Industrial & Other Railways

Metropolitan electrics, steam and diesel industrial shunting engines. Sentinel & Ruston diesel shunters and Peckett 0-4-0 and 0-6-0 saddle tanks from Hornby. Andrew Barclay saddle tanks by Hattons Model Railways. Janus diesels by Golden Valley Hobbies.
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Model of Hunslet 16in 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotive works number 3782 Arthur built in 1953 finished in lined green livery as working at the NCB Markham Main Colliery. This locomotive is preserved at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton Road.
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Model of Hunslet 16in 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotive works number 3783 Holly Bank No.3 built in 1953 finished in NCB lined blue livery as preserved at the Chasewater Railway.
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Model of Hunslet 16in 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotive works number 3714 Thorne No.1 built in 1951 finished in plain green livery as working at the NCB Thorne Colliery.
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Model of Hunslet 16in 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotive works number 2705 Beatrice built in 1945 finished in lined red livery as working at the NCB Markham Main Colliery. This locomotive is preserved at the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Railway where the engine has been in regular service for many years.
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Model of Hunslet 16in 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotive works number 1953 Jacks Green built in 1939 finished in lined green livery as working at the Nassington Ironstone Quarries and carried in preservation at the Nene Valley Railway, Peterborough.
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The Hunslet 'Austerity' 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotives were ordered by the Ministry of Supply during WW2 as a standard heavy shunting engine. Hunslet based the design on shunting engines they had built for the steel industry in the late 1930s. They were simple, robust and powerful engines, well suited to heavy shunting tasks, with wheels large enough for local goods service.
Many of these engines were purchased by the coal, iron and steel industries to replace much older locomotives and continued to serve into the 1970s.
This model replicates a NCB locomotive in green livery carrying the name Amazon, completed with a weathered finish.
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The Yorkshire Engine Company Janus locomotive is an 0-6-0 diesel-electric shunting locomotive wighing around 48 tons and powered by two Rolls-Royce C6SFL diesel engines with a combined power output of 400 bhp. Each engine has its' own cooling system and generator, each powering one of the two traction motors, thus simplifying the electrical system and allowing single-engine operation.

The GVH model is bring produced by Oxford using original engineering drawings, trade publicity and published histories, backed up with site visits to view and measure surviving locomotives. GVH are indebted to the archive departments and support of current and previous company owners of Janus locomotives in completing this task.

The model has been designed to incorporate many fine details of the original locomotives and also offer key detail variations made during their long operational ownership.

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GKN purchased several Yorkshire Engine Company Janus diesel shunters from the Port of London Authority, including 379, ex-PLA 201 to replace older diesel shunters at a number of the Allied Steel & Wire plants. The locomotives were painted in a pleasing Oxford blue livery with wasp-striped ends with nameplates carried over the end radiators. 379 Caerleon was usually employed at the Tremorfa rod mill, Cardiff.
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Oxford Rail & Golden Valley Hobbies GV2020 Janus 0-6-0 diesel shunter ICI Salt Division Red Livery
ICI operated Janus locomotives at several locations across the UK. In several places the ICI locomotives operated over BR tracks around exchange sidings.
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This locomotive has had various roles and owners over the years before ending up in the hands of London Carriers International, based at Paddock Wood in Kent. London Carriers International operated a large rail fitted warehouse and used their sentinel to move goods dropped off by BR trains into and around the ½ mile long building. Supposedly the exhausts produced at start-up regularly set off the buildings fire alarms and so the locomotive was quickly sold on to the East Lancashire Railway.
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Model of Ruston 48DS diesel shunter QWAG, the first working locomotive on the Great Central heritage railway.
The Hornby 48DS features a very fine mechanism providing excellent performance at slow shunting speeds. The attached flat wagon is provided with pickups, increasing the effective wheelbase for traversing insulated points, alternatively the wagons can be detached and a rear coupler fitted to the locomotive.
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Sentinel 10218 was built for the Port of Bristol Authority, becoming PBA locomotive No. 39 and remaining at Avonmouth Docks until 1984. Moving to the Dean Forest Railway for preservation, and then the East Somerset Railway in 1999, 10218 received a large overhaul in 2011, restored to full working condition and painted in its original Oxford Blue PBA livery.
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MSC Sentinel 10144 was delivered to the Manchester Ship Canal Railway Co. in 1963. The Locomotive served a long career at Ellesmere Port before moving to York to work for Fastline in 2000 and being re-numbered 01565. In 2009 the locomotive was moved to Rotherham having been purchased by CF Booth.
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In 1971 London Transport acquired three Sentinel 0-6-0 shunters from an iron ore mine to repalce the ex-GWR 57xx pannier tanks used for depot shunting duties. To increase the wheelbase and ensure track circuits detected the small diesels each was coupled to a 'tender', a bogie removed from an old district line stock car. In 1993 the Sentinels were withdrawn and DL81 was sold for preservation at the Rocks by Rail museum at Cottesmore, Rutland.

The Hornby 0-6-0 Sentinel is a recently tooled model and a perfect addition to any small or industrial layout. The model is 6 pin DCC ready allowing for digital operation. The London Transport model features some enhanced detailing such as dumb buffers, NEM pocket covering plates and a prototypical trip cock by the wheelset.

