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Heljan OO GWR 1370 0-6-0PT 1366 Class Pannier Tank GWR Green Lettered GWR 1322

Heljan OO Gauge 1322 GWR 1366 class - GWR 1370 in green with G W R lettering

Following on from the Churchward design 1361 class saddle tank engines the design was adapted to the familiar GWR pannier tank layout for a further batch of similar light dockside shunting engines, forming the 1366 class.
These engines were used on similar duties to the earlier 1361s where light tracks, bridges or docksides precluded the use of heavier locomotives. The 1366 class was closely associated with the Weymouth Quay Tramway for many years, hauling passenger and goods trains through the streets and along the quays of Weymouth to the GWR marine divisions' Channel Islands terminal. The class were also used on other lines where light locomotives were needed, including several branches serving china clay dries in Cornwall. Several of the GWRs roundhouse sheds tried to keep a one of these small engines on hand as they would fit into a track with another engine, so could be used to haul 'dead' engines onto the turntable.

Model of class leader 1370 painted in the post WW2 GWR green livery lettered GWR.

DCC Ready 6 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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Bachmann OO WW1 Ambulance Train No.40 Train Pack 30-325

Bachmann 30-325 WW1 Ambulance Train train pack with GWR City class locomotive 3711 City of Birmingham.

This special certificated train pack commemorates the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One. Throughout the war, railway companies converted existing stock into sophisticated travelling hospitals. The carriages of these trains were painted with red crosses, indicating their humanitarian role, to prevent enemy attack. The ambulance trains were used at home and abroad for the repatriation of wounded British soldiers. No. 40 was built by the Midland Railway. Many trains also conveyed cars equiped to provide more extensive hospital facilities for the period, including operating theatres for emergency operarions.

The train pack contains
GWR City class 4-4-0 locomotive 3711 City of Birmingham painted in the khaki livery applied to many locomotives under the control of the War Department.
Three Midland Railway coaches painted in Green as adapted for ambulance train operations and carrying red cross markings.
A pack of six WW1 medical staff and wounded soldier figures.

Unlike train sets, these packs do not feature track. 

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Bachmann OO Shakespeare Express Train Pack 30-525

Bachmann OO Shakespeare Express Train Pack 30-525
This gift pack is based on the heritage steam hauled service between Birmingham Moor Street and Stratford-upon-Avon via the North Warwickshire line. Passengers can enjoy a true mainline steam express experience on sections of the former GWR London to Birmingham and Birmingham to Cheltenham routes hauled by one of the locomotives based at Tyseley shed.

The pack includes
  • A model of Tyseley-based GWR Hall 4965 Rood Ashton Hall
  • A train of two Mk.1 Pullman coaches plus a brake coach
  • A model of a Stratford Upon Avon open top tour bus, commissioned from EFE to complement this pack.

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    Bachmann OO The Railway Children Train Pack 30-575

    Bachmann OO The Railway Children Train Pack 30-575
    This collectable gift pack will delight fans young and old, of the popular childrens' film. Based on the novel of the same name by E. Nesbit. The film follows the adventures of the Waterbury children on the fictional 'Great Northern and Southern Railway' in Yorkshire. Director Lionel Jeffries found everything he needed on the newly preserved Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, using the restored station at Oakworth as his primary location and the railways' fleet of historic Edwardian era coaches for the trains.
    RAILWAY CHILDREN ? Copyright STUDIOCANAL FILMS LTD, 1970

    This train pack features the K&WVRs' ex-GWR, ex-LT, 57xx pannier tank locomotive painted in the films' GNSR ochre livery hauling a train of two panelled coaches in GNSR livery, a suitably decorative style for the era being portrayed.
    A ready made resin Scenecraft model of Oakworth station building has been commissioned to complete this train pack.
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    Bachmann OO BR 9028 Dukedog Earl 3200 Class 4-4-0 Black Early Emblem 31-088

    Bachmann OO BR 9028 Dukedog Earl 3200 Class 4-4-0 Black Early Emblem 31-088
    The GWRs Dukedog class was created in the 1930s in response to the need for new locomotives with a axle load lower than the Churchward designed 2-6-0 and 4-6-0 types. The standard Churchward engines were too heavy for several important secondary routes, especially the former Cambrian routes into mid-Wales, where the pre-grouping locos were becoming worn out.

    In service the Dukedogs proved capable engines provided the work did not demand too much of the boiler which, being smaller than the original Bulldog boiler, had little reserve capacity. On the Cambrian section and other holiday branchlines the locomotives were often hauling express trains through to seaside destinations over routes where the heavier mainline engines which brought the trains from Paddington could not go.
    This makes the Dukedog an excellent choice of 'large' engine for any GWR branchline model railway.
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    Bachmann OO GWR 6424 64xx Class 0-6-0PT Auto-Pannier Green Lettered G W R 31-635A

    Bachmann OO GWR 6424 64xx Class 0-6-0PT Auto-Pannier Green Lettered G W R 31-635A
    Bachmann Branchline OO 31-635A GWR 6424 64xx Class 0-6-0PT Auto-Pannier Green Lettered G W R
    The GWRs' 64xx class of pannier tank locomotives was designed specifically to provide a locomotive for push-pull 'auto train' working which delivered more power than the 0-4-2 tank engines. The engines met the operating departments requirements for up to four trailer coaches to be hauled during peak hours and for introducing the more economical auto-train working over routes with stiffer gradients than the 4-coupled engines could manage.
    The addition of this locomotive to the Bachmann range nicely complements the 57xx/8750 class shunting engines to further increase the variety of GWR branchline motive power. Bachmann are also producing a model of one of the later design of auto trailer coaches to complement these engines.
    This model of 6424 is painted in the post-WW2 GWR plain green livery lettered G W R. Era 3, 1923-1948
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    Bachmann OO BR 6422 ex-GWR 64xx Class 0-6-0PT Auto-Pannier Black Early Emblem 31-636A

    Bachmann OO BR 6422 ex-GWR 64xx Class 0-6-0PT Auto-Pannier Black Early Emblem 31-636A
    Bachmann Branchline OO 31-636 BR (GWR) 6422 64xx Class 0-6-0PT Auto-Pannier Black Early Emblem
    The GWRs' 64xx class of locomotives were designed specifically to provide a locomotive for push-pull 'auto train' working which delivered more power than the 0-4-2 tank engines. The engines met the operating departments requirements for up to four trailer coaches to be hauled during peak hours and for introducing the more economical auto-train working over routes with stiffer gradients than the 4-coupled engines could manage.
    The addition of this locomotive to the Bachmann range nicely complements the 57xx/8750 class shunting engines to further increase the variety of GWR branchline motive power. Bachmann are also producing a model of one of the later design of auto trailer coaches to complement these engines.
    This model of 6422 is painted in the early BR plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblem, which it is believed this locomotive carried until withdrawn. Eras 4-5, 1948-1965
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    Bachmann OO GWR 3708 Killarny Churchward City Class 4-4-0 GWR Green Lettered Great Western 31-728

    Bachmann OO GWR 3708 Killarny Churchward City Class 4-4-0 GWR Green Lettered Great Western 31-728
    Bachmann 31-728 GWR 3700 Class 3708 'Killarney' Great Western Green

    A highly detailed model of the Churchward City class double framed 4-4-0 locomotives from the early years of the 20th century. The class was made famous by the exploits of one member, 3440/3717 City of Truro, the first British locomotive to achieve a speed of 100 mph while hauling an express mail train between Plymouth and Bristol.

    Bachmanns' model of the City class locomotives was first produced as City of Truro for the National Railway Museum. This locomotive was extensively examined to produce a finely detailed model, the starting point for model of other members of the class.

    This model of GWR locomotive 3708 Killarny is painted in the post WW1 GWR livery of mid-chrome green lettered GREAT WESTERN.
    Era 3. DCC and Sound Ready, 21-pin decoder required for DCC operation, sound decoder and speaker required for sound operation. Length 240mm.
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    Bachmann OO BR(W) 6988 Swithland Hall GWR 6959 Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest Collett Tender 31-780

    Bachmann OO Gauge 31-780 BR(W) 6988 Swithland Hall GWR 6959 Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest Collett Tender
    A detailed model of the revised Hall design locomotives built from the mid-1940s onwards. This design incorporated several modifications to improve the original Hall, principally eliminating weaknesses in the front frame design. Building of Halls continued into the early 1950s.

    Bachmann have upgraded their earlier modified Hall model, also redesigning the frames to incorporate a DCC decoder socket.

    This model of 6988 Swithland Hall is painted in the popular British Railways  lined green passenger livery. The locomotive is paired with a Collett pattern tender carrying the later style of lion holding wheel crest.

    Era 5. DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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    Bachmann OO BR 6965 Thirlestaine Hall GWR Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Green Late Crest Weathered 31-782

    Bachmann OO Gauge 31-782 BR 6965 Thirlestaine Hall GWR Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Green Late Crest Weathered
    Bachmann's superb model of the GWR Hall class 4-6-0 finished as 6965 Thirlestaine Hall in BR lined green livery with the later style lion holding wheel crest. This model has a weathered finish, replicating the appearance of a steam locomotive after a days' work.

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    Bachmann OO BR 7904 Fountains Hall GWR Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem Weathered 31-783

    Bachmann OO Gauge 31-783 BR 7904 Fountains Hall GWR Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem Weathered
    Bachmann's superb model of the GWR Hall class 4-6-0 finished as 7904 Fountains Hall in BR mixed traffic lined black livery with the early lion over wheel emblem. This model has a weathered finish, replicating the appearance of a steam locomotive after a days' work.

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    Bachmann OO BR 6639 ex-GWR 56xx Class 0-6-2T BR Black Early Emblem 32-085

    Bachmann OO Gauge 32-085 BR 6639 ex-GWR 56xx Class 0-6-2T BR Black Early Emblem
    A detailed model of ex-GWR 56xx class 0-6-2 tank engine 6639 painted in the British Railways plain black livery with early lion over wheel logo.
     
