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New models

 

J15

 

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Originally built as a Great Eastern locomotive. Class first introduced in 1883 with several seeing service in Europe during the FWW. Locomotives used for freight and passenger work. Operated in the former GER but towards the end of the service mainly con fined to East Anglia. 

 

R3230 - LNER Class J15 No. 7562 - RRP £109.99 (Estimate. TBC)

R3231 - BR (Early crest)Class J15 No. 65431

R3232 - BR (Late crest) Class J15 No. 65476 

 

LNER D16 /3 Class "Claud Hamilton"

 

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Originally built for the GER the class saw several construction changes resulting in a classification of D16/3. The first of the class was introduced in 1933 as passenger locomotives. Mainly found operating on the GER rails and later the Eastern region with some being used on the Midland line to Derby. 

 

R3233 - LNER D16/3 No. 8825 - RRP £109.99 (Estimate. TBC)

R3234 - BR (Early Crest) D16/3 No. 62530

R3235 - British Railways (full lettering) D16/3 No. 2524 

 

LNER K1

 

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An LNER locomotive first introduced in 1949 by which time the class would be BR. Designed by A. H. Peppercorn the locomotives were used for Mixed Traffic and operated in Scotland, Eastern and North Eastern region with a large quantity on shed at March. 

 

R3242 - BR (Early crest) Class K1 - 62015 - RRP £119.99 (Estimate. TBC)

R3243 - BR (Late crest) Class K1 - 62024

R3243A - BR (Late crest) Class K1 - 62031 

 

LSWR Drummond Class 700 "Black Motor"

 

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Built for the LSWR in 1897, this class of locomotive was specifically for freight haulage and designed by Dugald Drummond. The Class could be seen on the old LSWR network but principally at Nine Elms, Feltham, Guildford, Eastleigh, Salisbury and Exmouth Junction. 

 

R3238 - 'Southern' Drummond Class 700 No. 325 - RRP £109.99 (Estimate. TBC)- revised to E695

R3239 - BR (Late crest) Drummond Class 700 No. 30345 - revised to 30315 (late crest)

R3240 - BR (Early crest) Drummond Class 700 No. 30694 - revised to 30693 (early crest)   

 

Railroad

 

BR “Crosti Boiler”, Standard Class 9F

 

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Ten of the BR Standard Class 9F locomotives, Nos 92020-9, were built with Franco–Crosti boilers in 1955. The Franco–Crosti boiler is a modification of the conventional fire tube boiler design used on most steam locomotives. All were converted back to a more standard form within a few years 

 

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R3273 - BR (Early) Crosti Boiler Standard Class 9F - RRP £ 119.99 (Estimate. TBC)   

 

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R3274 - BR (Late Crest)  “Franco-Crosti Boiler”, Standard Class 9F - RRP £119.99 (Estimate. TBC)  

 

 

BR EMU Class 402 – 2-HAL

 

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Operated on the Southern network. 2 car unit. 2-HAL (1 lavatory between the two units ie half a lavatory HAL) Units first introduced 1939. 100 sets. Continued in service until 1971. None preserved. 

 

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R3260 - Southern Railway 2–HAL EMU - RRP £ 130.25 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

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R3290A/B - BR EMU Class 402 2-HAL (2 variants) - RRP £130.25 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

 

 

New coaches

 

BR Mk2E

 

The Mark 2 family of railway carriages were British Rail's second design of carriages. They were built by British Rail workshops between 1964 and 1975. They were of steel construction. The “E” variants were built between 1972 – 1974. NEW TOOLING: The Hornby Mk2 E coaches are designed using the same techniques as the new Hornby Mk1 coaches. These will however be part of the main Hornby range. 

