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Hornby R2829 Class T9 Loco 314 Hornby R2829 Class T9 Loco 314
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Hornby R2829 SR 4-4-0 Class T9 Locomotive 314
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 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 R30038 Railroad PO, T. Brown Distilleries, 0-4-0T, No. 3 - Era 3 Hornby R30038 Railroad PO, T. Brown Distilleries, 0-4-0T, No. 3 - Era 3
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R30038 Railroad PO, T. Brown Distilleries, 0-4-0T, No. 3 - Era 3 Small industrial locomotives like this have been used by companies with large amounts to move for as long as railways have existed. Their small size means that they can traverse smaller radius corners, enter factories, and require less infrastructure to maintain. Often they would be used to shunt goods, preparing them to be collected…
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 R3171 Class P2 Cock O The North (Railroad) DCC Ready Hornby R3171 Class P2 Cock O The North (Railroad) DCC Ready
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Hornby R3171  Class P2 Cock O The North Railroad Version DCC Ready OO Gauge Finish: Pristine DCC Type: 8 Pin DCC Ready Livery: LNER Green Class: P2 Designer: Sir Nigel Gresley Entered Service: 1934 Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound. Loco Drive. Wheel Configuration: 2-8-2 Purpose: Passenger Length Over Buffers: 296mm Special Features: Loco Drive Tender Detail Cab Detail
Hornby R3194 BR 4-4-0 Schools Class Epsom Hornby R3194 BR 4-4-0 Schools Class Epsom
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R3194 BR 4-4-0 Schools Class 'Epsom' Finish: Pristine DCC Type: DCC Ready Livery: BR (Early) Class: Schools Designer: R. Maunsell Entered Service: 1930 Detail: Extensive Cab Detail Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound. Loco Drive Purpose: Express Passenger Wheel Configuration: 4-4-0 Dimensions: 238mm The Schools Class 4-4-0 locomotives were designed by Richard Maunsell and were originally classified as Class…
Hornby R3223 BR 2-8-0T Class 42XX 4257 Hornby R3223 BR 2-8-0T Class 42XX 4257
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Hornby R3223 BR 2-8-0 42xx Class - Late BR - Length: 163mm DCC Type: DCC Ready Livery: BR (Late) Class: 42XX Designer: G. J. Churchward Entered Service: 1910 Detail: Exterior Details Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound Purpose: Heavy Coal Wheel Configuration: 2-8-0 Special Features: Cab detail, NEM Couplings The Class 42XX was designed by George Jackson Churchward, Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the Grea…
Hornby R3235 BR Class D16 E 2524 DCC Ready Hornby R3235 BR Class D16 E 2524 DCC Ready
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Hornby R3235 BR 4-4-0 Class D16/3 E2524 OO Scale DCC Ready Length: 216mm DCC Type: DCC Ready Livery: Early BR (1948) Designer: James Holden/Sir Nigel Gresley Entered Service: 1933 Detail: Diecast body and Removable Coal Load Motor: 3 Pole with Flywheel Purpose: Passenger Wheel Configuration: 4-4-0 Special Features: Cab detail, NEM Couplings, Sprung Buffers For more information on the Class D16, pl…
Hornby R3333 BR 4-4-2T Adams Radial 415 Class - Early BR Hornby R3333 BR 4-4-2T Adams Radial 415 Class - Early BR
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R3333 BR 4-4-2T Adams Radial 415 Class - Early BR In 1882, to meet with the ever increasing London suburban traffic on the London South Western Railway, William Adams, the Locomotive Superintendent, ordered 71 new Class 415 4-4-2T engines. Developed from the earlier, rebuilt LSWR 46 class, the Class 415 locomotives differed by having larger diameter radial wheels, spoked bogie wheels and shorter s…
Hornby R3376 BR Class 71 E5022 BR Green Hornby R3376 BR Class 71 E5022 BR Green
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R3376 BR Class 71 'E5022' BR Green The early 1950s were a time of great plans and modern ideas, not least where the railways were concerned, but still recovering from the financial effects of the Second World War, many of these plans had to be implemented in a measured way. Electric traction was seen by the newly nationalised British Rail to be the answer and so attention was focused on new routes…
Hornby R3418 BR, K1 Class, 2-6-0, 62006, Early BR - Era 4 Hornby R3418 BR, K1 Class, 2-6-0, 62006, Early BR - Era 4
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R3418 BR, K1 Class, 2-6-0, 62006, Early BR - Era 4 Description Inspired by Thompson’s rebuilt Gresley K4 in which it was reclassified as a K1/1, the only locomotive in that particular Class, A. H. Peppercorn took advantage of Thompson’s retirement in 1946 to develop the design into the K1 Class. The K1 Class, which was made up of 70 locomotives, were all built in Glasgow at the North British Locom…
Hornby R3425 BR 0-8-0 Raven Q6 Class - BR Early Hornby R3425 BR 0-8-0 Raven Q6 Class - BR Early
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R3425 BR 0-8-0 Raven Q6 Class - BR Early At the end of the first decade of the 20th century, the upsurge in the growth of mineral traffic in the North-East exceeded the amount of steam haulage available to transport it. The existing North Eastern Q5 locomotives, designed by Wilson Worsdell, were extremely capable engines but the new Chief Mechanical Officer, Vincent Raven, felt a more powerful, su…