    These powerful tank engines were a development of the pre-grouping Taff Vale and Rhymney Railways' locomotives, designed specially for hauling empty wagons up the valleys to the pits and controlling loaded trains on the way down to the South Wales ports. The 56xx proved so useful 200 were built and allocated all across the GWR network, a powerful and capable goods tank engine also able to haul local passenger trains when needed.

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    Hornby OO BR(W) 7023 Penrice Castle Double Chimney Castle Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest R3118

    Hornby OO BR(W) 7023 Penrice Castle Double Chimney Castle Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest R3118
    A highly detailed model of a British Railways built Castle class locomotive from the late period of Great Western steam.

    This model of 7023 Penrice Castle features the Swindon design double chimney, fitted to the locomotive along with the revised, high superheat boiler in 1958. These modifications improved the boilers' performance, providing the Castle class locomotives with an extra reserve of power and the ability to perform their work efficiently using poorer grades of coal. The model is painted in the later BR lined brunswick green livery applied from 1957, along with the later lion and wheel crest.
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    Hornby OO BR(W) 4266 42xx Class 2-8-0 Tank Engine BR Black Early Emblem R3124


    A new and highly detailed of the GWR 2-8-0 heavy freight tank engines of the 42xx and 5205 classes. This model represents the early build 42xx class engines with square ended frames in front of the cylinders.

    One of the large Great Western locomotive classes not previously available in OO scale these engines were found all over the GWR network working heavy freight trains, from coal in South Wales to china clay in Cornwall.

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    Hornby OO BR(W) 5243 42xx/5205 Class 2-8-0 Tank Engine BR Black Late Crest R3126

    A new and highly detailed of the GWR 2-8-0 heavy freight tank engines of the 42xx and 5205 classes. This model represents the later 5205 sub-class locomotives, which featured curved frames in front of the cylinders.

    One of the large Great Western locomotive classes not previously available in OO scale these engines were found all over the GWR network working heavy freight trains, from coal in South Wales to china clay in Cornwall.

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    Hornby OO BR 4965 Rood Ashton Hall Collett Hall Class 4-6-0 Late Crest R3205

    Hornby OO BR 4965 Rood Ashton Hall Collett Hall Class 4-6-0 Late Crest R3205
    The Class 4900, Hall Class locomotives were a C. B. Collett designed Mixed Traffic locomotive and were inspired by the earlier designed Saint Class. 

    The original batch of 100 'Hall' locomotives were built between the years 1928 and 1930 with a further batch being constructed from 1931 through to 1940.  This additional 100 had numbers running from 5900 - 5999.  An additional quantity of 59 'Hall' locomotives were built from 1940 until 1943 and carried the numbers of 6900 - 6958.

    This is a detailed model of 4965 Rood Ashton Hall, one of the preserved members of the 4900 Hall class which has returned to mainline operation. This model is supplied with etched name and number plates.


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    Hornby OO BR(W) 4257 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Goods Engine Black Early Emblem R3223

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3223 BR(W) 4257 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Goods Engine Black Early Emblem
    The Class 42XX was designed by George Jackson Churchward, Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the Great Western Railway (GWR) from 1902 until 1922.

    Due to the increase in mineral traffic in South Wales there was a demand for a powerful freight locomotive capable of handling very heavy loads. The Class 42XX was developed and built especially for moving this heavy freight on short haul trips between the coal mines and the South Wales ports.

    The locomotives weighed 82 tons and 2 cwt with a fuel capacity of 4 tons together with a water capacity of 1800 imperial gallons. The Class was fitted with Stephenson (Piston valve) Gear and produced a boiler pressure of 200psi. The locomotives had a tractive effort of 33,170 lbs. plus two 18? x 30? outside cylinders. A total of 60 of these 2-8-0 tank engines were built at the GWR Swindon Locomotive Works between 1912 and 1923.

    In 1923 a variant known as 5205 Class was developed, these locomotives had larger 19? x 30? cylinders, outside steam pipes and an increased tractive effort.  Fourteen of this Class were later rebuilt as Class 7200 2-8-2T tank locomotives enabling them to increase their operating capabilities. These locomotives were renumbered as 7240 ? 7253 respectively. The combined total build of the respective classes was 105 of which 91 passed into British Railways ownership in 1948. Locomotive No. 4224 was the first of the Class to be withdrawn in February 1959 and the last was No. 4268 in August 1965.  Three of the Class have been preserved.

    The locomotive represented in this pack, No. 4257 was outshopped from the Swindon Locomotive Works on the 30th April 1917 and was withdrawn from Shed 86J Aberdare on the 31st October 1963 and was finally cut up on the 31st May 1964 by R. S. Hayes / Birds, Tremains Year, Bridgend


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    Hornby OO BR(W) 7218 ex-GWR 72xx Class 2-8-2T Heavy Goods Engine Black Late Crest R3226

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3226 BR(W) 7218 ex-GWR 72xx Class 2-8-2T Heavy Goods Engine Black Late Crest
    BR 2-8-2 72xx Class - Early BR - R3226

    The Class 72XX was designed by Charles Benjamin Collett, Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the Great Western Railway (GWR). It was a rebuild of Class 42XX, later Class 52XX originally designed by George Jackson Churchward CBE former CME of the GWR.

    The 42XX Class had been developed specifically for transporting very heavy loads of coal from the coal mines to the ports in South Wales. Some of the Class were rebuilt in the 1920?s and reclassified as Class 52XX. In the 1930?s it was decided to further rebuild some of the locomotives. By adding 4' to the frame and a trailing radial axle and wheels these changes increased their coal carrying capacity, thus creating the first 2-8-2Tank locomotive to be built in Britain. These locomotives were the largest tank engines to run on the GWR.

    The rebuilt locomotives weighed 92 tons 12 cwt, and had a fuel capacity of 7 tons plus a water capacity of 2,500 Imperial gallons. They were fitted with Stephenson (Piston valve) Gear and had a boiler pressure of 200 psi with a tractive effort of 33,170 lbs. The locomotives were also fitted with two 19'' x 30'' outside cylinders.

    A total of 54 were rebuilt between August 1934 and December 1939, starting with No. 5275 which was renumbered as 7200 when it returned to traffic in August 1934. Despite their weight the Class worked most parts of the GWR network and the Home counties carrying iron ore and stone. Withdrawal began in November 1962 with No. 7241, the last 4 being withdrawn in June 1965.

    The locomotive represented in this pack, No. 7218 entered traffic on 30th November 1934 and was withdrawn from shed 84C Banbury on 30th September 1964. On the 30th November 1964 Cohens of Kettering cut up locomotive No. ?7218?.


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    Hornby OO BR 4021 British Monarch Churchward Star Class 4-6-0 Lined Green Early Emblem R3229

    Hornby OO BR 4021 British Monarch Churchward Star Class 4-6-0 Lined Green Early Emblem R3229
    A detailed model of the Churchward design Star class express passenger 4-6-0 locomotives built for the GWR in the early years of the 20th century. The better known Castle class engines were direct developments of the Stars class and, while some were rebuilt to Castle class specifications during major repairs, several 'Stars' were still in service under British Railways ownership.

    4021 British Monarch is painted in BR lined passenger green livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
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    Hornby OO GWR 3835 County of Devon Churchward 4-4-0 County Class Locomotive R3277

    Hornby Railroad Range OO Gauge GWR 3835 County of Devon Churchward 4-4-0 County Class Locomotive GWR Green R3277

    A revised version of the Hornby 4-4-0 County class locomotive model announced as part of the Railroad range, now featuring a locomotive-mounted drive mechanism. This model of an express locomotive from the Edwardian era recalls the time when rail travel to the holiday resorts of the English riviera was coming within the reach of the working classes. The County class 4-4-0 was built as a powerful express passenger locomotive from the greatest days of the GWR.
    This model of GWR 3835 County of Devon is be finished in the GWR green livery with lettering from the post WW1 era.
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    Hornby OO GWR 6011 King James I Collett King Class 4-6-0 GWR Green R3331

    Hornby R3331 GWR King Class 4-6-0 6006 King James I in GWR livery.
    'Designers at Hornby are proud to confirm, following speculation, that they have indeed been developing a GWR 6000 ?King? Class Locomotive, C.B. Collett?s powerful passenger loco which saw action from 1927 until 1962.
    The first, fully detailed Hornby King will be available in the third quarter of 2015 and further models will follow later in the year.'
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    Hornby OO BR 6029 King Edward VIII King Class 4-6-0 Locomotive Late Crest BR Green R3332

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3332 BR 6029 King Edward VIII King Class 4-6-0 Locomotive BR Green Late Crest

    A detailed model of the GWRs powerful King class locomotives finished in the later British Railways lined green livery with lion holding wheel crest as 6029 King Edward VIII.

    Ran in (Era 5) BR Steam Late Crest 1957 to 1966 The End of Steam

    Era 5. DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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    Hornby OO BR 6006 King George I ex-GWR Kings Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest with TTS Sound R3384TTS

    Hornby OO BR 6006 King George I ex-GWR Kings Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest with TTS Sound R3384TTS

    The GWRs King class 4-6-0s were Britains most powerful steam locomotives when built in the late 1920s. Capable of hauling heavier expresses than the Castle class engines Kings were used on the most prestigeous trains and in the British Railways period regularly reached speeds of 100mph on the Birmingham line.
    Hornby produced an brand new top quality model of the King class in 2015, this model extended the range with the additional features of the TTS sound system.
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    Hornby OO GWR 6009 King Charles II Collett King Class 4-6-0 Locomotive GWR Lined Green Shirtbutton Logo Split from Bristolian Train Pack R3401Loco

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge GWR King Class Locomotive 6009 King Charles II Split from R3401 Bristolian train pack

    A highly detailed model of the GWR King class 4-6-0 express passenger locomotive 6009 King Charles II finished in the GWRs late 1930s era lined green livery with shirtbutton monogram logo.