 

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Blue/Grey liveryBR Mk2E Open Standard

BR Mk2E Open First Composite

BR Mk2E Brake Open Standard

RRP: £24.99 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

Inter-City (post '86)

BR Mk2E Open Standard InterCity

BR Mk2E Open First Composite InterCity

BR Mk2E Brake Open Standard InterCity

RRP: £24.99 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

BR Mk2 E (Blue/Grey) coaches WITH LIGHTS

BR Mk2E Open Standard with lightsBR Mk2E Open First Composite with lights

BR Mk2E Brake Open Standard with lightsRRP: £29.99 (Estimate. TBC)  

 

BR Mk1 Parcels Brake

 

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R4619 - BR (Maroon) Mk1 Parcels coach

R4642 - BR (Chocolate & Cream) Mk1 Parcels coach RRP: £19.95 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

2013 saw the introduction of Railroad Mark 1 coaches, in 2014 these will also be available as main range products with additional decoration and steel wheels. 

 

R4643 - BR (Maroon) Mk1 Second Open (SO) coach

R4620 - BR (Chocolate & Cream) Mk1 Second Open (SO) coach

RRP: £19.95 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

R4621 - BR (Maroon) Mk1 Tourist Second Open (TSO) coach

R4644 - BR (Chocolate & Cream) Mk1 Tourist Second Open (TSO) coach

RRP: £19.95 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

BR (SR) Mk1 coaches WITH LIGHTS

 

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R4607 - BR Mk1 Composite (SR)

R4608 - BR Mk1 3rd Class (SR)

R4609 - BR Mk1 Brake 3rd (SR)

RRP : £36.50 (Estimate. TBC)  

 

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R4604 - BR Mk1 Composite Coach converted – Camping Coach. 

 

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Many old or surplus coaches have been converted to Camping Coaches. Usually static. The Hornby interpretation has been inspired by those on the NYMR.New style Hornby Mk1 coach. Will include Skaledale Steps.RRP £24.49 (Estimate. TBC)  

 

New wagons

 

LNER/BR Extra Long CCT Van

 

CCT = Covered Carriage Truck. Built by the LNER, 117 of these vans were constructed from 1939 until 1950, lasting until the late 1970s. Used for general freight and as the rear access doors open they would have also been used to carry cars.New Tooling: The Hornby model will be produced as two solo units in two liveries – LNER and BR. 

 

Images - http://paulbartlett.zenfolio.com/lnercctc

 

R6682A - LNER Extra Long CCT Van (#1)

R6682B - LNER Extra Long CCT Van (#2)

R6683A - BR Extra Long CCT Van (#1)

R6683B - BR Extra Long CCT Van (#2) Code:

R6682/A (LNER) R6683/A (BR)

RRP : £21.99 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

Twin Track Sound - a new value development for sound locos.

 

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• Low cost sound decoder

• Adds approximately £25 to the cost of a model

• 8-Pin connection

• 16 Functions

• Genuine sound files used (where possible)

• Hornby development

• Not a replacement to the full ESU sound models but is an alternative. 

 

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R3245TTS - BR (Early) “Tornado” Peppercorn Class A1 Locomotive fitted with TTS (Twin Track Sound).RRP £154.99 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

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As an example of the sounds that will be included this is the current project list for 'Tornado'
F# Sound Description
F1 Chuffing/Deceleration ON-OFF
F2 Tornado Chime Whistle (Whistle 1)
F3 Tornado Screech Whistle (Whistle 2)
F4 Tornado Chime Whistle Long
F5 Tornado Screech Whistle Short
F6 Tornado Chime Whistle Short
F7 Coal Shovelling
F8 Blow Off
F9 Safety Valve
F10 Injector
F11 Cylinder Cock
F12 Brake
F13 Blower
F14 Wheel Slip
F15 Coupler Clank
F16 Fireman's Breakfast

 

 

R3244TTS - BR “Duke of Gloucester” (Late) Standard 8 Locomotive fitted with TTS (Twin Track Sound).RRP £139.99 (Estimated TBC) 

 

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R3246TTS -  LNER “Cock O’ the North” Class P2 Locomotive fitted with TTS (Twin Track Sound).

RRP £154.99 (Estimate. TBC)

 

Railroad locos with Twin Track Sound

 

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R3284TTS - LNER Class A1, “Flying Scotsman”, locomotive fitted with TTS (Twin Track Sound).

