Railways lined green livery with early emblems.

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Detailed model of the GWRs large 94xx class 0-6-0 pannier tank engines. Larger than the earlier 57xx class the 94xx was considerably more powerful and a capable replacement for the small 0-6-0 tender engines built at the start of the 20th century.
This model of the preserved and operational 9466 is finished in the post-WW2 GWR green livery. Having served just 12 years for BR by 2000 9466 had joined the ranks of locomotives having worked more years in preservation than for BR and is currently expected to be working on the West Somerset Railway until the end of its' current certificate in 2025.
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Detailed model of the GWRs large 94xx class 0-6-0 pannier tank engines. Larger than the earlier 57xx class the 94xx was considerably more powerful and a capable replacement for the small 0-6-0 tender engines built at the start of the 20th century.
This model of the British Railways locomotive 9481 finished in plain black livery with red numberplate and early lion over wheel emblem.

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Following on from the success of the streamlined express railcar model Dapol are proceeding with development of tooling for the Gloucester-built streamlined parcels railcar number 17. Built in 1936 with the same body profiling as the passenger cars but without side windows and double luggage van doors at each end in addition to the centre door the car was intended for express parcels service. Number 17 ran until 1956 when new British Railways parcels single car DMU cars were entering service.
Currently at engineering prototype, production planned for Q2 2019.
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New and highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished 7819 Hinton Manor in British Railways plain black livery with large size lion over wheel emblems, as running from Chester shed in 1952. Model features Collet tapered buffers, original GWR pattern chimney, 43xx class driving wheels and a flush-riveted tender. This locomotive is preserved at the Severn Valley Railway.
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Highly detailed model of the GWR Churchward designed 43xx class 2-6-0 mogul locomotives, a class of over 300 engines which were used throughout the GWR system hauling secondary passenger and express freight services. The Dapol model features a fully detailed cab interior plus cab, buffers, steam pipes and other fittings appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
Model of one of the early 43xx moguls, number 4321, finished in pre WW1 era GWR livery lettered GREAT WESTERN with the company crest between the words.

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Highly detailed model of the GWR Churchward designed 43xx class 2-6-0 mogul locomotives, a class of over 300 engines which were used throughout the GWR system hauling secondary passenger and express freight services. The Dapol model features a fully detailed cab interior plus cab, buffers, steam pipes and other fittings appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
Early type GWR 43xx mogul number 5370 finished in British Railways mixed traffic lined black livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
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Highly detailed model of the GWR Churchward designed 43xx class 2-6-0 mogul locomotives, a class of over 300 engines which were used throughout the GWR system hauling secondary passenger and express freight services. The Dapol model features a fully detailed cab interior plus cab, buffers, steam pipes and other fittings appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
Early type GWR 43xx mogul number 5330 finished in British Railways lined green livery with later lion holding wheel crest.
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Model of Hawksworth design GWR 15xx class 0-6-0PT pannier tank locomotive 1501 finished in lined black livery with the later British Railways lion holding  wheel heraldic crests. This one of the liveries carried by 1501 since restoration for passenger service on the Severn Valley Railway, the lined black looking far more aesthetically pleasing than the plain alternative.
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£220.00
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Detailed model of preserved GWR Manor class 4-6-0 locomotive 7808 Cookham Manor finished in 1930s Great Western green livery with 'shirtbutton' monogram logos.
This high specification model has many locomotive and period specific details recreated for 7808 this includes the later, slimmer chimney and tender with visible rivet lines. This represents the locomotive as preserved, 7808 being purchased direct from British Railways for the Great Western Society collection, now based at Didcot locomotive shed.
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Built at Swindon Works under Lot No. 259 during April 1931, Diagram A9 Class 5101 'Large Prairie' No. 5189 entered traffic with the Wolverhampton Division, with all bar fifteen of the 5101 fleet of ‘Large Prairies’ forming the mainstay of the suburban passenger services until the early 1940s. On entering service with British Railways in 1948, 5189 was allocated to Stourbridge Junction, from where it would have mainly worked local services towards Birmingham, but the locomotive was one of the earlier withdrawals from traffic due to increasing use of Diesel units, being withdrawn at the end of August 1959.
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Former LB&SCR A1X class 'Terrier' 0-6-0 tank engine 43 Gipsyhill built in 1877 was sold to the Weston Clevedon & Portishead Light Railway in December 1925 and named Portishead. Following the closure of the WCPR line ownership of 'Portishead' was transferred to the GWR in lieu of debts owed and was received GWR number 5, retaining its name and serving until withdrawn in 1954.
This pack includes Hornby's nicely detailed model of the Terrier engine finished as GWR number 5 Portishead along with a train of three of the new GWR 4 wheel coaches, full brake No.1406, brake Third No.317 & first class No.140.
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Detailed model of GWR diesel railcar number 34, the dedicated express parcels car built to the Swindon razor-edge design.
Heljan are producing this unique Express Parcels car in three versions covering GWR and BR service. Heljan have advisd that due to the niche nature of this vehicle limited quantities are being produced and it is unlikely to be released again in the near future.
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Detailed model of GWR Swindon razor-edge design railcar number 22, as preserved by the Great Western Society at Didcot MPD,
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New and highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished as 7818 Granville Manor as originally built in late 1930s GWR green livery with shirtbutton monogram logo.
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Highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished as 7806 Cockington Manor in late GWR green livery lettered G W R.
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New and highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished as British Railways built 7821 Ditcheat Manor in BR mixed traffic lined black livery with British Railways lion over wheel emblem.
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New and highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished as British Railways built 7821 Ditcheat Manor in BR mixed traffic lined black livery with British Railways lion over wheel emblem.
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One of the British Railways built manor class engines 7821 Ditcheat Manor was purchased from the Barry scrapyard by businessman Ken Ryder and returned to service on the Llangollen Railway. Sold to the West Somerset Railway Association in 2007 in recent years 7821 has been the resident engine at the Swindon Designer Outlet shopping centre.
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New and highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished British Railways built 7822 Foxcote Manor in British Railways plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblems.