    Model split from Bristolian train pack. No retail packaging.

    DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.

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    Hornby OO BR 4287 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T BR Plain Black Early Emblem R3462

    Hornby OO BR 4287 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T BR Plain Black Early Emblem R3462
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3462 BR 4287 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Freight Tank Engine British Railways Black Early Emblem (to be confirmed)

    A superb model of the GWRs powerful 42xx class of 2-8-0 heavy freight tank engines finihsed as 4287 running under British Railways owenrship in plain black livery.
    Note - Hornbys' description for this model lists it as late crest, but the photo supplied shows the early emblem. The livery details may be changed before release.

    One of the final batch of 42xx locomotives built to Lot 220 at Swindon in August 1921, 4287 spent its British Rail life allocated to 86H Aberbeeg Shed in South Wales, from where it was withdrawn to Swindon for disposal in 1961, being cut up in April that year.

    DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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    Hornby OO BR 5231 ex-GWR 5205 Class 2-8-0T BR Black Early Emblem R3463

    Hornby OO BR 5231 ex-GWR 5205 Class 2-8-0T BR Black Early Emblem R3463
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge BR 2-8-0 5231 52xx Class - Early BR
    DCC Ready 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation
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    Hornby OO BR 7224 ex-GWR 72xx Class 2-8-2 Heavy Goods Tank Engine BR Black Late Crest R3464

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3464 BR 7224 ex-GWR 72xx Class 2-8-2T Heavy Goods Tank engine BR Black Late Crest

    A detailed model of the GWRs 72xx class 2-8-2T tank engines, a development of the successful 42xx 2-8-0T tank engines with extended bunkers and increased water capacity. While the 42xx/52xx class engines could haul heavy South Wales coal trains as far as Bristol the enlarged 72xx class could take the trains as far as Swindon or Oxford. These heavy and sure-footed tank engines hauled some of the heaviest trains on the GWR, with the first not being withdrawn until 1962

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    Hornby OO Railroad 6947 Helmingham Hall Late BR 4900 Hall Class 4-6-0 R3499

    Hornby Railroad Range OO Gauge BR 6947 Helmingham Hall ex-GWR 4900 Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest R3499
    Hornby Railroad locomotives are models with more basic detailing, suitable for younger modellers.
    Often quite recent tooling is used to manufacture the models, making them an excellent starting point for re-detailing and super-detailing projects.
    This model of GWR 6947 Helmingham Hall of the Collett 4900 Hall class locomotives is finished in the BR Late Crest Green livery.
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    Heljan OO BR 1365 ex-GWR 1361 Class 0-6-0ST Saddle Tank BR Black Early Emblem 1303

    Heljan OO Gauge 1303 BR ex-GWR 1361 class 0-6-0ST Saddle Tank 1365 in black with early 'lion & wheel' emblem

    Heljan have announced that following the 1366 class models they will be able to use the common chassis and running gear to create models of the earlier 1361 class saddle tank locomotives.
    Like the later 1366s these outside cylindered engines were used on several dockside railways, the 1361s being allocated to Devon and Cornwall sheds for shunting on the quaysides handling mineral and china clay exports and around Plymouths dockyards.

    This model of 1365 is painted in the early BR plain black livery with lion over wheel emblem, applied from 1949 until the change of emblem in 1957.
    1365 was the last of the 1361 class saddle tank engines completed in 1910. For the next batch of locos, starting with number 1366 built in 1934, the design was revised to the more usual GWR pannier tank format but the design of the chassis remained almost unchanged. 1365 was based at Plymouth Laira shed in 1922, but on nationalisation was recorded as allocated to Millbay shed in the Plymouth docks complex. The 1950 records show 1365 at Laira again, however Millbay being so close by the locos at the dock shed could change daily.
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    Bachmann OO BR ex-GWR 30xx Class Robinson ROD 2-8-0 Black Early Emblem 31-127

    During the later stages of WW1 these Robinson 2-8-0 locomotives were being built for the War Department, intended for service on military trains. Many were never issued and were offered for sale to the British railway companies (at a very good price aparantly) after the armistice.

    The GWR purchased in total 100 of these ROD locomotives, some stored from new and some which the company was already using. In the long term 50 locomotives in the best condition were overhauled and equiped with standard GWR fittings, giving many years of service with the last withdrawn about 1957. The remaining locomotives provided a good pool of spares and tenders which were used with several other classes, including the 2251 Collett Goods.

    Bachmann have designed their tooling for the ROD locomotives to allow for the GWR boiler fittings, including Swindon-pattern chimney, safety valve cover and top feed. This replicates the major and externally visible alterations made to the 'stock' locomotive by the GWR. This model will be finished in the BR black with early lion over wheel emblem.


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    Bachmann OO BR 6419 ex-GWR 64xx Class 0-6-0 Auto-Pannier Tank Engine BR Lined Green Late Crest Weathered 31-638

    Bachmann OO BR 6419 ex-GWR 64xx Class 0-6-0 Auto-Pannier Tank Engine BR Lined Green Late Crest Weathered 31-638
    Bachmann Branchline OO 31-637 BR 6419 ex-GWR 64xx Class 0-6-0 autotrain pannier tank engine British Railways lined green late crest. Weathered finish.
    The Great Western 0-6-0 64xx class, with their smaller diameter driving wheels, were ideally suited to the steeply graded lines found on South Wales Branch lines and would have seen extensive passenger use on Auto-trains (suitable Branchline Auto Trailers: 39-578, 39-579 & 39-580). The Bachmann Branchline OO scale model of 6419 depicts the period between September 1960 and May 1964 during which time it carried the BR Lined Green livery with Late Crest and was allocated to the South Wales Aberbeeg shed (86F), close to Newport.

    The finish emulates the typical appearance of a 1960s Western region passenger locomotive by fading the livery, using matt finishes and applying weathering (both general & soot). The front cab windows and cab side number plates have been cleaned, as often seen in contemporary photos of 1960's steam locomotives.

    Era 5, 1957-1966.
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    Bachmann OO BR(W) 7903 Foremarke Hall GWR 6959 Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Black Early Emblem Collett Tender 31-781

    Bachmann OO Gauge 31-781 BR(W) 7903 Foremarke Hall GWR 6959 Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Black Early Emblem Collett Tender
    A detailed model of the revised Hall design locomotives built from the mid-1940s onwards. This design incorporated several modifications to improve the original Hall, principally eliminating weaknesses in the front frame design. Building of Halls continued into the early 1950s.

    Bachmann have upgraded their earlier modified Hall model, also redesigning the frames to incorporate a DCC decoder socket.

    This model of preserved number 7903 Foremarke Hall is painted in the British Railways lined black mixed traffic livery. The locomotive is paired with a slab-sided Hawksworth pattern tender carrying the early lion over wheel emblem. This was one of the Halls built after nationalisation, entering service in April 1949.
    Building of the GWR Hall class, started in 1928, was finally completed in November 1950 with number 7929, by which time design work on the BR standard locomotive classes was nearing completion.

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    Bachmann OO GWR 6677 56xx Class 0-6-2T GWR Green 32-084

    Bachmann OO Gauge 32-084 GWR 6677 56xx Class 0-6-2T GWR Green
    The GWR 56xx class 0-6-2 locomotives were built initially for the South Wales valley routes, where a heavy tank engine was needed to handle the coal traffic. Introduced in 1924 the class proved so useful that within 5 years 200 locomotives were in service in every corner of the GWR network, efficiently handling local goods and passenger services.
    This model of 6677, which was built by Armstrong Whitworth & Co in 1928, is painted in the post-WW2 plain green livery lettered GWR.
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    Bachmann OO GWR 4539 45XX Class 2-6-2 Small Prairie Tank Green Lettered Great Western 32-131

    Bachmann OO GWR 4539 45XX Class 2-6-2 Small Prairie Tank Green Lettered Great Western 32-131
    Bachmann 32-131 8 Pin DCC Ready model of GWR small prairie 2-6-2 tank locomotive 4539 painted in the GWR green livery and lettered Great Western, as applied to these engines from new and carried until the 1930s. The GWR 45xx class were a highly successful design, ideal for branchline and local passenger services, becoming one of the GWRs standard locomotive types, with 175 built (including the later Collett engines). Classified in power class 3 under BR ownership a '45' could easily handle additional traffic like milk tanks and horseboxes along with the regular branch trains. The power and ecconomy of these engines is appreciated today by heritage railways.
    4539 was one of the original Churchward design locomotives with lower, flat-topped water tanks. Detailing of the model has been taken from a preserved member of the class with many separately fitted parts. The running of these Bachmann models is excellent, with good slow-speed capabilities for realistic shunting.
    DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder required.
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    Hornby OO BR 4061 Glastonbury Abbey Star Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green R3167

    The Star Class was a G. J. Churchward designed locomotive for Mixed Traffic work.  Construction of the production class commenced in 1907 and continued until 1923.  During that time some 72 were built.

    These locomotives saw service right up to British Railways days, however by the early 1950s the majority of the class had been scrapped with the final locomotive, 'Glastonbury Abbey? being withdrawn in 1957.  'Lode Star' is the only member of the class that has survived and can been seen at the 'Steam' Museum, Swindon.


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    Hornby OO GWR 4261 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Goods Engine Green Lettered Great Western R3222

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3222 GWR 4261 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Goods Engine Green Lettered Great Western

    A detailed model of the GWRs 42xx class heavy freight 2-8-0 tank engines built to haul the heavy South Wales colliery to port coal trains. The engines combined the advantages of the powerful 2-8-0 chassis and 18 x 30in cylinders of the 28xx heavy freight engines with the extra flexibility of a tank engine able to run conveniently in reverse. Carrying sufficient coal and water for hauls through the Severn Tunnel to Bristol the class could be found all over the GWR system powering heavy local goods trains.