RRP £99.99 (Estimate. TBC)

 

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 R3285TTS - LNER Class A4, “Gadwall” locomotive with Sound

Locomotive fitted with TTS (Twin Track Sound).

RRP £99.99 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

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R3286TTS - BR Class 40, “Empress of Canada”, locomotive with Sound

Locomotive fitted with TTS (Twin Track Sound).

RRP £84.99 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

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R3287TTS - BR (Large Arrow) Class 47 locomotive with Sound.

Fitted with TTS (Sound)RRP £84.99 (Estimate. TBC) 

 

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R3289TTS - Network Rail Class 37 with SoundFitted with TTS (Sound)

RRP £84.99 (Estimate. TBC)

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Collectable items

 

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'The Great Gathering' collection of locos experienced a massive uptake so Hornby are marking the farewell to this grand occasion with 'The Great Goodbye' set.

 

Locomotive is DCC Ready with 5 pole skew wound motor. Extensive exterior and cab detail with sprung buffers. Etched nameplates and  Special Edition NRM packaging format. Pack celebrating “The Grand Farewell”. Production run of 510.

 

 

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R3251 - LNER “Mallard” A4 Class 

RRP £169.99

 

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R3252 - BR “Dominion of Canada” A4 Class 

RRP £169.99

 

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R3253 - BR “Union of South Africa” A4 Class

RRP £169.99

 

 

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R3254 - LNER “Bittern” A4 Class

RRP £169.99

 

 

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R3255 - BR “Dwight D. Eisenhower” A4 Class 

RRP £169.99

 

 

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R3256 - BR “Sir Nigel Gresley” A4 Class 

RRP £169.99

 

Again the purchase of all six locomotives enables the buyer to apply for the special presentation cabinet.

 

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The following releases will be available through the Hornby Collector's Club

 

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R3247 - LB&SCR Class A-1x (Terrier) “Whitechapel No. 650

Locomotive is not DCC Ready but can be “hot wired” . 3 pole motor. Limited Edition of 1000

RRP £64.99 (Estimate. TBC)

 

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R3248 - K. & E.S.R. (Terrier) “Sutton”

Locomotive is not DCC Ready but can be “hot wired” . 3 pole motor. Limited Edition of 500. To be ordered at the same time as the “Whitechapel”.

RRP £64.99 (Estimate. TBC)

 

 

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R3249 - BR (Early) Battle of Britain Class, “Manston”.

Locomotive DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound motor. Extensive exterior and cab detail. Sprung buffers. Locomotive and tender permanently linked. Decoder located in tender.

RRP £157.50 (Estimate. TBC) Q: 750

 

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R3250 - BR “Flying Scotsman” Class A3 Circa 1984 – Royal Duties

In 1984 4472 hauled the Royal Train containing Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Note the white cab roof, the only time that this locomotive had such a distinctive addition to its livery.

Locomotive DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound motor. Extensive exterior and cab detail. Sprung buffers. Special Edition NRM packaging format. Pack celebrating 50 years of Private Ownership. Locomotive heavily weathered.

RRP £128.75 (Estimate. TBC) Q:500

 

The following release will only be available direct from Hornby's website.

 

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R3272 - DB Schenker Class 67, “Diamond Jubilee”

One of two in Royal Claret rostered when needed to pull the Royal Train.

DCC Ready. 5 pole skew wound , twin motor drive. Operating lights. Day and night lighting. Etched metal parts. Engine detail. Cab detail. Scale speed. Pick ups on all wheels.

RRP £139.99 (Estimate. TBC)

 

Hornby are to release the teak Gresleys in post nationalisation form via their concessions.

 

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BR Gresley coaches. Period Mid 1950s. Brake Composite, 1st Class, 3rd Class, Buffet Car. 1st Class Sleeper

Originally built for the LNER these coaches saw service right up to the late 1950s/60s and some even saw service into the 70s and beyond. Mainly now seen on preserved railways

Hornby examples in BR Teak prior to being repainted after Nationalisation. Detailed interior and exterior. Over 100 print and paint operations per coach!

