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70261 DR V60 Diesel Locomotive
RO7026170261 DR V60 Diesel Locomotive

 Roco  70261 DR V60 Diesel Locomotive DCC Sound EpIII HO In Stock

Sold out at Roco - Last available at A&H

£215.00
70264 DR Br106 Diesel Locomotive
RO7026470264 DR Br106 Diesel Locomotive

 Roco  70264 DR Br106 Diesel Locomotive DCC Sound EpIV HO In Stock

Sold out at Roco - Last available at A&H

£215.00
70752 DB Br215 Diesel Locomotive
RO7075270752 DB Br215 Diesel Locomotive

 Roco  70752 DB Br215 Diesel Locomotive DCC Sound EpIV HO In Stock

Sold out at Roco - Last available at A&H

£229.00
70373 CSD M152 Diesel Railcar DCC Sound
RO7037370373 CSD M152 Diesel Railcar DCC Sound

 Roco  70373 CSD M152.0 Railcar. DCC Sound EpIV. HO In Stock

Diesel railcar class M 152.0 of the Czechoslovakian State Railways. Model in current design available with trailer type Blm.

New design !

* Authentic lettering and livery correspond to the first delivery series
* Model with separately applied wipers
* Plug-in parts are attached to the railcar to provide an authentic reproduction of the front skirt
* The model is available with onboard decoder and digitally switchable light and sound functions.
■ Ex works with function decoder in the trailer

In order to replace the outdated railcars of the M 131.1 series, the Czechoslovakian State Railways railways procured new two-axle diesel railcars with the serial number M 152.0. This machine series powered by a 155 kW six-cylinder in-line motor, was delivered from 1975 on, and reached a top speed of 80 km / h. In the passenger compartment there were 56 seats available. The original design of the CSD comprises the red-cream livery, the light grey roof, the grey frame and the black chassis. They were used, with and without caboose, on all branch lines of the former Czechoslovakia.


New Item 2020
Our Price £315 (rrp £355) 

£315.00
72002  FS D.225 DCC Sound
RO7200272002 FS D.225 DCC Sound

 Roco  72002 FS D.225 Diesel Locomotive. DCC Sound and uncoupling EpIV. HO In Stock

Diesel locomotive class 225 of the Italian Sate Railways, Epoch IV.

5 pole motor with flywheel. Drive on one axle. LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. Digitally switchable electric coupling. Model with onboard decoder and digitally switchable sound and light functions

■ Complete new construction
■ With a new developed electronic coupling for the first time
■ Rich detailing on the model with many separately attached plug-in parts and freestanding handles
■ Model in true to the original light and sound functions 

New Item 2020 - Sold out at Roco - Last available at A&H
Our Price £239 (rrp £260) 

£239.00
72813 SNCF 030DB   DCC Sound
RO7281372813 SNCF 030DB DCC Sound

 Roco  72813 SNCF 030DB Diesel locomotive.  DCC Sound  EpIII. HO In Stock

Diesel locomotive class 030-DB of the French State Railways.

* Delicate freestanding handles
* SNCF version available for the first time !

At the end of the Second World War ten locomotives of the German Type WR 360 C 14 remained in France. There they were mainly used for shunting services in the north of the country and operated until 1973.

New Item 2020 
Our Price £199 (rrp £225) - Sold out at Roco - Last available at A&H

£199.00
ESU 31000 DB V160 Sound and exhaust smoke
ESU31000ESU 31000 DB V160 Sound and exhaust smoke
E.S.U.  31000 DB V160 Diesel Locomotive No. V160 130. Old Red livery. DCC Sound and Exhaust Smoke. EpIII.  HO In Stock

