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391-025 Baldwin Class 10-12-D
BA391-025391-025 Baldwin Class 10-12-DBachmann Narrow Gauge 391-025 Baldwin Class10-12-D No.778 Black weathered  OO9 In Stock

Runs on 9mm track.  Finished model fitted with OO9 coupler. Fitted with Next18 decoder interface allowing easy conversion to DCC
New Model 2018
£139.95
391-028 Baldwin Class 10-12-D
BA391-028391-028 Baldwin Class 10-12-DBachmann Narrow Gauge 391-028 Baldwin Class10-12-D "Hummy" Black weathered  OO9 In Stock

Runs on 9mm track.  Finished model fitted with OO9 coupler. Fitted with Next18 decoder interface allowing easy conversion to DCC.
New Model Summer 2018
£139.95
DA7F-030-007 16T Mineral Wagon
DA7F-030-007DA7F-030-007 16T Mineral Wagon DA7F-030-007 16t Steel Mineral Wagon Diagram 108 B258683 BR Light Grey   O Gauge In Stock
Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis with all internal details represented.
  • The body is made of ABS plastic incorporating fine detailing and fully finished in 1950's and 1960's liveries.
  • The chassis contains a die-cast metal floor to add weight, a compensating beam on one side to improve running performance, brass bearings, die-cast wheels with steel tyres, sprung metal buffers, sprung die-cast hook and metal coupling links.
  • Solebars, axleboxes and brake gear components are moulded in ABS plastic for strength
  • Minimum Radius of operation 36" (914.1mm)  (Lenz R1 914.4mm =  36")
£39.95
DA7F-030-052 16T Mineral Wagon
DA7F-030-052DA7F-030-052 16T Mineral Wagon DA7F-030-052 16t Steel Mineral Wagon Diagram 108 B262468 BR Grey   O Gauge In Stock
Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis with all internal details represented.
  • The body is made of ABS plastic incorporating fine detailing and fully finished in 1950's and 1960's liveries.
  • The chassis contains a die-cast metal floor to add weight, a compensating beam on one side to improve running performance, brass bearings, die-cast wheels with steel tyres, sprung metal buffers, sprung die-cast hook and metal coupling links.
  • Solebars, axleboxes and brake gear components are moulded in ABS plastic for strength
  • Minimum Radius of operation 36" (914.1mm)  (Lenz R1 914.4mm =  36")
£39.95
DA7F-051-031 5 Plank wagon
DA7F-051-031DA7F-051-031 5 Plank wagon DA7F-051-031  5 Plank wagon GWR No.25150 .  O Gauge In Stock
Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis with all internal details represented.
  • Etched handrails, supports and ladders.
  • 3 link metal coupling chain and sprung coupling hook.
  • Metal sprung buffers.
  • Opening side doors.
  • Minimum Radius of operation 36" (914.1mm)  (Lenz R1 914.4mm =  36")
£39.95
DA7F-058-003 14T Tank wagon
DA7F-058-003DA7F-058-003 14T Tank wagon DA7F-058-003 14T Tank wagon "Regent" No.101  O Gauge In Stock
Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis with all internal details represented.
  • Etched handrails, supports and ladders.
  • 3 link metal coupling chain and sprung coupling hook.
  • Metal sprung buffers.
  • Opening side doors.
  • Minimum Radius of operation 36" (914.1mm)  (Lenz R1 914.4mm =  36")

£42.95
DA7F-080-028 8 Plank wagon
DA7F-080-028DA7F-080-028 8 Plank wagon DA7F-080-028  8 Plank wagon "Rose Smith" No.8245  O Gauge In Stock
Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis with all internal details represented.
  • Etched handrails, supports and ladders.
  • 3 link metal coupling chain and sprung coupling hook.
  • Metal sprung buffers.
  • Opening side doors.
  • Minimum Radius of operation 36" (914.1mm)  (Lenz R1 914.4mm =  36")

£39.95
DA7P-004-002 GWR Autocoach
DA7P-004-002DA7P-004-002 GWR Autocoach DA7P-004-002  GWR Autocoach   O Gauge In Stock

Production sold out at Dapol - last available at A&H Models
G.W.R. Chocolate & Cream Twin Cities Coat of Arms (1927-1934) livery No. 41

The autocoach was a great time saver as the loco could be driven from the cab in the coach - the loco did not need to be run around to the opposite end of the train to go the other way.

