London Midland & Scottish Rly Locos

Locomotives built for the LMS company were among the last withdrawn from BR service
One locomotive, LNWR 1054, LMS 7799, BR 58926, was purchased from British Railways for preservation and is currently working on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. Era 3 1923-1948 'big four'.

DCC and Sound Ready, Next 18 decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation.

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Bachmann Branchline 31-690 OO Gauge LMS Stanier Class 5MT 2-6-0 Mogul 2965 LMS Lined Black

Dimensions - Length 250mm.

DCC and sound ready, 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation.

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6201 'Princess Margaret Rose' entered service in 1935, named after the then five-year-old daughter of Albert, Duke of York (later King George VI), Princess Margaret Rose, the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II. The locomotive was used to haul LMS passenger trains from London to the north and northwest of England and to Scotland. After nationalisation in 1948, British Railways renumbered it 46203 before it was withdrawn from service in 1962. It was one of two Princesses to be preserved and was restored to mainline specification in 1990 before later being placed on static display in the West Shed at Swanwick Junction.
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As the third of the ‘Princess Royal’ Class by Stanier, the experimental non-condensing steam turbine locomotive was inspired by similar Swedish Ljungström locomotives. Often referred to as ‘The Turbo’, No. 6202 became an innovation in steam locomotive technology thanks to the advent of Dieselisation and Grouping upending the traditional notions of rail transport. The LMS, Princess Royal Class 'The Turbomotive', 4-6-2, 6202 is certain to make a remarkable addition to any collection.
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As the third of the ‘Princess Royal’ Class by Stanier, the experimental non-condensing steam turbine locomotive was inspired by similar Swedish Ljungström locomotives. Often referred to as ‘The Turbo’, No. 6202 became an innovation in steam locomotive technology thanks to the advent of Dieselisation and Grouping upending the traditional notions of rail transport. The LMS, Princess Royal Class 'The Turbomotive', 4-6-2, 6202 is certain to make a remarkable addition to any collection.
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Continuing as a distinct and uniquely designed steam turbine locomotive, the ‘Princess Royal’ Class Turbomotive returned to the main line in 1947, showcasing the new emblem of British Rail and a striking black livery. Replacing the LMS insignia, the newly assigned 46202 returned to service following a long period of general repair. As a key part of history regarding the nationalisation of Britain’s railways, the BR, Princess Royal Class 'The Turbomotive', 4-6-2, 46202 forms an excellent collectors model.
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Continue the adventure both on and off screen, with The Railway Children Return (Copyright (c) 2022 Studiocanal Limited), arriving in cinemas July 15th. To celebrate the release of the long-awaited sequel, a limited-edition model of the LMS Class 4F locomotive which featured in the film will follow on from the Hornby train set launched in 1971 for the original film.
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One of only four among the eight hundred and forty-two Stanier ‘Black 5s' to carry a name during their operational service, 45157 ‘Glasgow Highlander’ maintains a sense of distinctiveness and identity among such a prolifically made and serviceable Class. Eighteen ‘Black 5s' have been  preserved, with twelve of them being purchased directly from BR for preservation. Sadly, ‘Glasgow Highlander’ was not one of them.
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The LMS 'Coronation' Class were an enlarged and improved version of William Stanier's earlier LMS 'Princess Royal' Class, and on test were the most powerful steam locomotives ever used in Britain at 2,511 dbhp, specifically designed for power. The intention from the start was to use them on express services between London Euston and Glasgow Central; their duties were to include the hauling of a proposed non-stop express, subsequently named the Coronation Scot.
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Locomotive 2300 was the first of the class to be delivered, rolling out of Derby works on the 9th December 1927. The locomotive would receive the number 42300 on the 26th June 1948, with withdrawal from BR service coming on 26th November 1960. For its entire career, the locomotive would be assigned to the St Albans shed. The locomotive would not be preserved, no example of the class would be however in 2013 it was announced that a new build project was under way to bring the class back into existence.
The Hornby Fowler 4P is fitted with a 5 pole motor resulting in strong performance from this large engine, aided by the weight from its diecast chassis. The model is also 8 pin DCC ready, for those who may wish to run the model on a digital layout.
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Locomotive 8310 was outshopped into LMS service in December of 1943, too late to enter war service as the stock shipped overseas ceased in January of 1942. The locomotive would be in service for 24 years before being withdrawn on the 30th December 1967. 