The DB diesel locomotive type program of the 1950s had a gap between the 1100 hp V100 and the twin-engine V200, which the Bundesbahn filled with the single-engine V160 from 1960. In order to achieve the desired maximum axle load of only 18.5 t, consistent lightweight construction was necessary. Nine of the ten pre-series machines affectionately referred to as Lollo because of the conspicuous rounding of the end faces after the Italian film actress Gina Lollobrigida were handed over to DB in August 1960. The tenth received a cost-effective edgy forehead, which, however, provided a slightly advantageous appearance by retaining the frame. The V160s, which were built in series from 1964, then had a continuous frame and have shaped the image of the DB line diesel locomotives ever since. The Daimler-Benz type MB 839 Bb (later MTU MB16 V 652 TB) was chosen as the driving engine. The 1900 hp sixteen-cylinder unit had turbochargers and charge air cooling and accelerated the V160 to 120 km/h. Since the Bundesbahn did not see the need for all V160s to be equipped with multiple traction and reversing train control, these devices were only installed in V160 026-035, 083-104, 130-169 and 185-199. You can therefore send your ESU models over the system with peace of mind with a reversing pull. The V160 proved to be very reliable from the start and was used in front of freight, passenger and even express trains. The four-axle trains were also encouraged to carry passenger trains, for which the stronger and faster V200 was intended. In freight transport, for example, the locomotives had to prove themselves as a replacement for failed Steam-44s. In 1977, when the last of the heavy five-couplers were sold at DB and at the same time new 218 were delivered, the stock of the 216 in the Ruhr area was increased and the locomotives were increasingly used in freight traffic.

Technical details:

Newly designed frame and housing

Structure and frame made of metal

Broken fan grille in the roof, etched running grille

Multi-part bogie apertures with real steel springs

Separately attached handle bars and steps

Spring-loaded buffers

Coupling in backdrop-guided NEM shaft

Five-pole ESU engine with two flywheels

Drive via gimbal/worm gearbox on three axles, two adhesive tyres

LokSound 5 decoder for DCC, Motorola®, M4 and Selectrix operation

Self-registration at control panels with RailComPlus® or mfx functionality

PowerPack storage capacitor for uninterruptible power supply

Loudspeaker with large sound capsule for maximum sound enjoyment

Universal electronics with plug-in grinder and slide switch for switching between two-wire and middle-wire operation

Smoke generators in sync with the locomotive sound

Digitized original noise of a 216

Sensor-controlled curve noise during slow cornering

Direction-dependent light change, switch-off peak signal on the side, shunting, driver's cab and driver's console lighting

Brake sparks when braking sharply

Pipette for filling the smoke generator and a second coupling are available at

Navigable minimum radius = 360 mm

Length over buffer = 184 mm

£399.00
ESU 31001 DB Br216 Sound and exhaust smoke
ESU31001ESU 31001 DB Br216 Sound and exhaust smoke
E.S.U.  31001 DB Br216 Diesel Locomotive No. 216 216. Ocean Blue and Beige livery. DCC Sound and Exhaust Smoke. EpIV.  HO In Stock

The DB diesel locomotive type program of the 1950s had a gap between the 1100 hp V100 and the twin-engine V200, which the Bundesbahn filled with the single-engine V160 from 1960. In order to achieve the desired maximum axle load of only 18.5 t, consistent lightweight construction was necessary. Nine of the ten pre-series machines affectionately referred to as Lollo because of the conspicuous rounding of the end faces after the Italian film actress Gina Lollobrigida were handed over to DB in August 1960. The tenth received a cost-effective edgy forehead, which, however, provided a slightly advantageous appearance by retaining the frame. The V160s, which were built in series from 1964, then had a continuous frame and have shaped the image of the DB line diesel locomotives ever since. The Daimler-Benz type MB 839 Bb (later MTU MB16 V 652 TB) was chosen as the driving engine. The 1900 hp sixteen-cylinder unit had turbochargers and charge air cooling and accelerated the V160 to 120 km/h. Since the Bundesbahn did not see the need for all V160s to be equipped with multiple traction and reversing train control, these devices were only installed in V160 026-035, 083-104, 130-169 and 185-199. You can therefore send your ESU models over the system with peace of mind with a reversing pull. The V160 proved to be very reliable from the start and was used in front of freight, passenger and even express trains. The four-axle trains were also encouraged to carry passenger trains, for which the stronger and faster V200 was intended. In freight transport, for example, the locomotives had to prove themselves as a replacement for failed Steam-44s. In 1977, when the last of the heavy five-couplers were sold at DB and at the same time new 218 were delivered, the stock of the 216 in the Ruhr area was increased and the locomotives were increasingly used in freight traffic.