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Die cast bogie frame with fine scale wheels
  • Superbly detailed body with many added detailed parts
  • Sprung Buffers
  • Expertly applied livery
  • Fully Compensated Chassis
  • Minimum Radius of operation 1020mm  (Lenz R2 1,029mm 3' 41/2")
£179.95
DA7P-004-004 GWR Autocoach
DA7P-004-004DA7P-004-004 GWR Autocoach DA7P-004-004  GWR Autocoach   O Gauge In Stock

G.W.R. Chocolate & Cream Great Western  (1942-1947) livery No. 40

The autocoach was a great time saver as the loco could be driven from the cab in the coach - the loco did not need to be run around to the opposite end of the train to go the other way.

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Die cast bogie frame with fine scale wheels
  • Superbly detailed body with many added detailed parts
  • Sprung Buffers
  • Expertly applied livery
  • Fully Compensated Chassis
  • Minimum Radius of operation 1020mm  (Lenz R2 1,029mm 40.5")
£179.95
DA7S-007-002 GWR 57xx
DA7S-007-002DA7S-007-002 GWR 57xx DA7S-007-002  GWR 57xx Pannier Tank  O Gauge In Stock

Production sold out at Dapol - last available at A&H Models
G.W.R. Great Western livery No. 5700 (Built by the North British Locomotive company 1929)
The Great Western Railway already operated a large number of 0-6-0 tank locos from a variety of different sources, however many were reaching the ends of their useful life so Charles Collett (Chief Mechanical Engineer of the GWR) developed the 57xx to become a standard pannier tank locomotive.   863 of this class of locomotive were built for the GWR between 1929 and 1950.  Initially designed for light goods and shunting, the 57xx class were also useful for passenger services.
Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Diecast Chassis, Footplate, Boiler and Firebox
  • Powerful 5 Pole Motor
  • Exquisitely detailed body with many added detailed parts
  • Cab roof held on with magnets so figures may be easily fitted
  • Sprung Buffers and Couplings
  • Expertly applied livery
  • Firebox Flicker
  • DCC ready with a 21-pin decoder socket
  • Minimum Radius of operation 1020mm  (Lenz R2 1,029mm 3' 41/2")
£215.00
DA7S-007-005 BR 57xx
DA7S-007-002DA7S-007-005 BR 57xx DA7S-007-005  BR 57xx Pannier Tank  O Gauge In Stock

BR Black late crest livery No. 3716 (Built Swindon 1937)
The Great Western Railway already operated a large number of 0-6-0 tank locos from a variety of different sources, however many were reaching the ends of their useful life so Charles Collett (Chief Mechanical Engineer of the GWR) developed the 57xx to become a standard pannier tank locomotive).   863 of this class of locomotive were built for the GWR between 1929 and 1950.  Initially designed for light goods and shunting, the 57xx class were also useful for passenger services.
Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Diecast Chassis, Footplate, Boiler and Firebox
  • Powerful 5 Pole Motor
  • Exquisitely detailed body with many added detailed parts
  • Cab roof held on with magnets so figures may be easily fitted
  • Sprung Buffers and Couplings
  • Expertly applied livery
  • Firebox Flicker
  • DCC ready with a 21-pin decoder socket
  • Minimum Radius of operation 1020mm  (Lenz R2 1,029mm 3' 41/2")
£215.00
DA7S-024-001 GWR 64xx
DA7S-024-001DA7S-024-001 GWR 64xx DA7S-024-001  GWR 64xx Pannier Tank   O Gauge In Stock

G.W.R.  livery No. 6412 fitted with push-pull equipment for working and auto-coach.
40 of this class of locomotive were built for the Great Western Railway in 1932, based on a design that was already 60 years old.  The small 4' 7
1/2" driving wheels on the 64xx were well suited to lines with steeper gradients.