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New and highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished 7819 Hinton Manor in British Railways plain black livery with large size lion over wheel emblems, as running from Chester shed in 1952. Model features Collet tapered buffers, original GWR pattern chimney, 43xx class driving wheels and a flush-riveted tender. This locomotive is preserved and has been based on the Llangollen and West Somerset Railways, but is currently out of service due to defects developing in the currently fitted 1939 built boiler.
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New and highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished as 7817 Garsington Manor in BR lined green livery with later British Railways lion holding wheel crests.
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New and highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished as 7802 Bradley Manor in British Railways lined green livery with late lion holding wheel crests.
Supplied with optional etched Cambrian Coast Express headboard
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New and highly detailed model of the GWR 78xx Manor class of 'light' 4-6-0 locomotives produced by CB Collett in the 1930s for service on routes where the Hall class was prohibited.
Model finished as 7802 Bradley Manor in British Railways lined green livery with late lion holding wheel crests.
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The second manor class engine to be returned to service in 1993 by the Erlestoke Manor Fund 7802 Bradley Manor is normally based on the Severn Valley Railway but has visited many other heritage railways.
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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates GWR number 4806 in early 1930s condition finished in GWR green lettered GREAT WESTERN.
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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates GWR number 4806 in early 1930s condition finished in GWR green lettered GREAT WESTERN. Factory fitted DCC sound.
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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates GWR number 4820 in early 1930s condition finished in GWR green lettered GREAT WESTERN.
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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates GWR number 4820 in early 1930s condition finished in GWR green lettered GREAT WESTERN. DCC sound factory fitted.
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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates GWR number 4871, one of the 1936 built locomotives finished in GWR green with the shirtbutton monogram used from 1934.
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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates GWR number 4871, one of the 1936 built locomotives finished in GWR green with the shirtbutton monogram used from 1934. Factory fitted DCC sound.
£250.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates GWR number 4870 finished in post WW2 GWR green lettered G W R.
£140.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates GWR number 4870 finished in post WW2 GWR green lettered G W R. Factory fitted DCC sound.
£250.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates British Railways number 1405 finished in the initial BR plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
£140.00

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(Product Ref 125061)
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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates British Railways number 1405 finished in the initial BR plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblem. DCC sound factory fitted.
£250.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates British Railways number 1444 finished in lined green livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
£140.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates British Railways number 1444 finished in lined green livery with early lion over wheel emblem. Factory fitted DCC sound.
£250.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates British Railways number 1426 finished in lined green livery with the later lion holding wheel crest.
£140.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates British Railways number 1426 finished in lined green livery with the later lion holding wheel crest. Factory fitted DCC sound.
£250.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates British Railways number 1401 as this engine appeared in the Titfield Thunderbolt film (1953) in BR black livery with the outlines of the painted-over letters G W R still visible through the paint.
£140.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates British Railways number 1401 as this engine appeared in the Titfield Thunderbolt film (1953) in BR black livery with the outlines of the painted-over letters G W R still visible through the paint. Factory fitted DCC sound.
£250.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates non-auto fitted 5800 class locomotive 5811 in as-built 1930s condition finished in GWR green lettered GREAT WESTERN.
£140.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates non-auto fitted 5800 class locomotive 5811 in as-built 1930s condition finished in GWR green lettered GREAT WESTERN. Factory fitted DCC sound.
£250.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates non-auto fitted 5800 class locomotive 5819 in 1950s condition finished in British Railways plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
£140.00

