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Dapol O Gauge WC&PR 4 A1X Class Terrier 0-6-0T Lined Green Antics Limited Edition ANTSPEC1

Dapol O Gauge WC&PR 4 A1X Class Terrier 0-6-0T Lined Green Antics Limited Edition ANTSPEC1
Dapol O Gauge A1X Class Terrier WC&PR 4 Lined Green Livery Antics Limited Edition
A special limited edition model only available from Antics!

The Weston Clevedon and Portishead Railway was a 13 3/4 mile light railway in North Somerset opened in 1897 between Weston Super Mare and Clevedon, the extension to Portishead being completed in 1907. The railway owned a variety of locomotives, choice being restricted by the lines' maximum axle load limit of just 10 tons. Latterly the principal locomotives were two ex-LB&SCR/SR 'Terrier' 0-6-0 tank engines, numbered 2 and 4.

 

This model recreates Weston Clevedon & Portishead Railway No. 4 as running in the late 1930s.
Built as LB&SCR number 53 Ashtead and rebuilt to A1X specification in 1912 she was purchased for the WC&P by W H Austen in 1937. Overhauled by the Southern she was delivered under her own steam via Salisbury in Southern livery of Maunsel green with white lining and black edging. On arrival at the light railways' Clevedon shed the company's initials were added in chrome yellow, formed in an arc over the number using stencils created for lettering the lines' passenger coaches.

The two Terriers were the lines principal steam motive power in the late 1930s and were passed to the GWR on the lines' closure in 1940. Allocated number 6 by the GWR the former WC&P 4 was initially used by the for the recovery of wagons stranded on the closed line and recovery of reusable materials, the GWR having no locomotive of similarly light axle load. Afterwards and under wartime conditions sources suggest GWR 6 was sent to Nottingham by the Ministry of Supply, however both engines were repainted into GWR green and worked from Bristol St Philips Marsh shed. Duties included service over the harbourside lines of Bristols' City docks and shunting at Frys' Somerdale chocolate factory at nearby Keynsham. GWR 6 was withdrawn shortly after nationalisation in 1948, donating some usable parts to number 5.

Alongside this locomotive we are planning to produce a number of wagons from the Weston Clevedon and Portishead line over the next few years including Clevedon Gas Company and Black Rock Quarries wagons. We will add to the list other owners and coal merchants whose wagons appaered on the WC&P where these are not already available from the Dapol or Lionheart Trains ranges as we find good photos.

Due to limitations of the Dapol tooling it prevented the fitting of the condensing pipes in the production stage. We have also asked Dapol to supply extra brake and air pipes to allow the extra brake and air control fittings to be modelled, however modellers need to be aware that the model was not designed to have all of these fitted, so lacks location marks for these.


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Wild Swan Creating Cameo Layouts by Iain Rice Cameo

Wild Swan Creating Cameo Layouts - Iain Rice Cameo
Wild Swan Publishing - Creating Cameo Layouts by Iain Rics
Cameo layouts are designed to depict one small scene providing both a setting for the display of trains and an interesting operational layout. Careful design will result in a satisfying model railway within a surprisingly small footprint.
A definite suggested read for modellers who have a new ready to run O gauge loco!
"A well crafted miniature in a complimentary setting" is the sense in which Cameo is being considered here, or as Iain goes on to say; a layout that does not require a dedicated site, is easy to move and store, doesn't look out of place in a domestic setting and is a breeze to take to exhibitions. Rather more than the arguably overdone "shunting plank" in a new suit of MDF, these small self contained layouts really can offer an objective in their own right, and need not be mere substitutes for something bigger. I think Iain argues his case very convicingly, backing up his concept with a wealth of practical experience and numerous useful techniques and ideas, all properly set into the context of finescale modelling since the mid 1980s. As a reader I really felt I "owned" this book and as am now highly motivated to create my own interpretation of a cameo. I hope this book will make other readers feel the same and maybe even result in some of us creating satisfying model railways which will deliver heavily in the fruits of success and enjoyment. This perhaps instead of pursuing grandiose schemes, which are in reality unlikely to produce many crates of lemons for the amount of effort they may well involve...
Autor : Iain Rice    120 pages    Softback    2017
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Dapol O Un-Numbered BR Class 08 Shunter BR Blue With Wasp Stripes 7D-008-002U

Dapol O Gauge 7D-008-002U BR Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Blue with Wasp Stripes UnNumbered
Painting the wasp stripes is a really difficult job, with these un-numbered models the factory has done the hard work!

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and internal cable trunking.

DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.

Supplied without cabside numbers but with the blue livery and wasp stripes already applied, the model is ready for numbering to choice and is based on the model tooling and decoration used for pre- TOPS numbered D3045, diagrams indicate this loco had wooden cab doors and exhauster boxes on both sides.


