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Bachmann OO SR 1294 C Class 0-6-0 Southern Railway Black Bulleid Lettering 31-461A

Bachmann OO SR 1294 C Class 0-6-0 Southern Railway Black Bulleid Lettering 31-461A
A very nice and well detailed model of the SE&CR C class 0-6-0 goods engines, a class with a very long life serving the 'Chatham' Southern Railway and British Railways. The model features a finely detailed bodyshell driven by Bachmanns' reliable mechanism and nicely geared for steady running at slow and medium speeds.
The 0-6-0 goods engine was well suited to the goods trains of the South East, where generally lighter weight general merchandise and agricultral traffic exceeded demand for mineral haulage. These engines were quite capable of helping out with passenger services when needed, making them a useful engine type to have available and a key if unglamorous part of the motive power fleet.
DCC Ready. 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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Bachmann OO BR 31227 Wainwright C Class 0-6-0 Black Early Emblem 31-462A

Bachmann OO BR 31227 Wainwright C Class 0-6-0 Black Early Emblem 31-462A
A very nice and well detailed model of the SE&CR C class 0-6-0 goods engines, a class with a very long life serving the 'Chatham' Southern Railway and British Railways. The model features a finely detailed bodyshell driven by Bachmanns' reliable mechanism and nicely geared for steady running at slow and medium speeds.
The 0-6-0 goods engine was well suited to the goods trains of the South East, where generally lighter weight general merchandise and agricultral traffic exceeded demand for mineral haulage. These engines were quite capable of helping out with passenger services when needed, making them a useful engine type to have available and a key if unglamorous part of the motive power fleet.
DCC Ready. 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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Bachmann OO LB&SCR 579 E4 Class 0-6-2 Tank Engine LB&SC Umber Livery 35-075

Bachmann OO LB&SCR 579 E4 Class 0-6-2 Tank Engine LB&SC Umber Livery 35-075
A new model of a useful and long-lived design of tank engine, serving with the London Brighton and South Coast Railway, later Southern Ralway and British Railways. Tank engines have always been the workhorses of the British railway network, from shunting wagons to hauling local goods and passenger trains on main and branch lines. This model is a very welcome additon to the fleet of Southern locomotives, especially following the SECR C class 0-6-0 released by Bachman in 2012.

The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway E4 Class 0-6-2T is side tank engine with six coupled driving wheels and a carrying axle under the bunker, allowing for extra coal to be carried. Designed by Robert J Billinton 75 locomotives of the class were built between 1897 and 1903, working local passenger, freight and branchline trains for over 50 years with the LB&SC, Southern and British Railways. One example is preserved on the Bluebell Railway.

This model of LB&SC number 579 is painted in the Brighton companys' umber livery. Era 2. 1875-1922
DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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Bachmann OO BR(S) 32556 ex-LB&SC E4 Class 0-6-2 Tank Engine Black Early Emblem 35-077

Bachmann OO BR(S) 32556 ex-LB&SC E4 Class 0-6-2 Tank Engine Black Early Emblem 35-077
A new model of a useful and long-lived design of tank engine, serving with the London Brighton and South Coast Railway, later Southern Ralway and British Railways. Tank engines have always been the workhorses of the British railway network, from shunting wagons to hauling local goods and passenger trains on main and branch lines. This model is a very welcome additon to the fleet of Southern locomotives, especially following the SECR C class 0-6-0 released by Bachman in 2012.

The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway E4 Class 0-6-2T is side tank engine with six coupled driving wheels and a carrying axle under the bunker, allowing for extra coal to be carried. Designed by Robert J Billinton 75 locomotives of the class were built between 1897 and 1903, working local passenger, freight and branchline trains for over 50 years with the LB&SC, Southern and British Railways. One example is preserved on the Bluebell Railway.

This model of BR number 32556 is painted in the early BR black livery with lion over wheel emblem. Era 4 1948-1956.

DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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Oxford Rail OO BR 30583 Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Black Late Crest OR76AR001

Oxford Rail OO BR 30583 Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Black Late Crest OR76AR001
Oxford Rail OR76AR001 OO Gauge LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR 30583 Late Crest

A new and highly detailed model of the LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three locomotives were still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.

Performance of this model is excellent with the gearing set to give steady running at low speeds and a moderate top speed. The radial is capable of smooth starts and stops, ideal for sedate branchline services, and the locomotive is able to handle a realistic short country branchline train.
Model finished as British Railways number 30583 in the later livery with lion holding wheel crest.
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Oxford Rail OO BR 30584 Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Black Early Emblem OR76AR002

Oxford Rail OO BR 30584 Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Black Early Emblem OR76AR002
Oxford Rail OR76AR002 OO Gauge LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR 30584 Early Emblem
A new and highly detailed model of the LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.
Model finished as British Railways number 30584 in the early livery with lion over wheel emblem.
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Oxford Rail OO LSWR 488 Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank LSWR Pea Green Livery OR76AR003

Oxford Rail OR76AR003 OO Gauge LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T LSWR 488 Pea Green Livery

A new and highly detailed model of the LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.
Model finished as LSWR/Southern Railway number 488 in sage green livery.
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Oxford Rail OO East Kent Light Railway 5 ex-LSWR Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank EKLR Green Livery OR76AR005

Oxford Rail OO East Kent Light Railway 5 ex-LSWR Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank EKLR Green Livery OR76AR005
Oxford Rail OR76AR005 OO Gauge East Kent Light Railway 5 ex-LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T EKR (ex-LSWR) green livery
A new and highly detailed model of the LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.
This model is finished as the locomotive owned by the East Kent Railway, running as EKLR number 5. The livery was little altered from LSWR paint by the impecunious light railway, but number 5 was to have a long, interesting and varied career...
Built in March 1885 in Glasgow by Neilson & Co as LSWR 488 she was and sold to the Ministry of Munitions in 1914 for service at Ridham, Sittingbourne, Kent. Purchased by EKLR in 1919 and numbered 5 the radial was laid aside needing repairs in 1939. Following WW2 the Southern Railway required another locomotive for the Lyme Regies branch and EKLR 5 was purchased, returning to service in 1946 as SR number 3488. Renumbered 30583 by British Railways the locomotive was withdrawn (again!) in 1961. The number 488 should seem familiar however, as this well travelled engine was purchased for preservation by the Bluebell Railway, the sole surviving example of the class.
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Oxford Rail OO SR 3520 ex-LSWR Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Southern Maunsell Green OR76AR006

