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Hornby Late BR Standard 2MT 2-6-0 No.78000 Hornby Late BR Standard 2MT 2-6-0 No.78000
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Product Info 78000 entered traffic at Oswestry on 27 December 1952 along with the other nine 2MT locomotives from the first batch, displacing the GWR Dean Goods and Cambrian Railways' 0-6-0s from their local passenger and freight duties. As the new locomotives and their crews became accustomed to their new operating areas, they were dispersed to other sheds and so 78000 found itself allocated to M…
Hornby BR, A4 Class, 4-6-2, 60030 'Golden Fleece' Hornby BR, A4 Class, 4-6-2, 60030 'Golden Fleece'
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Hornby R3994 BR, A4 Class, 4-6-2, 60030 'Golden Fleece' Product Info LNER 4495 'Great Snipe', soon after renamed 'Golden Fleece' was delivered from Doncaster Works in 1937. After entering service 'Golden Fleece' was chosen to haul the 'West Riding Limited', effectively another 'Coronation' express but serving Newcastle and Bradford rather than Edinburgh. Under Thompson's 1946 numbering scheme the…
Hornby LNER, A4 Class, 4-6-2, 4491 'Commonwealth Of Australia' Hornby LNER, A4 Class, 4-6-2, 4491 'Commonwealth Of Australia'
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Hornby LNER, A4 Class, 4-6-2, 4491 'Commonwealth Of Australia' Product Info One of the streamlined A4 Class created by Sir Nigel Gresley, 'Commonwealth of Australia' bore the original LNER number 4491, before its change to No. 12, and 60012 under British Railways. Entering service in 22 June 1937, 'Commonwealth of Australia was withdrawn in 20 August 1964 after 27 years of service under both Group…
Hornby R2844 BR Early ST Lawrence Hornby R2844 BR Early ST Lawrence
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R2844 BR Early ST Lawrence
Hornby R30010 Hitachi Sentinel 0-4-0, Chiaki Ueda - Era 11 Hornby R30010 Hitachi Sentinel 0-4-0, Chiaki Ueda - Era 11
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Hornby R30010 Hitachi, Sentinel, 0-4-0, 'Chiaki Ueda' - Era 11 Founded as Ally & MacLellan, Glasgow in 1875 and then later known as the Sentinel Wagon Works Ltd, the company went through various place and name changes until in 1957 Sentinel (Shrewsbury) Ltd was obtained by Rolls-Royce. At that time Sentinel were producing steam locomotives and lorries, but the manufacturing of these vehicles cease…
Hornby R30015 PO Class 08 0-6-0 604 Hornby R30015 PO Class 08 0-6-0 604 "Phantom"
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Hornby R30115 PO, Class 08, 0-6-0, 604 'Phantom' - Era 10 After its 1993 withdrawal from Derby Works, D3771 was purchased and became a permanent resident of the Great Western Society. In 2010 the locomotive was given plain green livery, then repainted again into BR blue. Throughout this period the locomotive was named 'Phantom' and numbered 604.
Hornby R3003 BR 4-6-0 Barnsley B17/6 Class - Late BR Hornby R3003 BR 4-6-0 Barnsley B17/6 Class - Late BR
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Hornby R3003 BR  4-6-0 Class B17/6 "Barnsley" Suitable rolling stock: R4651, R4652, R4653, R4648, R4649, R4675, R4650, R4521B, R4522B By the mid I 920's there was a critical need for locomotives suitable for the increasing passenger traffic on the GE District (formerly Great Eastern Railway) but track limitations prevented the transfer of locomotives from other regions. Nigel Gresley was required…
Hornby R3004 BR 4-6-0 Class B17/2 Serlby Hall Weathered edition Hornby R3004 BR 4-6-0 Class B17/2 Serlby Hall Weathered edition
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Hornby R3004 BR 4-6-0 Class B17/3 'Serlby Hall' Weathered Editiion DCC Ready By the mid I 920's there was a critical need for locomotives suitable for the increasing passenger traffic on the GE District (formerly Great Eastern Railway) but track limitations prevented the transfer of locomotives from other regions. Nigel Gresley was required by the LNER to produce a 4-6-0 design to supplement the e…