Code: R4598, R4599, R4600, R4601, R4602,

RRP £61.99 (Estimate. TBC) 

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Train Packs & Train Sets
 
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“Duke of Gloucester” locomotive with three R/R Pullman Cars..
Terrific set with plenty of potential for track and layout extension.
This set features the “Duke of Gloucester” locomotive and three R/R Pullman Cars. (2 x Parlour, 1 x Parlour Brake).
Controller: R8250 analogue control unit
Track layout: Extended oval with siding and buffer stop.
Includes Midi TrakMat
Code: R1177
RRP £169.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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Limited Edition First World War GWR Troop Train
2014 marks the 100th Anniversary of the First World War. Troop trains from all parts of the UK converged into London and then onto the South Coast embarkation ports and from there to France and Belgium.
Train Pack includes “Princess Alice” Star Class locomotive, 2 x GWR Clerestory Brake coaches & 1 x Clerestory coach. Limited Edition certificate – 1000
Code: 
R3219

RRP £154.99 (Estimate. TBC) LIMITED EDITION: 1000

 
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The Tyseley Connection: Limited Edition Pack - GWR (Preserved) “Pitchford Hall” Train Pack.
This is the first of an occasional series of locomotives and carriages which have had an association with the Tyseley Works. The Train pack includes: GWR (Preserved) “Pitchford Hall” locomotive, 2 x BR Mk1 Corridor Composite coaches, 1 x BR Mk1 Brake 2nd coach. Limited Edition - 1000
Locomotive DCC Ready . 3 pole flywheel. Printed nameplates. Complete livery. Coaches have full livery and metal wheels. Medium level of decoration.
Code: R3220
RRP £199.99 (Estimate. TBC) LIMITED EDITION: 1100
 

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LMS “Duchess of Sutherland” with Support coach
The locomotive is frequently used for special charters but the rake of coaches will always include the Support Coach where those responsible for the running of the locomotive will make their base.
Cab detail, Sprung Buffers, 5 pole skew wound motor. DCC Ready and Fitted. Decoder fits inside tender.
Code: R3221
RRP £169.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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SR 2 – BIL EMU
2 Car unit,. Supplied DCC Ready. 
Code: R3161B
RRP £130.25 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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BR 2 – BIL EMU (Yellow warning panels)
Code: R3257
RRP £130.25 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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BR 2 – BIL EMU Class 401 (blue)
Code: R3258
RRP £130.25 (Estimate. TBC)

Code: R3259 - NRM version
RRP £130.25 (Estimate. TBC)
 
HSTs
 

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 BR Class 43 HST (Eastern Region)
DCC Ready. 5 pole skew wound , powerful twin motor drive. Operating lights. Engine detail. Cab detail. Scale speed. Pick ups on all wheels.
Code: R3269
RRP £209.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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BR InterCity (Eastern Region) Mk. 3 coaches WITH LIGHTS
Original livery for the BR Mk3 InterCity coaches First Class, Standard Open Class, Mk3 TGS Brake, Mk3 Buffet. Interior lights.
Mk3 coaches in the mid 70s Blue/Grey livery. Metal wheels. Fitted with interior lights.
Code: R4633/A, R4634/A/B/C, R4594, R4595
RRP £35.49 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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BR Class 43 HST InterCity 1986
DCC Ready. 5 pole skew wound , twin motor drive. Operating lights. Day and night lighting. Etched metal parts. Engine detail. Cab detail. Scale speed. Pick ups on all wheels.
Code: R3271
 

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BR InterCity Executive 1986 Mk. 3 coaches
Early BR InterCity Mk3 coaches. Fist Class, Standard Open Class, Mk3 Buffet and TGS.
Mk3 coaches in the distinctive InterCity livery . Metal wheels.
Code: R4631, R4631A, R4632/A/B/C,R4592, R4593
RRP £28.49 (Estimate. TBC)
 
 

