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4D-006-001 Class 73
DA4D-006-0014D-006-001 Class 73

Dapol 4D-006-001 Class 73 105   OO Gauge In Stock

4D-006-001 Class 73 105 BR Large Logo Blue

Special Offer £89 (rrp £146.20)

Following reviews of the class73 we have stripped and re-lubricated this model to eradicate the sticky grease that Dapol used.  The model has also been tested on R2 reverse curves and runs fine

The Dapol OO gauge model Class 73 features:
• Detailed body with etched roof fan grilles and separately fitted handrails
• Finely detailed cast wheels
• Metal sprung buffers
• 5 pole Super creep motor with twin brass fly wheels for controlled pulling power and incredible slow running speed
• All wheel drive and pick up
• Directional lights and cab lighting
• Accessory bag with optional fitted components
• Separately etched name and number plates
• Alternate valance supplied for negotiating tighter radius curves

4D-009-005 OO GAUGE CLASS 121 Silverlink 55027
DA4D-009-0054D-009-005 OO GAUGE CLASS 121 Silverlink 55027

Dapol 4D-009-005 OO GAUGE Class 121 Silverlink 55027   OO Gauge In Stock

Local Flavour - 55027 was based at Bletchley depot and used on the Marston Vale line - Bletchley to Bedford.

Special Price £75 (rrp £145)

Sixteen Class 121 single-car, double-ended driving motor vehicles were built from 1960, numbered 55020–55035. These were supplemented by ten single-ended trailer vehicles, numbered 56280–56289 (later renumbered 54280–54289). They have a top speed of 70 mph, with slam-doors, and vacuum brakes. The driving motor vehicles were nicknamed "Bubble cars".

The Dapol Model of the Class 121 and 122 include:

  • Finely moulded body with many separately added fine details
  • Accurately applied livery
  • DCC ready 21-pin decoder
  • Cast wheels with fine relief and appropriate colouring
  • Tungsten chassis and all wheel pick up
  • NEM pockets as standard
  • Independently controllable and switchable directional lighting
  • Dapol’s 5 Pole Skew wound Mega creep motor for smooth running and fine speed control
  • Accessory bag with spares and other optional detail


4D-011-005 Streamlined Railcar GWR
DA4D-011-0054D-011-005 Streamlined Railcar GWR

Dapol 4D-011-005 Streamlined Railcar GWR Monogram Choc/Cream 12 OO Gauge In Stock

New Item 2020  - Special £110  (rrp £148.70)
The first diesel railcar was introduced by the GWR in 1933. The innovation was to prove extremely successful and they continued in operation well into the 1960s when their use was eclipsed by the introduction of the BR first generation DMUs. The railcar’s art deco air smoothed styling has lead to their nickname of `Flying Banana’ although later variants were produced to a more angular style. In all 38 GWR diesel railcars were produced from 1933 to 1942 at three different sites with three surviving into preservation.

The Dapol Steamlined Rail Car includes the following features:
• Accurately moulded body and accurately applied livery and decoration
• Finely detailed cast wheels
• Metal sprung buffers
• 5 pole Super creep motor for superbly controllable slow running speed
• All wheel drive and pick up
• Directional lights
• Interior lighting
• DCC Ready with provision for a 21 pin decoder



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