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Model designed by Lionheart Trains to a high specification.
  • Die cast running plate
  • Die-cast Boiler and firebox
  • Compensated die-cast chassis
  • Die-cast and profiled wheels
  • Powerful 5 pole motor and gearbox offering exceptional smooth performance and slow running capabilities
  • High level of separately applied detail
  • Sprung Buffers and couplings
  • Expertly applied livery
  • LED flickering firebox effect
  • 21-pin decoder socket for easy conversion to DCC Digital
  • Minimum Radius of operation 1020mm  (Lenz R2 1,029mm 3' 41/2")
£345.00
DA7S-024-002S GWR 64xx DCC Sound
DA7S-024-002SDA7S-024-002S GWR 64xx DCC Sound DA7S-024-002S  GWR 64xx Pannier Tank DCC Sound  O Gauge In Stock

G.W.R. Shirtbutton livery No. 6417 fitted with push-pull equipment for working and auto-coach.
40 of this class of locomotive were built for the Great Western Railway in 1932, based on a design that was already 60 years old.  The small 4' 7
1/2" driving wheels on the 64xx were well suited to lines with steeper gradients.

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Model designed by Lionheart Trains to a high specification.
  • Die cast running plate
  • Die-cast Boiler and firebox
  • Compensated die-cast chassis
  • Die-cast and profiled wheels
  • Powerful 5 pole motor and gearbox offering exceptional smooth performance and slow running capabilities
  • High level of separately applied detail
  • Sprung Buffers and couplings
  • Expertly applied livery
  • DCC Sound fitted 
  • Minimum Radius of operation 1020mm  (Lenz R2 1,029mm 3' 41/2")
£485.00
DA7S-024-004 BR 64xx
DA7S-024-004DA7S-024-004 BR 64xx DA7S-024-004  BR 64xx Pannier Tank   O Gauge In Stock

BR Green, Late Crest with full lining  livery No. 6439 fitted with push-pull equipment for working and auto-coach.
40 of this class of locomotive were built for the Great Western Railway in 1932, based on a design that was already 60 years old.  The small 4' 7
1/2" driving wheels on the 64xx were well suited to lines with steeper gradients.

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Model designed by Lionheart Trains to a high specification.
  • Die cast running plate
  • Die-cast Boiler and firebox
  • Compensated die-cast chassis
  • Die-cast and profiled wheels
  • Powerful 5 pole motor and gearbox offering exceptional smooth performance and slow running capabilities
  • High level of separately applied detail
  • Sprung Buffers and couplings
  • Expertly applied livery
  • 21-pin decoder interface
  • Minimum Radius of operation 1020mm  (Lenz R2 1,029mm 3' 41/2")
£345.00
DALHT-602 GWR B Set 2 coaches
DALHT-602DALHT-602 GWR B Set 2 coaches DALHT-602 GWR B Set of two coaches Leamington, Stratford and Worcestershire area   O Gauge In Stock
 

The suburban coaches were quite often seen being hauled by GWR tank locomotives such as Panniers, Prairies and other small locomotives. The coaches were built in the early 1900's and were coloured in the iconic Chocolate and Cream livery. By the late 1940's quite a few of these coaches were re-painted in BR Maroon and sold to different areas of the country which created the different regions of the BR.

These models feature lots of internal and external details which make them look stunning and a must have for O Gauge modellers, even for preserved railways. They are fitted with warm white interior lighting which can be seen through the clear windows.

This pack contains 2 highly detailed coaches.