    Hornbys' model features a 5-pole skew wound motor to give smooth running at low speeds allied to a very details bodyshell complete with full side tank and bunker rivet patterns which show the outline of the sloped bunker floor. Careful tooling design allows for both the square and curved footplate step over the cylinders to be modelled to match individual locomotives.
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    Hornby OO BR(W) 5239 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Goods Engine Black Late Crest R3224

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3224 BR(W) 5239 ex-GWR 42xx Class 2-8-0T Heavy Goods Engine Black Late Crest
    George Jackson Churchward CBE was Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the Great Western Railway (GWR) from 1902 ? 1922 and during that time he designed class leading and innovative locomotives superior to those of other railway companies. When Charles Benjamin Collett was appointed as the new CME to the GWR in 1922 he inherited these excellent locomotive designs. With rising costs and falling revenue he decided it was more practical and economic to modify existing locomotive designs rather than create new untried ones.

    The Class 42XX locomotives had been developed specifically to answer the need for locomotives capable of transporting very heavy loads of coal from the Welsh coals mines to the ports in South Wales. In 1923 when additional locomotives were required, Collett decided to modify the Class 42XX locomotives.

    The Class underwent extensive detail alterations and changes including having the cylinders increased in size to 19? x 30? plus also the addition of outside steam pipes resulting in an increased tractive effort. With these modifications the locomotives were reclassified as Class 52XX and the locomotives in this class were continued to be built until 1926.

    In 1930 a further batch of 20 were ordered, numbers 5275 ? 5294 but by this time coal exports had reduced considerably due to ?The Great Depression?. Rather than lose their skilled workforce, GWR completed the order and placed the Class into storage at Swindon, mainly because these locomotives with their heavy coal consumption precluded them from working on other routes. Three of the Class have been preserved.

    The locomotive in this pack No. 5239 was outshopped from the GWR Swindon Locomotive Works on the 8th August 1924 and was withdrawn from Shed 87A Neath Court Sart on the 30th April 1963. The locomotive was rescued from the Barry Scrapyard in June 1973 and can now be seen on the Dartmouth Steam Railway.


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    Hornby OO BR(W) 5043 Earl of Mount Edgecombe ex-GWR Castle Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Early Emblem Hawksworth Tender R3301

    Hornby OO BR(W) 5043 Earl of Mount Edgecombe ex-GWR Castle Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Early Emblem Hawksworth Tender R3301
    BR 4-6-0 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe Castle Class 2014 - R3301

    Tysley based GWR Castle class loco 5043 Earl of Mount Edegcome is a popular and reliable member of the British mainline steam locomotive fleet. The 'Earl' can be relied on for a good performance and timekeeping, photographers know to arrive early and expect a fast-moving train!

    Hornby produced a completely new model of the GWR Castle just a few years ago, making this a top-notch replica of the class. This model of 5043 Earl of Mount Edgecombe is finished as she is running today with a flat-sided Hawksworth tender and finished in British Railways lined green livery with early type lion over wheel emblem.
    Suitable for BR 1948-1957 and post 2000 eras.
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    Hornby OO BR(W) 6021 King Richard II ex-GWR King Class 4-6-0 BR Early Emblem TTS Sound R3370TTS

    Hornby R3370TTS BR ex-GWR King Class 4-6-0 6021 King Richard II BR Experimental Blue Livery
    'Designers at Hornby are proud to confirm, following speculation, that they have indeed been developing a GWR 6000 ?King? Class Locomotive, C.B. Collett?s powerful passenger loco which saw action from 1927 until 1962.
    The first, fully detailed Hornby King will be available in the third quarter of 2015 and further models will follow later in the year.'
    R3370TTS BR ex-GWR King Class 4-6-0 6021 King Richard II in BR experimental blue livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
    Model equiped with Hornby Twin Track Sound system.
    These new type sound locomotives reap the benefit of the Hornby development resulting in an amazingly low retail cost for a fully DCC Sound locomotive. Each locomotive will have no less than 16 Sound functions specific to the chosen model, including whistle/horn, start up, engine idle/steam hiss, wheel slip if appropriate plus a host of other relevant sounds.
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    Hornby OO BR 6002 King William IV ex-GWR King Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest R3409

    Hornby OO BR 6002 King William IV ex-GWR King Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest R3409
    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3409 BR King Class 4-6-0 6002 King William IV BR Lined Green Late Crest
    Second release of Hornbys' superb new model of the GWR King class express passenger locomotives.
    Locomotive 6002, King William IV, was built in July 1927 at Swindon Works and was allocated initially to Plymouth Laira Shed. The Alfloc water treatment was fitted in 1954, with the double chimney being fitted in March 1956. King William IV spent spells at sheds across the Great Western region, from Plymouth Laira, Newton Abbot and Old Oak Common, to Wolverhampton Stafford Road, from where it was withdrawn in September 1962. Sold for scrap to Cox and Danks of Oldbury, King William IV was cut up in February 1963.
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    Heljan OO GWR 1363 0-6-0ST Saddle Tank 1361 Class GWR Green with Shirtbutton Monogram 1301

    Heljan OO Gauge 1301 GWR 1361 class 0-6-0ST Saddle Tank 1363 in green with 1934 monogram logo

    Heljan have announced that following the 1366 class models they will be able to use the common chassis and running gear to create models of the earlier 1361 class saddle tank locomotives.
    Like the later 1366s these outside cylindered engines were used on several dockside railways, the 1361s being allocated to Devon and Cornwall sheds for shunting on the quaysides handling mineral and china clay exports and around Plymouths dockyards.

    This model of 1363 is painted in the GWR late 1930s green livery with circular 'shirtbutton' monogram logo, applied from 1934.
    1363 was working from Plymouth Laira shed for much of this period, but probably worked from other Devon and Cornwall sheds when required to cover locomotives stopped for repair.
    DCC Ready 6-pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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    Heljan OO BR 1363 ex-GWR 1361 Class 0-6-0ST Saddle Tank BR Black Late Crest 1304

    Heljan OO Gauge 1304 BR ex-GWR 1361 class 0-6-0ST Saddle Tank 1363 in black with late 'lion & wheel' crest

    Heljan have announced that following the 1366 class models they will be able to use the common chassis and running gear to create models of the earlier 1361 class saddle tank locomotives.
    Like the later 1366s these outside cylindered engines were used on several dockside railways, the 1361s being allocated to Devon and Cornwall sheds for shunting on the quaysides handling mineral and china clay exports and around Plymouths dockyards.

    This model of 1363 is painted in the later BR black livery with the lion holding wheel hereldic crests applied from 1957.
    1363 was allocated to Plymouth Laira shed at nationalisation, and still listed at Laira in 1950 and was withdrawn from service there in November 1962, one of the last two 1361s in service both of which were withdrawn that month.
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    Heljan OO GWR 1366 0-6-0PT 1366 Class Pannier Tank GWR Green Monogram Logo 1320

    Heljan OO Gauge 1320 GWR 1366 class - GWR 1366 in green with monogram logo

    Following on from the Churchward design 1361 class saddle tank engines the design was adapted to the familiar GWR pannier tank layout for a further batch of similar light dockside shunting engines, forming the 1366 class.
    These engines were used on similar duties to the earlier 1361s where light tracks, bridges or docksides precluded the use of heavier locomotives. The 1366 class was closely associated with the Weymouth Quay Tramway for many years, hauling passenger and goods trains through the streets and along the quays of Weymouth to the GWR marine divisions' Channel Islands terminal. The class were also used on other lines where light locomotives were needed, including several branches serving china clay dries in Cornwall. Several of the GWRs roundhouse sheds tried to keep a one of these small engines on hand as they would fit into a track with another engine, so could be used to haul 'dead' engines onto the turntable.

    Model of class leader 1366 painted in the GWR green livery with the botton monogram logo introduced in 1934.

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    Heljan OO GWR 1369 0-6-0PT 1366 Class Pannier Tank GWR Green Lettered Great Western 1321

    Heljan OO Gauge 1321 GWR 1366 class - GWR 1369 in green with GREAT WESTERN lettering

    Following on from the Churchward design 1361 class saddle tank engines the design was adapted to the familiar GWR pannier tank layout for a further batch of similar light dockside shunting engines, forming the 1366 class.
    These engines were used on similar duties to the earlier 1361s where light tracks, bridges or docksides precluded the use of heavier locomotives. The 1366 class was closely associated with the Weymouth Quay Tramway for many years, hauling passenger and goods trains through the streets and along the quays of Weymouth to the GWR marine divisions' Channel Islands terminal. The class were also used on other lines where light locomotives were needed, including several branches serving china clay dries in Cornwall. Several of the GWRs roundhouse sheds tried to keep a one of these small engines on hand as they would fit into a track with another engine, so could be used to haul 'dead' engines onto the turntable.

    Model of class leader 1369 painted in the GWR green livery with lettered GREAT WESTERN.

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    Heljan OO BR 1367 ex-GWR 1366 Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank BR Black Early Emblem 1323

    Heljan OO Gauge 1323 GWR 1366 class - BR 1367 in black with early 'lion & wheel' crest

    Following on from the Churchward design 1361 class saddle tank engines the design was adapted to the familiar GWR pannier tank layout for a further batch of similar light dockside shunting engines, forming the 1366 class.
    These engines were used on similar duties to the earlier 1361s where light tracks, bridges or docksides precluded the use of heavier locomotives. The 1366 class was closely associated with the Weymouth Quay Tramway for many years, hauling passenger and goods trains through the streets and along the quays of Weymouth to the GWR marine divisions' Channel Islands terminal. The class were also used on other lines where light locomotives were needed, including several branches serving china clay dries in Cornwall. Several of the GWRs roundhouse sheds tried to keep a one of these small engines on hand as they would fit into a track with another engine, so could be used to haul 'dead' engines onto the turntable.