Hornby R3447 LNER 4-6-0 B17 Kilverstone Hall 2842 DCC REady Hornby R3447 LNER 4-6-0 B17 Kilverstone Hall 2842 DCC REady
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Hornby R3447 LNER 4-6-9 B17 "Kilverstone Hall" No 2842 OO Gauge In 1926, with increased loading on the East Anglia passenger services and the introduction of modern, vacuum-braked coaching stock, there was a desperate need for a locomotive that could supplement the Holden B12 Class on the former Great Eastern routes of the London North Eastern Railway. Track limitations prevented the transfer of l…
Hornby R3448 BR, B17/4 Class, 4-6-0, 61619 ‘Welbeck Abbey’ Early BR - Era 4 Hornby R3448 BR, B17/4 Class, 4-6-0, 61619 ‘Welbeck Abbey’ Early BR - Era 4
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R3448 BR, B17/4 Class, 4-6-0, 61619 ‘Welbeck Abbey’ Early BR - Era 4 Description Locomotive 61619 Welbeck Abbey entered service on November 8, 1930, having been built at Darlington in the first batch of B17/2 locomotives and was converted to a B17/6 in January 1953, whilst allocated to March Shed. Renumbered under British Railways in August 1948 to 61619, Welbeck Abbey was withdrawn from service o…
Hornby R3451 BR 4-6-0 Stembok 61032 Thompson B1 Class Hornby R3451 BR 4-6-0 Stembok 61032 Thompson B1 Class
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R3451 BR 4-6-0 'Stembok' '61032' Thompson B1 Class The LNER 4-6-0 Class B was Edward Thompson’s standardised, two cylinder, mixed traffic answer to the GWR’s Hall Class and the LMS Stanier Black Five, designed at a time of even greater austerity for the company. With Nigel Gresley’s sudden death on April 5, 1941, Thompson was promoted to post of Chief Mechanical Engineer and immediately set about…
Hornby R3458 SR, V Schools Class, 4-4-0, 921 Shrewsbury - Era 3 Hornby R3458 SR, V Schools Class, 4-4-0, 921 Shrewsbury - Era 3
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R3458 SR, V 'Schools' Class, 4-4-0, 921 'Shrewsbury' - Era 3 Description The Schools Class 4-4-0 locomotives were designed by Richard Maunsell and were originally classified as Class V. A total of 40 of these powerful express passenger steam locomotives were produced at Eastleigh Works and numbered 900 - 939 for Southern Railways. Combining designs used in the Lord Nelson Class and weighing in at…
Hornby R3528 WC&PLR 0-6-0T 4 Stroudley Terrier Class Hornby R3528 WC&PLR 0-6-0T 4 Stroudley Terrier Class
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R3528 WC&PLR 0-6-0T '4' Stroudley Terrier Class In 1870, the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) was struggling to cope with its increasing share of the London suburban traffic, with a plethora of different locomotives designed by Craven. Refusing to compromise on standardisation, Craven resigned on January 31, 1870 to be replaced by William Stroudley. Much of the line south of London…
Hornby R3531 BR 0-4-4T 30129 M7 Class, Late BR Hornby R3531 BR 0-4-4T 30129 M7 Class, Late BR
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R3531 BR 0-4-4T '30129' M7 Class, Late BR When Dugald Drummond succeeded William Adams as Locomotive Superintendent of the London and South Western Railway in 1895, his first, all new class, was the M7 0-4-4T. Derived from previous 0-4-4T designs of his at the North British and Caledonian Railways, construction commenced in 1897 and continued in batches until 1911, 105 being built eventually. Idea…
Hornby R3533 0-6-0ST Lord Phil J94 Class Hornby R3533 0-6-0ST Lord Phil J94 Class
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Hornby R3533 0-6-0ST 'Lord Phil' J94 Class In 1942, Edgar Alcock, the Hunslet Chairman, convinced the Ministry of Supply that the Hunslet Class 50550 18” Saddle Tank, being of a more straight-forward design than the Ministry favoured LMS Jinty, would be a more suitable locomotive to meet the Ministry's robust demands for military operated locomotives within the UK and overseas. The first locomotiv…
Hornby R3576 4wDH Diesel Sentinel No 19 Green Hornby R3576 4wDH Diesel Sentinel No 19 Green
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Hornby R3576 4wDH Diesel Sentinel No 19 Green DCC ready Description: 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 vehicle…
Hornby R3577 Sentinel 0-4-0 Graham Hornby R3577 Sentinel 0-4-0 Graham
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R3577 Sentinel 0-4-0 'Graham' Description 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. In 1959 S…
Hornby R3580 BR, Class 87, Bo-Bo, 87035 Robert Burns - Era 7 Hornby R3580 BR, Class 87, Bo-Bo, 87035 Robert Burns - Era 7
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R3580  BR, Class 87, Bo-Bo, 87035 'Robert Burns' - Era 7 Description New Tooling The Class 87 locomotive design resulted from a requirement for a more powerful mixed traffic electrical locomotive by British Rail, needed to cope with the route gradients of the West Coast Main Line between Weaver Junction and Glasgow. Electrification had been newly authorised over this section in 1970 and was schedu…

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