Technical details:

Newly designed frame and housing

Structure and frame made of metal

Broken fan grille in the roof, etched running grille

Multi-part bogie apertures with real steel springs

Separately attached handle bars and steps

Spring-loaded buffers

Coupling in backdrop-guided NEM shaft

Five-pole ESU engine with two flywheels

Drive via gimbal/worm gearbox on three axles, two adhesive tyres

LokSound 5 decoder for DCC, Motorola®, M4 and Selectrix operation

Self-registration at control panels with RailComPlus® or mfx functionality

PowerPack storage capacitor for uninterruptible power supply

Loudspeaker with large sound capsule for maximum sound enjoyment

Universal electronics with plug-in grinder and slide switch for switching between two-wire and middle-wire operation

Smoke generators in sync with the locomotive sound

Digitized original noise of a 216

Sensor-controlled curve noise during slow cornering

Direction-dependent light change, switch-off peak signal on the side, shunting, driver's cab and driver's console lighting

Brake sparks when braking sharply

Pipette for filling the smoke generator and a second coupling are available at

Navigable minimum radius = 360 mm

Length over buffer = 184 mm

£399.00
ESU 31002 DB Br216 Sound and exhaust smoke
ESU31002ESU 31002 DB Br216 Sound and exhaust smoke
E.S.U.  31002 DB Br216 Diesel Locomotive No. 216 156. Old red livery. DCC Sound and Exhaust Smoke. EpIV.  HO In Stock

The DB diesel locomotive type program of the 1950s had a gap between the 1100 hp V100 and the twin-engine V200, which the Bundesbahn filled with the single-engine V160 from 1960. In order to achieve the desired maximum axle load of only 18.5 t, consistent lightweight construction was necessary. Nine of the ten pre-series machines affectionately referred to as Lollo because of the conspicuous rounding of the end faces after the Italian film actress Gina Lollobrigida were handed over to DB in August 1960. The tenth received a cost-effective edgy forehead, which, however, provided a slightly advantageous appearance by retaining the frame. The V160s, which were built in series from 1964, then had a continuous frame and have shaped the image of the DB line diesel locomotives ever since. The Daimler-Benz type MB 839 Bb (later MTU MB16 V 652 TB) was chosen as the driving engine. The 1900 hp sixteen-cylinder unit had turbochargers and charge air cooling and accelerated the V160 to 120 km/h. Since the Bundesbahn did not see the need for all V160s to be equipped with multiple traction and reversing train control, these devices were only installed in V160 026-035, 083-104, 130-169 and 185-199. You can therefore send your ESU models over the system with peace of mind with a reversing pull. The V160 proved to be very reliable from the start and was used in front of freight, passenger and even express trains. The four-axle trains were also encouraged to carry passenger trains, for which the stronger and faster V200 was intended. In freight transport, for example, the locomotives had to prove themselves as a replacement for failed Steam-44s. In 1977, when the last of the heavy five-couplers were sold at DB and at the same time new 218 were delivered, the stock of the 216 in the Ruhr area was increased and the locomotives were increasingly used in freight traffic.