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Sentinel 10255, its works number, left the production line on the 25th May 1966, being delivered into NCB ownership shortly after at their Baddesley Colliery in the South Midlands. Curiously, and unlike most other NCB examples the locomotive would not receive a running number, and would be known either by a name or its works number for most of its life. In the modern era the locomotive has changed hands a few times, being owned by Potter Logistics as their striking yellow 'Pride of the Fens' and Ed Murray and Sons.

The Hornby 0-6-0 Sentinel is a recently tooled model and a perfect addition to any small or industrial layout. The model is 6 pin DCC ready allowing for digital operation.

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Detailed model of the Peckett W4 class 0-4-0ST industrial saddle tank shunting engine finished as Bear, the standard gauge Peckett owned by the Sittingbourne and Kelmsley railway. This model features the open back cab.
Era 7-8, 1890-1947
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Detailed and smooth running model of the small Ruston Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engine finished as 417892 Jim owned by the DVLR Derwent Valley Light Railway in York. The model is supplied with a flat wagon with pickups to maintain power collection on insulated frog points, but can also be run on it's own, which it manages very well.
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Detailed and smooth running model of the small Ruston Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engine finished as 200793 in safety yellow livery as carried with working for rail construction contractors GrantRail, at one time working on the channel tunnel project! The model is supplied with a flat wagon with pickups to maintain power collection on insulated frog points, but can also be run on it's own, which it manages very well.
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Peckett works number 1203 named The Earl was built in 1910 for the Nixon’s Navigation Coal Company and delivered to Deep Duffryn Colliery in Mountain Ash, South Wales. Opened in 1850 this colliery remained open until 1971. During the time No. 1203 was delivered the colliery employed over 1200 people and NCB Mountain Ash is well known as one of the last coal board locations to use steam locomotives, though many of the older engines including The Earl were replaced by Austerity saddle tanks and ex-GWR pannier tanks in the 1960s.
Peckett 1203 The Earl is modelled in NCB plain blue livery.
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The 88bhp Ruston 88DS is the 'big brother' to the 48DS, designed to be powerful enough to replace a small steam shunting locomotive.
Ruston 421415 was built new for the North British Distillery Co. Ltd, being delivered in March 1958 to their distillery in the Gorgie district of Edinburgh, around the period when the distillery was expanding to include the former Edinburgh Corporation Tramways depot. In 1973, the locomotive was donated to the fledgling Fife Railway Preservation Group, who located it at the Lochty Private Railway until 1994. 421415 has now been restored and wears the livery of the North British Railway.
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The 88bhp Ruston 88DS is the 'big brother' to the 48DS, designed to be powerful enough to replace a small steam shunting locomotive.
Ruston 441934 was built new for chocolate and confectionery manufacturers Rowntree & Co. Ltd of York, delivered in April 1960 and joining fellow Ruston 88DS locomotives 421419/1958 and 432479/1959 as No. 3. In 1979 a new 0-6-0 locomotive was bought for the York factory and No.3 was transferred to Rowntree’s Fawdon, Newcastle factory until rail service there ended in 1987. No. 3 was passed to the North York Moors Railway for preservation, but in 2013 was quite fittingly acquired by two members of the Derwent Valley Light Railway and has returned to York, being named Ken Cooke in honour of a former Rowntree’s employee, a D-Day veteran and holder of the Legion d’Honneur.
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Detailed and smooth running model of the small Ruston Hornsby 48DS diesel shunting engine finished as 235511 owned by the Express Dairy company for use at their Cricklewood bottling plant, working until 1954. The model is supplied with a flat wagon with pickups to maintain power collection on insulated frog points, but can also be run on it's own, which it manages very well.
£100.34
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Model of Hunslet 16in 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotive works number 1953 Jacks Green built in 1939 finished in lined green livery as working at the Nassington Ironstone Quarries and carried in preservation at the Nene Valley Railway, Peterborough.
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Model of Hunslet 16in 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotive works number 3715 built in 1952 finished in a lined black livery, quite commonly applied to industrial locomotives with NCB lettering. This locomotive is preserved at the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Railway, working alongside sister Hunslet Beatrice and where a major overhaul is in progress.
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Locomotive build No. 10089 was constructed in 1962 before undergoing a complete refurbishment in 2007 to be delivered to Hitachi for shunting work at Ashford, primarily involving the high speed class 395 ‘Javelin’ EMUs. The locomotive was named after the chairman of Hitachi Europe, 'Chiaki Ueda'.
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Model of Ruston 48DS diesel shunter 200793, supplied to the Old Mill Colliery, Radstock in 1940.
The Hornby 48DS features a very fine mechanism providing excellent performance at slow shunting speeds. The attached flat wagon is provided with pickups, increasing the effective wheelbase for traversing insulated points, alternatively the wagons can be detached and a rear coupler fitted to the locomotive.
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Founded as Ally & MacLellan, Glasgow in 1875 and then later known as the Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd, the company went through various place and name changes until in 1957 Sentinel (Shrewsbury) Ltd was obtained by Rolls-Royce. At that time Sentinel were producing steam locomotives and lorries, but the manufacturing of these vehicles ceased in 1958. In 1959 Sentinel produced a prototype diesel shunter which was operated on the military controlled Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Railway. In total 17 were produced and operated quite successfully during that year. 1963 saw the introduction of the 34 ton chain drive 4 wheel Rolls-Royce diesel powered Sentinel Shunter rated at 233 bhp which was later uprated to 255bhp. As time progressed the design was modified with all manner of variations, including 6 and 8 wheel coupled locomotives which found service in collieries, dockyards, quarries and foundries, with others being exported and operated on Portuguese Railways. Over the years, as these locomotives were retired, many found their way on to preserved railways where they continue to provide stalwart service. Rolls Royce Sentinel 10214 was built in November 1964 for the Stanton Ironworks in Ilkeston. While there the locomotive was given the number 57, and worked alongside other Sentinels, often hauling tipper wagons loaded with molten iron. More recently the locomotive could be found working at Boulby Mine in Yorkshire, painted in a bright yellow livery and named 'Lady Potter'.
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After its 1993 withdrawal from Derby Works, D3771 was purchased and became a permanent resident of the Great Western Society. In 2010 the locomotive was given plain green livery, then repainted again into BR blue. Throughout this period the locomotive was named 'Phantom' and numbered 604.
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Locomotive 19 was built in the 1910 batch, the last such batch of the class built. After its career with the L&YR and then LMS the locomotive was sold to the Mowlem and Co civil engineering company and then to the United Glass Bottle Manufacturers. There it was bestowed with the name Prince and an attractive marron livery. The locomotive is now preserved, with a fire lit under the boiler in February 2022 being the first since the early 1970s.
Our model of this charming little locomotive has features somewhat restricted by its incredibly small size, a three pole motor provides the power. Separately fitted details include whistles, a bell and the boiler handrails.
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Locomotive number 20 was delivered to the SDJR straight from the manufacturer, Bagnall, in 1928. When it entered the LMS pool of Jintys it would be renumbered 7151. Shortly after this, during a renumbering scheme it would be renumbered again to 7311. The locomotive would enter War Department service before being returned to its standard service, although now with BR as 47311. The locomotive would spend much of its BR life stationed in London before being withdrawn from the Stratford shed in 1960, being scrapped shortly after.