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Designed by C B Collett in the early 1930s for auto train services the 48xx class was based closely on the Armstrong 517 class 0-4-2Ts which had proved highly capable on these duties. The new engines were an updated design, incorporating all the updates done on the 517s and a more modern, higher pressure boiler. 75 engines were built equipped with auto gear for working with trailer cars, with an extra 20 non-auto engines of the 58xx class. Post-war the 48xx class engines were renumbered into the 14xx series.
This model replicates non-auto fitted 5800 class locomotive 5819 in 1950s condition finished in British Railways plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblem. Factory fitted DCC sound.
£250.00

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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as locomotive number 2831, completed in 1911, in the GWR lined green livery. We expect this to be the pre-WW1 era livery, the locomotive fitted with taper buffers, inside steam pipe cylinder block, extensive lining and garter crests. (Details TBC).
£161.50
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as locomotive number 2831, completed in 1911, in the GWR lined green livery. We expect this to be the pre-WW1 era livery, the locomotive fitted with taper buffers, inside steam pipe cylinder block, extensive lining and garter crests. (Details TBC).
DCC sound fitted model.
£254.99
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(Product Ref 122168)
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as locomotive number 2804 in the GWR green livery, we anticipate this as lettered GREAT WESTERN. (TO BE CONFIRMED)
Dapol's first new article list two models 'Great Western Green', we are expecting this to be one in original condition with inside steam pipes and the other with replacement outside steam pipe cylinders.
£161.50
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(Product Ref 122162)
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as locomotive number 2804 in the GWR green livery, we anticipate this as lettered GREAT WESTERN. (TO BE CONFIRMED)
Dapol's first new article list two models 'Great Western Green', we are expecting this to be one in original condition with inside steam pipes and the other with replacement outside steam pipe cylinders.
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£254.99
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as locomotive number 2854 in the GWR green livery, we anticipate this as lettered GREAT WESTERN. (TO BE CONFIRMED)
Dapol's first new article list two models 'Great Western Green', we are expecting this to be one in original condition with inside steam pipes and the other with replacement outside steam pipe cylinders.
£161.50
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as locomotive number 2854 in the GWR green livery, we anticipate this as lettered GREAT WESTERN. (TO BE CONFIRMED)
Dapol's first new article list two models 'Great Western Green', we are expecting this to be one in original condition with inside steam pipes and the other with replacement outside steam pipe cylinders.
DCC sound fitted model.
£254.99
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(Product Ref 122171)
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished the first of the Collett serie,s locomotive number 2884 in as-built GWR green with shirtbutton monogram.
£161.50
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(Product Ref 122164)
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished the first of the Collett serie,s locomotive number 2884 in as-built GWR green with shirtbutton monogram.
DCC sound fitted model.
£254.99
MRP £299.99

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(Product Ref 122172)
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as Collett 2884 type locomotive number 3819 in GWR green livery. We expect this to be the post WW2 livery lettered G W R. (Details TBC).
£161.50
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(Product Ref 122165)
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as Collett 2884 type locomotive number 3819 in GWR green livery. We expect this to be the post WW2 livery lettered G W R. (Details TBC).
DCC sound fitted model.
£254.99
MRP £299.99

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(Product Ref 122173)
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as Collett 2884 type locomotive number 3802 in British Railways black livery with early lion over wheel emblems.
3802 is preserved at the Llangollen Railway.
£161.50
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as Collett 2884 type locomotive number 3802 in British Railways black livery with early lion over wheel emblems.
3802 is preserved at the Llangollen Railway.
DCC sound fitted model.
£254.99
MRP £299.99

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(Product Ref 122174)
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as locomotive number 2851 in British Railways black livery with later lion holding wheel crests. (Details TBC).
£161.50
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(Product Ref 122167)
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Release planned for Winter 2024/25.
A new model of the GWRs 28xx class heavy goods 2-8-0 locomotives designed by G J Churchward, these models will incorporate many features from the Dapol 43xx mogul and 78xx Manor class models, including compensated chassis, cam mechanism for leading truck, conductive close-coupling tender drawbar and smokebox DCC and speaker fitting. The bodyshell tooling is designed to allow for both the Churchward 28xx and Collett 2884 type engines with full backhead detailing, straight or curved footplate, inside or outside steam pipe cylinders, alternative smokebox doors, tapered or parallel shank buffers and original or revised style motion support brackets.
This model is finished as locomotive number 2851 in British Railways black livery with later lion holding wheel crests. (Details TBC).
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£254.99
MRP £299.99