Technical details:

Newly designed frame and housing

Structure and frame made of metal

Broken fan grille in the roof, etched running grille

Multi-part bogie apertures with real steel springs

Separately attached handle bars and steps

Spring-loaded buffers

Coupling in backdrop-guided NEM shaft

Five-pole ESU engine with two flywheels

Drive via gimbal/worm gearbox on three axles, two adhesive tyres

LokSound 5 decoder for DCC, Motorola®, M4 and Selectrix operation

Self-registration at control panels with RailComPlus® or mfx functionality

PowerPack storage capacitor for uninterruptible power supply

Loudspeaker with large sound capsule for maximum sound enjoyment

Universal electronics with plug-in grinder and slide switch for switching between two-wire and middle-wire operation

Smoke generators in sync with the locomotive sound

Digitized original noise of a 216

Sensor-controlled curve noise during slow cornering

Direction-dependent light change, switch-off peak signal on the side, shunting, driver's cab and driver's console lighting

Brake sparks when braking sharply

Pipette for filling the smoke generator and a second coupling are available at

Navigable minimum radius = 360 mm

Length over buffer = 184 mm

£399.00
ESU 31300 MRCE G1000 Diesel locomotive DCC Sound
ESU31300ESU 31300 MRCE G1000 Diesel locomotive DCC Sound
E.S.U.  31300 MRCE G1000 Diesel Locomotive No. 500 1578. Black livery. DCC Sound. Ep6.  HO In Stock

At the beginning of the 2000s, the Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB ordered 90 Class 2070 shunting locomotives from the Kiel MaK mechanical engineering department.  The locomotive construction in Kiel was taken over by Vossloh and further developed. As a more powerful version of the G800, the G1000, equipped with an MTU eight-cylinder diesel engine, was launched on the same chassis. The 1100 kW (at 1860 rpm) and 100 km/h fast locomotive can be ordered for axle loads from 18 to 20 t and with country packages for right and left traffic. Between 2002 and 2016, Vossloh delivered 103 copies to railways in Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Deutsche Bahn was also interested in the four-axle and rented locomotives from various landlords for several years. The locomotives reliably provided freight services in almost all federal states. The locomotives are used in heavy shunting service, but also in front of local freight trains. Some G1000 belong to locomotive rental companies such as Northrail in Germany or Ferrotract in France and are employed within the respective national borders, for example, in all sectors of medium-heavy local freight transport, but also in the factory traffic of large industrial enterprises or in sea and inland ports. Various owners such as Spitzke Logistik (D) or Colas Rail (F) use the reliable four-axle axles in construction train traffic. Even after delivery of the Voith Gravita, DB occasionally uses borrowed G1000 in the event of vehicle bottlenecks.

Technical details:
  • Structure and frame made of metal

  • Detailed fan grilles in the front body

  • Elaborately detailed cab

  • Multi-part bogie apertures

  • Separately attached handle bars

  • Detailed steps

  • Country-specific arrangement of the control panels and exhaust systems

  • Digital coupling in NEM shaft

  • Five-pole motor with two flywheels

  • Drive via gimbal/worm gearbox on all axles, two adhesive tyres

  • LokSound 5 decoder for DCC, Motorola ®, M4 and Selectrix operation

  • Self-registration at control panels with RailComPlus® or mfx functionality

  • PowerPack storage capacitor for uninterruptible power supply

  • Loudspeaker with large sound capsule for maximum sound enjoyment

  • Universal electronics for switching between two-rail and three rail operation

  • Digitalized original noise of a Vossloh G1000 BB

  • Sensor-controlled curve noise during slow cornering

  • Direction-dependent light change, switch-off peak signal on the side, shunting, cab and driver's cab

  • Switchable step lighting

  • Brake sparks when braking sharply

  • Navigable minimum radius = 360 mm

  • Length over buffer = 161 mm

£379.00
ESU 31302 HGK G1000 Diesel locomotive DCC Sound
ESU31302ESU 31302 HGK G1000 Diesel locomotive DCC Sound
E.S.U.  31302 HGK G1000 Diesel Locomotive DH49. Traffic red livery. DCC Sound. Ep6.  HO In Stock