    Model of class leader 1367 painted in BR black livery with the early lion over wheel emblem.

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    Heljan OO BR 1368 ex-GWR 1366 Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank BR Black Late Crest 1324

    Heljan OO Gauge 1324 BR ex-GWR 1366 class - BR 1368 in black with late 'lion & wheel' crest

    Following on from the Churchward design 1361 class saddle tank engines the design was adapted to the familiar GWR pannier tank layout for a further batch of similar light dockside shunting engines, forming the 1366 class.
    These engines were used on similar duties to the earlier 1361s where light tracks, bridges or docksides precluded the use of heavier locomotives. The 1366 class was closely associated with the Weymouth Quay Tramway for many years, hauling passenger and goods trains through the streets and along the quays of Weymouth to the GWR marine divisions' Channel Islands terminal. The class were also used on other lines where light locomotives were needed, including several branches serving china clay dries in Cornwall. Several of the GWRs roundhouse sheds tried to keep a one of these small engines on hand as they would fit into a track with another engine, so could be used to haul 'dead' engines onto the turntable.

    Model of class leader 1368 painted in BR black livery with the later lion holding wheel crest.

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    Bachmann OO GWR 3206 Earl of Plymouth Earl/Dukedog Class 4-4-0 GWR Green DCC and Sound 31-090DS

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 32-090DS GWR 3206 Earl of Plymouth Earl/Dukedog Class 4-4-0 GWR Green DCC & Sound

    The GWRs Dukedog class was created in the 1930s in response to the need for new locomotives with a axle load lower than the Churchward designed 2-6-0 and 4-6-0 types, the Churchward engines being too heavy for several important secondary routes, especially the former Cambrian routes into mid-Wales, where the pre-grouping locos were becoming worn out.

    In service the Dukedogs proved capable engines provided the work did not demand too much of the boiler which, being smaller than the original Bulldog boiler, had little reserve capacity. On the Cambrian section and other holiday branchlines the locomotives were often hauling express trains through to seaside destinations over routes where the heavier mainline engines which brought the trains from Paddington.
    This makes the Dukedog an excellent choice of 'large' engine for any GWR branchline model railway.

    Initially the 'new 32' class engines were being given Earl names, however these gentlemen were under impressed with the elderly appearance of the 'new' engines' double frames and domed boilers which now carried their titles and the names were switched to a batch of Castle class engines.

    3206 is modelled in as built condition complete with Earl of Plymouth nameplates.
    Model equipped with factory fitted DCC sound system.


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    Bachmann OO BR 4971 Stanway Hall ex-GWR Collett Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Black Early Emblem Weathered 32-002A

    Bachmannn Branchline OO Gauge 32-002A BR 4971 Stanway Hall ex-GWR Collett Hall Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Black Early Emblem Weathered

    Highly detailed model of the early Collett 49xx Hall class locomotive. Featuring a wealth of finely moulded detail and many separately fitted parts including the ejector pipe and sand box operating rods. The BR black livery has a semi-matt finish with nicely printed cab side and tender lining and early style BR crest.


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    Bachmann OO GWR 4920 Dumbleton Hall Collett Hall Class 4-6-0 GWR Lined Green Lettered G (crest) W 32-007

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 32-007 GWR 4920 Dumbleton Hall Collett Hall Class 4-6-0 GWR Lined Green Lettered G (crests) W

    A highly detailed model of the initial Collett design Hall class mixed traffic 4-6-0 locomotives.
    The Hall class engines featured two cylinders driving 6 feet diameter driving wheels. These engines were simpler than the 4-cylinder express passenger types but capable of a wide range of secondary express duties as well as hauling parcels and fast goods trains. The Hall was one of the first of the 'class 5' 4-6-0 types like the Stanier 'Black 5' which became the mainstay of the British steam fleet in the later years.


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    Bachmann OO GWR 5637 Collett Class 56xx 0-6-2T GWR Green Lettered Great Western 32-078

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 32-078 GWR 5637 Collett 56xx 0-6-2T GWR Green Lettered Great Western

    The 56xx class was developed from the later 0-6-2 tank engines which had proved so successful for the Taff Vale and Rhymney railways and where additional locomotives were needed for the South Wales coal traffic. These are powerful engines for their size, rated 5MT by British Railways and found useful employment across the GWR network. 200 examples were constructed between 1924 and 1928, with withdrawals not commencing until 1962 following the delivery of the first Hymeks.

    DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Bachmann OO BR 6644 ex-GWR Class 56xx 0-6-2 Tank Green Late Crest Weathered 32-083A

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 32-083A BR 6644 ex-GWR 56xx Class 0-6-2T BR Lined Green Late Crest Weathered

    The Bachmann 56xx model captures the solid, chunky look of these coal train workhorses. Fully detailed and fitted with the proven Bachmann drive this model runs as well as it looks.

    Era 5. DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Bachmann OO BR 5532 ex-GWR 4575 Class 2-6-2T Small Prairie Tank BR Lined Green Late Crest 32-135B

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 32-135B BR 5532 ex-GWR 4575 Class 2-6-2T Small Prairie BR Lined Green Late Crest

    G J Churchwards' smaller 45xx series 2-6-2 tank engine design became the classic Great Western branchline engine. These small engines and economical were very powerful for their size, rated 3MT by British Railways, ran equally freely in either direction and with a reserve of power showed remarkable acceleration.
    The engines proved successful in a range of duties, from branch line to suburban passenger service and more engines were built under Colletts' administration with taller tanks for added water capacity. These tanks featured sloping front ends to maintain visibility for the crew and formed the 4575 'sub class'.
    Bachmann have produced models of both the early 'flat top' and later 'slope top' 45xx class engines, many of which remained in service until the end of steam on the Western region.

    Era 3 - DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Bachmann OO BR 5532 ex-GWR 4575 Class Small Prairie Tank BR Plain Black Early Emblem Weathered 32-137A

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge 32-137A Class 4575 Prairie Tank 5532 BR Plain Black Early Emblem Weathered

    A detailed model of the Great Westerns' classic branchline prarie tank engine. The 45xx class 2-6-2s were small but powerful locomotives able to run fast in either direction, the 4575 type featuring larger tanks, raised at the cab end and sloped at the front to maintain visibility for the crew.
    The Bachmann model has a powerful and smooth running mechanism allied to a finely detailed body shell, nicely recreating these popular engines which remained in service until the end of steam on the Western region.

    DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder required, mini size decoder suggested due to the limited space available inside the body.


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    Bachmann OO BR 3212 ex-GWR 2251 Class 0-6-0 Collett Goods BR Black Early Emblem 32-301A

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge BR 3212 ex-GWR Collett Goods 0-6-0 BR Black Early Emblem Collett Tender
    Model announced 2016

    A new release of the ever popular Collett Goods 0-6-0 goods engine model.
    These 2251 class engines were built from the 1930s as replacements for the aging Dean and earlier era 0-6-0 general goods engines used on local and mainline stopping or pick-up goods trains and often were the largest engines used over routes where heavier engines were prohibited. The type proved versatile and popular with engine crews, firemen no doubt appreciating the new, modern design and free-steaming boilers. The GWRs standardisation concept Collett locomotives had a 'family' appearance and the small goods engines were nicknamed 'Baby Castles' from their design styling similarity to the larger express engines.

    Bachmanns' model has been upgraded in recent years with a range of tenders now available, this model having a Collett tender. and the chassis has now been updated to incorporate a DCC decoder socket.

    Era 4, 1948-1957. DCC Ready, 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Bachmann OO GWR 2251 0-6-0 2251 Class Collett Goods GWR Green Lettered Great Western Churchward Tender 32-304A

    Bachmann Branchline OO Gauge GWR 2251 Collett Goods 0-6-0 2251 Class GWR Green Lettered GREAT WESTERN Churchward Tender
    Model announced 2016

    A new release of the ever popular Collett Goods 0-6-0 goods engine model.
    These 2251 class engines were built from the 1930s as replacements for the aging Dean and earlier era 0-6-0 general goods engines used on local and mainline stopping or pick-up goods trains and often were the largest engines used over routes where heavier engines were prohibited. The type proved versatile and popular with engine crews, firemen no doubt appreciating the new, modern design and free-steaming boilers. The GWRs standardisation concept Collett locomotives had a 'family' appearance and the small goods engines were nicknamed 'Baby Castles' from their design styling similarity to the larger express engines.

    Bachmanns' model has been upgraded in recent years with a range of tenders now available, this model having a Collett tender. and the chassis has now been updated to incorporate a DCC decoder socket.
    This model recreates the first of the class, number 2251, in as-built (1930) configuration with a Churchward tender, probably released from a locomotive now equiped with a larger Collett tender and lettered in the pre-1934 style.

    Era 3, 1923-1948. DCC Ready, 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Bachmann OO GWR 9402 94xx Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank GWR Green 35-025

    Bachmann Branchline OO 35-025 Class 94XX Pannier Tank 9402 GWR Green
    New model announced 2015. Price
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    We are taking orders for this model, please select the 'Click and Collect' payment option in the checkout process. We will contact you to advise the sell price and arrange payment when the models are expected to be released.

    A new model of the GWRs large 94xx 'dinosaur' pannier tanks to be produced by Bachmann (development typically takes around 2 years).
    9402 was built at Swindon in 1947, spending its' working life on the London division based at Old Oak Common and Reading sheds until withdraw in September 1959.