The Hornby Jinty is fitted with a 3 pole motor and simple gearing, proving to be a reliable runner on any layout. The 6 pin DCC socket allows the model to be used on a digital layout if required and its railroad specification make it ideal as a starter model.

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Detailed model of Peckett class B2 0-6-0ST saddle tank shunting engine number 1456 built in 1918 for the Bloxham & Whiston Ironstone company and finished in Peckett lined green livery.
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The WD 2-8-0 Austerity locomotives were some of the strongest freight locomotives to operate on Britain’s railways and the Branchline model conveys all the strength and power of the prototype, making it an imposing addition to any layout or collection. Featuring a wealth of detail, the uncomplicated appearance of the real locomotives is captured in miniature from the long, parallel boiler and smokebox arrangement to the large, angular tender. With a powerful drive train the WD Austerity is ready to handle the goods, whilst the 21 Pin DCC decoder socket and designated speaker space mean you can add sound for even more realism.
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Finely detailed model of a L&SWR B4 class 0-4-0 side tank shunting engine tank finished as LSWR 91 Jersey in lined dark green livery.
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A new and detailed model of the Hawthorn Leslie 14in 0-4-0ST saddle tank industrial shunting engines, one of the more popular and long-lived designs with some engines still working into the early 1970s.
This model is finished in lined green livery as works number 2780 (1909), built for Turner Brothers asbestos sheet factory in Manchester and named Asbestos. This engine was donated to the Chasewater Railway (Staffordshire) for preservation in 1968.
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A new and detailed model of the Hawthorn Leslie 14in 0-4-0ST saddle tank industrial shunting engines, one of the more popular and long-lived designs with some engines still working into the early 1970s.
This model is finished in lined red livery as works number 2491 (1901), an engine built for Websters brick & lime works in Coventry, later serving the Coventry Ordinance works and British Celanese Ltd at Spondon, where the engine was named Henry. Still in service as spare engine until 1972 Henry can now be found at the Barrow Hill roundhouse.
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A new and detailed model of the Hawthorn Leslie 14in 0-4-0ST saddle tank industrial shunting engines, one of the more popular and long-lived designs with some engines still working into the early 1970s.
This model is finished in lined maroon livery as works number 3135 (1915) Invincible, an engine ordered for the Woolwich Arsenal during WW1. Fitted with a new boiler Invincible moved to the Royal Aircraft Establishment in Farnborough, working along a partially roadside tramway route between the establishment and BR goods yard. Withdrawn in 1968 this engine was purchased for preservation with the Isle of Wight Steam Railway.
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A new and detailed model of the Hawthorn Leslie 14in 0-4-0ST saddle tank industrial shunting engines, one of the more popular and long-lived designs with some engines still working into the early 1970s.
This model is finished in Port of London Authority lined blue livery as engine number 56.
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A new and detailed model of the Hawthorn Leslie 14in 0-4-0ST saddle tank industrial shunting engines, one of the more popular and long-lived designs with some engines still working into the early 1970s.
This model is finished in NCB lined blue livery.
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A new and detailed model of the Hawthorn Leslie 14in 0-4-0ST saddle tank industrial shunting engines, one of the more popular and long-lived designs with some engines still working into the early 1970s.
This model is finished in green livery as works number 3793 (1932) and named Faraday, as the engine was working at the Newport Corporation power station. Later taken over by the CEGB until the closure of the power station. Although purchased for preservation this engine has unfortunately not survived.
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A new and detailed model of the Hawthorn Leslie 14in 0-4-0ST saddle tank industrial shunting engines, one of the more popular and long-lived designs with some engines still working into the early 1970s.
This model is finished as works number 2623 (1925) named Spider, one of the engines which worked at the Black Park colliery in Chirk, close to Dapol's factory. Later the engine appears to have moved to the nearby Ifton colliery, Oswestry though no further work could be found for it when that colliery closed.
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A new and detailed model of the Hawthorn Leslie 14in 0-4-0ST saddle tank industrial shunting engines, one of the more popular and long-lived designs with some engines still working into the early 1970s.
This model is finished as Newcastle Electric Supply engine number 13, works number 3732 (1932) in a high-visibility yellow chevroned livery. This engine worked at Carville and later Dunston power stations, passing to the British Energy Authority (BEA), Central Electricity Authority (CEA) and Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB) before being purchased for preservation in 1973. Currently at the Tanfield Railway where industrial engines are the usual motive power No.13 is currently undergoing an overhaul.
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A new and detailed model of the Hawthorn Leslie 14in 0-4-0ST saddle tank industrial shunting engines, one of the more popular and long-lived designs with some engines still working into the early 1970s.
This model is finished in lined maroon livery as works number 2988 (1913), an engine exported to the Australian Iron & Steel Co. and named Wallaby. Today this engine is preserved as a static exhibit at the Illawarra Light Railway Museum, a narrow gauge railway and industrial heritage museum in New South Wales, Australia.
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A detailed model of the Hunslet 16in size 0-6-0 saddle tank engines built for many collieries and quarry companies with 44 locomotives built from 1923 until 1958. Many of these engines were supplied after WW2, so were still in use as the preservation societies started up, resulting in many being purchased in working order for a new life hauling passengers.
This model is finished as Hunslet works number 2705 Beatrice in lined green livery, as preserved at the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway. This engine was built in 1945 for Ackton Hall Colliery and named after the colliery managers' daughter. Purchased for service at Embsay in 1976 Beatrice has worked on the Embsay & Bolton Abbey line for longer than for her previous owners.