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Dapol O UnNumbered BR Class 08 0-6-0 Diesel Shunting Engine Black Livery 7D-008-007U

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-004U UnNumbered BR Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Black Livery

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and internal cable trunking.

This model is supplied without cabside numbers in the early plain black livery, ready for numbering as one of the class 08 locomotives built in the early 1950s. This is the model tooling and decoration used for the model of 13240, with wood cab doors and exhauster boxes on both sides.
DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O Gauge GWR 5 Portishead ex-LB&SCR A1X Class Terrier 0-6-0T GWR Green Shirtbutton Logo 7S-010-008

Dapol O gauge GWR 5 ex-LB&SCR A1X Class Terrier 0-6-0T GWR Green Shirtbutton Logo 7S-010-008

The Great Western acquired two of these small but gutsy engines in lieu of payments due from the moribund Weston, Clevedon and Portishead light railway. Part of the Colonel Stephens empire the WC&P had obtained the Terriers as these were about the largest and heaviest engines the lines' wooden trestles could cope with! Both engines provided vaulable service to the GWR and War Department during WW2, shunting in temporary wartime depots. GWR number 5, ex-LB&SCR 43 Gipsy Hill, retained her Portishead nameplates until withdrawn under British Railways ownership having worked from Bristol (St Philips Marsh), and Taunton (probably for the Bridgewater dock line) and visiting the works at Newton Abbot.

Number 5 will be at home on any GWR layout, working sidings, shunting a quayside or 'standing in' for another engine on light duties.

Created from a detailed laser-scan of W8 Freshwater on the Isle of Wight steam railway a great deal of attention has been applied to the detail changes made to these engines over their long lives. The tooling design allows for both the original A1 (with smokebox 'wings') and later reboilered A1X class (with longer smokebox) will be modelled as appropriate for each locomotive. The cab has been kept completely unobstructed, allowing full internal detailing, ready for the crew to board!
In additon to the cast chassis the running plate and wheels are being diecast to increase the weight while a skew-wound 5 pole motor is being installed to provide smooth torque at low speeds. 

DCC Ready - 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation. A DCC and Sound model will also be available.


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Dapol O Gauge LB&SCR 643 A1 Class Terrier 0-6-0T Marsh Umber Brown Livery 7S-010-009

Dapol O gauge LB&SCR 643 A1 Class Terrier 0-6-0T Marsh era Umber Brown Livery 7S-010-009
LB&SCR 643 was built in June 1877 as 43 Gipsyhill, later renumbered 643 and running in the later Marsh era umber brown livery. Use of the names had been discontinued, the Terriers now being welcomed to the minor branchlines of the country districts, well away from the London boroughs whose names they had carried. 43/643 was sold by the Southern in 1925 to the Weston Clevedon  and Portishead Light Railway, their locomotive 2 named Portishead and eventually becoming GWR number 5, retaining the name Portishead.
The engine is modelled here in the later LB&SCR livery of umber brown, introduced by CME D E Marsh in the 1900s and carried by many of the Brighton companys' locomotives into Southern Railway ownership. A model finished as GWR 5 Portishead is also being produced.
Created from a detailed laser-scan of W8 Freshwater on the Isle of Wight steam railway a great deal of attention has been applied to the detail changes made to these engines over their long lives. The tooling design allows for both the original A1 (with smokebox 'wings') and later reboilered A1X class (with longer smokebox) will be modelled as appropriate for each locomotive. The cab has been kept completely unobstructed, allowing full internal detailing, ready for the crew to board!
In addition to the cast chassis the running plate and wheels are being diecast to increase the weight while a skew-wound 5 pole motor is being installed to provide smooth torque at low speeds.
DCC Ready - 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation. A DCC and Sound model will also be available.
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Dapol O Gauge SR W9 Fishbourne A1X Class Terrier 0-6-0T Isle of Wight Version Southern Green 7S-010-010

Dapol O gauge SR W9 Fishbourne A1X Class Terrier 0-6-0T Isle of Wight Extended Bunker Version SR Green Livery 7S-010-010

Dapol have advised that following a review of photographic evidence some features of the ex-IoW Central W11 Newport have not been included in the tooling. The replacement 'Island Terrier' will be W9 Fishbourne, another locomotive with an interesting history extending into preservation.