    The first 10 of these engines were the last new locomotive design built by the GWR before nationalisation, with the class being expanded under Brirtish Railways ownership. Larger and more powerful than the 57xx class the 94xx was also heavier, preventing their use on many branchlines.
    Rated 4F by BR they were however very useful machines for mainline pick-up goods trains and heavy shunting duties, the class being used to haul empty coaching stock in and out of London Paddington. The height of glamour achieved by these powerful little locomotives must however be their regular use, complete with express headlamps, on the Cheltenham Flyer between Cheltenham and Gloucester, where the train reversed and a well-prepared Castle took command.


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    Bachmann OO BR 9487 94XX Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank BR Black Early Emblem 35-026

    Bachmann Branchline OO 35-026 Class 94XX Pannier Tank 9487 BR Black Early Emblem
    New model announced 2015. Price
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    A new model of the GWRs large 94xx 'dinosaur' pannier tanks to be produced by Bachmann (development typically takes around 2 years).
    9487 was built by Robert Stephenson and Hawthorns, completed in November 1952 and going new to Duffryn Yard in South Wales. The locomotive later moved to the West Country, being at Newton Abbot in 1959 and withdrawn from Exeter in July 1962.

    The first 10 of these engines were the last new locomotive design built by the GWR before nationalisation, with the class being expanded under Brirtish Railways ownership. Larger and more powerful than the 57xx class the 94xx was also heavier, preventing their use on many branchlines.
    Rated 4F by BR they were however very useful machines for mainline pick-up goods trains and heavy shunting duties, the class being used to haul empty coaching stock in and out of London Paddington. The height of glamour achieved by these powerful little locomotives must however be their regular use, complete with express headlamps, on the Cheltenham Flyer between Cheltenham and Gloucester, where the train reversed and a well-prepared Castle took command.


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    Bachmann OO BR 9479 94XX Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank BR Black Late Crest 35-027

    Bachmann Branchline OO 35-027 Class 94XX Pannier Tank 9479 BR Black Late Crest
    New model announced 2015. Price
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    A new model of the GWRs large 94xx 'dinosaur' pannier tanks to be produced by Bachmann (development typically takes around 2 years).
    9479 was built by Robert Stephenson and Hawthorns, completed in July 1952 and being sent to Llanelli, South Wales, but had been moved to London Old Oak Common shed by 1959 and was withdrawn from service there in July 1963.

    The first 10 of these engines were the last new locomotive design built by the GWR before nationalisation, with the class being expanded under Brirtish Railways ownership. Larger and more powerful than the 57xx class the 94xx was also heavier, preventing their use on many branchlines.
    Rated 4F by BR they were however very useful machines for mainline pick-up goods trains and heavy shunting duties, the class being used to haul empty coaching stock in and out of London Paddington.


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    Heljan OO GWR 4704 Class 47xx 2-8-0 Express Goods Engine Green with Button Monogram Logo 4780

    Heljan OO Gauge 4780 GWR 47xx class - GWR 4704 in green with monogram logo.

    New model announced 2016. Delivery anticipated during 2017.

    Heljan are producing a model of the GWR 47xx class 'Churchward Fast Freight' 2-8-0 locomotives. This small class of goods engines were built between 1919 and 1923 specifically to haul the pincipal express goods trains which formed the backbone of the GWRs' accelerated goods services. These trains were formed of vacuum braked wagons and ran through the night at speeds up to 60mph, providing next day service between several of the major cities served by the Great Western.
    Essentially an enlarged version of the 43xx 2-6-0 moguls the 47xx engines rode on 5'8" drivers, in place of the smaller 4'7" wheels of the plodding heavy freight 28xx class. To keep the big cylinders supplied at speed a huge boiler was designed, giving the engines an impressively powerful look.

    Between overnight goods train services the 47xx engines were often used on local passenger services during daylight hours and on busy summer Saturdays when extra coaches were added, were often assigned to the most heavily loaded West-country expresses.

    DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Heljan OO GWR 4705 Class 47xx 2-8-0 Express Goods Engine GWR Green Lettered Great Western 4781

    Heljan OO Gauge 4781 GWR 47xx class - GWR 4705 in green with GREAT WESTERN lettering.

    New model announced 2016. Delivery anticipated during 2017.

    Heljan are producing a model of the GWR 47xx class 'Churchward Fast Freight' 2-8-0 locomotives. This small class of goods engines were built between 1919 and 1923 specifically to haul the pincipal express goods trains which formed the backbone of the GWRs' accelerated goods services. These trains were formed of vacuum braked wagons and ran through the night at speeds up to 60mph, providing next day service between several of the major cities served by the Great Western.
    Essentially an enlarged version of the 43xx 2-6-0 moguls the 47xx engines rode on 5'8" drivers, in place of the smaller 4'7" wheels of the plodding heavy freight 28xx class. To keep the big cylinders supplied at speed a huge boiler was designed, giving the engines an impressively powerful look.

    Between overnight goods train services the 47xx engines were often used on local passenger services during daylight hours and on busy summer Saturdays when extra coaches were added, were often assigned to the most heavily loaded West-country expresses.

    DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Heljan OO GWR 4707 Class 47xx 2-8-0 Express Goods Engine Green with G W Lettering 4782

    Heljan OO Gauge 4782 GWR 47xx class - GWR 4707 in green with G W lettering.

    New model announced 2016. Delivery anticipated during 2017.

    Heljan are producing a model of the GWR 47xx class 'Churchward Fast Freight' 2-8-0 locomotives. This small class of goods engines were built between 1919 and 1923 specifically to haul the pincipal express goods trains which formed the backbone of the GWRs' accelerated goods services. These trains were formed of vacuum braked wagons and ran through the night at speeds up to 60mph, providing next day service between several of the major cities served by the Great Western.
    Essentially an enlarged version of the 43xx 2-6-0 moguls the 47xx engines rode on 5'8" drivers, in place of the smaller 4'7" wheels of the plodding heavy freight 28xx class. To keep the big cylinders supplied at speed a huge boiler was designed, giving the engines an impressively powerful look.

    Between overnight goods train services the 47xx engines were often used on local passenger services during daylight hours and on busy summer Saturdays when extra coaches were added, were often assigned to the most heavily loaded West-country expresses.

    DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation..


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    Heljan OO BR ex-GWR 4706 Class 47xx 2-8-0 Express Goods Engine BR Black Early Emblem 4783

    Heljan OO Gauge 4783 GWR 47xx class - BR 4706 in black with early 'lion & wheel' emblem.

    New model announced 2016. Delivery anticipated during 2017.

    Heljan are producing a model of the GWR 47xx class 'Churchward Fast Freight' 2-8-0 locomotives. This small class of goods engines were built between 1919 and 1923 specifically to haul the pincipal express goods trains which formed the backbone of the GWRs' accelerated goods services. These trains were formed of vacuum braked wagons and ran through the night at speeds up to 60mph, providing next day service between several of the major cities served by the Great Western.
    Essentially an enlarged version of the 43xx 2-6-0 moguls the 47xx engines rode on 5'8" drivers, in place of the smaller 4'7" wheels of the plodding heavy freight 28xx class. To keep the big cylinders supplied at speed a huge boiler was designed, giving the engines an impressively powerful look.

    Between overnight goods train services the 47xx engines were often used on local passenger services during daylight hours and on busy summer Saturdays when extra coaches were added, were often assigned to the most heavily loaded West-country expresses.

    DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Heljan OO BR ex-GWR 4705 Class 47xx 2-8-0 Express Goods Engine BR Lined Green 4784

    Heljan OO Gauge 4784 GWR 47xx class - BR 4705 in BR lined green.

    New model announced 2016. Delivery anticipated during 2017.

    Heljan are producing a model of the GWR 47xx class 'Churchward Fast Freight' 2-8-0 locomotives. This small class of goods engines were built between 1919 and 1923 specifically to haul the pincipal express goods trains which formed the backbone of the GWRs' accelerated goods services. These trains were formed of vacuum braked wagons and ran through the night at speeds up to 60mph, providing next day service between several of the major cities served by the Great Western.
    Essentially an enlarged version of the 43xx 2-6-0 moguls the 47xx engines rode on 5'8" drivers, in place of the smaller 4'7" wheels of the plodding heavy freight 28xx class. To keep the big cylinders supplied at speed a huge boiler was designed, giving the engines an impressively powerful look.

    Between overnight goods train services the 47xx engines were often used on local passenger services during daylight hours and on busy summer Saturdays when extra coaches were added, were often assigned to the most heavily loaded West-country expresses.

    DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Heljan OO BR ex-GWR 4709 Class 47xx 2-8-0 Express Goods Engine BR Lined Green GWS New Build Project 4785

    Heljan OO Gauge 4785 GWR 47xx class - BR 4709 in BR lined green (commemorating GWS new build project)

    New model announced 2016. Delivery anticipated during 2017.

    Heljan are producing a model of the GWR 47xx class 'Churchward Fast Freight' 2-8-0 locomotives. This small class of goods engines were built between 1919 and 1923 specifically to haul the pincipal express goods trains which formed the backbone of the GWRs' accelerated goods services. These trains were formed of vacuum braked wagons and ran through the night at speeds up to 60mph, providing next day service between several of the major cities served by the Great Western.
    Essentially an enlarged version of the 43xx 2-6-0 moguls the 47xx engines rode on 5'8" drivers, in place of the smaller 4'7" wheels of the plodding heavy freight 28xx class. To keep the big cylinders supplied at speed a huge boiler was designed, giving the engines an impressively powerful look.

    Between overnight goods train services the 47xx engines were often used on local passenger services during daylight hours and on busy summer Saturdays when extra coaches were added, were often assigned to the most heavily loaded West-country expresses.

    DCC Ready 21 pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Dapol OO GWR Streamlined Diesel Railcar 7 Lined Chocolate & Cream 4D-011-000

    Newly announced model currently under development. Expected 2013.
    Details to follow as soon as more information is released by Dapol.