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Midland Mainline Class 43 HST
DCC Ready. 5 pole skew wound , twin motor drive. Operating lights. Day and night lighting. Etched metal parts. Engine detail. Cab detail. Scale speed. Pick ups on all wheels. Mid 90s livery.
Code: R3270
RRP £209.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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Midland Mainline Mk3 coaches. Livery dates from 1996. Midland Mainline ceased operating in 2007. Coaches are First Class, Standard Open Class, Mk3 Buffet and TGS.
Mk3 coaches in the distinctive and early livery of Midland Mainline. Metal wheels.
Code:R4638/A, R4639/A/B/C,R4590, R4591
RRP £28.49 (Estimate. TBC) 

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New liveries and numbers for existing tooling
 
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BR “Duke of Gloucester”, Standard Class 8 1960
Model as seen in 1960. DCC Ready . 3 pole flywheel. Includes additional detail pack , glazing and etched nameplates.
Code: R3236
RRP £125.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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SR Class T9 aka Greyhound with “sunshine” lettering.
Cab detail, Sprung Buffers, 5 pole skew wound motor. DCC Ready and Fitted. Decoder fits inside tender.
Code: R3108
RRP £119.99
 

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GWR Class 42xx - I've been advised that the forthcoming GW tanks will have separately fitted smokebox darts.
Cab detail, Fixed buffers, 5 pole skew wound motor. DCC Ready and Fitted.
Code: R3222
RRP £119.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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BR Class 42xx
Cab detail, Fixed buffers, 5 pole skew wound motor. DCC Ready and Fitted.
Code: R3223
RRP £119.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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BR Class 52xx
Class was a derivative of the Class 42xx. Class entered service in 1923. Operated on the former GWR network, principally in South Wales.
Cab detail, Fixed buffers, 5 pole skew wound motor. DCC Ready and Fitted.
Code: R3224
RRP £119.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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GWR Class 72xx
Class was a derivative of the Class 42xx and were used for heavy freight work. Class entered service in 1934. Operated on the GWR network, principally in South Wales.
Cab detail, Fixed buffers, 5 pole skew wound motor. DCC Ready and Fitted.
Code: R3225
RRP £129.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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BR Class 72xx
Cab detail, Fixed buffers, 5 pole skew wound motor. DCC Ready and Fitted.
Code: R3226
RRP £129.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

  
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BR Class O1 locomotive - late crest
A Thompson rebuild of the O4. Entered service in 1944. Heavy Freight locomotive. Operated on the Eastern and North Eastern Regions, mostly in the Midlands around Nottingham, Sheffield etc.
Cab detail, Sprung Buffers, 5 pole skew wound motor. DCC Ready. Decoder fits inside tender.
Code: R3227
RRP £131.25 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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BR Class B1 No. 61267
Locomotive DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound motor. Extensive exterior and cab detail. Sprung buffers. Locomotive and tender permanently linked. Decoder located in tender.
Code: R3114A
RRP £129.99
 
 
 

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LNER Class A3, “Book Law”
DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound motor, Exterior and cab detail .
Code: R3132
RRP £152.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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BR (Late) “City of Bradford” Princess Coronation Class aka “Duchess Class”. BR Maroon livery.
Locomotive DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound motor. Heavily detailed. Sprung buffers. Locomotive and tender permanently linked. Decoder located in tender.
Code: R3241
RRP £141.75 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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Special Edition GWR “Caerphilly Castle” at part of the National Collection (NRM) Special Edition
Locomotive DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound motor. Heavily detailed. Sprung buffers. Locomotive and tender permanently links. Decoder located in tender. Special NRM style packaging.
Code: R3237
RRP £146.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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NCB Austerity 0-6-0 locomotive
The model is that of the locomotive used at the Tilmanstone Colliery, Kent.
Wire handrails, sprung buffers. Not DCC Ready.
Code: R3228
RRP £73.49 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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BR (Early) “British Monarch” Star Class locomotive
DCC Ready and Fitted. Decoder fits into tender. Tender permanently coupled. Sprung buffers.
Code: R3229
RRP £134.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