The locomotive would then be stored for a short while before being scrapped before the end of the following year after a fairly unremarkable yet devoted service life. The 8F model is presented in its imposing black livery, perhaps more understated than its prowess would deserve. The model is fitted with tender pickups as well as an 8 pin DCC socket allowing the model to be operated on a digital layout if required.

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Locomotive 48518 as it was known in BR service entered service in August 1944 as the LMS locomotive 8518. Only a few years later it would have its number increased in line with its class as it entered BR service. The locomotive would work a career of almost 21 years before being withdrawn in July 1965. The locomotive would enter preservation, albeit briefly as it would go on to be used as a spares donor for the 6 other UK based 8Fs. The frames were scraped in 2013, and the boiler will be used on 48173 on the Churnet Valley Railway.

The 8F model is presented in its imposing black livery, perhaps more understated than its prowess would deserve. The model is fitted with tender pickups as well as an 8 pin DCC socket allowing the model to be operated on a digital layout if required.

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LMS locomotive 6245 ‘City of London’ was built in 1943 and fitted with streamlined casing, which remained through the rest of the war and most of its LMS operation. The locomotive was eventually withdrawn and scrapped in September 1964 having spent the majority of its life based at the Camden Shed. In total ‘City of London’ covered over 1.4 million miles over the course of its life.
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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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The ‘Jinty’ is a timeless classic and we are delighted to welcome this LMS workhorse back to the Bachmann Branchline OO scale range with this model of preserved locomotive No. 47298 in BR Black with Late Crest. Taking advantage of the technical upgrades undertaken to the popular Branchline model a few years ago, the ‘Jinty’ combines a powerful 3 pole motor with a Next18 DCC decoder socket and has space for a speaker for those wishing to add sound
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The ‘Jinty’ is a timeless classic and we are delighted to welcome this LMS workhorse back to the Bachmann Branchline OO scale range with this model of preserved locomotive No. 47406 in BR Black with Early Emblem. Taking advantage of the technical upgrades undertaken to the popular Branchline model a few years ago, this ‘Jinty’ features a powerful 3 pole motor and being SOUND FITTED, is supplied with a Speaker and DCC Sound Decoder pre-fitted.

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The ‘Jinty’ is a timeless classic and we are delighted to welcome this LMS workhorse back to the Bachmann Branchline OO scale range with this model of No. 16564 in LMS Black livery. Taking advantage of the technical upgrades undertaken to the popular Branchline model a few years ago, this ‘Jinty’ features a powerful 3 pole motor and being SOUND FITTED, is supplied with a Speaker and DCC Sound Decoder pre-fitted.

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Detailed model of the LMS Patriot class 4-6-0 class locomotives, built as a smaller version of the Royal Scot class for secondary express and cross-country passenger services. This model is finished as 5551 The Unknown Warrior, the next locomotive in the Patriot number series now being built as a representative of this class, none of which survived into preservation.
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Detailed model of the LMS Patriot class 4-6-0 class locomotives, built as a smaller version of the Royal Scot class for secondary express and cross-country passenger services. This model is finished as 5551 The Unknown Warrior, the next locomotive in the Patriot number series now being built as a representative of this class, none of which survived into preservation.
Model fitted with DCC sound system.
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Bachmann produced a highly detailed model of Midland Compound number 1000 for the National Railway Museum. This model is now to be released finished as other members of this important express passenger class which served in the secondary role well into the British Railway era.
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Bachmann produced a highly detailed model of Midland Compound number 1000 for the National Railway Museum. This model is now to be released finished as other members of this important express passenger class which served in the secondary role well into the British Railway era.
Era 5. DCC Ready. 21-pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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The ‘Jinty’ is a timeless classic and we are delighted to welcome this LMS workhorse back to the Bachmann Branchline OO scale range with this model of No. 16564 in LMS Black livery. Taking advantage of the technical upgrades undertaken to the popular Branchline model a few years ago, the ‘Jinty’ combines a powerful 3 pole motor with a Next18 DCC decoder socket and has space for a speaker for those wishing to add sound
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The ‘Jinty’ is a timeless classic and we are delighted to welcome this LMS workhorse back to the Bachmann Branchline OO scale range with this model of preserved locomotive No. 47406 in BR Black with Early Emblem. Taking advantage of the technical upgrades undertaken to the popular Branchline model a few years ago, the ‘Jinty’ combines a powerful 3 pole motor with a Next18 DCC decoder socket and has space for a speaker for those wishing to add sound
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The ‘Jinty’ is a timeless classic and we are delighted to welcome this LMS workhorse back to the Bachmann Branchline OO scale range with this model of preserved locomotive No. 47298 in BR Black with Late Crest. Taking advantage of the technical upgrades undertaken to the popular Branchline model a few years ago, this ‘Jinty’ features a powerful 3 pole motor and being SOUND FITTED, is supplied with a Speaker and DCC Sound Decoder pre-fitted.