Hornby R30085 NCB Sentinel, 0-6-0 Stanton No. 57 - Era 7 Hornby R30085 NCB Sentinel, 0-6-0 Stanton No. 57 - Era 7
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R30085 NCB, Sentinel, 0-6-0, Stanton No. 57 - Era 7 Founded as Ally & MacLellan, Glasgow in 1875 and then later known as the Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd, the company went through various place and name changes until in 1957 Sentinel (Shrewsbury) Ltd was obtained by Rolls-Royce. At that time Sentinel were producing steam locomotives and lorries, but the manufacturing of these vehicles ceased in 1958.…
Hornby R30109 Hornby Dublo: BR, Princess Coronation Class, 4-6-2, 46250 City of Lichfield Hornby R30109 Hornby Dublo: BR, Princess Coronation Class, 4-6-2, 46250 City of Lichfield
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R30109 Hornby Dublo: BR, Princess Coronation Class, 4-6-2, 46250 'City of Lichfield' - Era 5 Product Info A 'Coronation' Class created in the latter half of the Class's life, No. 46250 was named after the Staffordshire city rather than a Princess, a Queen, or commemorative event. Indeed, all later 'Coronation' Class locomotives from 6235 to 6257 were named in this manner aside from the penultimate…
Hornby R30121 BR, Class 08, 0-6-0, 13079 Hornby R30121 BR, Class 08, 0-6-0, 13079
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Hornby R30121 BR, Class 08, 0-6-0, 13079 As the standard BR general purpose diesel shunter, the 08 Class became a familiar sight at major stations and freight yards. Although a large proportion of the Class have been withdrawn, sold, or scrapped, 08064 escaped destruction. The locomotive currently resides at the NRM, preserved and operational.
Hornby R30125 BR, W1 Class `Hush Hush` Streamlined, 4-6-4, 60700 Hornby R30125 BR, W1 Class `Hush Hush` Streamlined, 4-6-4, 60700
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Hornby R30125 BR, W1 Class 'Hush Hush' Streamlined, 4-6-4, 60700 Product Info Having been rebuilt with a conventional boiler and A4 style streamlining in 1937, the W1 ‘Hush-Hush’ continued to serve with LNER and later British Railways. Under BR the locomotive was renumbered 60700 and used to operate regular services out of Kings Cross to Leeds and Cambridge, remaining with BR until scrapping in 19…
Hornby R30126 LNER, W1 Class `Hush Hush` (Smoke Lifting Cowl), 4-6-4, 10000 Hornby R30126 LNER, W1 Class `Hush Hush` (Smoke Lifting Cowl), 4-6-4, 10000
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Hornby R30126 LNER, W1 Class 'Hush Hush' (Smoke Lifting Cowl), 4-6-4, 10000 Product Info At the end of January 1935, a Kychap double blastpipe and chimney was fitted to the W1, which eventually required the fitting of a smoke lifting cowl for better smoke clearance. On August 21, 1935. 10000 was returned to Darlington for the last time in its original form, having covered another 20,823 miles sinc…
Hornby R30135 BR, Princess Royal Class `The Turbomotive`, 4-6-2, 46202 Hornby R30135 BR, Princess Royal Class `The Turbomotive`, 4-6-2, 46202
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Hornby R30135 BR, Princess Royal Class 'The Turbomotive', 4-6-2, 46202 Product Info With the nationalisation of Britain’s railways, the ‘Princess Royal’ Class Turbomotive later shed its LMS insignia, to be replaced with the new emblem of British Rail and a black livery shortly after receiving its new crest. After a long period of general repair, Turbomotive returned to the main line in 1947 under…
Hornby R30142 Loram, Class 08, 0-6-0, 08632 Hornby R30142 Loram, Class 08, 0-6-0, 08632
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R30142 Loram, Class 08, 0-6-0, 08632 Loram UK Ltd. offers a complete range of rolling stock engineering and restoration services as well as other track focused infrastructure operations with their Class 08 number 08632 being undoubtedly kept busy.