Concession products:
R3294 BR 4-6-2 “Lord Kitchener”, Britannia Class 7P
R3295 BR 4-6-2 “Earl Haig”, Britannia Class 7P

Railroad
 
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LMS Compound with Fowler tender
RailRoad locomotive. DCC Ready . 3 pole flywheel.
Code: R3276
RRP £74.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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GWR “County of Devon” 4-4-0 locomotive.
RailRoad locomotive. DCC Ready . 3 pole flywheel. Minimal decoration.
Code: R3277
RRP £69.99 (Estimate. TBC)


 
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BR 4-6-0 Class 5XP Patriot Class, “Bradshaw”
RailRoad locomotive. DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound motor.
Code: R3278
RRP £69.99(Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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BR (Early) “County of Hants”, County Class Hall Class locomotive
RailRoad locomotive. DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound. Loco drive
Code: R3279
RRP £74.99 (Estimate. TBC)


 
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LNER Class A4, “Golden Shuttle”, locomotive
Locomotive DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound motor. Loco drive.
Code: R3280
RRP £76.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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BR (Early) Class 9F, “Evening Star” locomotive
Locomotive DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound. DCC Ready.
Code: R3288
RRP £84.99 (Estimate. TBC)

Hornby Concessions Specials

R3296X LNER 4-4-0 “Lincolnshire” D49/1

R3297X LMS (Red) 0-6-0T “16440”
 
Diesels
 

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Arriva Trains Wales Class 67
Class 67 is DCC Ready. 5 pole skew wound , twin motor drive. Operating lights. Day and night lighting. Etched metal parts. Engine detail. Cab detail. Scale speed. Pick ups on all wheels.
Code: R3268
RRP £139.99
 


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Network Rail Class 08 diesel shunter
Detailed locomotive. 0-6-0 wheel configuration. Sprung buffers; opening cab doors: detail interior. 5 pole skew wound motor. Scale speed.
Code: R3261
RRP £93.49 (Estimate. TBC)
 

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DCR Class 31 - British American Railway Services
Detailed locomotive. A1A – A1A wheel configuration. Sprung buffers; opening cab doors: detail interior. 5 pole skew wound motor. Scale speed.
Code: R3262
RRP £162.25 (Estimate. TBC)
 


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B R Class 50 (Large Arrow) “Vanguard” . Black roof
Detailed locomotive. Co-Co wheel configuration. Sprung buffers; opening cab doors: detail interior. 5 pole skew wound motor. Scale speed.
Code: R3263
RRP £147.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 


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B R Class 50 (Large Arrow) “Ajax” . Black roof
Detailed locomotive. Co-Co wheel configuration. Sprung buffers; opening cab doors: detail interior. 5 pole skew wound motor. Scale speed.
Code: R3264
RRP £147.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 


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Colas Rail Class 56 087
Detailed locomotive. Co-Co wheel configuration. Sprung buffers; opening cab doors: detail interior. 5 pole skew wound motor. Scale speed.
Code: R3265
RRP £147.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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Colas Rail Class 56 094 Sound using ESU Loksound
Detailed locomotive. Co-Co wheel configuration. Sprung buffers; opening cab doors: detail interior. 5 pole skew wound motor. Scale speed.
Code: R3291XS
RRP £247.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 


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BR Class 60 Sub Sector – Coal, “Quintag”, 60090 locomotive
Detailed locomotive. Co-Co wheel configuration. Sprung buffers; opening cab doors: detail interior. 5 pole skew wound motor. Scale speed.
Code: R3266
RRP £157.50 (Estimate. TBC)
 


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Class 60 Transrail “Skiddaw” (Sound) - using ESU Loksound
Detailed locomotive. Co-Co wheel configuration. Sprung buffers; opening cab doors: detail interior. 5 pole skew wound motor. Scale speed.
Code: R3267XS
RRP £249.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 


Railroad Diesels

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BR Class 31 “Dutch livery”
Locomotive in BR Civil Engineers livery aka “Dutch livery”. 1990s vintage.
RailRoad locomotive. DCC Ready . 5 pole skew wound.
Code: R3275
RRP £62.99 (Estimate. TBC)