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A detailed model of the Hunslet 16in size 0-6-0 saddle tank engines built for many collieries and quarry companies with 44 locomotives built from 1923 until 1958. Many of these engines were supplied after WW2, so were still in use as the preservation societies started up, resulting in many being purchased in working order for a new life hauling passengers.
This model is finished as 1940-built Hunslet works number 1983 Clement in NCB black livery with yellow stripes applied over the saddle tank.
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A detailed model of the Hunslet 16in size 0-6-0 saddle tank engines built for many collieries and quarry companies with 44 locomotives built from 1923 until 1958. Many of these engines were supplied after WW2, so were still in use as the preservation societies started up, resulting in many being purchased in working order for a new life hauling passengers.
This model is finished as Hunslet works number 3855 Glasshoughton No.4 in lined green livery. Built in 1954 for the NCB Savile Colliery, Leeds 3855 was sold for preservation in 1973, working at a number of heritage lines and currently at the Ribble Steam Railway.
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A detailed model of the Hunslet 16in size 0-6-0 saddle tank engines built for many collieries and quarry companies with 44 locomotives built from 1923 until 1958. Many of these engines were supplied after WW2, so were still in use as the preservation societies started up, resulting in many being purchased in working order for a new life hauling passengers.
This model is finished as Hunslet works number 2375 John Shaw in NCB lined green livery. Built in 1942 this engine was supplied to the South Kirby Coal Company.
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A detailed model of the Hunslet 16in size 0-6-0 saddle tank engines built for many collieries and quarry companies with 44 locomotives built from 1923 until 1958. Many of these engines were supplied after WW2, so were still in use as the preservation societies started up, resulting in many being purchased in working order for a new life hauling passengers.
This model is finished as Hunslet works number 3715 Primrose No.2 in NCB red livery, as preserved at Embsay in the 1970s. This engine was built in 1952 for NCB Peckfield Colliery and was purchased in 1976, moving to the then Yorkshire Dales Railway at Embsay station. Primrose was one of the main engines in the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway steam fleet in until withdrawn in 1999 with a crack in the firebox. An extensive overhaul to prepare Primrose for another 40+ years service continues.
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A new and splendidly detailed model of Metropolitan Railway E class 0-4-4T locomotive number 1, a popular and attractive visitor to many heritage railways.
The Rapido Trains model will feature a high quality drive mechanism and a finely detailed moulded bodyshell with separately fitted parts allowing changes between model eras to be recreated.
This model is finished in London Transport lined maroon livery as L.44, the former Metropolitan No.1
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A new and splendidly detailed model of Metropolitan Railway E class 0-4-4T locomotive number 1, a popular and attractive visitor to many heritage railways.
The Rapido Trains model will feature a high quality drive mechanism and a finely detailed moulded bodyshell with separately fitted parts allowing changes between model eras to be recreated.
This model is finished in London Transport lined maroon livery as L.48, the former Metropolitan No.81
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A new and splendidly detailed model of Metropolitan Railway E class 0-4-4T locomotive number 1, a popular and attractive visitor to many heritage railways.
The Rapido Trains model will feature a high quality drive mechanism and a finely detailed moulded bodyshell with separately fitted parts allowing changes between model eras to be recreated.
This model is finished as Metropolitan Railway No.1 in the Metropolitan Railway lined red livery carried from 1999 to 2009.
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A new and splendidly detailed model of Metropolitan Railway E class 0-4-4T locomotive number 1, a popular and attractive visitor to many heritage railways.
The Rapido Trains model will feature a high quality drive mechanism and a finely detailed moulded bodyshell with separately fitted parts allowing changes between model eras to be recreated.
This model is finished as Metropolitan Railway No.1 in the Metropolitan Railway lined red livery applied for the 2013 Underground 150 anniversary and carried currently.
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No.1604 had the honour of being the first S160 to be displayed publicly when on the 11th December 1942 it was exhibited at Paddington station and officially handed over to Lord Leathers, Minister of War Transport, by Colonel N.A. Ryan,  Chief of Transportation, US Army. Overall, the GWR had the largest number of S160 locomotives on loan, with a total of 174 locomotives operating across the GWR network. No.1604 was allocated to Newport Ebbw Junction Shed prior to transfer to the continent and use by the SNCB before scrapping in 1946/7.