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A highly detailed model of the 3100 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, as rebuilt under Collett in the 1930s to match the specifications of the later 6100 class.
These engines were the original Churchward design 5100 (later 3100) class built in 1905/6 with square frames from which the later and more familiar Collett 5101 class (introduced 1929) were developed. The Churchward engines were rebuilt in 1938/9 and equipped with the higher pressure boilers of the 61xx class.
This model of 3146 recreates this square-framed engine as running in the 1930s lettered GREAT WESTERN.
£129.20
MRP £152.00

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A highly detailed model of the 3100 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, as rebuilt under Collett in the 1930s to match the specifications of the later 6100 class.
These engines were the original Churchward design 5100 (later 3100) class built in 1905/6 with square frames from which the later and more familiar Collett 5101 class (introduced 1929) were developed. The Churchward engines were rebuilt in 1938/9 and equipped with the higher pressure boilers of the 61xx class.
This model of 3146 recreates this square-framed engine as running in the 1930s lettered GREAT WESTERN.
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£218.25
MRP £291.00

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A highly detailed model of the 3100 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, as rebuilt under Collett in the 1930s to match the specifications of the later 6100 class.
These engines were the original Churchward design 5100 (later 3100) class built in 1905/6 with square frames from which the later and more familiar Collett 5101 class (introduced 1929) were developed. The Churchward engines were rebuilt in 1938/9 and equipped with the higher pressure boilers of the 61xx class.
This model of 3131 recreates this square-framed engine as running in the 1930s lettered GREAT WESTERN.
£129.20
MRP £152.00

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A highly detailed model of the 3100 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, as rebuilt under Collett in the 1930s to match the specifications of the later 6100 class.
These engines were the original Churchward design 5100 (later 3100) class built in 1905/6 with square frames from which the later and more familiar Collett 5101 class (introduced 1929) were developed. The Churchward engines were rebuilt in 1938/9 and equipped with the higher pressure boilers of the 61xx class.
This model of 3131 recreates this square-framed engine as running in the 1930s lettered GREAT WESTERN.
DCC Sound fitted model.
£218.25
MRP £291.00

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A highly detailed model of the Collet 5101 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, a development of the earlier Chucrhward 31xx series which had proven highly effective locomotives for outer suburban services. The 5ft8in drivers of these engines allowed them to run freely at regular passenger train speeds and the growing 5101 class, 140 locomotives built between 1929 and 1949, quickly took over mainline stopping services and heavily loaded duties on many longer branch lines.
This model of 5134 recreates the appearance of this engine in the later 1930s with the GWR shirtbutton monogram logo.
£129.20
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A highly detailed model of the Collet 5101 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, a development of the earlier Chucrhward 31xx series which had proven highly effective locomotives for outer suburban services. The 5ft8in drivers of these engines allowed them to run freely at regular passenger train speeds and the growing 5101 class, 140 locomotives built between 1929 and 1949, quickly took over mainline stopping services and heavily loaded duties on many longer branch lines.
This model of 5134 recreates the appearance of this engine in the later 1930s with the GWR shirtbutton monogram logo.
DCC Sound fitted model.
£218.25
MRP £291.00

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A highly detailed model of the Collet 5101 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, a development of the earlier Chucrhward 31xx series which had proven highly effective locomotives for outer suburban services. The 5ft8in drivers of these engines allowed them to run freely at regular passenger train speeds and the growing 5101 class, 140 locomotives built between 1929 and 1949, quickly took over mainline stopping services and heavily loaded duties on many longer branch lines.
This model of 5132 recreates the appearance of this engine after WW2, finished in mid-chrome green and carrying the letters G W R.
£129.20
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A highly detailed model of the Collet 5101 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, a development of the earlier Chucrhward 31xx series which had proven highly effective locomotives for outer suburban services. The 5ft8in drivers of these engines allowed them to run freely at regular passenger train speeds and the growing 5101 class, 140 locomotives built between 1929 and 1949, quickly took over mainline stopping services and heavily loaded duties on many longer branch lines.
This model of 5132 recreates the appearance of this engine after WW2, finished in mid-chrome green and carrying the letters G W R.
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£218.25
MRP £291.00