Built as 50 Whitechapel in late 1876, later renumbered 650, rebuilt to the A1X specification in 1920 and becoming B650 in the initial Southern Railway numbering scheme. The locomotive was sent to the Isle of Wight in May 1930 to replace the first W9, (classmate 75 Blackwall, sold to the IoW Central in 1899) which suffered a broken crank axle in 1927 and was withdrawn. Now second W9, the former Whitechapel, was named Fishbourne, also receiving the usual IoW enlarged bunker. Returned to the mainland in May 1936 W9 was transferred to departmental stock as 515S and was the Lancing carriage & wagon works shunting engine at nationalisation. Returned to regular service late in 1951 the locomotive received its' 'in sequence' number 32650 and worked many of the usual British Railways Terrier duties, inlcuding the well-known Hayling Island branch until withdarwn in November 1963.
32650 was purchased from British Railways for preservation by the Borough of Sutton, the Borough council accepting an offer from the Kent & East Sussex (heritage) Railway to restore her to service on condition she carry the name 'Sutton'. Numbered 10 in a continuation of the K&ESR numbering sequence 32650 arrived at Robertsbridge by rail in September 1964 and along with K&ESR 17 hauled the first public passenger trains on the reopened heritage line in June 1974. Subsequently 10 Sutton also hauled the re-opening trains to Newmill Bridge in 1976 and Wittersham Road in 1978. Overhauled by the K&ESR between 1980 and 1984 Sutton is currently undergoing a further overhaul at the Spa Valley Railway.

Created from a detailed laser-scan of sister Island Terrier W8 Freshwater on the Isle of Wight steam railway a great deal of attention has been applied to the detail changes made to these engines over their long lives. The tooling design allows for both the original A1 (with smokebox 'wings') and later reboilered A1X class (with longer smokebox) will be modelled as appropriate for each locomotive. The cab has been kept completely unobstructed, allowing full internal detailing, ready for the crew to board!
In additon to the cast chassis the running plate and wheels are diecast metal to provide increased weight while a skew-wound 5 pole motor is being installed to provide smooth torque at low speeds. 

DCC Ready - 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation. A DCC and Sound model will also be available.


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Dapol O Gauge BR 32636 A1X Class Terrier 0-6-0T BR Lined Black Late Crest 7S-010-011

Dapol O Gauge BR(SR) 32636 A1X Class Terrier 0-6-0T Lined Black Late Crest 7S-010-011

Presented in the later and quite attractive BR lined black livery 32636 is better known as the Bluebell Railways' No.72 Fenchurch. This locomotive has the most remarkable history of all, being the first of the class to enter service in September 1872 and among the last Terriers withdrawn from British Railways service on the closure of the Hayling Island branch in September 1963  It seemed most improbable that 72 Fenchurhc would become BR oldest operational steam locomotive when she was sold as surplus in 1898 to the Newhaven Harbour Company, but following a rebuild to A1X specifications 72 returned to 'mainline' company ownership when the Southern Railway took over shunting around Newhaven harbour in 1926. Instead of regaining number 72 Fenchurch was given the first available number in the A1X series, then 636, later 2636 and finally after nationalisation 32636.
Along with her sister engines from the end of the Hayling Island line 32636 was purchased for preservation by the Bluebell Railway and has put in many years of service on Britains first standard gauge heritage railway.

Created from a detailed laser-scan of sister Island Terrier W8 Freshwater on the Isle of Wight steam railway a great deal of attention has been applied to the detail changes made to these engines over their long lives. The tooling design allows for both the original A1 (with smokebox 'wings') and later reboilered A1X class (with longer smokebox) will be modelled as appropriate for each locomotive. The cab has been kept completely unobstructed, allowing full internal detailing, ready for the crew to board!
In additon to the cast chassis the running plate and wheels are being diecast to increase the weight while a skew-wound 5 pole motor is being installed to provide smooth torque at low speeds. 

DCC Ready - 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation. A DCC and Sound model will also be available.


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Dapol O BR D3043 Class 08 Shunter BR Green Late Crest No Warning Panels 7D-008-000

Dapol O BR D3043 Class 08 Shunter BR Green Late Crest No Warning Panels 7D-008-000
Dapol O gauge 7D-008-000 BR D3043 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green Late Crest No Warning Panels

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and internal cable trunking.

DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.
D3048 painted in BR plain green livery (green ends) with late crest.


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Dapol O BR D3043 Class 08 Shunter BR Green Late Crest No Warning Panels DCC & Sound Fitted 7D-008-000D

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-000D BR D3043 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green Late Crest No Warning Panels DCC & Sound Fitted

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and internal cable trunking.

D3043 painted in BR plain green livery without yellow ends. Late crest.
DCC & Sound fitted. Sound system data sheet (Adobe pdf file). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O BR 13282 Class 08 Shunter BR Green Early Emblem No Warning Panels DCC & Sound Fitted 7D-008-001D

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-001D BR 13282 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green Early Emblem No Warning Panels DCC & Sound Fitted

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and internal cable trunking.

13282 (later D3282 and 08212) painted in BR plain green livery without yellow ends. Early emblem.
DCC and Sound fitted. Sound system data sheet (Adobe pdf file). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O BR D3045 Class 08 Shunter BR Blue With Wasp Stripes DCC & Sound Fitted 7D-008-002D

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-002D BR D3045 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Blue with Wasp Stripes DCC & Sound Fitted

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and internal cable trunking.