Oxford Rail OO SR 3520 ex-LSWR Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Southern Maunsell Green OR76AR006
Oxford Rail OR76AR006 OO Gauge Southern Railway 3250 ex-LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T SR ex-LSWR Olive Green Livery
A new and highly detailed model of the LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.
This model is finished as Southern Railway 3250 painted in the LSWR Urie olive green livery with Southern lettering.
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Hornby OO SR 2-BIL 2 Car Electric Multiple Unit Train Pack NRM R3177

Hornby OO SR 2-BIL 2 Car Electric Multiple Unit Train Pack NRM R3177
The classic designed Southern 2-BIL first made its appearance on the Southern Railway in 1935.  Over the years the 152 twin car units saw stalwart service both with Southern Railway and BR but were eventually retired in 1969.  The twin car 2-BIL (BI =2 and L =Lavatories) had a maximum speed of 60mph and collected their power from a third rail.

The Hornby model not only captures the shape and style of these much loved units but they have also been designed so that they can travel at a scale speed.

This model is finished as the unit preserved as part of the national collection.


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Hornby OO BR(S) 700 Class Black Motor 0-6-0 Goods Engine RR Black Late Crest R3239

Hornby OO BR(S) 700 Class Black Motor 0-6-0 Goods Engine RR Black Late Crest R3239
A detailed model of the LSWRs' small but highly successful 700 class of 0-6-0 goods engines, nicknamed 'Black Motors'. The entire class of 30 locomotives was built at Dubs & Company (Glasgow) in 1897 to the designs of the LSWRs' Scottish locomotive engineer Dugald Drummond. The class proved to be well designed and built, requiring few modifications and surviving as a complete class until 1957. Using a boiler common to the M7 class 0-4-4 tank locos and having a useful mid-range tractive effort of 22,487lbs no doubt contributed to the survival of a quite small class of goods engines.
This model is painted in the later British Railways black livery.
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Hornby OO BR(S) 700 Class Black Motor 0-6-0 Goods Engine BR Black Early Emblem R3240

Hornby OO BR(S) 700 Class Black Motor 0-6-0 Goods Engine BR Black Early Emblem R3240
A detailed model of the LSWRs' small but highly successful 700 class of 0-6-0 goods engines, nicknamed 'Black Motors'. The entire class of 30 locomotives was built at Dubs & Company (Glasgow) in 1897 to the designs of the LSWRs' Scottish locomotive engineer Dugald Drummond. The class proved to be well designed and built, requiring few modifications and surviving as a complete class until 1957. Using a boiler common to the M7 class 0-4-4 tank locos and having a useful mid-range tractive effort of 22,487lbs no doubt contributed to the survival of a quite small class of goods engines.
This model is painted in the early British Railways black livery.
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Hornby OO SR 2-HAL 2 Car Electric Multiple Unit Train R3260

Hornby OO SR 2-HAL 2 Car Electric Multiple Unit Train R3260
A new model of the Southern Railway 2-HAL ourter suburban elctric multiple units. Designed for routes where primaily shorter journeys were being made a lavatory was provided in the trailer car only for passengers making longer trips.
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Hornby OO BR 30316 ex-SR 700 Class 0-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem Weathered R3304

Hornby OO BR 30316 ex-SR 700 Class 0-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem Weathered R3304
BR 0-6-0 700 Class - Early BR, Weathered - R3304

Scot Dugald Drummond was appointed locomtoive superintendent of the London & South Western Railway in 1895 and one of his first tasks was the provision of new and more powerful 0-6-0 goods engines. Already having produced a suitable design for the Caledonian Railway incorporating many of the features which were considered 'modern' 50 years later Drummond arranged for a batch to be built by Dubs in his native Glasgow. Dubs were very prompt with the construction, 30 locomotives being delivered between March and August 1897 and numbered 687-716. 700 was selected as the ofivial class number, though the drawings and loco men refered to the type as 'Dubs Goods Engines'

The performance of the 700s were later improved by the fitting of superheaters by R. Urie (LSWR) and R. Maunsell (SR), 
the class remaining virtually intact well into Nationalisation.

BR 700 Class, locomotive number 30316 was outshopped from Dubs & Co, Glasgow in August 1897. During BR days the locomotive was on Shed at 71A Eastleigh from where it was withdrawn in December 1962.  In August 1963 locomotive 30316 was eventually cut up at the BR Eastleigh Works.


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Hornby OO BR Urie/Maunsell Class S15 4-6-0 Mixed Traffic Locomotive BR Livery Early Emblem R3328

BR 4-6-0 Maunsell S15 Class - BR Early - R3328

Designed by Robert Urie for the LSWR as a general purpose locomotive the S15 followed the 2-cylinder 4-6-0 format which was to remain the most common type of locomotive built for secondary service until the end of steam. The design provided a good combination of power, free-running, free-steaming and ease of maintenance, culminating in the LMS 'Black 5' and its BR standard derivatives. These mixed traffic locomotives could run fast enough to haul heavy secondary and cross-country passenger services over long distances and speed up delivery of express goods trains while being powerful enough to haul most of the general goods trains on the Southern.
On the formation of the Southern Railway in 1923 the S15 was selected as a standard type, further batches being ordered by SR CME Richard Maunsell, expanding the class to 45 examples from which 7 have suvivied into preservation.

A good, high detail model of the Southerns' S15 has long been a missing link in the SR locomotive fleet

  • DCC Type: DCC Ready
  • Livery: BR Early 
  • Entered Service: 1920
  • Purpose: Mixed Traffic
    Suitable rolling stock: SR rolling stock of the period.