 
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NRM Class 09 Diesel Shunter
New livery on the NRM working locomotive seen at the museum.
RailRoad locomotive. Not DCC Ready . 3 pole motor.
Code: R3281
RRP £36.99 (Estimate. TBC)


 
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BR Class 42 Diesel Hydraulic locomotive, “Thruster”.
RailRoad locomotive. DCC Ready . 5 pole, skew wound motor.
Code: R3282
RRP £54.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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Bagnall Diesel Shunter, Private Owner
W. G. Bagnall was a locomotive manufacturer from Stafford, England. It was founded in 1875 by William Gordon Bagnall and ceased trading in 1962 when it was taken over by English Electric Co Ltd. Model based on Brush-Bagnall design.
RailRoad locomotive. Not DCC Ready . 3 pole motor.
Code: R3283
RRP £29.99 (Estimate. TBC)

 
 


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FGW Night Riviera Sleeper Mk3
The sleeper train, Night Riviera is operated by First Great Western and is one of only two sleeper services on the railway in the United Kingdom. The service runs six nights a week (Sunday - Friday) between London Paddington and Penzance with one train in each direction.
The Mk3 Sleeper was introduced in the late 1970s. The intricate wavy line livery of the FGW is superbly recreated. Metal wheels fitted.
Code: R4597/A/B
RRP £28.49 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
 

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BR Pull-Push Coach Pack
2 Car coach pack. BR Class M7 can be used to pull these coaches
Code: R4534C
RRP £74.99
 

 
 

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BR InterCity Blue/Grey Buffet Car (WR)
Mk3 coaches first introduced in mid 70s.Car for those creating HST WR service as per 2012/13 units.
BR InterCity Buffet Car with metal wheels.
Code: R4603
RRP £28.49 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
 

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BR (ExSR) Open 2nd Class
High detailed BR (SR) coach. Much in demand!
Code: R4538A
RRP: £39.99 (Estimate. TBC)


 
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BR (ExLMS) 50’ Full Brake
Built in the 1930s many of these vehicles saw service well into the 1970s and beyond.
Hornby model is the Stanier Period 3 Full Brake with body and chassis detail.
Code: R4606
RRP: £35.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 

 
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Network Rail Mk3 service coaches
Network Rail have converted several Mk3 coaches for there own use . Can be seen as part of Network Rails Measurement Train.
The models were most popular the first time. These will be “B” versions.
Code: R4637 (TGS) R4641 (TF)
RRP: £28.49 (Estimate. TBC)
 

Railroad Coaches
 

BR Mk2 E (Blue/Grey) coaches
BR Mk2E Open Standard
BR Mk2E Open First Composite
BR Mk2E Brake Open Standard
NEW TOOLING: The Hornby RailRoad Mk2 E coaches are designed using the same techniques as the new Hornby Mk1 coaches. With their economy of livery and plastic wheels these will be part of the RailRoad range.
Code: R4622, R4623, R4624
RRP: £22.99 (Estimate. TBC)
 
Wagons
 


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GWR - LAIRA TRURO GOODS
BR - CHELTENHAM
BR - BRISTOL HALLAMS MARSH
RRP - £10.95
 
PO Open/Lime Wagons - Estimated RRP £10.25
 

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PO Tank Wagons - Estimated RRP £13.99

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ECC CHINA CLAY HOPPER WAGON (WEATHERED) £16.99

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ECC CHINA CLAY HOPPER WAGON (WEATHERED)- 3 WAGON PACK - £51.99

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BR 12 TON FISH VAN: BLUE SPOT – TRIPLE PACK

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BR “TROUT” HOPPER WAGON ED 470221 £16.99

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BR 12T BARRIER VAN (EX FISH VAN) £9.99

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Collectors wagons (£10.99)

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Skaledale Highlights - awaiting RRPs
The full Skaledale range can be seen on Hornby's website here - link TBA
 