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A highly detailed model of the Collet 5101 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, a development of the earlier Chucrhward 31xx series which had proven highly effective locomotives for outer suburban services. The 5ft8in drivers of these engines allowed them to run freely at regular passenger train speeds and the growing 5101 class, 140 locomotives built between 1929 and 1949, quickly took over mainline stopping services and heavily loaded duties on many longer branch lines.
This model of 5144 recreates the appearance of this engine in the first years after nationalisation, finished in GWR mid-chrome green and lettered BRITISH RAILWAYS.
£129.20
MRP £152.00

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A highly detailed model of the Collet 5101 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, a development of the earlier Chucrhward 31xx series which had proven highly effective locomotives for outer suburban services. The 5ft8in drivers of these engines allowed them to run freely at regular passenger train speeds and the growing 5101 class, 140 locomotives built between 1929 and 1949, quickly took over mainline stopping services and heavily loaded duties on many longer branch lines.
This model of 5144 recreates the appearance of this engine in the first years after nationalisation, finished in GWR mid-chrome green and lettered BRITISH RAILWAYS.
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£218.25
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While the 5101 class large prairies were proving highly capable engines the growth of 'suburbia' in the 1930s saw demand for rapid outer suburban services steadily increase. To meet the demands of this service in 1931 Collet ordered a batch of '5101' class locomotives with boilers constructed for 225 lbs psi pressure, bringing the nominal tractive effort up to 27,340 lbs, a respectable figure for a class 5 engine! These powerful 61xx class engines, nicknamed Tanner-Ones (sixpence-penny) quickly proved to be being able to accelerate their trains very rapidly, under favourable circumstances suburban crews could catch and pass a heavy express between stops along the GWRs quadrupled Paddington to Reading line.
After nationalisation some 61xx class engines were sent to 'country' sheds where their extra power was applied to the heaviest and most difficult branch line duties.
This model of 6153 is finished in early British Railways appearance, painted black with the early lion over wheel emblem.
£129.20
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While the 5101 class large prairies were proving highly capable engines the growth of 'suburbia' in the 1930s saw demand for rapid outer suburban services steadily increase. To meet the demands of this service Collet ordered a batch of '5101' class locomotives with boilers constructed for 225 lbs psi pressure, bringing the nominal tractive effort up to 27,340 lbs, a respectable figure for a class 5 engine! These powerful 61xx class engines, nicknamed Tanner-Ones (sixpence-penny) quickly proved to be being able to accelerate their trains very rapidly, under favourable circumstances suburban crews could catch and pass a heavy express between stops along the GWRs quadrupled Paddington to Reading line.
After nationalisation some 61xx class engines were sent to 'country' sheds where their extra power was applied to the heaviest and most difficult branch line duties.
This model of 6153 is finished in early British Railways appearance, painted black with the early lion over wheel emblem.
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£218.25
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In 1938 another experiment was tried with a batch of 5101 class large prairie locomotives with the driving wheel diameter reduced to 5ft6in, further increasing the nominal tractive effort to 28,000lbs and improving the acceleration capabilities to bolster the 61xx class engines. In daily service the advantages proved negligible, so just 10 locomotives were constructed and these were distributed around the GWR system, often being used as banking engines, though sharing duties with standard members of the 5101 class.
This model of 8101 is finished in the later British Railways green livery with lion holding wheel crests.
£129.20
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In 1938 another experiment was tried with a batch of 5101 class large prairie locomotives with the driving wheel diameter reduced to 5ft6in, further increasing the nominal tractive effort to 28,000lbs and improving the acceleration capabilities to bolster the 61xx class engines. In daily service the advantages proved negligible, so just 10 locomotives were constructed and these were distributed around the GWR system, often being used as banking engines, though sharing duties with standard members of the 5101 class.
This model of 8101 is finished in the later British Railways green livery with lion holding wheel crests.
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£218.25
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A highly detailed model of the Collet 5101 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, a development of the earlier Chucrhward 31xx series which had proven highly effective locomotives for outer suburban services. The 5ft8in drivers of these engines allowed them to run freely at regular passenger train speeds and the growing 5101 class, 140 locomotives built between 1929 and 1949, quickly took over mainline stopping services and heavily loaded duties on many longer branch lines.
This model of 5101 is modelled in later British Railways appearance finished in lined green livery with the later lion holding wheel crests.
£129.20
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A highly detailed model of the Collet 5101 class large prairie tank 2-6-2T locomotives, a development of the earlier Chucrhward 31xx series which had proven highly effective locomotives for outer suburban services. The 5ft8in drivers of these engines allowed them to run freely at regular passenger train speeds and the growing 5101 class, 140 locomotives built between 1929 and 1949, quickly took over mainline stopping services and heavily loaded duties on many longer branch lines.
This model of 5101 is modelled in later British Railways appearance finished in lined green livery with the later lion holding wheel crests.
DCC Sound fitted
£218.25
MRP £291.00