At the beginning of the 2000s, the Austrian Federal Railways ÖBB ordered 90 Class 2070 shunting locomotives from the Kiel MaK mechanical engineering department.  The locomotive construction in Kiel was taken over by Vossloh and further developed. As a more powerful version of the G800, the G1000, equipped with an MTU eight-cylinder diesel engine, was launched on the same chassis. The 1100 kW (at 1860 rpm) and 100 km/h fast locomotive can be ordered for axle loads from 18 to 20 t and with country packages for right and left traffic. Between 2002 and 2016, Vossloh delivered 103 copies to railways in Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg and Switzerland. Deutsche Bahn was also interested in the four-axle and rented locomotives from various landlords for several years. The locomotives reliably provided freight services in almost all federal states. The locomotives are used in heavy shunting service, but also in front of local freight trains. Some G1000 belong to locomotive rental companies such as Northrail in Germany or Ferrotract in France and are employed within the respective national borders, for example, in all sectors of medium-heavy local freight transport, but also in the factory traffic of large industrial enterprises or in sea and inland ports. Various owners such as Spitzke Logistik (D) or Colas Rail (F) use the reliable four-axle axles in construction train traffic. Even after delivery of the Voith Gravita, DB occasionally uses borrowed G1000 in the event of vehicle bottlenecks.

Technical details:
  • Structure and frame made of metal

  • Detailed fan grilles in the front body

  • Elaborately detailed cab

  • Multi-part bogie apertures

  • Separately attached handle bars

  • Detailed steps

  • Country-specific arrangement of the control panels and exhaust systems

  • Digital coupling in NEM shaft

  • Five-pole motor with two flywheels

  • Drive via gimbal/worm gearbox on all axles, two adhesive tyres

  • LokSound 5 decoder for DCC, Motorola ®, M4 and Selectrix operation

  • Self-registration at control panels with RailComPlus® or mfx functionality

  • PowerPack storage capacitor for uninterruptible power supply

  • Loudspeaker with large sound capsule for maximum sound enjoyment

  • Universal electronics for switching between two-rail and three rail operation

  • Digitalized original noise of a Vossloh G1000 BB

  • Sensor-controlled curve noise during slow cornering

  • Direction-dependent light change, switch-off peak signal on the side, shunting, cab and driver's cab

  • Switchable step lighting

  • Brake sparks when braking sharply

  • Navigable minimum radius = 360 mm

  • Length over buffer = 161 mm

£379.00
Jaegerndorfer 20712  ÖBB Rh2070 DCC Sound
JC20712Jaegerndorfer 20712 ÖBB Rh2070 DCC Sound

Jägerndorfer  20712 ÖBB Rh2070 DCC Sound Ep6  HO In Stock

Factory fitted ESU Loksound V5.0  DCC Sound decoder. Loco has metal body and chassis

£319.00
MB-072  SNCF Track inspection Railcar DU-65
REE MB-072MB-072 SNCF Track inspection Railcar DU-65

 REE Modeles  MB-072 SNCF Track Inspection Railcar DU-65.   HO  In Stock
 

DU-65 5M154 EpIII

Technical characteristics:
2-rail DC (Analog) Model
Completely hidden motor
Model constructed from more than 170 pieces
Delicacy and robustness of materials
Numerous fine metal detail pieces
Rear Coupling - NEM363 wedge coupler pocket on a close coupling mechanism
Minimum radius : 320 mm
LED directional headlights and interior lighting

£149.50
MB-074  SNCF Track inspection Railcar DU-65
REE MB-074MB-074 SNCF Track inspection Railcar DU-65