D3045 painted in BR blue livery with warning yellow and black wasp stripe ends.
DCC and Sound Fitted. Sound system data sheet (Adobe pdf file). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O UnNumbered BR Class 08 Shunter BR Green With Wasp Stripes 7D-008-003U

Dapol O UnNumbered BR Class 08 Shunter BR Green With Wasp Stripes 7D-008-003U
Dapol O gauge 7D-008-003U BR Unumbered Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green with Wasp Stripes

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and internal cable trunking.

This model is supplied without cabside numbers with the green livery and wasp stipres already applied, ready for numbering as any of the many class 08 locomotives. This is the model tooling and decoration used for the model od D3219, diagrams indicate this loco has wood cab doors and  exhauster boxes on both sides.
DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.
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Ixion O Gauge Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0 Saddle Tank Locomotive RTR Forest Green S-HCF

Ixion S-HCF O Gauge Hudswell Clarke 13in x 20in 0-6-0 saddle tank engine. Forest Green with black and red lining.
The second green liveried Hudswell from Ixion painted in the darker 'forest green' shade with black and red edge style lining is now in stock.

A detailed ready to run model of a Hudswell Clarke saddle tank industrial shunting engine, modelled on the builders' standard 24-ton, 13in cylinder locomotive. Fitted with finescale wheels, a high torque motor with a flywheel drives through a 40:1 gearbox.
The model is supplied with an etch of name, number and makers plates plus a set of fire irons moulded in plastic.

These locomotives were designed for use by construction contractors, light enough to be run over temporary tracks. Many contractors engines stayed on with railway and docks companys at the end of the construction contract and several locomotives were used by light railways in passenger service.
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Dapol O BR 13003 Class 08 0-6-0 Diesel Shunting Engine Black Livery 7D-008-007

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-007 BR 13003 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Black Livery
A new batch of Dapol O gauge class 08s announced for summer 2017 delivery

A highly detailed model of the BR class 08 heavy diesel shunting loco. Many of these long-lived locomotives are still in service, while dozens of 'withdrawn' locos are still at work with industrial users and heritage railways.

Powered by a 5 pole motor fitted with a flywheel a DCC interface and sound compatibility have been designed in.
Features sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain, internally painted cab detail, and directional lighting correct for the livery depicted.
Model of locomotive 13003 (later D3003) painted in the early BR plain black livery with early emblem.
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Dapol O BR 13003 Class 08 0-6-0 Diesel Shunting Engine Black Livery DCC Fitted 7D-008-007D

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-007D BR 13003 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Black Livery DCC Fitted

A new batch of Dapol O gauge class 08s announced for summer 2017 delivery

A highly detailed model of the BR class 08 heavy diesel shunting loco. Many of these long-lived locomotives are still in service, while dozens of 'withdrawn' locos are still at work with industrial users and heritage railways.

Powered by a 5 pole motor fitted with a flywheel a DCC interface and sound compatibility have been designed in.
Features sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain, internally painted cab detail, and directional lighting correct for the livery depicted.

Model of locomotive 13003 (later D3003) painted in the early BR plain black livery with early emblem.
DCC fitted.


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Dapol O BR D3305 Class 08 Shunter BR Green Early Emblem with Wasp Stripes 7D-008-008

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-008 BR D3305 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green Early Emblem with Wasp Stripes

A new batch of Dapol O gauge class 08s announced for summer 2017 delivery

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

Model finished as D3305 in BR green livery with early emblem and wasp stripe ends.
DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O UnNumbered BR Class 08 Shunter BR Green Early Emblem with Wasp Stripes 7D-008-008U

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-008 UnNumbered BR Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green Early Emblem with Wasp Stripes

A new batch of Dapol O gauge class 08s announced for summer 2017 delivery

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.


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Dapol O BR D3305 Class 08 Shunter BR Green Early Emblem with Wasp Stripes DCC & Sound Fitted 7D-008-008D

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-008 BR D3305 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green Early Emblem with Wasp Stripes DCC & Sound Fitted

A new batch of Dapol O gauge class 08s announced for summer 2017 delivery

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

Model finished as D3305 in BR green livery with early emblem and wasp stripe ends.
DCC and Sound Fitted. Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O BR D3002 Class 08 Shunter BR Green Late Crest with Wasp Stripes 7D-008-009

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-009 BR D3002 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green Late Crest with Wasp Stripes

A new batch of Dapol O gauge class 08s announced for summer 2017 delivery

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

Model finished as D3002 in BR green livery with late crest and wasp stripe ends.
DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O UnNumbered BR Class 08 Shunter BR Green Late Crest with Wasp Stripes 7D-008-009U

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-009U UnNumbered BR Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green Late Crest with Wasp Stripes