    A new detailed model of the early production type GWR diesel railcars with the smoothly rounded body end shape and piston plunger buffers.
    The Dapol model is being produced from a laser scanned CAD image of car No.4, currently at the Swindon museum. The final tooling design will be able to recreate several versions of these railcars, several internal arrangements including buffet counters and increased luggage space were used depending on the route requirements.


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    Dapol OO GWR Streamlined Diesel Railcar 12 Chocolate & Cream 4D-011-001

    Newly announced model currently under development. Expected 2013.
    Details to follow as soon as more information is released by Dapol.

    A new detailed model of the early production type GWR diesel railcars with the smoothly rounded body end shape and piston plunger buffers.
    The Dapol model is being produced from a laser scanned CAD image of car No.4, currently at the Swindon museum. The final tooling design will be able to recreate several versions of these railcars, several internal arrangements including buffet counters and increased luggage space were used depending on the route requirements.


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    Dapol OO BR (W) Streamlined Diesel Railcar W10Crimson & Cream 4D-011-002

    Newly announced model currently under development. Expected 2013.
    Details to follow as soon as more information is released by Dapol.

    A new detailed model of the early production type GWR diesel railcars with the smoothly rounded body end shape and piston plunger buffers.
    The Dapol model is being produced from a laser scanned CAD image of car No.4, currently at the Swindon museum. The final tooling design will be able to recreate several versions of these railcars, several internal arrangements including buffet counters and increased luggage space were used depending on the route requirements.


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    Dapol OO BR (W) Streamlined Diesel Railcar W14 Crimson & Cream 4D-011-003

    Newly announced model currently under development. Expected 2013.
    Details to follow as soon as more information is released by Dapol.

    A new detailed model of the early production type GWR diesel railcars with the smoothly rounded body end shape and piston plunger buffers.
    The Dapol model is being produced from a laser scanned CAD image of car No.4, currently at the Swindon museum. The final tooling design will be able to recreate several versions of these railcars, several internal arrangements including buffet counters and increased luggage space were used depending on the route requirements.


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    Oxford Rail OO GWR 2309 0-6-0 2301 Class Dean Standard Goods Engine GWR Green Lettered Great Western OR76DG001

    Oxford Rail OR76DG001 GWR 2309 Dean Design Standard 0-6-0 Goods Engine GWR Green Lettered Great Western Pre-WW1 Version

    New model announced by Oxford Rail. Release planned for late 2016.
    We are accepting pre-orders for this model. Please use the click and collect payment option from the checkout payments screen, we will contact you to arrange payment when delivery of the models are expected.

    The 0-6-0 goods engine was the standard general service goods locomotive across Britains railways from the Victorian era to the end of steam. The 260 William Dean designed 0-6-0 goods engines built from 1883 to 1899 were the first GWR engines of the type with inside frame chassis only and after trials with domeless boilers the characteristic tall domes became standard on these engines. Usually known to GWR enginemen as the 'standard goods' the Dean 0-6-0s remained in service until displaced by new 2MT 2-6-0 engines in the 1950s.
    Several Dean goods engines served overseas during the two world wars with examples being sent to France, Salonika and China! The engines were used by both allied and axis forces, plus the Ottoman Railways and in Germany and Austria during reconstruction after the second war.

    This model of 2309 is finished in the pre-WW1 Edwardian era style with boiler bands and spalshers fully lined and all brass and copper finely polished. The tender is lettered Great Western either side of the companys' garter crest.


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    Oxford Rail OO GWR 2309 0-6-0 2301 Class Dean Standard Goods Engine GWR Green Lettered Great Western DCC & Sound OR76DG001XS

    Oxford Rail OR76DG001 GWR 2309 Dean Design Standard 0-6-0 Goods Engine GWR Green Lettered Great Western Pre-WW1 Version. DCC and Sound Fitted

    New model announced by Oxford Rail. Release planned for late 2016.
    We are accepting pre-orders for this model. Please use the click and collect payment option from the checkout payments screen, we will contact you to arrange payment when delivery of the models are expected.

    The 0-6-0 goods engine was the standard general service goods locomotive across Britains railways from the Victorian era to the end of steam. The 260 William Dean designed 0-6-0 goods engines built from 1883 to 1899 were the first GWR engines of the type with inside frame chassis only and after trials with domeless boilers the characteristic tall domes became standard on these engines. Usually known to GWR enginemen as the 'standard goods' the Dean 0-6-0s remained in service until displaced by new 2MT 2-6-0 engines in the 1950s.
    Several Dean goods engines served overseas during the two world wars with examples being sent to France, Salonika and China! The engines were used by both allied and axis forces, plus the Ottoman Railways and in Germany and Austria during reconstruction after the second war.

    This model of 2309 is finished in the pre-WW1 Edwardian era style with boiler bands and spalshers fully lined and all brass and copper finely polished. The tender is lettered Great Western either side of the companys' garter crest.


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    Oxford Rail OO BR 2409 ex-GWR 2301 Class Dean 0-6-0 Standard Goods Engine BR Black Early Emblem OR76DG002

    Oxford Rail OR76DG002 BR 2409 ex-GWR 2301 Class Dean Design Standard 0-6-0 Goods Engine British Railways Black Early Emblem

    New model announced by Oxford Rail. Release planned for late 2016.
    We are accepting pre-orders for this model. Please use the click and collect payment option from the checkout payments screen, we will contact you to arrange payment when delivery of the models are expected.

    The 0-6-0 goods engine was the standard general service goods locomotive across Britains railways from the Victorian era to the end of steam. The 260 William Dean designed 0-6-0 goods engines built from 1883 to 1899 were the first GWR engines of the type with inside frame chassis only and after trials with domeless boilers the characteristic tall domes became standard on these engines. Usually known to GWR enginemen as the 'standard goods' the Dean 0-6-0s remained in service until displaced by new 2MT 2-6-0 engines in the 1950s.
    Several Dean goods engines served overseas during the two world wars with examples being sent to France, Salonika and China! The engines were used by both allied and axis forces, plus the Ottoman Railways and in Germany and Austria during reconstruction after the second war.

    This model of 2409 is finished in British Railways plain black livery with the early lion over wheel emblem.


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    Oxford Rail OO BR 2409 ex-GWR 2301 Class Dean 0-6-0 Standard Goods Engine BR Black Early Emblem DCC & Sound OR76DG002XS

    Oxford Rail OR76DG002 BR 2409 ex-GWR 2301 Class Dean Design Standard 0-6-0 Goods Engine British Railways Black Early Emblem. DCC and Sound Fitted.

    New model announced by Oxford Rail. Release planned for late 2016.
    We are accepting pre-orders for this model. Please use the click and collect payment option from the checkout payments screen, we will contact you to arrange payment when delivery of the models are expected.

    The 0-6-0 goods engine was the standard general service goods locomotive across Britains railways from the Victorian era to the end of steam. The 260 William Dean designed 0-6-0 goods engines built from 1883 to 1899 were the first GWR engines of the type with inside frame chassis only and after trials with domeless boilers the characteristic tall domes became standard on these engines. Usually known to GWR enginemen as the 'standard goods' the Dean 0-6-0s remained in service until displaced by new 2MT 2-6-0 engines in the 1950s.
    Several Dean goods engines served overseas during the two world wars with examples being sent to France, Salonika and China! The engines were used by both allied and axis forces, plus the Ottoman Railways and in Germany and Austria during reconstruction after the second war.

    This model of 2409 is finished in British Railways plain black livery with the early lion over wheel emblem.


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    Oxford Rail OO GWR 2475 0-6-0 2301 Class Dean Standard Goods Engine GWR Plain Green Lettered Great Western OR76DG003

    Oxford Rail OR76DG003 GWR 2475 Dean Design Standard 0-6-0 Goods Engine GWR Green Lettered Great Western Post WW1 & 1923-1948

    New model announced by Oxford Rail. Release planned for late 2016.
    We are accepting pre-orders for this model. Please use the click and collect payment option from the checkout payments screen, we will contact you to arrange payment when delivery of the models are expected.

    The 0-6-0 goods engine was the standard general service goods locomotive across Britains railways from the Victorian era to the end of steam. The 260 William Dean designed 0-6-0 goods engines built from 1883 to 1899 were the first GWR engines of the type with inside frame chassis only and after trials with domeless boilers the characteristic tall domes became standard on these engines. Usually known to GWR enginemen as the 'standard goods' the Dean 0-6-0s remained in service until displaced by new 2MT 2-6-0 engines in the 1950s.
    Several Dean goods engines served overseas during the two world wars with examples being sent to France, Salonika and China! The engines were used by both allied and axis forces, plus the Ottoman Railways and in Germany and Austria during reconstruction after the second war.

    This model of 2475 is finished in the post-WW1 livery of plain green with the tender lettered Great Western without crest. This lettering was applied to GWR engines until the shirtbutton logo was introduced in 1934, however as the 'Deans' were slowly being withdrawn in the 1930s (many being reinstated during WW2) few would have been repainted.


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    Oxford Rail OO GWR 2475 0-6-0 2301 Class Dean Standard Goods Engine GWR Plain Green Lettered Great Western DCC & Sound OR76DG003XS

    Oxford Rail OR76DG003 GWR 2475 Dean Design Standard 0-6-0 Goods Engine GWR Green Lettered Great Western Post WW1 & 1923-1948. DCC and Sound Fitted.

    New model announced by Oxford Rail. Release planned for late 2016.
    We are accepting pre-orders for this model. Please use the click and collect payment option from the checkout payments screen, we will contact you to arrange payment when delivery of the models are expected.