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The London, Midland and Scottish Railway took delivery of a total of 50 locomotives. The engines were concentrated on a small number of sheds including Shrewsbury (4A), Crewe South (5B), Mold Junction (6B) and Toton (18A). As a result, they saw restricted usage on parts of the LMS network, mostly working on the Southern sections.  No.2415 was a standard American Locomotive Company (ALCO) engine and has been depicted in wartime condition. It was subsequently sent to Germany and worked from the Koblenz-Lutzel shed, before finally moving to Hungary with MAV and becoming 411.290.

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The London and North Eastern Railway had the second-largest number of S160 locomotive allocations, with a total of 168 engines. These could be found all across the LNER network including Scotland, with large numbers of engines based at over a dozen sheds.  The largest concentrations were found in East Anglia serving many of the air bases which relied upon the railways. No.1712 was commissioned at Swindon works prior to delivery to the LNER. Once transferred to the continent, the engine was sent to Germany and worked from the Mainz-Bischofsheim shed, before finally moving to Hungary with MAV and becoming 411.147.

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The Southern Railway had the smallest contingent of S160 allocations, with only 6 locomotives sent on loan. This was due to the SR electrification scheme, meaning that the railway had a healthy surplus of steam locomotives available for wartime traffic, allowing other regions to take more S160 locomotives. They arrived on the SR relatively late, just ready for the preparations for the D-Day landings. Many S160 locomotives were commissioned in SR works and allowed to run-in on SR metals before being dispatched to other regions.
No.2356 was transferred to Germany in September 1944 and worked from the Mainz-Bischofsheim shed before moving to Austria as OBB 956.123.

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In 1946 the Longmoor Military Railway arranged an exchange of equipment with their counterparts at Fort Eustis in America. In return for an Austerity and WD 2-8-0 Fort Eustis sent an S160 2-8-0 and S100 0-6-0 (their comparable counterparts) to Longmoor.
The S160 was named Major General Carl R Gray Jr after the Army Director of Railway Services for North Africa, Italy and Northwest Europe. The engine originally carried the number 93257 after arrival at Longmoor. The loco was subsequently sent to Bagnalls in Staffordshire for overhaul in 1954. Upon return in 1955, the engine was painted in lined blue LMR livery and carried the number 700. Unfortunately, it was subsequently involved in an incident leaving flats on all driving wheels and with spares unavailable, the engine was cut up at Longmoor in 1957.

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No.5820 was built by Lima in 1945 and sent straight to Poland as part of the war effort. At the end of hostilities the engine was taken into Polish State Railways stock as TR203-474 and later gained an ALCO boiler from another class member. The engine was mostly based at the Katowice steam shed in Silesia, but was eventually withdrawn and preserved at the Polish Railway Museum in Warsaw. An approach by a member of the Diplomatic Corps in the late 1970s led to the engine being made available for purchase and use on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.
It arrived in November 1977 and entered traffic the following year with its Polish number and livery. The engine briefly ran on the mainline, working to Shipley to turn on the triangle, ready for filming 'Yanks' for which the engine was repainted in original livery and number 5820. Following a period out of use from 1992 the engine returned to service in 2014, operating regularly until the expiry of its boiler certificate in 2023. During this period it carried its original number and livery.

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One of the last S160 locomotives built No.6046 was sent directly to France towards the end of the War. When its use with the SNCF came to an end, the engine found its way to Hungary where it became MAV 411.144 with the Hungarian State Railways. It spent most of its time in Hungary working on industrial lines before being withdrawn for preservation in the Hungarian National Collection. However, an error meant the loco was sent for scrap. Fortunately, it was saved and moved to the UK, steaming for the first time in 2012. Since then, 6046 has been a regular performer at various heritage railways and has recently undergone an overhaul at the CVR once again, returning to traffic in October 2023.

