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Corgi 1/120 LNER Class A4 4-6-2 Silver Link 2509 ST97503



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Corgi 1/120 LNER 4-6-2 A4 Class 'Bittern' 4464 A4 Gathering 2013 SPECIAL EDITION ST97504

Built in 1937 at the LNER?s Doncaster Works, ?Bittern? was the twenty-fourth A4 Class locomotive. ?Bittern? started its working life based at the Heaton Shed, Newcastle and operated the famous Flying Scotsman train on the section between London King?s Cross and Newcastle.
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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 A4 Class 'Dwight D Eisenhower' 60008 A4 Gathering 2013 SPECIAL EDITION ST97505

?Golden Shuttle? No. 4496 entered traffic in September 1937 in the LNER Garter Blue livery. Throughout the Second World War No. 4496 was painted in wartime black as were the majority of locomotives and on LNER locomotives they also removed the ?L? and the ?R? leaving ?NE ?. It has sometimes been believed that this was done to confuse spies but also to reduce the materials and labour needed to maintain the locomotive.
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Corgi 1/120 LNER 4-6-2 A4 Class 'Dominion of Canada' 4489 A4 Gathering 2013 SPECIAL EDITION ST97506

LNER A4 Class No.4489 was outshopped on the 24th May 1937 from the Doncaster works and was originally to be named as ?Buzzard? then ?Woodcock?. It was instead named ?Dominion of Canada? alongside other A4 Class locomotives named after British Commonwealth countries of the time.
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Corgi 1/120 LNER 4-6-2 Call Boy A3 Class 2795 ST97602



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Corgi 1/120 LNER 4-6-2 A3 Class Flying Scotsman 4472 50 Years in Preservation ST97604

After almost forty years in service for the GNR, LNER and British Railways, 'Flying Scotsman' retired from main-line service in 1963.  By 1964 all fifty-eight A3 Class locomotives had been retired from service with BR, 'Flying Scotsman' No.60103 being the only one to have been saved for preservation by Alan Pedger, a businessman from Nottinghamshire. Pedger had seen 'Flying Scotsman' at the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley in 1924, this left a lasting memory as just under forty years later he saved 'Flying Scotsman' from the fate of the scrapyard when he purchased it from British Railways for the sum of ?3,000.

As part of the deal with BR, Pedger agreed to restore 'Flying Scotsman' to its LNER livery of Apple Green carrying its LNER-era numbering of 4472.  On the 26th March 1963 'Flying Scotsman' emerged from the Doncaster Works in its newly painted LNER livery with a single chimney with the smoke deflectors removed and paired with a corridor type tender taken from the withdrawn A4 Class No.60034 'Lord Faringdon'.


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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 Britannia Class Oliver Cromwell 70013 Circa 2012 SPECIAL EDITION ST97702

'Oliver Cromwell' was the fourteenth of fifty-five Standard Class 7 (Britannia Class) locomotives to be built.  No.70013 entered service on the 30th May 1951 allocated to British Railways Norwich depot before moving to Ipswich in September 1958. 'Oliver Cromwell' spent time at five different sheds over the next decade until it travelled by road to Alan Bloom's steam museum at Bressingham Gardens at the end of its main-line working life.

In 2004 No. 70013 moved to the Great Central Railway where it was fully dismantled and rebuilt ready for return to main-line working in preparation for the 40th anniversary of the end of steam. 'Oliver Cromwell' now forms part of the National Railway Collection and runs regular excursions preserved in a Brunswick Green livery and carrying the BR late totem as it would have worn in its final main-line years of service.


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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 Britannia Class Robin Hood 70038 BR Early ST97703

In total there were only fifty-five Standard Class 7 (Britannia Class) locomotives ever produced, all built at the British Railways Crewe works.  Construction of the first Britannia was completed on the 2nd January 1951 with the first recorded journey taking place in the form of a test run between Crewe and Carlisle at 12:50 on 11th January 1951.  The test load was four-hundred and forty tons of empty rolling stock including a dynameter car which recorded a maximum speed of 75mph.
'Robin Hood' was the thirty-ninth Standard Class 7 to be built and entered into traffic on 29th January 1953, almost exactly two years after the first ever Britannia entered service.

No.70038 spent the first part of its working life in North London and East Anglia serving the East Coast mainline.  'Robin Hood' spent its last four years working out of Carlisle before sadly being sold for scrap to J. McWilliams of Shettleston in January 1968.