A new batch of Dapol O gauge class 08s announced for summer 2017 delivery

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

Model finished in BR green livery with late crest and wasp stripe ends.
DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O BR D3002 Class 08 Shunter BR Green Late Crest with Wasp Stripes DCC & Sound Fited 7D-008-009D

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-009 BR D3002 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Green Late Crest with Wasp Stripes DCC & Sound Fitted

A new batch of Dapol O gauge class 08s announced for summer 2017 delivery

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

Model finished as D3002 in BR green livery with late crest and wasp stripe ends.
DCC and Sound Fitted. Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O BR D3316 Class 08 Shunter BR Blue With Wasp Stripes No Ladder 7D-008-010

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-010 BR D3316 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Blue with Wasp Stripes No Ladder
New batch of Dapol O gauge class 08 shunters expected late summer 2017.

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

BR class 08 shunter D3316 painted in BR blue livery with warning yellow and black wasp stripe ends. No ladders.
DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O UnNumbered BR Class 08 Shunter BR Blue With Wasp Stripes No Ladders 7D-008-010U

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-010U UnNumbered BR Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Blue with Wasp Stripes No Ladders
New batch of Dapol O gauge class 08 shunters expected late summer 2017.

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

UnNumbered BR class 08 shunter in blue livery with warning yellow and black wasp stripe ends. No ladders. Suitable for D3xxx or TOPS numbering.
DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O BR D3316 Class 08 Shunter BR Blue With Wasp Stripes DCC & Sound Fitted 7D-008-010D

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-010D BR D3316 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Blue with Wasp Stripes. No Ladders. DCC & Sound Fitted.
New batch of Dapol O gauge class 08 shunters expected late summer 2017.

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

BR class 08 shunter D3316 painted in BR blue livery with warning yellow and black wasp stripe ends with no side ladders.
DCC and Sound Fitted. Sound system data sheet (Adobe pdf file). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Dapol O BR 08173 Class 08 Shunter BR Blue With Wasp Stripes No Ladder 7D-008-011

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-011 BR 08173 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Blue with Wasp Stripes No Ladder
New batch of Dapol O gauge class 08 shunters expected late summer 2017.

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

08173 painted in BR blue livery with warning yellow and black wasp stripe ends.
DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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Little Loco Company O Gauge Ruston 48DS 4-wheel Diesel Shunter Keyhole Style Cab Ruston Green Door DC RUS48K

Little Loco Company O Gauge Ruston 48DS Diesel Shunting Locomotive Analogue DC Control.

Little Loco Companys' second ready-to-run O gauge model is the Ruston 48DS, a small 4-wheel diesel locomotive popular with smaller industrial users who were seeking a locomotive for occasional or intermittant service. This small diesel locomotive could be started and stopped quickly and operated by one man. This made locomotive operation affordable for many small industries and 200 were built for owners ranging from dairies to steel firms. British Railways used one 48DS in departmental service shunting engineering depots, purchased from the Bristol Aircraft Company.

Little Loco Companys' innovation department has been working overtime to engineer a model to be a close to prototype as possible. The first problem to overcome was to provide enough weight to provide enough traction to pull more than just itself. Along with a substantial die-cast chassis, the model features special high-density polymers and all-steel engineered wheels.
Under the bonnet is a custom-designed high-torque motor and geartrain to a central shaft, from which drive is provided to both axles ? just like the real one. Instead of a chain we are using a specially-designed toothed belt designed to look like the prototype chain. Also under there is a unique PCB with standard PLuX decoder (sound or non-sound) and pre-wired capacitors that can supply well over 10 seconds of uninterrupted power, which is essential for a short wheelbase model. Of course, as the trademark of every Little Loco model, we include a high quality speaker pre-fitted and pre-wired as standard.
No detail has been left out, including inside the fully fitted cab. We've even hidden the micro-wiring for the operable shunting lights inside the cab walls. A small, but dedicated team has been working for months to ensure we create a model as close to perfect as possible ? all designed, engineered and produced here in the UK (except for the motor).

The 48DS model will be avilable with open keyhole or fully enclosed cab and can be specfied with Finescale or Scale 7 wheelsets.
(We will supply Finescale as standard, please add a note in information box in the checkout screen to request Scale 7)


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Little Loco Company O Gauge Ruston 48DS 4-wheel Diesel Shunter Enclosed Cab Ruston Green DC RUS48E

Little Loco Company O Gauge Ruston 48DS Diesel Shunting Locomotive Post 1949 Enclosed Cab Analogue DC Control.

Little Loco Companys' second ready-to-run O gauge model is the Ruston 48DS, a small 4-wheel diesel locomotive popular with smaller industrial users who were seeking a locomotive for occasional or intermittant service. This small diesel locomotive could be started and stopped quickly and operated by one man. This made locomotive operation affordable for many small industries and 200 were built for owners ranging from dairies to steel firms. British Railways used one 48DS in departmental service shunting engineering depots, purchased from the Bristol Aircraft Company.