Hornby R30146 ScotRail Class 153,157305 Era 11 Hornby R30146 ScotRail Class 153,157305 Era 11
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Hornby R30146 ScotRail Class 153  157305  Era 11 Product Info Originally built as a two-car Class 155 ‘Super Sprinter’ by British Leyland between 1987 and 1988, using a construction technique similar to that used in the Pacers. Pre-formed panels were riveted together, creating a lightweight body on a welded floor assembly. Powered by a 285hp Cummins NT855-R5 Diesel, working through a Voith Hydraul…
Hornby R30150 GBRf, Class 66, Co-Co, 66748 Hornby R30150 GBRf, Class 66, Co-Co, 66748
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R30150 GBRf, Class 66, Co-Co, 66748 One of the newer Class 66 operating in the UK, the Beacon Rail owned locomotive first entered the country through the Channel Tunnel clad in plain grey livery at the end of 2012. After reaching GB Railfreight the livery was updated to include orange GBRF lettering, with minor modifications occurring to ready the locomotive for service in the UK. The locomotive r…
Hornby R30152 GBRf, Class 66, Co-Co, 66793 Hornby R30152 GBRf, Class 66, Co-Co, 66793
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R30152 GBRf, Class 66, Co-Co, 66793 Class 66 No. 6608 began its life working in Europe for Netherlands based ERS Railways in December 2003. In 2009 the locomotive was bought by Beacon Rail Leasing and given the name 'Dave Meehan'. In March 2021 GB Railfreight renumbered the locomotive 66793 and unveiled a recreation of the British Railfreight Construction livery, featuring contrasting tones of gre…
Hornby R30156 BR Class 60 Co-Co 60001 Steadfast Hornby R30156 BR Class 60 Co-Co 60001 Steadfast
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Hornby R30156 BR Class 60 60001"Steadfast" Era 8 No. 60001, the first of the Class 60s to be delivered, was handed over to British Rail in 1989 after being ordered only 13 months earlier. The locomotive was named 'Steadfast' as the result of a suggestion competition. 'Steadfast' would go on to be operated by EWS until an engine failure in 2006, which forced the locomotive out of service until an o…
Hornby R30165 LNER Class 91 Bo-Bo Flying Scotsman No 91101 Hornby R30165 LNER Class 91 Bo-Bo Flying Scotsman No 91101
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Hornby R30165 LNER Cass 91 Bo-Bo 'Flying Scotsman' N0 911101 91001, the first of the Class, was built in April 1988 and soon unveiled to the press. The Locomotive was named 'Swallow' and carried the InterCity Swallow Livery until privatisation in 1996. Refurbished and named 'City of London' under GNER, the locomotive was re-numbered 91101 in 2002.In 2011 the locomotive was re-named 'Flying Scotsma…
Hornby R30171 RailRoad Plus MetroTrain Class 110 2 Car Train Pack E52075 Hornby R30171 RailRoad Plus MetroTrain Class 110 2 Car Train Pack E52075
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Hornby R30171 RailRoad Plus MetroTrain Class 110 2 Car Train Pack E52075 Product Info Engineered to deal with the steep gradients of the Calder Valley route which it became synonymous with them being named 'Calder Valley sets', the Class 110 was one of the first DMU's with the highest power to weight ratio of any naturally aspirated unit. In 1982 the middle trailer car was removed from most sets t…
Hornby R30186 RailRoad Plus BR Infrastructure, Class 47, Co-Co, 47803 Hornby R30186 RailRoad Plus BR Infrastructure, Class 47, Co-Co, 47803
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R30186 RailRoad Plus BR Infrastructure, Class 47, Co-Co, 47803 Product Info The British Rail Class 47 is a class of British railway diesel-electric locomotive that was developed in the 1960s by Brush Traction. A total of 512 Class 47s were built at Crewe Works and Brush's Falcon Works, Loughborough between 1962 and 1968, which made them the most numerous Class of British mainline diesel locomotive…
Hornby R30193 R30193 RailRoad Plus Chiltern Railways, Class 121 'Bubble Car', Bo-Bo, 121020 Hornby R30193 R30193 RailRoad Plus Chiltern Railways, Class 121 'Bubble Car', Bo-Bo, 121020
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Hornby R30193 RailRoad Plus Chiltern Railways, Class 121 'Bubble Car', Bo-Bo, 121020 Product Info The British Rail Class 121 is a single-car double-ended diesel multiple unit. 16 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 sl…
Hornby R30196 RailRoad Plus BR InterCity, Class 31, A1A-A1A, 31454 'The Heart of Wessex Hornby R30196 RailRoad Plus BR InterCity, Class 31, A1A-A1A, 31454 'The Heart of Wessex
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Hornby R30196 RailRoad Plus BR InterCity, Class 31, A1A-A1A, 31454 'The Heart of Wessex' Product Info ‘The British Rail Class 31 diesel locomotives, also known as the Brush Type 2 and originally as Class 30, were built by Brush Traction from 1957-62. They were numbered in two series, D5500-D5699 and D5800-D5862. Construction of the first locomotive was completed in the final week of September 1957…

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