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Highly detailed model of the GWR Churchward designed 43xx class 2-6-0 mogul locomotives, a class of over 300 engines which were used throughout the GWR system hauling secondary passenger and express freight services. The Dapol model features a fully detailed cab interior plus cab, buffers, steam pipes and other fittings appropriate for each locomotive modelled.
This model replicates the preserved early type GWR 43xx mogul number 5322 which served with the War Department railways in France during WW1 painted in the then standard British Army khaki colour. 5322 has also carried this livery in preservation as a memorial to those who served.
£154.25
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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Model of GWR number 539 with 'half-cab' and straight-backed bunker finished in 1900-1906 livery style of GWR green with indian red frames and polished brass boiler fittings.
£140.00

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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Model of GWR number 539 with 'half-cab' and straight-backed bunker finished in 1900-1906 livery style of GWR green with indian red frames and polished brass boiler fittings. DCC sound factory fitted.
£250.00

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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Model of GWR number 524, listed by Dapol as 'lined chocolate brown' livery, possibly this corresponds to the GWRs' austere plain brown period 1908-1912.
£140.00

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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Model of GWR number 524, listed by Dapol as 'lined chocolate brown' livery, possibly this corresponds to the GWRs' austere plain brown period 1908-1912. DCC sound factory fitted.
£250.00

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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Model of GWR number 1158 finished in GWR green livery, with we expect the post-1906 black painted frames and number plate centered on the side tanks which made lettering difficult. This may be the style illustrated on number 523 below, so Details To Be Confirmed.
£140.00

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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Model of GWR number 1158 finished in GWR green livery, with we expect the post-1906 black painted frames and number plate centered on the side tanks which made lettering difficult. This may be the style illustrated on number 523 below, so Details To Be Confirmed. Factory-fitted DCC sound.
£250.00

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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Dapol's product launch images show GWR number 523 with enclosed cab and straight-backed bunker finished in post-1906 plain green livery with black frames. Listed by Dapol as lettered GREAT WESTERN the image from Dapol's announcement sheet may not be correct, so Details To Be Confirmed.
£140.00

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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Model of GWR number 523 with enclosed cab and straight-backed bunker finished in post-1906 plain green livery with black frames. Listed by Dapol as lettered GREAT WESTERN the image from Dapol's announcement sheet may not be correct, so Details To Be Confirmed. Factory-fitted DCC sound.
£250.00

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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Model of GWR number 1159 finished in the GWRs 1906-1934 livery style of plain green lettered GREAT WESTERN. We anticipate this will be per the photo of the final appearance of the 517 class engines with a Belpaire firebox boiler, enlarged Swindon style bunker, enclosed cab and number plate relocated to the cab side, freeing the tank sides for lettering.
£140.00

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Detailed model of the GWR 517 class 0-4-2T, recreating the class after 1900 with lengthened wheelbase, choice of open or enclosed cab and original or extended 'Swindon' style bunker. Designed by George Armstrong and built at Wolverhampton between 1868 and 1885 these engines were intended for branchline and local passenger service all across the GWR system. Many were modified for auto train pull-push working and proved so successful that the Collett 48xx class built in the 1930s to replace them was little more than a modernised version, with newer 517 boilers being modified to fit the new engines.
Model of GWR number 1159 finished in the GWRs 1906-1934 livery style of plain green lettered GREAT WESTERN. We anticipate this will be per the photo of the final appearance of the 517 class engines with the enlarged Swindon style bunker, enclosed cab and number plate relocated to the cab side, freeing the tank sides for lettering. DCC sound factory fitted.
£250.00

