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BR 0-6-0 DIESEL ELECTRIC SHUNTER, CLASS 08 Two running numbers
 

The LMS first experimented with Diesel shunting locomotives before the Second World War and the Class 08 design owes much to the work done prior

to the nationalisation. At 49 Tons and with a traction of 35,000lbs, the 08's were more than suited for their task. Type 7 motor fitted to SSPP chassis.

Length 124mm. Code: R2157             66.75

 

BR 0-6-0 SHUNTER CLASS 08 LOCO "08830" W/E
 

 Ringfield motor.  In Stock

 Code: R2256            66.75

 

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BR CO-CO DIESEL ELECTRIC CL58 LOCO "58050" WEATHER EDITION
 

There were 50 of these Ruston Paxman 12 cylinder powered locomotives built between 1983 & 1987 most of which are used to haul 'merry-go-round' trains. The colouring on this model is that of Railfreight coal sector livery and consequently does not look out of place with a weathered appearance. A type motor powers the model.

 

Length 252mm.   Code: R2252             74.50

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EWS CO-CO DIESEL ELECTRIC CLASS 37 (MULTIPLE WORKING), WEATHERED EDITION
 

The class 37 was designed as a mixed traffic locomotive and is as much at home pulling passenger stock as MGR's. Their distinctive engine roar supplied by a 12 cylinder English Electric motor emphasised the power that these locomotives have. The Hornby example has two 37's working 'closed coupled' a sight quite often seen on the BR network. Power is provided by a ringfield motor located in the leading model with both locomotives benefiting from the weathered effect.            In Stock

Length 252mm.  Code: R2255              84.00

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VIRGIN BO-BO ELECTRIC 'JAMES KENNEDY GC' ,CLASS 86
 
James Kennedy was a Security Officer with British Rail Engineering Ltd at Glasgow who was posthumously awarder the George Cross for his unselfish bravery On 12th November 1981at Glasgow central Railway Station. Class 86 No. 86242 was named 'James Kennedy GC' and is the subject of this new Hornby model. The model has a working pantograph that will allow control from an overhead catenary system as well as via the rail in the conventional manner. Powered by a ringfield motor.     In Stock

Length 230mm. Code: R2290 B         65.00   

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