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No.2253 arrived in the UK in May 1943, where it was loaned to the LNER and based at Neville Hill in Leeds. It was returned to the USATC in September 1944 and sent to France, eventually working for the SNCB at Aarschot. The engine was later bought by the Polish State Railway and became TR203-288. No.2253 returned to the UK in 1992 and entered traffic on the NYMR for a short period. The locomotive was later sold to Peter Best and cosmetically restored prior to display at Locomotion in Shildon. In 2019 the locomotive steamed again, carrying a lined maroon livery and later that year was named Omaha. It has subsequently appeared at several preserved railways on hire.

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For a short period after overhaul in 2014, Big Jim briefly appeared on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway carrying a pseudo-BR livery. The engine carried the number 95820 with an 8F power classification on the cabside, early BR emblem and overhead warning flashes.
The engine was subsequently repainted into a more authentic light grey livery with No.5820 – a livery which it has carried since.

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No.5197 was completed in 1945 and exported directly to China in 1946 for use by the Chinese State Railways. The engine became part of the KD6 class and was numbered KD6.463. It worked around Fushun in the Chinese coal fields until withdrawal in the early 1990s. In 1995 the engine was saved from scrapping by Derek Foster and brought to the UK for restoration. After overhaul on the Llangollen Railway, it returned to traffic in 1998. Subsequently purchased by Greg Wilson, it moved to the Churnet Valley Railway to join his other S160 No.6046. The engine has visited many preserved lines on visits away from its home at the CVR, where it can be seen in operation today.

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Detailed model of the London Brighton & South Coast Railway class E1 0-6-0 tank engines designed by William Stroudley in 1874. The class was intended for local goods, shunting and piloting duties. Proving successful the class was expanded to 80 locomotives by 1891. Although withdraws started in 1908 30 locomotives entered British Railways stock in 1948, including four working goods services on the Isle of Wight.
Originally LB&SCR 92 this engine was withdrawn as SR B92 in 1936 and sold to the Hartley Main Colliery Company, becoming their number 30.
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The small and robust locomotives built by the Manning, Wardle company of Leeds were popular with construction contractors through the late Victorian and into the Edwardian era. The L class 0-6-0ST saddle tank engines were built between 1881 and 1926, early locomotives normally having open footplates while full cabs were normal for later built engines. While contractors moved engines from job to job major civil engineering projects such as large industrial complexes, docks and railways often required shunting engines after construction was completed and some of the contractors engines were often purchased. A number of small Manning Wardle engines also served on light railways, being ideal for the often lightly constructed bridges.
This model replicates a cabless locomotive, as seen on the preserved Sir Berkeley built in 1891, and will be one option in a range of variations produced, further details to be advised.
 

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Project announced summer 2023 at CAD design stage. Production date and pricing to be advised.
The small and robust locomotives built by the Manning, Wardle company of Leeds were popular with construction contractors through the late Victorian and into the Edwardian era. The L class 0-6-0ST saddle tank engines were built between 1881 and 1926, early locomotives normally having open footplates while full cabs were normal for later built engines. While contractors moved engines from job to job major civil engineering projects such as large industrial complexes, docks and railways often required shunting engines after construction was completed and some of the contractors engines were often purchased. A number of small Manning Wardle engines also served on light railways, being ideal for the often lightly constructed bridges.
This model replicates a cabless locomotive, as seen on the preserved 'Matthew Murray' (1601/1903) and 'Winston Churchill' (2025/1923), and will be one option in a range of variations produced, further details to be advised.
 

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Highly detailed model of Bowaters (Kent) No.2 Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1962 finished in dark green livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The plain green livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting.
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Highly detailed model of an Andrew Barclay Caledonia type fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive finished in a stock lined Caledonian blue livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The attractive lined Caledonian blue livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting.
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Highly detailed model of Croda Chemicals Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1944 finished in Croda Chemcicals white and green livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
Built in 1928 for J&J Colemans' Carrow works this engine passed to the ownership of Midland Tar Distillers at Four Ashes, Wolverhampton in 1952, the works becoming Croda Hydrocarbons from 1975. This locomotive was still in use in the early 1990s and has subsequently been preserved.
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Highly detailed model of Shell Mex Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1952 finished in yellow ochre livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The plain yellow ochre livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting.
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Highly detailed model of Bowaters (Ellesmere) No.1 Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1982 finished in a 'red lead' colour livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
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Highly detailed model of Boots No.2 Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 2008 finished in green livery with wasp-striped ends.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
Built in 1935 this locomotive worked for the Boots Pure Drug Company at Beeston, Notts and is now preserved and displayed at the Midland Railway Centre, Butterley.
The plain green livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting, the wasp-striped ends giving the locomotive a more modern 'diesel era' look.