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    Hornby OO BR Urie/Maunsell Class S15 4-6-0 Mixed Traffic Locomotive BR Livery Late Crest R3329

    Hornby OO BR Urie/Maunsell Class S15 4-6-0 Mixed Traffic Locomotive BR Livery Late Crest R3329
    BR 4-6-0 Maunsell S15 Class - Late BR - R3329

    Designed by Robert Urie for the LSWR as a general purpose locomotive the S15 followed the 2-cylinder 4-6-0 format which was to remain the most common type of locomotive built for secondary service until the end of steam. The design provided a good combination of power, free-running, free-steaming and ease of maintenance, culminating in the LMS 'Black 5' and its BR standard derivatives. These mixed traffic locomotives could run fast enough to haul heavy secondary and cross-country passenger services over long distances and speed up delivery of express goods trains while being powerful enough to haul most of the general goods trains on the Southern.
    On the formation of the Southern Railway in 1923 the S15 was selected as a standard type, further batches being ordered by SR CME Richard Maunsell, expanding the class to 45 examples from which 7 have suvivied into preservation.

    A good, high detail model of the Southerns' S15 has long been a missing link in the SR locomotive fleet

  • DCC Type: DCC Ready
  • Livery: BR Late 
  • Entered Service: 1920
  • Purpose: Mixed Traffic
    Suitable rolling stock: SR rolling stock of the period.

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    Hornby OO LSWR 488 Adams Radial 4-4-2T 415 Class LSWR Livery as Preserved R3335

    Hornby OO LSWR 488 Adams Radial 4-4-2T 415 Class LSWR Livery as Preserved R3335
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3335 London & Sotuh Western Railways 488 Adams 415 Class Radial 4-4-2 Tank Engine LSWR Pea Green Livery as Preserved at the Bluebell Railway
    A new model of the Adams radial 4-4-2 tank engines, originally built for suburban service with the London South Western Railway but well known for their service on West Country branchlines, particulary the Lyme Regis branch into the 1960s.
    This model is finished as number 488 in LSWR livery, as preserved on the Bluebelle Railway.
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    Hornby OO SR 693 ex-LSWR 700 Class Black Motor 0-6-0 Goods Engine Southern Black Livery R3419

    Hornby OO SR 693 ex-LSWR 700 Class Black Motor 0-6-0 Goods Engine Southern Black Livery R3419
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3419 SR 693 ex-LSWR 700 Class  'Black Motor' 0-6-0 Goods Engine Southern Black Livery

    The LSWR 700 class, nicknamed 'Black Motors' were introduced in 1895 and served through Southern Railway and British Railways ownership until the end of steam in the 1960s, hauling important and profitable if unglamorous goods services. Capable of hauling most goods trains and suitable for passenger services when needed, making the 0-6-0 an excellent choice for local goods service on model railways.

    Hornbys' highly detailed replica of the 700 class was first produced in 2015, featuring a diecast boiler to provide extra weight and a skew wound motor for smooth running.

    Locomotive 693 was built at D?bs & Co, entering service in March 1897 and was allocated to Strawberry Hill. In April 1926 the locomotive received a new Maunsell superheated boiler, as well as a tender from K10 No.344. 1931 saw the locomotive being based at Exmouth Junction. Spells at Basingstoke, Feltham and Bournemouth followed post-nationalisation as 30693, the locomotive being withdrawn from 70C Guildford Shed in July 1961.
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    Hornby OO BR 34032 Camelford Bulleid West Country Class 4-6-2 Light Pacific Air Smoothed Casing BR Early Emblem R3445

    Hornby OO BR 34032 Camelford Bulleid West Country Class 4-6-2 Light Pacific Air Smoothed Casing BR Early Emblem R3445
    A well detailed model of Bulleid West Country class light pacific 4-6-2 express passenger locomotive BR 34032 Camelford complete with the original air-smoothed casing. Painted in British Railways lined green livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
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    Hornby OO SR 21C168 Kenley Streamlined Bulleid Battle of Britain Class 4-6-2 Southern Malachite Green - The Final Day Series R3515

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3515 Southern Railway 21C138 Kenley Bulleid Battle of Britain Class 4-6-2 with Air-Smoothed Streamline Casing. Southern Railway Malachite Green Livery.
    Expected November 2017

    21C168 'Kenley' was built at Brighton, entering traffic on October 7, 1947 at Ramsgate. Unusually, there was no naming ceremony for the locomotive, although one had been due to take place with that for 21C156 'Croydon' but, following procrastination over a suitable naming location, all proposals were dropped and both locomotives entered service unceremoniously. On December 31, 1947, 21C168 'Kenley' was still allocated to Ramsgate Shed.

    SUITABLE ROLLING STOCK R4734, R4735, R4736, R4737

    Minimum curve  Hornby 2nd radius + / 438mm+


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    Hornby OO BR 34096 Trevone Rebuilt Bulleid West Country Class 4-6-2 BR Lined Green Late Crest R3524

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3524 BR 34096 Trevone Rebuilt Bullied West Country Class Light Pacific 4-6-2 BR Lined Green Late Crest

    Hornbys' superb model of the rebuilt Bulleid light pacific, the West Country class, finished as 34069 Trevone as running in the later BR period painted in lined green with the lion holding wheel crest.

    The Bulleid pacifics proved less than satisfactory in their original form with air-smoothed streamline casings, however testing proved the boiler to be quite exceptionally efficient. The principle issues with the mechanical side of the engines was addressed by rebuilding many of them to eliminate the innovative but troublesome valve gear mechanism and removing the casings which trapped oil and caught fire!
    The rebuilt Bulleid locomotives looked more traditionally locomotive-like, but inside were among the most technologically advanced engines built in Britain and proved to be capable express passenger engines.

    DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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    Hornby OO BR 21C159 Sir Archibald Sinclair Bulleid Battle of Britain Class 4-6-2 with Air Smoothed Casing Southern Malachite Green Lettered British Railways R3525

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3525 BR 21C159 Sir Archibald Sinclair Bulleid Battle of Britain Class 4-6-2 Light Pacific Southern Malachite Green Livery Lettered British Railways

    The superbly detailed Hornby model of the Bulleid light pacific type locomotive in original condition with air smoothed streamline casing finished in an unusual early British Railways livery.
    Battle of Britain class pacific 21C159 Sir Clive Sinclair is finished in 1948 style, still carrying her last Southern Railway number, 21C indicating 2 leading and 1 trailing axle with 3 (C) powered axles, followed by the locomotives' number of 159. The engine wears the Southern Railways' malachite green livery with yellow striping. The tender has been relettered BRITISH RAILWAYS using the Southerns' 'sunshine' lettering style.