Little Loco Companys' innovation department has been working overtime to engineer a model to be a close to prototype as possible. The first problem to overcome was to provide enough weight to provide enough traction to pull more than just itself. Along with a substantial die-cast chassis, the model features special high-density polymers and all-steel engineered wheels.
Under the bonnet is a custom-designed high-torque motor and geartrain to a central shaft, from which drive is provided to both axles ? just like the real one. Instead of a chain we are using a specially-designed toothed belt designed to look like the prototype chain. Also under there is a unique PCB with standard PLuX decoder (sound or non-sound) and pre-wired capacitors that can supply well over 10 seconds of uninterrupted power, which is essential for a short wheelbase model. Of course, as the trademark of every Little Loco model, we include a high quality speaker pre-fitted and pre-wired as standard.
No detail has been left out, including inside the fully fitted cab. We've even hidden the micro-wiring for the operable shunting lights inside the cab walls. A small, but dedicated team has been working for months to ensure we create a model as close to perfect as possible ? all designed, engineered and produced here in the UK (except for the motor).

The 48DS model will be avilable with open keyhole or fully enclosed cab and can be specfied with Finescale or Scale 7 wheelsets.
(We will supply Finescale as standard, please add a note in information box in the checkout screen to request Scale 7)


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Little Loco Company O Gauge Ruston 48DS 4-wheel Diesel Shunter Keyhole Style Cab Ruston Green Door DCC & Sound Fitted RUS48KDCC

Little Loco Company O Gauge Ruston 48DS Diesel Shunting Locomotive DCC and Sound Fitted.

Little Loco Companys' second ready-to-run O gauge model is the Ruston 48DS, a small 4-wheel diesel locomotive popular with smaller industrial users who were seeking a locomotive for occasional or intermittant service. This small diesel locomotive could be started and stopped quickly and operated by one man, unlike steam locomotives which needed considerable preparation time for steam raising etc. Even British Railways used a 48DS in departmental service shunting engineering depots.

Little Loco Companys' innovation department has been working overtime to engineer a model to be a close to prototype as possible. The first problem to overcome was to provide enough weight to provide enough traction to pull more than just itself. Along with a substantial die-cast chassis, the model features special high-density polymers and all-steel engineered wheels.
Under the bonnet is a custom-designed high-torque motor and geartrain to a central shaft, from which drive is provided to both axles ? just like the real one. Instead of a chain we are using a specially-designed toothed belt designed to look like the prototype chain. Also under there is a unique PCB with standard PLuX decoder (sound or non-sound) and pre-wired capacitors that can supply well over 10 seconds of uninterrupted power, which is essential for a short wheelbase model. Of course, as the trademark of every Little Loco model, we include a high quality speaker pre-fitted and pre-wired as standard.
No detail has been left out, including inside the fully fitted cab. We've even hidden the micro-wiring for the operable shunting lights inside the cab walls. A small, but dedicated team has been working for months to ensure we create a model as close to perfect as possible ? all designed, engineered and produced here in the UK (except for the motor).

The 48DS model will be available with open keyhole or fully enclosed cab and can be specfied with Finescale or Scale 7 wheelsets.
(We will supply Finescale as standard, please add a note in information box in the checkout screen to request Scale 7)


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Little Loco Company O Gauge Ruston 48DS 4-wheel Diesel Shunter Enclosed Cab Ruston Green DCC & Sound Fitted RUS48EDCC

Little Loco Company O Gauge Ruston 48DS Diesel Shunting Locomotive Post-1949 Enclosed Cab Ruston Works Green DCC and Sound Fitted.

Little Loco Companys' second ready-to-run O gauge model is the Ruston 48DS, a small 4-wheel diesel locomotive popular with smaller industrial users who were seeking a locomotive for occasional or intermittant service. This small diesel locomotive could be started and stopped quickly and operated by one man, unlike steam locomotives which needed considerable preparation time for steam raising etc. Even British Railways used a 48DS in departmental service shunting engineering depots.

Little Loco Companys' innovation department has been working overtime to engineer a model to be a close to prototype as possible. The first problem to overcome was to provide enough weight to provide enough traction to pull more than just itself. Along with a substantial die-cast chassis, the model features special high-density polymers and all-steel engineered wheels.
Under the bonnet is a custom-designed high-torque motor and geartrain to a central shaft, from which drive is provided to both axles ? just like the real one. Instead of a chain we are using a specially-designed toothed belt designed to look like the prototype chain. Also under there is a unique PCB with standard PLuX decoder (sound or non-sound) and pre-wired capacitors that can supply well over 10 seconds of uninterrupted power, which is essential for a short wheelbase model. Of course, as the trademark of every Little Loco model, we include a high quality speaker pre-fitted and pre-wired as standard.
No detail has been left out, including inside the fully fitted cab. We've even hidden the micro-wiring for the operable shunting lights inside the cab walls. A small, but dedicated team has been working for months to ensure we create a model as close to perfect as possible ? all designed, engineered and produced here in the UK (except for the motor).