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Highly detailed model of Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1952, finished in lined green livery as preserved at the Doon Valley Railway, Ayr.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The unlettered lined livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting. Formerly Shell Refining No.8 the Doon Valley Railway claim this locomotive to currently be the only operational fireless steam locomotive in the UK.
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Highly detailed model of Gloucester Corporation No.1 Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 2126 finished in a sage green livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
This locomotive was built in 1942 to move coal from the dock wharf to the Gloucester Corporations' Castle Meads power station. This engine worked until the closure of the power station in 1973, after which it was donated to the nearby Dowty Railway Preservation Society and today is in the care of the Vale of Berkeley Railway at Sharpness.
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Highly detailed model of the former Gloucester Corporation Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 2126 finished in CEGB green livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
Lettered 'Central Electricity Generating Board' without any specific location this model is ideal for shunting any small power station setting in the post-1958 CEGB era.
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Highly detailed model of an Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive finished in lined maroon livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The unlettered lined maroon livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting.
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Highly detailed model of an Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive finished in lined maroon livery lettered for G Fawkes Gunpowder as locomotive No.31
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
Although entirely fictional it is possibly quite appropriate for a locomotive design built to government orders in WW1!
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Highly detailed model of Bowaters (Kent) No.2 Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1962 finished in dark green livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The plain green livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting.
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Highly detailed model of an Andrew Barclay Caledonia type fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive finished in a stock lined Caledonian blue livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The attractive lined Caledonian blue livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting.
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Highly detailed model of Croda Chemicals Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1944 finished in Croda Chemcicals white and green livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
Built in 1928 for J&J Colemans' Carrow works this engine passed to the ownership of Midland Tar Distillers at Four Ashes, Wolverhampton in 1952, the works becoming Croda Hydrocarbons from 1975. This locomotive was still in use in the early 1990s and has subsequently been preserved.
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Highly detailed model of Shell Mex Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1952 finished in yellow ochre livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The plain yellow ochre livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting.
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Highly detailed model of Bowaters (Ellesmere) No.1 Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1982 finished in a 'red lead' colour livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
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Highly detailed model of Boots No.2 Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 2008 finished in green livery with wasp-striped ends.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The plain green livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting, the wasp-striped ends giving the locomotive a more modern 'diesel era' look.
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Highly detailed model of Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 1952, finished in lined green livery as preserved at the Doon Valley Railway, Ayr.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The unlettered lined livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting. Formerly Shell Refining No.8 the Doon Valley Railway claim this locomotive to currently be the only operational fireless steam locomotive in the UK.
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Highly detailed model of Gloucester Corporation No.1 Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 2126 finished in a sage green livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
This locomotive was built in 1942 to move coal from the dock wharf to the Gloucester Corporations' Castle Meads power station. This engine worked until the closure of the power station in 1973, after which it was donated to the nearby Dowty Railway Preservation Society and today is in the care of the Vale of Berkeley Railway at Sharpness.
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Highly detailed model of the former Gloucester Corporation Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive works number 2126 finished in CEGB green livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
Lettered 'Central Electricity Generating Board' without any specific location this model is ideal for shunting any small power station setting in the post-1958 CEGB era.
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Highly detailed model of an Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive finished in lined maroon livery.
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
The unlettered lined maroon livery of this model lends itself to use in any setting.
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Highly detailed model of an Andrew Barclay fireless 0-4-0 steam locomotive finished in lined maroon livery lettered for G Fawkes Gunpowder as locomotive No.31
Powered by a high quality motor and drive mechanism designed to give good low-speed performance for shunting duties the fireless locomotive is an ideal industrial shunting locomotive for factories, paper mills, gas works and petro-chemcical industries, especially those producing highly flammable or explosive products.
Although entirely fictional it is possibly quite appropriate for a locomotive design built to government orders in WW1!
DCC sound equipped model.
£234.45
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Double model pack of both Judy and Alfred finished in Port of Par lined dark green livery. Supplied in a presentation box.
A pair of highly detailed and high specification models of the Port of Par Bagnall locomotives, two locomotives specially built to a very distinctive low profile and very familiar to enthusiasts from their industrial service up to 1977 and in preservation, immortalised in Rev. Awdry's to Thomas books.
This model from Rapido Trains has been designed from original works drawings and examination of both engines. Packed in under the saddle tank is a smooth-running mechanism with flywheel, plunger pickups, a factory-installed speaker and a Next18 decoder socket, keeping the cab clear for backhead detail and allow a driver figure (not supplied) to be fitted. The tooling has been designed to accurately portray the slight differences between Alfred and Judy.
£279.95

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Double model pack of both Judy and Alfred finished in as preserved Port of Par lined light green livery. Supplied in a presentation box.
A pair of highly detailed and high specification models of the Port of Par Bagnall locomotives, two locomotives specially built to a very distinctive low profile and very familiar to enthusiasts from their industrial service up to 1977 and in preservation, immortalised in Rev. Awdry's to Thomas books.
This model from Rapido Trains has been designed from original works drawings and examination of both engines. Packed in under the saddle tank is a smooth-running mechanism with flywheel, plunger pickups, a factory-installed speaker and a Next18 decoder socket, keeping the cab clear for backhead detail and allow a driver figure (not supplied) to be fitted. The tooling has been designed to accurately portray the slight differences between Alfred and Judy.
£279.95

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A highly detailed and high specification model of the Port of Par Bagnall locomotives, two locomotives specially built to a very distinctive low profile and very familiar to enthusiasts from their industrial service up to 1977 and in preservation, immortalised in Rev. Awdry's to Thomas books.
This model from Rapido Trains has been designed from original works drawings and examination of both engines. Packed in under the saddle tank is a smooth-running mechanism with flywheel, plunger pickups, a factory-installed speaker and a Next18 decoder socket, keeping the cab clear for backhead detail and allow a driver figure (not supplied) to be fitted. The tooling has been designed to accurately portray the slight differences between Alfred and Judy.
Single locomotive model finished in unlined green livery.
£139.95