    Many locomotives repainted in 1948 were lettered 'British Railways' before the new British Transport Commission agreed on the 'unicycling lion' logo for the nationalised railways and transfers were available. Agreement on the 'British Railways' locomotive livery and numbering system took even longer, so locomotives carrying their previous owners' final paint schemes and numbers continued to run into the early 1950s.
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    Bachmann OO BR(S) 32500 ex-LB&SC E4 Class 0-6-2 Tank Engine Black Late Crest 35-078

    Bachmann OO BR(S) 32500 ex-LB&SC E4 Class 0-6-2 Tank Engine Black Late Crest 35-078
    A new model of a useful and long-lived design of tank engine, serving with the London Brighton and South Coast Railway, later Southern Ralway and British Railways. Tank engines have always been the workhorses of the British railway network, from shunting wagons to hauling local goods and passenger trains on main and branch lines. This model is a very welcome additon to the fleet of Southern locomotives, especially following the SECR C class 0-6-0 released by Bachman in 2012.

    The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway E4 Class 0-6-2T is side tank engine with six coupled driving wheels and a carrying axle under the bunker, allowing for extra coal to be carried. Designed by Robert J Billinton 75 locomotives of the class were built between 1897 and 1903, working local passenger, freight and branchline trains for over 50 years with the LB&SC, Southern and British Railways. One example is preserved on the Bluebell Railway.

    This model of BR number 32500 is painted in the later BR black livery with lion holding wheel crest. Era 5 1957-1966.
    Please note the number has been revised from the original catalogue listing.

    DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Hornby OO SR 2-BIL 2-car Electric Multiple Unit Train Southern Green R3161A

    Hornby OO SR 2-BIL 2-car Electric Multiple Unit Train Southern Green R3161A
    The classic designed Southern 2-BIL first made its appearance on the Southern Railway in 1935. Over the years the 152 twin car units saw stalwart service both with Southern Railway and BR but were eventually retired in 1969. The twin car 2-BIL (BI =2 and L =Lavatories) had a maximum speed of 60mph and collected their power from a third rail.

    The Hornby model not only captures the shape and style of these much loved units but they have also been designed so that they can travel at a scale speed.

    This model is painted in the Southern Railway green livery, a deeper shade than later used by British Railways. The unit represented in this pack is SR No. 2114 formed of MBTL motor car 10680 and DTCL composite trailer car 12147, part of the 4th batch built in 1938 for service on the London Waterloo to Reading route.


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    Hornby OO BR(S) 1960 Brighton Belle Pullman Train Pack Umber & Cream R3184

    Hornby OO BR(S) 1960 Brighton Belle Pullman Train Pack Umber & Cream R3184
    The Brighton Belle is one of the most famous, if not the most famous of the ?Belle? trains to operate on British tracks.  Recently, under the patronage of the Transport Trust, a group was formed to restore a 5BEL and bring one of the sets back into service under private ownership.

    The stunningly elegant Hornby model with its abundance of detail and lit table lamps is presented this year as the?Belle? appeared in the 1960s and certainly captures perfectly the opulence and style of the Brighton Belle Pullman.

    2 car pack containing Drive Motor Brake 3rd (powered) and dummy Drive Motor Brake.

    Extend this train pack with R4582 Pullman Brighton Belle 1960s Car Pack


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    Hornby OO BR 30584 Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR Early Emblem R3333

    Hornby OO BR 30584 Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR Early Emblem R3333
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3333 British Railways ex-LSWR/SR Adams Radial 4-4-2 Tank Engine BR Black Early Emblem
    A new model of the Adams radial 4-4-2 tank engines, originally built for suburban service with the London South Western Railway but well known for their service on West Country branchlines, particulary the Lyme Regis branch into the 1960s.
    This model is painted in the early British Railways black livery with lion over wheel emblem.
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    Hornby OO BR 30582 Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR Late Crest R3334

    Hornby OO BR 30582 Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR Late Crest R3334
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3334 British Railways ex-LSWR/SR Adams Radial 4-4-2 Tank Engine BR Black Late Crest
    A new model of the Adams radial 4-4-2 tank engines, originally built for suburban service with the London South Western Railway but well known for their service on West Country branchlines, particulary the Lyme Regis branch into the 1960s.
    This model is painted in the later British Railways black livery with lion holding wheel crest.
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    Bachmann OO SR 2426 St Albans Head ex-LBSCR H2 Class 4-4-2 Atlantic Olive Green 31-920

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 31-920 SR 2426 St Albans Head Class H2 Brighton Atlantic 4-4-2 Southern Railway Olive Green
    New model announced 2013 for future production. Delivery expected late 2017 / early 2018.

    Bachmann have announced the production of a OO Scale model of the class H2 4-4-2 Atlantic express passenger locomotives. Designed by D.E. Marsh and L. Billinton for the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) this is a classic of Edwardian express passenger locomotive design.

    Known as the Brighton Atlantics the 6 locomotives of the H2 class built 1911/12, a development of the H1 class and fitted with a Schmidt superheater giving improved power and efficiency. These engines were built to haul the express trains on the London to Brighton route including the prestigious Pullman trains, the Brighton Limited and Southern Belle. Superseeded by the more powerful King Arthur class engines introuduced from 1920 plenty of work was found for them, including boat trains serving the Newhaven to Dieppe cross-channel ferrys, leading to the Atlantics being named after prominent South coast geographical features.

    None of the Brighton Atlantics survived long enough to be preserved, however in 2000 the Bluebell Railway Atlantic Group was formed to build a replica of Beachy Head. Bachmann is working closely with the Bluebell Railway Atlantic Group to produce this model.