    The 0-6-0 goods engine was the standard general service goods locomotive across Britains railways from the Victorian era to the end of steam. The 260 William Dean designed 0-6-0 goods engines built from 1883 to 1899 were the first GWR engines of the type with inside frame chassis only and after trials with domeless boilers the characteristic tall domes became standard on these engines. Usually known to GWR enginemen as the 'standard goods' the Dean 0-6-0s remained in service until displaced by new 2MT 2-6-0 engines in the 1950s.
    Several Dean goods engines served overseas during the two world wars with examples being sent to France, Salonika and China! The engines were used by both allied and axis forces, plus the Ottoman Railways and in Germany and Austria during reconstruction after the second war.

    This model of 2475 is finished in the post-WW1 livery of plain green with the tender lettered Great Western without crest. This lettering was applied to GWR engines until the shirtbutton logo was introduced in 1934, however as the 'Deans' were slowly being withdrawn in the 1930s (many being reinstated during WW2) few would have been repainted.


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    Oxford Rail OO GWR Dean Goods 2534 With Snow Plough OR76DG005

    Oxford Rail OO GWR Dean Goods 2534 With Snow Plough OR76DG005

    New model announced by Oxford Rail. Release planned for late 2017.
    We are accepting pre-orders for this model. Please use the click and collect payment option from the checkout payments screen, we will contact you to arrange payment when delivery of the models are expected.

    The 0-6-0 goods engine was the standard general service goods locomotive across Britains railways from the Victorian era to the end of steam. The 260 William Dean designed 0-6-0 goods engines built from 1883 to 1899 were the first GWR engines of the type with inside frame chassis only and after trials with domeless boilers the characteristic tall domes became standard on these engines. Usually known to GWR enginemen as the 'standard goods' the Dean 0-6-0s remained in service until displaced by new 2MT 2-6-0 engines in the 1950s.
    Several Dean goods engines served overseas during the two world wars with examples being sent to France, Salonika and China! The engines were used by both allied and axis forces, plus the Ottoman Railways and in Germany and Austria during reconstruction after the second war.

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    Oxford Rail OO GWR Dean Goods 2534 With Snow Plough DCC Sound OR76DG005XS

    Oxford Rail OO GWR Dean Goods 2534 With Snow Plough DCC Sound OR76DG005XS

    New model announced by Oxford Rail. Release planned for late 2017.
    We are accepting pre-orders for this model. Please use the click and collect payment option from the checkout payments screen, we will contact you to arrange payment when delivery of the models are expected.

    The 0-6-0 goods engine was the standard general service goods locomotive across Britains railways from the Victorian era to the end of steam. The 260 William Dean designed 0-6-0 goods engines built from 1883 to 1899 were the first GWR engines of the type with inside frame chassis only and after trials with domeless boilers the characteristic tall domes became standard on these engines. Usually known to GWR enginemen as the 'standard goods' the Dean 0-6-0s remained in service until displaced by new 2MT 2-6-0 engines in the 1950s.
    Several Dean goods engines served overseas during the two world wars with examples being sent to France, Salonika and China! The engines were used by both allied and axis forces, plus the Ottoman Railways and in Germany and Austria during reconstruction after the second war.

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    MRP: £229.50
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    Hornby OO BR 5050 Earl of St Germans ex-GWR Castle Class 4-6-0 BR Early Emblem TTS Sound R3383TTS

    Hornby OO Gauge R3383TTS Castle Class 4-6-0 5050 Earl of St Germans BR Early Emblem with TTS Sound

    Expected June 2017

    Hornby have produced a superb model of the GWRs Castle class express passenger engines and this model is further enhanced with Hornbys' TTS sound system.


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    Hornby OO GWR 6016 King Edward V GWR Lined Green Shirtbutton Logo R3408

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3408 GWR King Class 4-6-0 6016 King Edward V GWR Lined Green Shirtbutton Logo

    Expected April 2016

    Second release of Hornbys' superb new model of the GWR King class express passenger locomotives.

    Locomotive 6016, King Edward V, was built at Swindon Works in June 1928 and allocated to Plymouth Laira Shed initially. The Alfloc water treatment was fitted in 1954, with the double chimney being fitted in January 1958. Post-war, spells at Old Oak Common, Wolverhampton Stafford Road and Plymouth Laira Sheds followed, with King Edward V?s final shed being Wolverhampton Stafford Road, from where it was withdrawn from service in September 1962.
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    Hornby OO BR 6025 King Henry III ex-GWR King Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Blue Early Emblem R3410

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3410 BR King Class 4-6-0 6025 King Henry III BR Lined Blue Early Emblem

    Expected April 2016

    Second release of Hornbys' superb new model of the GWR King class express passenger locomotives.


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    MRP: £181.99
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    Hornby OO GWR 6825 Llanvair Grange 4-6-0 Grange Class GWR Green R3452

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3452 GWR 6825 Llanvair Grange Collett Grange Class 4-6-0 GWR Green

    Expected August 2017

    A release of Horbys' excellent and highly detailed GWR Grange class locomotives, finished as 6825 Llanvair Grange in GWR livery.
    Accurate and fine detailing is complemented by a powerful 5-pole engine-mounted motor and current pickups on all driven and tender axles to ensure smooth running.

    DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    MRP: £154.99
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    Hornby OO GWR 5076 Drysllwyn Castle Collett Castle Class 4-6-0 GWR Green R3454

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3454 GWR 5076 Drysllwyn Castle Collett Castle Class 4-6-0 GWR Lined Green with Shirtbutton Logo

    Expected September 2017

    A detailed model of GWR 5076 Drysllwyn Castle in 'as built' condition from the late 1930s.

    GWR Castle class express passenger 4-6-0 number 5076 entered service in August 1938 carrying the name Drysllwyn Castle. Hornby have modeled this engine in as built condition with the 'shirtbutton' logo on the tender.


    DCC Ready. 8 pin decoder required for DCC operation.
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    Hornby OO GWR 4013 Knight of St.Patrick Churchward Star Class 4-6-0 GWR Green G (crest) W R3455

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3455 GWR Star Class 4-6-0 4013 Knight of St.Patrick GWR Post WW2 Lined Green G (crest) W Lettering

    Expected May 2017

    The largest of chief engineer G. J. Churchwards' range of standard locomotive types the 4-cylinder Star class were built for express passenger services, having 6'8" driving wheels and capable of reaching 90mph with the heaviest expresses of the Georgian era. Construction of the class commenced in 1907 and continued until 1923, when construction of the improved Castle class commenced. Several of the 72 Star class engines were upgraded to Castle class specifications on overhaul.

    This model of Star class 4013 Knight of St.Patrick is painted in the last GWR express passenger livery of lined green with G (crest) W lettering on the tender.
    Hornbys model features a motor mounted in the locomotive powering the driving wheels and detailing from a careful examination of the surviving Star 4003 Lode Star from the NRM collection.

    DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder rquired for DCC operation.


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    Hornby OO GWR 6004 King George III King Class 4-6-0 GWR Lined Green - The Final Day Series R3516

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3516 GWR 6004 King George III King Class 4-6-0 GWR Lined Green G (crests) W.
    Expected December 2017

    6004 'King George III' entered traffic in July 1927, being allocated to Laira on August 25, 1927 where it remained until October 1941, when the locomotive moved to Exeter. A return to Laira took place in January 1942 and 6004 'King George III' was still allocated there on December 31, 1947, although the locomotive was actually at Reading workshops for running repairs that night.

    SUITABLE ROLLING STOCK R4758, R4759, R4760, R4761, R4762

    Minimum curve  Hornby 2nd radius + / 438mm+


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    Hornby OO GWR 6024 King Edward II 60xx King Class 4-6-0 GWR Lined Green Lettered Great Western R3534

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3534 GWR 6024 King Edward II Collett 60xx King Class Express Passenger 4-6-0 GWR Lined Green Lettered Great Western
    Expected July 2017

    A new and highly detailed model of the GWR King class locomotives, the most powerful express passenger 4-6-0 locomotives built in Britain. Designed to haul the heaviest express trains at 75mph the Kings were capable of speeds up to 100mph with ease when needed for the fastest timings.

    This model is finished as 6024 King Edward II in the as-built lined GWR chrome green express passenger livery of the late 1920s with the crests of the cities of London and Bristol set between the Great Western lettering.
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    Hornby OO BR 6015 King Richard III ex-GWR 60xx King Class 4-6-0 BR Lined Green Late Crest R3535

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3535 BR 6015 King Richard III ex-GWR 60xx King Class 4-6-0 Express Passenger Locomotive BR Lined Green Late Crest
    Expected September 2017

    The King Class was the premier GWR and Western Region express passenger loco, having a large boiler operating at the high pressure of 250psi. Four cylinders and a wheel size of 6' 6" gave a tractive effort of 40285 lb, making the class one of the most powerful to run on British railways.

    DCC Ready. 8-pin decoder required for DCC operation.


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    Hornby OO GWR 6860 Aberporth Grange Collett Grange Class 4-6-0 GWR Unlined Green with Button Monogram R3552

    The GWR 68xx 4-6-0 Grange Class? joins Hornby's range of top quality? steam locomotive models. A highly detailed model with many? separately fitted? parts including handrails,? pipes? and control rods. The cab? features? crisply printed? gauge dials plus red painted? regulator and? reverser handles. The Chuchward style 3500 gallon tender has a removable coal load and details including lifting rings and cab sheet supports. Powered by a smooth running? 5-pole skew wound motor it runs as good as it looks.
    No.6818 Hardwick Grange with small tender painted in GWR unlined green with 1934 button monogram - the? livery in which it entered? service during 1936.
    DCC socket fitted inside boiler.


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    Hornby OO GWR 4837 48xx later 14xx Class 0-4-2 Auto Train Tank Engine GWR Green R3589

    Hornby Railways OO Gauge R3589 GWR 4837 48xx later 14xx 0-4-2T Auto-Train Locomotive GWR Green

    A new version of the famous GWR 48xx auto tank, finished as number 4837.

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    MRP: £44.99
    Antics Price: £38.00

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