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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 A4 Class 'Union of South Africa' 60009 A4 Gathering 2013 SPECIAL EDITION ST97507

Designed by Sir Nigel Gresley, A4 Class No.4488 was the fifteenth of the thirty-five A4 Class locomotives built. Entering service in 1937 No.4488 wore the LNER Garter Blue livery until 21st March 1942 when it was painted black. It was originally planned for No. 4488 to be named ?Osprey? but along with others in the class it was named after British Commonwealth countries. During the 1980s and 1990s it carried the nameplate ?Osprey? for political reasons.
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Corgi 1/120 GWR 4-6-0 4079 Pendennis Castle ST97804

This diecast model depicts  4079 4-6-0 Pendennis Castle recentry repatraited from Austraila ans now being restores at Didcot Railway Centre

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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 A3 60054 Prince of Wales ST97605

Railway companies in the 1930s were starting to feel the increased competition from air and road travel as the demand for speed, efficiency and luxury grew. These pressures at the time meant LNE R had to develop locomotives to enable them to compete. During the 1920s a series of experiments to improve performance were carried out on the A1 Class locomotives. This resulted in the birth of the A3 Class.
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Corgi 1/120 LNER 4-6-2 A3 'Flying Scotsman' 4472, Australian Tour 1988 ST97606

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In the late 1980s a group of Australian railway enthusiasts made contact with the National Railway Museum expressing a strong interest in bringing one of its collection of British iconic locomotives to Australia as part of Bicentennial celebrations. Their first choice was the then operational A4 Class Mallard but this was refused and in its place the Flying Scotsman was selected. The time was then set for the Flying Scotsman to depart on its five week shipment from Tilbury docks to Sydney. In all, the locomotive was scheduled to depart in September 1988 and to return ready for Christmas Specials in the UK during December 1989.
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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 Britannia Class Charles Dickens 70033 ST97704

The British Rail Standard Class 7, otherwise known as the Britannia Class was designed by Robert Riddles for mixed traffic duties. In all, fifty-five of the Class were built at the BR Crewe Works between January 1951 and September 1954. The BR Standard Class 7 locomotives took their names from great Britons, Scottish Firths and former Star Class locomotives.
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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 Britannia Class Black Prince 70008 ST97705



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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 Britannia Class 'William Shakespeare' 70004 (BR Early) ST97706

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The British Rail Standard Class 7, otherwise known as the Britannia Class, was designed by Robert Riddles for mixed traffic duties. In all, 55 of the Class were built at the BR Crewe Works between January 1951 and September 1954. The BR Standard Class 7 locomotives took their names from great Britons, Scottish Firths and former Star Class locomotives. The fifth locomotive of the class, No. 70004 was built in 1951 and was delivered for service on the 29th March of that year.
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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-0 Castle Class 4073 Caerphilly Castle (BR Early) ST97802

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No. 4073 was the first Castle Class locomotive to be built and was, at the time, considered the lead locomotive of its class. Designed by Charles Collett and built at the GWR Swindon Works, GWR 4073 was the first of one hundred and seventy-one Castle Classes to be built. After a brief period of being in running service between April and October 1924, GWR 4073 was then exhibited at the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley.
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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-0 4082 Windsor Castle ST97803A



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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-0 7037 Swindon The Last Castle Class Locomotive To Be Built ST97805

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The Castle Class, otherwise known as the GWR 4073 Class, was a development of the earlier Star Class. The Castle Class locomotives were designed by Charles Collett, the Chief Mechanical Engineer of the GWR, in 1923. At this time there was heavy competition around Britain to develop faster and more efficient locomotives between the major railway companies. A total of one hundred and seventy-one Castle Class locomotives were built, including fifteen rebuilds of the earlier Star Class. The Castle Class was built over a twenty-seven year period from August 1923 right through to August 1950 at the GWR?s Swindon Works.
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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 Peppercorn Class Tornado Circa 2012 ST97901

This Corgi Rail Legend Model built diecast encapsulates the glory of this piece of British history, a new build steam locomotive built in 2008 by the A1 Steam locomotive trust are seen on rail tours throughout the UK.

Length 184mm.


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Corgi 1/120 BR 4-6-2 Peppercorn A1 Class 'Tornado' 60163 Circa 2012 BR Green (BR Late) ST97902

In November 1990 a group of people formed the ?A1 Steam Locomotive Trust?, as a charitable organisation their objective was to build an A1 Class locomotive from scratch. The actual building of the locomotive started in 1994 based on the original Peppercorn design but incorporating some improvements. Completed in 2008, the locomotive was given the next sequential A1 number of 60163 and was named ?Tornado? in honour of the Royal Air Force aircraft. Through the early months of 2011 ?Tornado? was undergoing an overhaul, prior to this it was painted in a traditional LNER livery but in February the team at the Trust commenced a full repaint.
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