    Era 3. DCC and Sound Ready, 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation. Length 264mm.


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    Bachmann OO BR 32424 Beachy Head ex-LBSCR H2 Class 4-4-2 Atlantic Black Early Emblem 31-921

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 31-921 BR 32424 Beachy Head Brighton 4-4-2 Atlantic BR Black early Emblem.

    New model announced 2013 for future production.
    Delivery expected late 2017 / early 2018.

    Bachmann have announced the production of a OO Scale model of the class H2 4-4-2 Atlantic express passenger locomotives. Designed by D.E. Marsh and L. Billinton for the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) this is a classic of Edwardian express passenger locomotive design.

    Known as the Brighton Atlantics the 6 locomotives of the H2 class built 1911/12 were a development of the H1 class (5 locomotives), the later engines being fitted with a Schmidt superheater giving improved power and efficiency. These engines were built to haul the express trains on the London to Brighton route including the prestigious Pullman trains, the Brighton Limited and Southern Belle. Superseeded by the  more powerful King Arthur class engines introuduced from 1920 plenty of work was found for them, including boat trains serving the Newhaven to Dieppe cross-channel ferrys. In connection with their use on the boat trains the class received names of prominent South coast geographical features.

    None of the Brighton Atlantics survived long enough to be preserved, however in 2000 the Bluebell Railway Atlantic Group was formed to build a replica of Beachy Head. Bachmann is working closely with the Bluebell Railway Atlantic Group to produce this model.

    Era 4. DCC and Sound Ready, 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation. Length 264mm.


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    Bachmann OO BR 31874 ex-SR N Class 2-6-0 BR Lined Black Early Emblem 32-165

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 32-165 BR Southern N Class 2-6-0 31874 BR Lined Black Early Emblem

    A nicely detailed model of the Maunsell designed N class 2-6-0 mogul mixed traffic locomotives, introduced by the South Eastern & Chatham Railway during WW1, with most being built during the early years of the Southern Railway. These engines worked across much of the Southern Railway network, later the Southern region of British Railways, including routes in the South East and the scenic branchlines of Devon & Cornwall.

    Bachmanns' model features a powerful motor and well designed drive chain inside a diecast chassis block giving plenty of power, allied to a detailed bodyshell designed to allow several design variations to be modelled, including the two tender designs used. The N class chassis has recently been updated, including the fitting of a 6-pin socket for a DCC decoder.

    DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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    Bachmann OO SR 1406 N Class 2-6-0 Slope Sided Tender Southern Black Sunshine Lettering 32-166

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 32-166 Southern Railway N Class 2-6-0 1406 SR Plain Black Sunshine Lettering

    A nicely detailed model of the Maunsell designed N class 2-6-0 mogul mixed traffic locomotives, introduced by the South Eastern & Chatham Railway during WW1, with most being built during the early years of the Southern Railway. These engines worked across much of the Southern Railway network, later the Southern region of British Railways, including routes in the South East and the scenic branchlines of Devon & Cornwall.

    Bachmanns' model features a powerful motor and well designed drive chain inside a diecast chassis block giving plenty of power, allied to a detailed bodyshell designed to allow several design variations to be modelled, including the two tender designs used. The N class chassis has recently been updated, including the fitting of a 6-pin socket for a DCC decoder.

    Era 3. DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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    Bachmann OO SR 2517 Class E4 0-6-2T Southern Green 35-076A

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 35-076A Southern Railway 2517 ex-LBSCR Class E4 0-6-2 Side Tank Locomotive Southern Green

    Model of a useful and long-lived design of tank engine, serving with the London Brighton and South Coast Railway, later Southern Ralway and British Railways. Tank engines have always been the workhorses of the British railway network, from shunting wagons to hauling local goods and passenger trains on main and branch lines. This model is a very welcome additon to the fleet of Southern locomotives, especially following the SECR C class 0-6-0 released by Bachman in 2012.

    The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway E4 Class 0-6-2T is side tank engine with six coupled driving wheels and a carrying axle under the bunker, allowing for extra coal to be carried. Designed by Robert J Billinton 75 locomotives of the class were built between 1897 and 1903, working local passenger, freight and branchline trains for over 50 years with the LB&SC, Southern and British Railways. One example is preserved on the Bluebell Railway.

    This model numbered 2517 represents a member of the class following the Southern Railways' comprehensive renumbering scheme implemented around 1930 to bring the locomotives of all the consitituent companies into one numbering sequence. 2517 had been LB&SCR 517 named Limpsfield and continued into British Railways service, being withdrawn as 32517 in 1959.

    Era 3. 1823-1948
    DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Bachmann OO BR 32494 ex-SR/LBSCR Class E4 0-6-2 Tank BR Lined Black Early Emblem 35-079

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 35-079 BR 32494 ex-SR/LB&SCR Class E4 0-6-2 Side Tank Locomotive British Railways Lined Black Early Emblem

    Model of a useful and long-lived design of tank engine, serving with the London Brighton and South Coast Railway, later Southern Railway and British Railways. Tank engines have always been the workhorses of the British railway network, from shunting wagons to hauling local goods and passenger trains on main and branch lines. This model is a very welcome addition to the fleet of Southern locomotives, especially following the SECR C class 0-6-0 released by Bachman in 2012.

    This model of BR number 32494 carries the early British Railways lined black livery with lion over wheel emblem. Due to their extensive use on commuter and mainline stopping passenger services in the early BR period most of the E4s received this lined livery. This model also has a slightly different lining style to the late crest model previously release.

    Era 4 1948-1956. DCC Ready. 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Dapol OO L&SWR Normandy B4 Class 0-4-0 Tank Shunting Engine 4S-018-001

    Dapol OO Gauge 4S-018-001 London & South Western Railway 96 Normandy B4 Class 0-4-0T Shunting Engine Black Livery as preserved.
    Delivery anticipated Spring 2018

    A finely detailed model of the L&SWRs B4 class of 20 0-4-0 tank engines built between 1891 and 1893 for service at Southampton docks, Poole quay and other locations with sharply curved track where growing traffic levels needed steam-powered shunting engines to replace horses. The first engines were designed by William Adams, with a further 5 generally similar engines added in 1908 by Dugald Drummond.
    These engines remained in service until nationalisation, although withdraws started in 1948 several engines lasted a further 10 years and 2 have been preserved, including 96 Normandy on the Bluebell Railway.