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Highly detailed model of LMS Fairburn Tank 42107 in BR Lined Black livery lettered BRITISH RAILWAYS.

Overrunning with detail, some of the highlights of this magnificent model include the fine metal handrails, the sprung buffers and the separately fitted lamp irons. Turned Brass safety valves sit atop the firebox, whilst the abundance of rivets, a discernible feature on the prototype, is faithfully replicated in miniature, even on the diecast frames at the front end. These large tank locomotives have a big presence and with its substantial weightto deliver a performance befitting its powerful appearance.

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A new high-specification model of the Highland Railway Jones Goods 4-6-0 locomotives with tooling designed to replicate detail changes made over the locomotives working careers.
Model finished as HR 103 in 1960s restoration yellow ochre livery.
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A new high-specification model of the Highland Railway Jones Goods 4-6-0 locomotives with tooling designed to replicate detail changes made over the locomotives working careers.
Model finished as Highland Railway engine 106 in the original Jones 1890s era light green livery.
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A new high-specification model of the Highland Railway Jones Goods 4-6-0 locomotives with tooling designed to replicate detail changes made over the locomotives working careers.
Model finished as Highland Railway engine 113 in the later Drummond era Highland Railway green livery.
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A new high-specification model of the Highland Railway Jones Goods 4-6-0 locomotives with tooling designed to replicate detail changes made over the locomotives working careers.
Model finished as LMS 17920 in early LMS unlined black livery with red-backed LMS lettering on the cabside.
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A new high-specification model of the Highland Railway Jones Goods 4-6-0 locomotives with tooling designed to replicate detail changes made over the locomotives working careers.
Model finished as LMS 17928 in lined black livery.
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A new high-specification model of the Highland Railway Jones Goods 4-6-0 locomotives with tooling designed to replicate detail changes made over the locomotives working careers.
Model finished as LMS 17917 in later LMS unlined black livery with tender lettered LMS.
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The original Tri-ang Railways R2X Passenger Train Set in ‘00’ gauge was produced by Rovex Scale Models Limited in their Richmond (Surrey) factory in January 1954 and was introduced to the market in a September 1954 trade leaflet. The R2X set can be found listed in the first edition of the Tri-ang Railways 1955 Catalogue.
This Tri-ang Railways Remembered Set brings the R2X Set back, with the class 3F ‘Jinty’ Number 47606 locomotive and two LMS passenger coaches to recreate the original set. A starter oval of 1st radius track is supplied along with a power clip and uncoupling ramp.
NB - Controller NOT included. DCC ready with 8 pin decoder connection.

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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.

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No. 46243 comes complete with a sleek and smooth BR blue livery. The running number, ‘46243’, and the name, ‘City of Lancaster’, are incorporated on the body sides. An Early BR crest is adorned on the tender. This model is DCC-ready and is compatible with our HM7000 21-Pin decoder. The accessory bag contains an NEM pocket for the bogie, a bar coupling, a hook coupling, two steps, an articulated small coupler assembly, a brake rod, a tender brake rod, a pony truck wheel axle assembly, a locomotive vac pipe and two draincocks.
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The largest of the 'big four' companies created by the Railways Act of 1921 the London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) was formed on 1 January 1923. The major constituent companies were the London & North Western, running the West Coast route from London to Glasgow, the Midland Railway which served the same destinations but via the highly scenic Settle and Carlisle line, plus a number of large regional companies including the Lancashire & Yorkshire.
The combined company was a vast undertaking with numerous interests other than railway operations. It was the largest company in the British Empire and the United Kingdom's second largest employer, after the Post Office, having a larger staff than the British Army! The LMS also claimed to be the largest joint stock organisation in the world. In 1938, the LMS operated 6,870 miles of railway.