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35-202SF
LNER V2 60847 'St Peter's School' BR Lined Green (Late Crest) With DCC Sound Fitted
'OO' Gauge
Released: 11/01/22
DCC Fitted
DCC Sound
Era 5
SOUNDS: F1 - Sound On / Sound Off F2 - Brake (Non-Latching) F3 - Cylinder Drain Cocks F4 - Whistle (Playable) F5 - Normal Load / Heavy Load F6 (STATIONARY) - Firebox Door Open (red firebox light flickers) F6 (MOVING) - Firebox Door Open (red firebox light flickers and yellow light pulses in time with the exhaust) F7 - Injectors F8 - Whistle F9 - Flange Squeal F10 - Shovelling Coal (F6 must be On to activate this function) F11 - Blower (with F6 On and the locomotive stopped the red and yellow firebox lights will also flicker) F12- Hand Brake (locomotive will not move with the Hand Brake applied) F13 - Water Tank Filling F14 - Coupling/un-Coupling Clank F15 - Safety Valve F16 - Guard’s Whistle & Driver’s Response Toot F17 - Coasting F18 - Sound Fades Out/Sound Fades In F19 - Shunt Mode (reduces speed) F20 - Acceleration/Deceleration inertia off F21 - Volume Control (LATCH = Volume On/Off) or (TRIGGER = cycles 6 Volume Levels) F22 - Rail Join Clatter F23 - Rod Clank Analogue Users: Normal-load running sounds, acceleration steam chuff sounds and any other automatic and randomised sounds can be enjoyed when using this model on analogue control (DC) straight from the box - these sounds will play automatically when power is applied!
Our Price:
£280.45
R3762
R3762 LNER, Hitachi IEP Bi-Mode Class 800/1, 'Azuma' Five Car Train Pack
'OO' Gauge
Released: 10/01/22
DCC Ready (8 Pin)
Era 11
On 18 March, 2016, Sir Richard Branson unveiled the first Class 800/1 unit to be branded in Virgin Trains East Coast 'Azuma' livery at Kings Cross Station. Since then, the Hitachi fleet of IEP test trains, based at the new Doncaster Carr Depot, have completed thousands of hours of testing over the ECML and while Virgin Trains East Coast (VTEC) have been replaced as franchise holders by London North Eastern Railway (LNER), 'Azuma' five and nine car sets are due to commence public services on the East Coast Main Line during early 2019.
Our Price:
£430.19
R3957
LNER, Class 43 HST, The LNER - Farewell Tour™ Train Pack
'OO' Gauge
Released: 10/01/22
DCC Ready (8 Pin)
Era 11
Officially the fastest diesel trains in the world, the High-Speed Trains were introduced by British Rail in 1976, operating 125mph services on the Great Western Main Line and the East Coast Main Line before being introduced to other lines later. When originally built by BREL at Crewe Works, the InterCity 125 units consisting of a pair of Class 43 power units and a rake of Mk3 coaches, were considered to be diesel multiple units and allocated as Class 253 to the Western Region and Class 254 for the Eastern Region, as it was envisaged that the sets would remain in fixed formation. The original Inter-City 125 livery of yellow wrap-around ends, with the Rail Blue design being cut diagonally with grey towards the back of the loco, lasted into the early 1980s. After an iconic life of service on the East Coast Main Line, LNER removed its Inter-City 125s from service at the end of 2019. To celebrate LNER announced a farewell rail tour. The entire train was repainted in the original blue and yellow livery and the tour lasted for four days.
Our Price:
£326.69
R30026
GBRF, Class 60, Co-Co, 60026
'OO' Gauge
Released: 10/01/22
DCC Ready (8 Pin)
Era 11
The last mainline diesel locomotive type built for British Rail, the Class 60 arose from the arrival, and subsequent success, of the Class 59 locomotive. With a haulage capacity and reliability superior to the Class 31, 37 and 47 locomotives in sector service at the time, Trainload Petroleum, Metals, Construction and Coal were prompted to lobby for a new UK designed locomotive to match it. British Rail Board eventually secured the necessary treasury funding and following a difficult procurement process, the contract was finally awarded to Brush Electrical Machines of Loughborough on May 17, 1988 for 100 locomotives. Brush's design incorporated many features from the Class 59's specification, as well as their own Sepex traction control system, tested on the Class 58, to improve adhesion. The Class 60s were geared for a maximum speed of 62 mph, the power units being eight cylinder, 145 litre Blackstone 8MB275T diesel traction engines built by Mirrlees at their Stockport works, delivering a maximum power output of 3,100hp at 1000rpm. The bodyshell, shared with the Class 92 locomotives, was of a monocoque, stressed skin construction with diagonal trusses, the external bodywork providing support for the internal components and all were built by Procor (UK) of Wakefield. The first locomotive was handed over to Railfreight on time, in June 1989, but extensive teething problems (many involving computer software), meant that it took sixteen months before the first of the Class were accepted and nearly four years to introduce all 100 of the Class 60 locomotives to service. By the time the Class 60 fleet entered service, Trainload's Sector businesses had given way to 'shadow' privatisation and the formation, in 1994, of Loadhaul, Transrail and Mainline Freight with the Class 60 fleet split equally between them. English, Welsh and Scottish Railway bought the whole Class 60 fleet as part of British Railway's privatisation, reallocating the entire Class 60 fleet to Toton as a cost cutting measure and to pool common parts. By 2003/4, a number of locomotives were stored as surplus to operational requirements. In 2007 EWS became part of DB Schenker and at the end of October 2010, the entire Class 60 fleet was mothballed, with the exception of 60040 The Territorial Army Centenary and 60074 Teenage Cancer Trust. By the end of 2011, two more locomotives were returned to service, followed by an announcement that 21 further Class 60s were to be overhauled in 2012, this being completed by the end of 2013. Since then, the fortunes of the Class 60 Fleet have ebbed and flowed, with locomotives being sold, re-sold and leased, but in 2019 the majority of locomotives are owned by DB Cargo (UK), with Beacon Rail and GBRf also owning vehicles. Of the 100 locomotives in operation, 71 are in storage; DB Cargo (UK) preferring to rotate its operational Class 60s, with around fourteen being in service at any one time. Following their acquisition of ten Class 66 locomotives from DB Cargo and a further sixteen Class 56 locomotives, in June 2018 GBRf continued the expansion of their heavy rail fleet by reaching an agreement with Colas Rail to take over the operation of that company's fleet of ten Class 60 units. On 2 October 2019, in partnership with Beacon Rail Leasing, GBRf released the newly named 60026 Helvellyn into traffic wearing Beacon Rail's Royal Blue livery, with GBRf branding. 60026 was named Helvellyn after one of the original Class 44 Peak locomotives and the style of the locomotive's new nameplate reflected that heritage.
Our Price:
£206.09
R60045
Touax, KFA Container Wagon, with 3 x 20 Tanktainers
'OO' Gauge
Released: 14/12/21
Era 11
Our Price:
£41.63
R60046
Touax, KFA Container Wagon, with 3 x 20 Tanktainers
'OO' Gauge
Released: 14/12/21
Era 11
Our Price:
£41.63
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