    The Dapol model has been carefully designed to allow for the detail changes made to the class over their many years in service, including the two distinct cab spectacle plate designs. A high performance motor and drive train are to be fitted to give good smooth running characteristics as slow shunting speeds. Many separate parts have been designed to provide detail fittings which can be adapted to particular engines and periods.

    This model of 96 Normandy is to be finished in LSWR black livery and the name sign-written on the tank, as preserved on the Bluebell Railway.

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    Dapol OO L&SWR 90 Caen B4 Class 0-4-0 Tank Shunting Engine Brown Livery 4S-018-002

    Dapol OO Gauge 4S-018-002 London & South Western Railway 90 Caen B4 Class 0-4-0T Shunting Engine Brown Livery
    Delivery anticipated Spring 2018

    A finely detailed model of the L&SWRs B4 class of 20 0-4-0 tank engines built between 1891 and 1893 for service at Southampton docks, Poole quay and other locations with sharply curved track where growing traffic levels needed steam-powered shunting engines to replace horses. The first engines were designed by William Adams, with a further 5 generally similar engines added in 1908 by Dugald Drummond.
    These engines remained in service until nationalisation, although withdraws started in 1948 several engines lasted a further 10 years and 2 have been preserved, including 96 Normandy on the Bluebell Railway.

    The Dapol model has been carefully designed to allow for the detail changes made to the class over their many years in service, including the two distinct cab spectacle plate designs. A high performance motor and drive train are to be fitted to give good smooth running characteristics as slow shunting speeds. Many separate parts have been designed to provide detail fittings which can be adapted to particular engines and periods.

    This model of 90 Caen is to be finished in LSWR brown livery, as applied in later LSWR ownership.
    Under SR ownership the 14 engines controlled by the docks department received a livery of dark chocolate with red lining which may well have been inspired by this LSWR livery.

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    Dapol OO SR 88 B4 Class 0-4-0 Tank Shunting Engine Southern Black with Green Lining 4S-018-003

    Dapol OO Gauge 4S-018-003 Southern Railway 88 B4 Class 0-4-0T Shunting Engine SR Black with Green Lining
    Delivery anticipated Spring 2018

    A finely detailed model of the L&SWRs B4 class of 20 0-4-0 tank engines built between 1891 and 1893 for service at Southampton docks, Poole quay and other locations with sharply curved track where growing traffic levels needed steam-powered shunting engines to replace horses. The first engines were designed by William Adams, with a further 5 generally similar engines added in 1908 by Dugald Drummond.
    These engines remained in service until nationalisation, although withdraws started in 1948 several engines lasted a further 10 years and 2 have been preserved, including 96 Normandy on the Bluebell Railway.

    The Dapol model has been carefully designed to allow for the detail changes made to the class over their many years in service, including the two distinct cab spectacle plate designs. A high performance motor and drive train are to be fitted to give good smooth running characteristics as slow shunting speeds. Many separate parts have been designed to provide detail fittings which can be adapted to particular engines and periods.

    This model of Southern Railway number 88 96 Normandy is to be finished in SR black livery with green lining.
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    Dapol OO BR 30089 B4 Class 0-4-0 Tank Shunting Engine Black Early Emblem 4S-018-004

    Dapol OO Gauge 4S-018-004 British Railways ex-SR/LSWR 30089 B4 Class 0-4-0T Shunting Engine BR Black Early Emblem
    Delivery anticipated Spring 2018

    A finely detailed model of the L&SWRs B4 class of 20 0-4-0 tank engines built between 1891 and 1893 for service at Southampton docks, Poole quay and other locations with sharply curved track where growing traffic levels needed steam-powered shunting engines to replace horses. The first engines were designed by William Adams, with a further 5 generally similar engines added in 1908 by Dugald Drummond.
    These engines remained in service until nationalisation, although withdraws started in 1948 several engines lasted a further 10 years and 2 have been preserved, including 96 Normandy on the Bluebell Railway.

    The Dapol model has been carefully designed to allow for the detail changes made to the class over their many years in service, including the two distinct cab spectacle plate designs. A high performance motor and drive train are to be fitted to give good smooth running characteristics as slow shunting speeds. Many separate parts have been designed to provide detail fittings which can be adapted to particular engines and periods.

    This model of British Railways 30089 is to be finished in early British Railways black livery with lion over wheel emblem.
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    Dapol OO BR 30096 B4 Class 0-4-0 Tank Shunting Engine Black Late Crest 4S-018-005

    Dapol OO Gauge 4S-018-005 British Railways ex-SR/LSWR 30096 B4 Class 0-4-0T Shunting Engine BR Black Late Crest
    Delivery anticipated Spring 2018

    A finely detailed model of the L&SWRs B4 class of 20 0-4-0 tank engines built between 1891 and 1893 for service at Southampton docks, Poole quay and other locations with sharply curved track where growing traffic levels needed steam-powered shunting engines to replace horses. The first engines were designed by William Adams, with a further 5 generally similar engines added in 1908 by Dugald Drummond.
    These engines remained in service until nationalisation, although withdraws started in 1948 several engines lasted a further 10 years and 2 have been preserved, including 96 Normandy on the Bluebell Railway.

    The Dapol model has been carefully designed to allow for the detail changes made to the class over their many years in service, including the two distinct cab spectacle plate designs. A high performance motor and drive train are to be fitted to give good smooth running characteristics as slow shunting speeds. Many separate parts have been designed to provide detail fittings which can be adapted to particular engines and periods.

    This model of British Railways 30096 is to be finished in the later British Railways black livery with lion holding wheel crest.
    30096 is the former Normandy, one of the last B4 tanks in British Railways service and now preserved at the Bluebell Railway

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    Oxford Rail OO SR 3520 ex-LSWR Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Southern Maunsell Green DCC & Sound OR76AR006XS

    Oxford Rail OR76AR006XS OO Gauge Southern Railway 3250 ex-LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T SR ex-LSWR Olive Green Livery. DCC and Sound Fitted

    A DCC and Sound fitted version of Oxford Rails' detailed LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engine model.
    These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.

