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Midland Mainline, who won their franchise in 1996, operate services from Yorkshire and the East Midlands to London St Pancras. The eyecatching livery of the Midland Mainline as shown is the subject of the new Hornby train pack and is modelled on one such train that operates between Sheffield and London. Model features working headlights on each power car unit the operate in the direction of travel.

Please Note: This train is not suitable to run on first (inner) radius curves

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Serco Railtest is a licensed Train Operator and therefore able to run test trains on all of Network Rail's tracks and examine different aspects of the railway infrastructure, including overhead power line alignment, track quality and track gauging. The rolling stock used for these tests are a general mix of both modified and unmodified vehicles, some of which may have come from the BR Research Department, Derby, the forerunner to Railtest. This Serco Railtest train pack was inspired by a test unit seen in Wales during the summer of 2001.

Rail Express Co-Co Diesel Electric Class 47 'Isle of Iona'
Serco Railtest SO Mk2a Coach
Serco Railtest BFK Mk2a Coach
Serco Railtest VDA Utility Van

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Southern Suburban 1938 Train Pack - Limited Edition of 2500




This train pack captures those wonderful days before the storm clouds of the Second World War changed rail travel in the UK forever. The Southern Days Train Pack is "set" in the year of 1938 and features the deceptively powerful T9 and a rake of high windowed Maunsell coaches in the livery of the time. An additional coach pack is available to complete the full set number "329". Available: 1st quarter.

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The Last Single Wheeler - LMS (Ex Caledonian)

Single Train Pack - Limited Edition of 2000



Designed in part by Dugald Drummond who was the Chief Engineer of the Caledonian Railway and built as a solitary example of its class by Neilson & Co in 1886, the 4-2-2 saw extensive service in the late 19th Century when operating the express service between Carlisle and Edinburgh, known at the time as "Race to Scotland". After the First World War the 4-2-2 locomotive was reserved for hauling the directors coach but in 1930 after acquiring the Crimson Lake livery of the LMS the locomotive reverted back to ordinary traffic working local train services between Perth and Dundee making it the last Single Wheeler to work in traffic in the British Isles. Each specially presented limited edition train pack includes a numbered certificate. Available: 2nd quarter.


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