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Rapido Trains have announced new OO gauge models of the GWR Small Prairie classes are under development. The design work is covering all of the Small Prairie’ family, including 44xx 45xx and 4575 classes with the intent include key changes made to the engines throughout their lives as well as myriad smaller detail differences between batches. The models will feature a Next18 decoder socket, factory-fitted sound speaker and firebox flicker.
The 11 engines of the 44xx class, the prototype 'small prairie's, were introduced in 1904 with the 4ft 1½in diameter driving wheels. While ideal for steeply graded branch lines the wheel diameter proved rather small for fast running on mainline stopping train services, leading to the very similar 45xx class being built with the larger 4ft 7½in diameter wheels. All of the 44xx class were withdrawn by the end of 1955, 40-50 years being a typical design life for a steam locomotive.
Model finished as number 4400 in Great Western green livery lettered GREAT WESTERN.
£155.00
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Rapido Trains have announced new OO gauge models of the GWR Small Prairie classes are under development. The design work is covering all of the Small Prairie’ family, including 44xx 45xx and 4575 classes with the intent include key changes made to the engines throughout their lives as well as myriad smaller detail differences between batches. The models will feature a Next18 decoder socket, factory-fitted sound speaker and firebox flicker.
The 11 engines of the 44xx class, the prototype 'small prairie's, were introduced in 1904 with the 4ft 1½in diameter driving wheels. While ideal for steeply graded branch lines the wheel diameter proved rather small for fast running on mainline stopping train services, leading to the very similar 45xx class being built with the larger 4ft 7½in diameter wheels. All of the 44xx class were withdrawn by the end of 1955, 40-50 years being a typical design life for a steam locomotive.
Model finished as number 4408 in Great Western green livery lettered GREAT WESTERN.
£155.00
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Rapido Trains have announced new OO gauge models of the GWR Small Prairie classes are under development. The design work is covering all of the Small Prairie’ family, including 44xx 45xx and 4575 classes with the intent include key changes made to the engines throughout their lives as well as myriad smaller detail differences between batches. The models will feature a Next18 decoder socket, factory-fitted sound speaker and firebox flicker.
The 11 engines of the 44xx class, the prototype 'small prairie's, were introduced in 1904 with the 4ft 1½in diameter driving wheels. While ideal for steeply graded branch lines the wheel diameter proved rather small for fast running on mainline stopping train services, leading to the very similar 45xx class being built with the larger 4ft 7½in diameter wheels. All of the 44xx class were withdrawn by the end of 1955, 40-50 years being a typical design life for a steam locomotive.
Model finished as number 4402 in Great Western green livery with 1930s shirtbutton monogram logos.
£155.00
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Rapido Trains have announced new OO gauge models of the GWR Small Prairie classes are under development. The design work is covering all of the Small Prairie’ family, including 44xx 45xx and 4575 classes with the intent include key changes made to the engines throughout their lives as well as myriad smaller detail differences between batches. The models will feature a Next18 decoder socket, factory-fitted sound speaker and firebox flicker.
The 11 engines of the 44xx class, the prototype 'small prairie's, were introduced in 1904 with the 4ft 1½in diameter driving wheels. While ideal for steeply graded branch lines the wheel diameter proved rather small for fast running on mainline stopping train services, leading to the very similar 45xx class being built with the larger 4ft 7½in diameter wheels. All of the 44xx class were withdrawn by the end of 1955, 40-50 years being a typical design life for a steam locomotive.
Model finished as number 4406 in post-WW2 Great Western green livery lettered G W R.
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Rapido Trains have announced new OO gauge models of the GWR Small Prairie classes are under development. The design work is covering all of the Small Prairie’ family, including 44xx 45xx and 4575 classes with the intent include key changes made to the engines throughout their lives as well as myriad smaller detail differences between batches. The models will feature a Next18 decoder socket, factory-fitted sound speaker and firebox flicker.
The 11 engines of the 44xx class, the prototype 'small prairie's, were introduced in 1904 with the 4ft 1½in diameter driving wheels. While ideal for steeply graded branch lines the wheel diameter proved rather small for fast running on mainline stopping train services, leading to the very similar 45xx class being built with the larger 4ft 7½in diameter wheels. All of the 44xx class were withdrawn by the end of 1955, 40-50 years being a typical design life for a steam locomotive.
Model finished as number 4404 in Great Western green livery lettered BRITISH RAILWAYS using the GWRs lettering style.
£155.00
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Rapido Trains have announced new OO gauge models of the GWR Small Prairie classes are under development. The design work is covering all of the Small Prairie’ family, including 44xx 45xx and 4575 classes with the intent include key changes made to the engines throughout their lives as well as myriad smaller detail differences between batches. The models will feature a Next18 decoder socket, factory-fitted sound speaker and firebox flicker.
The 11 engines of the 44xx class, the prototype 'small prairie's, were introduced in 1904 with the 4ft 1½in diameter driving wheels. While ideal for steeply graded branch lines the wheel diameter proved rather small for fast running on mainline stopping train services, leading to the very similar 45xx class being built with the larger 4ft 7½in diameter wheels. All of the 44xx class were withdrawn by the end of 1955, 40-50 years being a typical design life for a steam locomotive.
Model finished as number 4409 in British Railways lined black livery lettered BRITISH RAILWAYS in the simple sans-serif lettering.
£155.00
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Rapido Trains have announced new OO gauge models of the GWR Small Prairie classes are under development. The design work is covering all of the Small Prairie’ family, including 44xx 45xx and 4575 classes with the intent include key changes made to the engines throughout their lives as well as myriad smaller detail differences between batches. The models will feature a Next18 decoder socket, factory-fitted sound speaker and firebox flicker.
The 11 engines of the 44xx class, the prototype 'small prairie's, were introduced in 1904 with the 4ft 1½in diameter driving wheels. While ideal for steeply graded branch lines the wheel diameter proved rather small for fast running on mainline stopping train services, leading to the very similar 45xx class being built with the larger 4ft 7½in diameter wheels. All of the 44xx class were withdrawn by the end of 1955, 40-50 years being a typical design life for a steam locomotive.
Model finished as number 4406 in British Railways lined black livery with early lion over wheel emblems.
£155.00
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Rapido Trains have announced new OO gauge models of the GWR Small Prairie classes are under development. The design work is covering all of the Small Prairie’ family, including 44xx 45xx and 4575 classes with the intent include key changes made to the engines throughout their lives as well as myriad smaller detail differences between batches. The models will feature a Next18 decoder socket, factory-fitted sound speaker and firebox flicker.
The 11 engines of the 44xx class, the prototype 'small prairie's, were introduced in 1904 with the 4ft 1½in diameter driving wheels. While ideal for steeply graded branch lines the wheel diameter proved rather small for fast running on mainline stopping train services, leading to the very similar 45xx class being built with the larger 4ft 7½in diameter wheels. All of the 44xx class were withdrawn by the end of 1955, 40-50 years being a typical design life for a steam locomotive.
Model finished as number 4401 in British Railways plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblems.
£155.00
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Detailed model of the GWRs diagram N19 10 ton capacity steel bodied locomotive coal wagons. These wagons were built from 1913 and being of all-metal construction lasted until the end of steam. These smaller capacity loco coal wagons were frequently used to supply small branchline sheds where the 10 tons of coal might last for an entire week, making these ideal for small GWR layouts.
This model is finished as wagon number 9916 in GWR dark grey livery with small post-1936 lettering.
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5754 was the 4th member of the 57xx class to be built at Swindon. Outshopped in 1929, the locomotive represents a standard pannier from this early period. New to Old Oak Common shed and not relocating until the war years, it lasted just over 30 years in service. 5754 was withdrawn from Stourbridge shed and scrapped in 1960.