    This model is finished as Southern Railway 3250 painted in the LSWR Urie olive green livery with Southern lettering.
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    Oxford Rail OO SR 3520 ex-LSWR Adams 4-4-2T Radial Tank Southern Late Sunshine Lettering DCC & Sound OR76AR007XS

    Oxford Rail OR76AR006XS OO Gauge Southern Railway 3250 ex-LSWR Class 415 Adams Radial 4-4-2T Late Southern Livery with Sunshine Lettering. DCC and Sound Fitted

    A DCC and sound equiped version of the latest 'Radial' to be announced, a highly detailed model of the LSWR 415 class 'Adams Radial' 4-4-2 tank engines.
    These classic British locomotives were built from 1882 for suburban services along the LSWR lines from London. Displaced by larger locomotives the radials found new homes on country branchlines, the last three of the class still working the Lyme Regis branch until 1962.

    This model is finished as Southern Railway 3250 painted in the late Southern livery with sunshine lettering.
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    Hornby OO BR 30842 Maunsell S15 Class 4-6-0 BR Plain Black Early Emblem R3412

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3412 BR 30842 Maunsell S15 Class 4-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem

    A second release of Hornbys' excellent new model of the Maunsell S15 class 4-6-0, the Southerns' general purpose mixed traffic engines.
    This model is finished as BR 30842 in the early British Railways plain black livery with lion over wheel emblem.

    Locomotive 30842 was one of the last batch of S15s, being built at Eastleigh works during August 1936 and spent alternating periods at 70B Feltham shed and 70D Eastleigh shed before disposal in November 1965.


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    Hornby OO SR 3125 ex-LSWR 415 Class Adams Radial 4-4-2T R3422

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3422 Southern Railway 3125 ex-LSWR 415 Class Adamsa Radial 4-4-2 Tank Engine SR Black Livery
    Expected February 2017

    Hornby have announced the second batch of 'Adams Radial' models which will feature this model of 3125 in Southern livery.

    In 1882, to support 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 415 Class locomotives were all constructed away from the LSWR workshops at Nine Elms, which were at full capacity, being built by R. Stephenson, Neilson & Co, Beyer Peacock and D?bs & Co between 1882 and 1885.
    All constructed to the same basic design, those leaving the works after 1884 had slightly larger side water tanks and deeper fireboxes, whilst later modifications saw the trademark Adams stove pipe chimney being replaced by a lipped version, the addition of coal rails to the bunker and the fitting of double slide bars and crossheads in place of the original, single bars.

    The introduction of the Drummond M7 led to the Class 415 being shifted to rural branch traffic and by Grouping in 1923, only 30 locomotives made it on to the Southern Railway?s stock book. By 1927, only two engines remained, although in 1946 they were joined by a further locomotive, purchased from the East Kent Railway. All three were finally withdrawn from service in 1961.

    The SR 4-4-2T ?3125? Adams Radial will be modelled in SR black with Bulleid lettering


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    Hornby OO BR 30583 ex-LSWR/SR 415 Class Adams Radial 4-4-2T BR Black Late Crest R3423

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3423 BR 30583 Adams Radial 415 Class 4-4-2T British Railways Black Late Crest
    Expected Spring 2017

    In 1882, to support 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 415 Class locomotives were all constructed away from the LSWR workshops at Nine Elms, which were at full capacity, being built by R. Stephenson, Neilson & Co, Beyer Peacock and D?bs & Co between 1882 and 1885. All constructed to the same basic design, those leaving the works after 1884 had slightly larger side water tanks and deeper fireboxes, whilst later modifications saw the trademark Adams stove pipe chimney being replaced by a lipped version, the addition of coal rails to the bunker and the fitting of double slide bars and crossheads in place of the original, single bars.
    The introduction of the Drummond M7 led to the Class 415s being shifted to rural branch traffic and by Grouping in 1923, only 30 locomotives made it on to the Southern Railway?s stock book. By 1927, only two engines remained, although in 1946 they were joined by a further locomotive, purchased from the East Kent Railway. All three were finally withdrawn from service in 1961.

    The BR 4-4-2T ?30583? Adams Radial will be modelled in BR lined black with late crests.


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    Hornby OO BR 30792 Sir Hervis de Revel N15 King Arthur Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Early Emblem R3456

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3456 BR ex-SR N15 King Arthur Class 4-6-0 30792 Sir Hervis de Revel British Railways Lined Green early Emblem

    Expected April 2016

    Hornby introduced this superb highly detailed model of the Southern Raiwlay N15 King Arthur class express passenger 4-6-0s a couple of years ago. The 2016 model is British Railways 30792 Sir Heris de Revel painted in the BR lined green livery with the early lion over wheel emblem.

    DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Hornby OO SR 921 Shrewsbury Maunsell Schools Class V 4-4-0 SR Livery R3458

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3458 SR 921 Shrewsbury Maunsell Schools Class V 4-4-0 SR Livery

    Hornbys excellent and highly detailed model of the Maunsell Schools class 4-4-0 is to return to the range oin 2016 finihsed as Southern Railway 921 Shrewsbury.

    The Class V 4-4-0 was the last new design of 4-4-0 express locomotives to enter service in Britain. Faced with limitations on locomotive length at some terminals restricting the use of the new and powerful 4-6-0 designs the Southerns' CME Richard Maunsell compromised, using parts of the 4-6-0 designs in a shorter 4-4-0 locomotive. The class V 'Schools' class engines were the most powerful 4-4-0s in Europe and were an immidiate success, being regarded by locomotive crews as the finest engines on the Southern.
    The Schools class remained on express passenger and cross-country duties until the class was withdrawn from service during 1961/2, displaced by new diesel locomotives and multiple unit trains.