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Butterley Signal Box
A Midland Railway Signal Box as preserved at Butterley
Code: R9776
 

Butterley Station Office
A typical Midland Railway building used as an administration office.
Code: R9777
 

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Butterley Railway Station Main Office
A stone built Midland Railway Station. Additional buildings are available to extend the station structure as per the original.
Code: R9778

 
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Butterley Station Extension
Building Extension to the main Butterley Station building
Code: R9784
 

 
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Butterley Platform Waiting Room
Waiting Room and Works Office building, Butterley.
Code: R9779

 
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Twin track Engine Shed
Twin track engine shed inspired by an example at Butterley.
Code: R9780
 

Loco Shed Lean To
Typical breeze block construction added on to the side of an existing structure. Used for storage etc.
Code: R9788
 

Trackside Building
Wooden track side building used possibly for loco crews or as a superintendents office.
Code: R9786


Butterley Water Tower
Metal Water Tower with brick base.
Code: R9787
 

2 x Derelict coaches
Old, weather beaten coaches, beyond repair and just rotting a way!
Code: R9790
 
Railmaster Loco Detection System
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

R8306 Pack contains: LD Module, 1Pk LD Tag Strips, 4 x LD Track sensors. £79.99
R8307 LD Module £69.99
R8308 LD Track Sensor £ 7.50
R8309 LD Tag Strip £ 9.99
R**** LD Track Sensor Transformer £ 9.99

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I’m soooo pleased about the 2HAL. Exactly what we need for Balcombe. This must be down to the success of the 2BIL.

 

This now makes ‘number 14’ on the list of projects (scratch, bodge, kit and conversions) that have been overtaken by a ‘proprietary’ product. Part of me has always thought ******!!!…but definitely not in this case, although since we started the Balcombe project, I’ve acquired three different makes of kits, sides, conversions etc,. 

 

I suppose that if you wish and froth hard enough on these threads, your dreams can come true!

 

Edit ..just seen the Crosti..that makes number 15...almost 'bah humbug'....!

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All I can say is WOW! 

 

I was expecting a bit of consolidation, maybe just the odd new model.

 

But WOW!

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Some very good choices. I am surprised at the railroad Crosti 9F!!

 

For me 2-HAL, Sutton, LSWR 700, maybe the 72XX if its early crest.

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Does The Great A4 Goodbye train pack come with model people to put in front of the locos whilst you photograph them ?

 

(joke)

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A J15 AND a Claud Hamilton - brilliant news.

 

A 2HAL too - excellent! Is it me, or does that look to have a lot more detail than the 2BIL?

 

Some great stuff here. Really exciting programme.

 

Paul

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A packed year, but looks like my wallet can breath a sigh of relief

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.

 

Thanks for that effort, even with the editorial problems it is very informative.

 

I am AMAZED at Hornby's ambitious programme  -  I did not note, but do they "hope" to get all out on time ?

 

The 700 Black motor AND 2-HAL ( let alone the new 2-BIL liveries are amazing.

 

( AND the Railroad crosti-boilered 9F  MUST HAVE visited Fawley at least once !!!!!

 

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Glad there is no Original Merchant Navy.

 

I'd rather wait for a proper non-design-clever one from Bachmann now.

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Nice selection, something for everyone, including me,(Crosti 9F).

 

Best wishes to Hornby, hope they get this stuff into the shops on schedule.

 

Many thanks for posting Andy.

 

Brit15

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Ok, there were rumours, but I never expected both a J15 and a D16/3.

 

Hang out the flags!

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Two small 0-6-0s - I wonder if that's a bit of design clever...

 

Interesting range, nice to see they are responding to customer feedback - ref the smokebox handles on the GW big tanks

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Wooooooohooooooo!!!!!!!!!

 

Black Motor. .............Yipeeeeeeeeeeee!

 

 

Steady now.

Nice to see J 15 and Claud. Very nice. Not my bag but should prove to be good looking popular models. Also Hornby have listened, evidenced by the return of the separate smoke box handles on the GWR tanks.

 

Overall very positive I feel.

 

Rob

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