Category Archives: model railways

Hornby Flying Scotsman Train Set

The most famous locomotive and train in the World features in this high range Hornby train set. The striking LNER apple green liveried Class A1 Flying Scotsman helps to recreate those wonderful days of train travel in the 1930s when the two great rivals, London North Eastern Railway and the London, Midland and Scottish Railway

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Hornby Model Railways London Olympics 2012 Train Set

Preparation for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games continues to move ahead, with all of the new sports venues due to be completed later this year. This Hornby London 2012 train set is inspired by the iconic pictogram designs which represent the various sports and disciplines of the Games. The Olympic and Paralympic icons are

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Athearn Model Locomotive HO RTR Veranda Turbine withTender, UP #74

Key Features Fully assembled and ready for your layout or display DCC-ready wiring harness installed (8 or 9 pin decoder) Two speaker mounting points molded into underframe to accept speakers up to 1.20″ in diameter Five pole skew wound armature motor 4 inboard axles are powered Celcon handrails Cab interior Razor sharp painting and printing

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Lima model railway locomotive Class 59 EWS Livery

This is a well detailed, well built, good handling model. It has great low speed control as well as a very high top speed. The class 59 is almost identical to the class 66. This model came with detailing parts, from extra pipe lines to realistic couplings so it could be displayed without the model

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HornbyTrainsTornado Express Locomotive Train Pack, Model Railways

Inspired by such named trains that are seen being hauled by �Tornado�, this Hornby train pack features “Tornado” in BR Brunswick green with the early BR Totem clearly seen on the tender. Also worthy of note is the distinctive lipped chimney adding even more character to this icon of determination. Class: A1 Designer: Arthur Peppercorn

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