Features: No top feed, early style cab handrails, no bunker steps, Injector overflow routed through running plate.
Planned for release Spring 2025.
£139.99

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A vibrant GWR green livery is applied on this regal model, suited to the King Class of locomotives, along with its coupled tender lettered GREAT WESTERN flanking the crests of the cities of London and Bristol. Two etched nameplates of ‘King Stephen’ can be applied to the chassis, just above the wheel. Please be aware that this is not suitable for children. This model is DCC-ready and is compatible with our HM7000 21-Pin decoder. The accessory bag contains a vac pipe, a bar coupling, a hook coupling, two cylinder draincocks, a brake rod and a tender brake rod.
DCC ready with 21 pin decoder connection.
£206.99
MRP £229.99

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Detailed model of the GWR King class express passenger locomotives finished as British Railways 6009 King Charles II in lined green livery with the later lion holding wheel crests.
Two etched nameplates of ‘King Charles II’ can be applied to the chassis, just above the wheel. Please be aware that this is not suitable for children. This model is DCC-ready and is compatible with our HM7000 21-pin decoder. The accessory bag contains a vac pipe, a bar coupling, a hook coupling, two cylinder draincocks, a brake rod and a tender brake rod.
DCC ready with 21 pin decoder connection.
£206.99
MRP £229.99

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In 1923, the railways in the UK were rationalised into four big companies - the grouping. The GWR remained almost unchanged and locomotive development unaffected. Dean at the beginning of the 20th century, then Churchward, Collett and Hawksworth were Chief Mechanical Engineers who developed the GWR loco with its unique style. On nationalisation in 1947 GWR loco's were the only ones to retain their pre-nationalisation numbers.

Great Western Railway locomotives were generally very successful and many remained in service almost untouched through the years from nationalisation in 1947 until the end of steam traction. A Castle 4-6-0 sending up a column of smoke as it slipped and struggled to pull a heavy South Wales express away from Swindon was quite a sight.