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    Hornby OO BR 30832 Maunsell S15 Class 4-6-0 BR Plain Black Early Emblem TTS Sound R3507TTS

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3507TTS BR 30832 Maunsell S15 Class 4-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem TTS Sound

    Expected August 2017


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    Hornby OO BR 31551 Wainwright H Class 0-4-4T BR Lined Black Late Crest with Maunsell Pull-Push Set 602 BR Southern Green Train Pack R3512

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3512 BR Southern Region Pull-Push train with Wainwright H Class 0-4-4 31551 In BR Lined Black and Maunsell Pull-Push Set 602 Southern Railway in BR Southern Region Green
    Expected November 2017

    Wholesale withdrawal by British Railways (Southern Region) of former LB&SCR Class D3, LC&DR Class R and SE&CR Class R1 locomotives left the eastern section of the region short of motor-fitted engines and so the salvaged gear was fitted to many of the Wainwright 'H' Class locomotives from March 1949. The first of the class to be converted was No. 31522, with a further forty four engines being converted by January 1961 and with their excellent acceleration and free steaming characteristics, the locomotives proved a popular success in this role, being used across both eastern and central sections of the region.

    Coaching stock:

    • - Push/Pull Set 602
    • - 1 x ex-BCK
    • - 1 x ex-SO

    Minimum curve  Hornby 2nd radius + / 438mm+


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    Hornby OO SR 742 Camelot Urie N15 King Arthur Class 4-6-0 Southern Black Livery R3527

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3527 SR 742 Camelot Urie N15 King Arthur Class 4-6-0 Southern Black Livery
    Expected June 2017

    A detailed model of the Urie designed N15 class express passenger locomotives, the names for which were drawn from Arthurian legend, with 742 gaining the name of King Arthurs' seat of Camelot.

    This model is painted in the later Southern Railway black livery with 'sunshine' yellow lettering.
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    Hornby OO SECR Wainwright H Class 0-4-4T South Eastern Green Livery R3538

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3538 South Eastern & Chatham Railway 308 Wainright H Class 0-4-4 Tank Engine SE&CR Green Livery
    Release expected Quarter 1 2018 (Model postponed from 2017 programme by Hornby)
    We are taking pre-orders for these models and will contact customers to arrange payment on release,

    Newly announced by Hornby the SR/SECR H class is a very useful addition to the range of small Southern locomotives, the H class 0-4-4T and C class 0-6-0 (Bachmann) formed the principal motive power on many branchlines. Many of the tank engines fitted with the Southern Railway air control pull-system under British Railways ownership, replacing many much older locomotives on busy suburban branches as well as lines in the country districts of Kent and Sussex. The classes last regular duties were around Tunbridge Wells, working some of the connecting lines between the main London routes until the end of 1963 when the locomotives were made surplus by line closures, electrification and diesel traction.

    DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Hornby OO BR 31518 ex-SER Wainwright H Class 0-4-4T British Railways Lined Black Late Crest R3539

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3539 British Railways Southern Region 31518 ex-South Eastern Railway Wainright H Class 0-4-4 Tank Engine BR Lined Black Late Crest
    Release expected Quarter 1 2018 (postponed from 2017 programme by Hornby Hobbies)

    We are taking pre-orders for these models and will contact customers to arrange payment on release,

    Newly announced by Hornby the SR/SECR H class is a very useful addition to the range of small Southern locomotives, the H class 0-4-4T and C class 0-6-0 (Bachmann) formed the pricipal motive power on many branchlines. Many of the tank engines fitted for pull-push control by the Southern and ran until displaced by electrification and branchline closures in the 1960s.

    Fitted with pull-push control by 1952 31518 was allocated to Gillingham until June 1959 when the locomotive moved to Tonbridge shed, later being sent to Tunbridge Wells West from July 1962, but moving on to Three Bridges in September 1963 before being withdrawn from service in January 1964, one of the last H class engines in service.


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    Hornby OO SR 1324 ex-SER Wainwright H Class 0-4-4T Southern Maunsel Green Livery R3540

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge Southern Railway 1324 ex-South Eastern Railway Wainright H Class 0-4-4 Tank Engine Southern Maunsel Green Livery

    Release expected Quarter 1 2018 (Model postponed from 2017 programme by Hornby)
    We are taking pre-orders for these models and will contact customers to arrange payment on release,

    Newly announced by Hornby the SR/SECR H class is a very useful addition to the range of small Southern locomotives, the H class 0-4-4T and C class 0-6-0 (Bachmann) formed the pricipal motive power on many branchlines. Many of the tank engines fitted for pull-push control by the Southern and ran until displaced by electrification and branchline closures in the 1960s.

    DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Hornby OO SR C24 Bulleid Q1 Class 0-6-0 Goods Engine Southern Black R3559

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3559 Southern Railway C24 Bulleid Q1 Class 0-6-0 Goods Engine Southern Black

    Expected October 2017

    Designed and built during WW2 these engines featured many economies in manufacturing, with the boiler casing being squared off and wheel splashers and running plate eliminated. The engines proved quite capable for all their unorthodox looks, able to run at a good speed and handle the many light merchandise trains operated across the Southern counties where there was only a limited need for heavy mineral trains.

    Hornbys' model of Q1 C24 (C for 3 driven axles, locomotive 24) represents this engine in the late Southern Railway period painted in plain black with 'sunshine' lettering.


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    Hornby OO BR 33032 Bulleid Q1 Class 0-6-0 Goods Engine BR Black Late Crest R3560

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3560 BR 33032 Bulleid Q1 Class 0-6-0 Goods Engine BR Black Late Crest
    Designed and built during WW2 these engines featured many economies in manufacturing, with the boiler casing being squared off and wheel splashers and running plate eliminated. The engines proved quite capable for all their unorthodox looks, able to run at a good speed and handle the many light merchandise trains operated across the Southern counties where there was only a limited need for heavy mineral trains.
    Hornbys' model of Q1 33032 represents this engine in the later British Railways period painted in plain black with the later lion holding wheel crest.
    DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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    Hornby OO BR 35014 Nederland Line Rebuilt Bulleid Merchant Navy Class 4-6-2 Pacific BR Lined Green Early Emblem R3566



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