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A highly detailed and high specification model of the Port of Par Bagnall locomotives, two locomotives specially built to a very distinctive low profile and very familiar to enthusiasts from their industrial service up to 1977 and in preservation, immortalised in Rev. Awdry's to Thomas books.
This model from Rapido Trains has been designed from original works drawings and examination of both engines. Packed in under the saddle tank is a smooth-running mechanism with flywheel, plunger pickups, a factory-installed speaker and a Next18 decoder socket, keeping the cab clear for backhead detail and allow a driver figure (not supplied) to be fitted. The tooling has been designed to accurately portray the slight differences between Alfred and Judy.
Model of Alfred locomotive model finished in Port of Par Rev. Awdry inspired yellow ochre livery, as preseverd..
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D1 was built to the works number, 224353, in 1945 and was delivered to the Derby & Notts Electric Power Company. In 1971 the 88DS locomotive moved to Didcot for the Great Western Society. It was used as a diesel shunter at the Great Western Society’s depot with the locomotive then carrying a fictional GWR Green livery with the running number of D1 and a GWR crest.
This Hornby model replicates the fictional GWR Green livery that was applied to the locomotive by the Great Western Society. This 88DS is DCC Ready with a 6-pin socket and contains a 3-pole motor. A notable feature for an 88DS is the attached horn on the cab.

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D2959 was built in 1955 to the works number 382824 and was used by the steel manufacturing company, F.H. Lloyd & Co, in Birmingham. The locomotive was purchased from the company in 1981. Telford Steam Railway acquired the 88DS for preservation and painted it in a fictitious BR Green livery with early crests and ‘wasp stripes’. It was subsequently renumbered as D2959. The locomotive was repainted into a blue lined yellow livery as VL6 and was named ‘Hector’. Still based at Telford Steam Railway and with a new private owner, VL6 is used for works trains and hauling brake van rides with passengers at special events.

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Number 61 was delivered straight to the S&DJR in 1922, the last of five locomotives to be delivered they would receive the internal power classification 5P4G, slightly higher than that given by the Midland Railway and the LMS. These 5 examples were built by Armstrong-Whitworth, as were all Midland 4Fs constructed in that year. The locomotive would become part of the LMS in 1930 and would receive the number 4561. Just prior to its entry into BR service in 1948 and its renumbering to 44561, the locomotive would be converted to oil burning albeit temporarily. The locomotive would be withdrawn in April 1962 and scrapped with haste after.

The Hornby 4F is a perfect tender engine for someone who has only ever had tank engines. This model is fitted with a three pole motor and gearing allowing for good slow speed performance. The models driving wheels are fitted with traction tyres increasing the tractive effort of the model allowing for more wagons to be hauled.

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Locomotive number 46 was delivered straight to the Somerset and Dorset Joint railway in 1928, being painted into the 'Prussian Blue' livery with SDJR lettering. After amalgamation onto the LMS fleet in 1930 the locomotive would be renumbered to 580, and then to 635 in 1934.
On entry to BR service the locomotive would become 40635. Withdrawn in 1961, the locomotive would be stored at Llandudno Junction throughout 1962 before being scrapped in June 1963.

The Hornby 2P is a perfect tender engine for someone who has only ever had tank engines. This model is fitted with a three pole motor and gearing allowing for good slow speed performance. The models driving wheels are fitted with traction tyres increasing the tractive effort of the model allowing for more wagons to be hauled.

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Locomotive 25 entered SDJR service in 1928 before being taken into LMS stock in 1930 along with the rest of the class. The locomotive would be renumbered twice in fairly quick succession first to 7156 in 1930 and then to 7316 in 1934. In BR service the locomotive would be numbered 47316 and would remain in service until withdrawal and scrapping in 1962.

The Hornby Jinty is fitted with a 3 pole motor and simple gearing, proving to be a reliable runner on any layout. The 6 pin DCC socket allows the model to be used on a digital layout if required and its railroad specification make it ideal as a starter model.

£79.99

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Detailed model of the Peckett W4 class 0-4-0ST industrial saddle tank shunting engine finished as Lady Edith, a locomotive used at the Round Oak Works on the Earl of Dudley's extensive private industrial railway system serving industries of the Black Country. This model features the open back cab.
Era 2-3, 1890-1947
£108.99
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Detailed and smooth running model of the Peckett W4 class 0-4-0 saddle tank shunting engine finished as number 490 built for the Crawshay Brothers in 1890. Model finished in plain green livery.
£114.75
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Detailed model of Peckett W4 class 0-4-0 saddle tank shunting engine works number 834 built in 1900 for the Dowlais Ironworks. Numbered 33 and named Lady Cornelia the engine carried this decoratively lined out green livery with black cab panel edging and incised corners.
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London Transport purchased 57xx panniers from British Railways, Heljan have now added LTs own Metropolitan Railway electric locomotives.
The introduction of the Sentinel diesel shunter and then the Peckett saddle tank by Hornby provide more useful engines for modelling industrial railways with their often sharply curved track and compact sites with tracks disappearing into buildings.
For heavy industry Oxford Rail and Golden Valley Hobbies have now added the powerful Janus diesel shunters, a type which was tested by BR as a possible class 08 replacement.