 REE Modeles  MB-074 SNCF Track Inspection Railcar DU-65.   HO In Stock

DU-65 6.042 EpIV SNCF Logo encadré

Technical characteristics:
2-rail DC (Analog) Model
Completely hidden motor
Model constructed from more than 170 pieces
Delicacy and robustness of materials
Numerous fine metal detail pieces
Rear Coupling - NEM363 wedge coupler pocket on a close coupling mechanism
Minimum radius : 360 mm
LED directional headlights and interior lighting

£149.50
MB-075S  SNCF Track inspection Railcar DU-65
REE MB-075SMB-075S SNCF Track inspection Railcar DU-65

 REE Modeles  MB-075S SNCF Track Inspection Railcar DU-65. DCC Sound  HO  In Stock
 

DU-65 6.044 NORD EpV SNCF Logo nouille 

Technical characteristics:
Completely hidden motor, decoder and speaker
Model constructed from more than 170 pieces
Delicacy and robustness of materials
Numerous fine metal detail pieces
Rear Coupling - NEM363 wedge coupler pocket on a close coupling mechanism
Minimum radius : 360 mm
LED directional headlights and interior lighting
Sound Decoder Zimo with characteristic sounds of DU-65 Draisine

£259.50
MB-117S  SNCF Renault VH Autorail  DCC Sound
REE MB-117SMB-117S SNCF Renault VH Autorail DCC Sound

 REE Modeles  MB-117S SNCF Renault VH Autorail. X-2116 ex-PLM MONTLUÇON. Livery: Rubis/Gris Perle. DCC Sound  EpIII   HO In Stock

Sold out at REE - Last available at A&H

X-2116 Renault VH EpIII

Technical characteristics:
2-rail DCC Sound Model
Completely hidden motor
Model constructed from a large number of separate pieces
Delicacy and robustness of materials
Numerous fine metal detail pieces
Minimum radius : 360 mm
LED directional headlights and interior lighting

£325.00
Rapido 14100 EMD FL9 Diesel locomotive New Haven
Rapido 14100Rapido 14100 EMD FL9 Diesel locomotive New Haven
Rapido Trains Inc.  14100 EMD FL9 Diesel Locomotive No. 2002. New Haven livery. EpIV/V.  HO In Stock
 

Special Price £215 (rrp £284.50)

Rapido have produced an all new model of the dual power FL9. These units were upgraded in the mid 1980s and some received classic liveries from companies no longer in existence.

US models are a bit of a departure for me but these turned up at one of our wholesalers and they really look good - the side grills and roof details are particularly fine as is the application of the livery

The model has illuminated Headlamps, number boards and driver ladder lights

£215.00
Rapido 14104 EMD FL9 Diesel locomotive NYC Metro North
Rapido 14104Rapido 14104 EMD FL9 Diesel locomotive NYC Metro North
Rapido Trains Inc.  14104 EMD FL9 Diesel Locomotive No. 2012. NYC livery Metro North. EpIV/V.  HO In Stock

Special Price £215 (rrp £284.50)

Rapido have produced an all new model of the dual power FL9. These units were upgraded in the mid 1980s and some received classic liveries from companies no longer in existence.

US models are a bit of a departure for me but these turned up at one of our wholesalers and they really look good - the side grills and roof details are particularly fine as is the application of the livery

The model has illuminated Headlamps, number boards and driver ladder lights

£215.00
Rapido 14114 EMD FL9 Diesel locomotive Amtrak
Rapido 14114Rapido 14114 EMD FL9 Diesel locomotive Amtrak
Rapido Trains Inc.  14114 EMD FL9 Diesel Locomotive No. 484. Amtrak Phase 3. EpIV/V.  HO In Stock

Special Price £215 (rrp £284.50)

Rapido have produced an all new model of the dual power FL9. These units were upgraded in the mid 1980s and some received classic liveries from companies no longer in existence.

US models are a bit of a departure for me but these turned up at one of our wholesalers and they really look good - the side grills and roof details are particularly fine as is the application of the livery

The model has illuminated Headlamps, number boards and driver ladder lights

£215.00


 
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