The 48DS model will be available with open keyhole or fully enclosed cab and can be specfied with Finescale or Scale 7 wheelsets.
(We will supply Finescale as standard, please add a note in information box in the checkout screen to request Scale 7)


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Dapol O UnNumbered BR Class 08 Shunter BR Blue With Wasp Stripes No Ladders 7D-008-011U

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-011U UnNumbered BR Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Blue with Wasp Stripes No Ladders

New batch of Dapol O gauge class 08 shunters expected late summer 2017.

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

UnNumbered BR class 08 shunter in blue livery with warning yellow and black wasp stripe ends. No ladders. Suitable for D3xxx or TOPS numbering.
DCC Ready with a 21-pin decoder connection and space provided for a speaker easily accessible under a 'clip in' bonnet roof section (5 or more decoder function outputs required). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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MRP: £225.00
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Dapol O BR 08173 Class 08 Shunter BR Blue With Wasp Stripes DCC & Sound Fitted 7D-008-011D

Dapol O gauge 7D-008-011D BR 08173 Class 08 0-6-0 350bhp Diesel Shunter Blue with Wasp Stripes. DCC & Sound Fitted
New batch of Dapol O gauge class 08 shunters expected late summer 2017.

Dapol have produced a very finely detailed model of the British Railways standard heavy shunting engine, best known as class 08, but often referred to by railwaymen as '350s' from the original 350bhp engine rating. Developed from locomotives ordered by the big four railway companies in the late 1930s and through the 40s British Railways picked the most reliable equipment for their standard heavy diesel shunter. 996 locomotives were built between 1952 and 1962, replacing steam traction in yards and depots, with several hundred still at work on the national rail network, heritage railways and in industrial service.

The Dapol model is driven by a powerful 5-pole motor with a flywheel smoothing out the drive through a gear system designed to provide realistic smooth, slow speed running suitable for shunting work. Extensive research into the design variations within almost a thousand locomotives built by five different works over ten years has produced a highly detailed bodyshell replicating the first batches of 08s built with external hinge strapping on the bonnet side doors. The tooling is designed to allow for other common variations, with models available with one or two exhauster boxes at the front of the footplate and to replicate locomotives in early condition with radiator access ladders and later service when the ladders were removed. The cab has not been forgotten, with opening cab doors revealing interior detailing, control desk, brake stand and cable trunking.

08173 painted in BR blue livery with warning yellow and black wasp stripe ends.
DCC and Sound Fitted. Sound system data sheet (Adobe pdf file). Equipped with sprung buffers, sprung coupling hook and 3 link chain coupling. Fitted with directional lighting including red/white shunting lamps.


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MRP: £400.00
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ESU O Loksound 4 Locomotive Sound Decoder 21-pin for Dapol O Gauge Class 08 Shunter 55471

ESU O Loksound 4 Locomotive Sound Decoder 21-pin for Dapol O Gauge Class 08 Shunter 55471
South West Digital ESU Loksound 4 21-pin Locomotive Sound Decoder for BR Class 08 Shunters
Supplied with low-profile rectangular bass speaker.
Decoder set up for Dapol O gauge class 08 diesel shunters.
Note : The lighting wiring of the Dapol 08 model has been arranged around the Zimo decoders and not all lighting options can be activated by the function controls of other decoders. This ESU decoder is being programmed  to illuminate the white and red shunting marker lamps which would normally be displayed by a shunting engine to warn staff that the locomotive may move off in either direction. The top lamp is directionally controlled and the cab light can be controlled.
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Dapol O BR 5717 ex-GWR 57xx Class 0-6-0PT Pannier Tank BR Black Early Emblem 7S-007-001

Due September 2107

 Dapol O Class 57xx Pannier 5717 BR Black Early Emblem 7S-007-001
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MRP: £235.00
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Dapol O GWR 5700 57xx Class 0-6-0PT Pannier Tank GWR Green Lettered Great Western 7S-007-002

Due September 2017

 Dapol O Class 57xx Pannier 9659 GWR Green GWR 7S-007-003
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Dapol O GWR 9659 57xx Class 0-6-0PT Pannier Tank GWR Green Lettered G W R 7S-007-003

Due September 2017

 Dapol O Class 57xx Pannier 9659 GWR Green GWR 7S-007-003
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MRP: £235.00
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Dapol O LT L94 ex-GWR 57xx Class 0-6-0PT Pannier Tank London Transport Red 7S-007-004