Features:
  • Metal Wheels
  • All Wheel Pick Ups
  • Interior Lighting
  • Removable Roof for Addition of Passengers
  • Underframe Detail
  • Interior Detail (Seats / Luggage Racks)
  • Detailed Painting
  • Includes 3 Link Couplings
  • Sprung Buffers
Measurements:
  • Length Over Buffers: 440mm
  • Minimum Radius: R2 40.5" (Lenz R2 1,029mm 3' 41/2")
£399.95
Parkside PS09 LMS Vent Van
PS09 BuiltParkside PS09 LMS Vent VanPARKSIDE PS09 LMS Vent Van with corrugated ends. Diagram 1832A. Finished model   O Gauge In Stock
The LMS built 3,450 of these vans at their Wolverton Works in 1929 - 1931. The Company had clearly become a convert to ventilation by this time (cf PS07) as it sports four torpedo roof ventilators and two bonnet end vents. It was also an early example of corrugated steel ends being used in van construction.

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis.
  • Brass handrails.
  • 3 link metal coupling chain and sprung coupling hook.
  • Metal sprung buffers.
  • Metal spoked wheels in precision brass bearings
Assembled, with care, in South Northamptonshire  
£54.95
Parkside PS18 LMS Meat Van
PS18 BuiltParkside PS18 LMS Meat VanPARKSIDE PS18 LMS Meat Van. Diagram 1670. Finished model   O Gauge In Stock

400 of these vans were built at Wolverton Works in 1927 and 1930 to carry fresh meat. They would normally run in express freight trains, but they were also fitted with through steam heating pipes allowing them to be marshalled within passenger trains. They were largely supplanted by containers but could be seen until around 1960

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis.
  • Brass handrails.
  • 3 link metal coupling chain and sprung coupling hook.
  • Metal sprung buffers.
  • Metal spoked wheels in precision brass bearings
Assembled, with care, in South Northamptonshire  
£54.95
Parkside PS24 GWR 12t Van V33
PS24 BuiltParkside PS24 GWR 12t Van V33PARKSIDE PS24 GWR 12t Covered Van. Diagram V33. Finished model   O Gauge In Stock
950 wagons of this design were built between 1929 and 1933. This was one of the final designs to have a 9 foot wheel base. Withdrawal took place in the early 1960s.Regarded as "common user" and could be used by the other main line railways as well as the GWR

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis.
  • 3 link metal coupling chain and sprung coupling hook.
  • Metal sprung buffers.
  • Metal spoked wheels in precision brass bearings
Assembled, with care, in South Northamptonshire  
£54.95
Parkside PS29A GWR 12t Fruit Van Y8
PS29 BuiltParkside PS29A GWR 12t Fruit Van Y8PARKSIDE PS29 GWR 12t Fruit Van No.134152. Diagram Y8. Finished model   O Gauge In Stock
200 of these vans were built in 1937/38 to carry Guernsey tomato traffic to destinations throughout Britain. They were also used for other GWR fruit and vegetable traffic. The fleet was well used and lasted into the early 1970s. In their latter days they also might be used for general merchandise outside the fruit season.

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis.
  • 3 link metal coupling chain and sprung coupling hook.
  • Metal sprung buffers.
  • Metal spoked wheels in precision brass bearings
Assembled, with care, in South Northamptonshire  
£54.95
Parkside PS29B GWR 12t Fruit Van Y8
PS29 BuiltParkside PS29B GWR 12t Fruit Van Y8PARKSIDE PS29 GWR 12t Fruit Van No.134336. Diagram Y8. Finished model   O Gauge In Stock
200 of these vans were built in 1937/38 to carry Guernsey tomato traffic to destinations throughout Britain. They were also used for other GWR fruit and vegetable traffic. The fleet was well used and lasted into the early 1970s. In their latter days they also might be used for general merchandise outside the fruit season.

Model Specifications:
  • 1:43 scale
  • Extremely well details and accurate body shell and chassis.
  • 3 link metal coupling chain and sprung coupling hook.
  • Metal sprung buffers.
  • Metal spoked wheels in precision brass bearings
Assembled, with care, in South Northamptonshire  
£54.95


 
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