Due September 2017

 Dapol O Class 57xx Pannier L94 London Transport 7S-007-004
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MRP: £235.00
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Dapol O BR 3716 ex-GWR 57xx Class 0-6-0PT Pannier Tank BR Black Late Crest 7S-007-005

Due September 2017

 Dapol O Class 57xx Pannier 3716 BR Black Late Crest 7S-007-005
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MRP: £235.00
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Lionheart Trains O GWR 6412 64xx Class Auto-Fitted 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Lettered Great Western DCC & Sound 7S-024-001S

Dapol Lionheart Trains OGauge 7S-024-001S GWR 6412 64xx Class Auto-Fitted 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Lettered Great Western DCC and Sound Fitted

A detailed model of GWR number 6412 in the early 30s green livery with Great Western spelt out in full on the pannier tank
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MRP: £550.00
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Lionheart Trains O BR 6435 64xx Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Black Early Emblem 7S-024-003

Lionheart Trains O BR 6435 64xx Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Black Early Emblem 7S-024-003

New release of the Lionheart Trains 64xx pannier tank locomotives expected during 2017.

Photo of Lionheart pannier 7427 shown for livery illustration purposes only.
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MRP: £399.99
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Lionheart Trains O BR 6439 64xx Class Auto-Fitted 0-6-0 Pannier Tank BR Lined Green Late Crest 7S-024-004

Lionheart Trains O BR 6439 64xx Class Auto-Fitted 0-6-0 Pannier Tank BR Lined Green Late Crest 7S-024-004
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(Prod Ref #21871)
MRP: £399.99
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Lionheart Trains O BR 7444 74xx Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Black Late Crest 7S-025-002

Lionheart Trains O BR 7444 74xx Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Black Late Crest 7S-025-002
7S-025-002 A detailed model of 74xx class pannier tank 7444
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MRP: £399.99
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DJ Models O J94 68023 BR Early Crest Black Tall Coal Bunker OJ94-001

A pleasure to come! This should be an excellent Ready to Run BR Black Model of the Austrity 0-6-0 J94, saddle tank loco featuring prototypically correct dished wheels, heavy tungsten split frame chassis, coreless motor, flywheel, 50:1 gearing, correct pattern cab and bunker for running numbers, DCC ready, NEM coupler housings, sprung buffers and fully modelled cab interior.

Antics's price will be very competitive. Pre-order selecting the cash option (but make no payment) and we will make contact as soon as stock becomes available. 

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Price: £299.95


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DJ Models O J94 68061 'British Railways' original bunker height OJ94-002

Featuring prototypically dished wheels, heavy tungsten split frame chassis, coreless motor, flywheel, 50:1 gearing, correct pattern cab and bunker for running numbers, DCC ready, NEM coupler housings, sprung buffers and fully modelled cab interior.

  Antics's price will be very competitive. Pre-order selecting the cash option (but make no payment) and we will make contact as soon as stock becomes available. 

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DJ Models O J94 8064 LNER with original bunker height OJ94-003

Featuring prototypically dished wheels, heavy tungsten split frame chassis, coreless motor, flywheel, 50:1 gearing, correct pattern cab and bunker for running numbers, DCC ready, NEM coupler housings, sprung buffers and fully modelled cab interior.

  Antics's price will be very competitive. Pre-order selecting the cash option (but make no payment) and we will make contact as soon as stock becomes available. 

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DJ Models O J94 8023 LNER with original bunker height OJ94-004

Featuring prototypically dished wheels, heavy tungsten split frame chassis, coreless motor, flywheel, 50:1 gearing, correct pattern cab and bunker for running numbers, DCC ready, NEM coupler housings, sprung buffers and fully modelled cab interior.

  Antics's price will be very competitive. Pre-order selecting the cash option (but make no payment) and we will make contact as soon as stock becomes available. 

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Price: £299.95


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Ixion O Steam Locomotive Fire Irons Set A-SLT

A set of injection-moulded 7mm scale locomotive firing tools, including shovels, picks, pricker, hammers, oil bottles and bucket.

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Available from shops: Bristol: 1, Cardiff: 1, Coventry: 1(explain)
(Prod Ref #5291)
Price: £3.75

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Ixion O Diesel Tool Set A-DLT


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ESU South West Digital Loksound Micro V4 Ixion Hudswell Sound Decoder 8 Pin 82885

ESU & South West Digital Loksound Micro V4 Ixion Hudswell Sound Decoder 8 Pin 
ESU Loksound decoder programmed with sounds of an industrial shunting engine, suitable for use with the Ixion Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0 saddle tank.
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Price: £104.00

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Antics on-line with model shops in: Stroud (HQ), Bristol, Cardiff, Gloucester, Plymouth and Coventry.
We stock a full range which includes plastic kits, radio control cars, diecast models, railways, planes and boats etc.
Click on the links under "Available to buy now" or any picture in order to start shopping. Offers subject to availability. E&OE.
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