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Hornby OO gauge full detail models (i.e. not the Railroad range).  Carefully designed to recreate the real thing but yet at extremely attractive prices from RRRG with discounts of up to 10% when you log in as a recognised RRRG member.

£ 148.99 each

R3059 Hornby Tornado Express box set

The Hornby "Tornado Express" box set features a highly detailed model of A1 Pacific number 60163 Tornado and three mark 1 coaches.  The locomotive is in BR Brunswick green with the early BR Totem clearly seen on the tender. Also worthy of note is the distinctive lipped chimney. Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound, Loco Drive, DCC Ready. Livery: Brunswick Green Finish: Pristine Special Features: Sprung Buffers, Extensive Detail, DCC Decoder Socket in Tender, Brake rods, Sliding cab roof hatch, NEM Couplings, Tender Detail.

£ 134.99 each

R3093 Hornby Tornado Pullman box set

The Hornby "Pullman" box set features a highly detailed model of A1 Pacific number 60163 Tornado and three pullman coaches.  The locomotive is in BR Brunswick green with the early BR Totem clearly seen on the tender. Also worthy of note is the distinctive lipped chimney. Motor: 5 Pole Skew Wound, Loco Drive, DCC Ready. Livery: Brunswick Green Finish: Pristine Special Features: Sprung Buffers, Extensive Detail, DCC Decoder Socket in Tender, Brake rods, Sliding cab roof hatch, NEM Couplings, Tender Detail.

£ 24.00 each

R4406 Hawksworth Pre 1953 Brake 3rd Blood and Custard

Finished in pristine BR Carmine and Cream, this Hawsworth brake 3rd coach represents the early 1950s period immediately after Nationalisation.  It makes an ideal component of a BR Western region rake for the modeller.

£ 109.00 each

R3231 Hornby 00 Gauge J15 69356 Pristine BR Black early crest Livery DCC Ready

This is the latest specification superdetailed Hornby J15 in pristine BR early crest black Livery, from the post 1948 era. Designed by T.W. Worsdell these versatile loco's entered service in 1883, 289 being built for mixed traffic use. The model is 00 Guage and DCC Ready. The model incorporates an exceptional level of detailing and really captures the image of these excellent eastern region locomotives, and features:
Motor: 3 Pole with Flywheel
DCC Ready: DCC Ready 8 Pin Socket
Detail: Removable Coal Load and Diecast Boiler
Sprung Buffers
NEM Couplings

£ 124.00 each

R3242 Hornby 00 Gauge K1 62015 Pristine BR Black early crest Livery DCC Ready

This is the latest specification superdetailed Hornby K1 62015 in pristine BR early crest black Livery, from the post 1948 era. Designed by A.H. Peppercorn these 70 versatile loco's inspired by Thompson’s rebuilt Gresley K4 in which it was reclassified as a K1/1, A. H. Peppercorn developed the design into the K1 Class. The K1 Class, were all built in Glasgow at the North British Locomotive Company’s Park Works over a 10 month period between May 1949 and March 1950. The loco's were sent to Eastfield shed, Glasgow for running in before being sent to England where they were used for both freight and express passenger workings. Thirty of the Class were sent to the Eastern Region while the remaining forty were dispatched to the North Eastern Region. Many of the North Eastern K1s were often seen as far North as Edinburgh and early on in their working life were regularly used on the West Highland line. A significant number of the Eastern Region loco's were based at March. The first 50 K1 locomotives were outshopped in black with “British Railways” emblazoned on the tender while the remaining twenty were released with the early BR crest. From 1957 all of the Class received the BR emblem. The loco's were paired with a 4200 gallon tender as used with the LNER/BR Class B1 locomotive. By 1958 the K1s were starting to be transferred from the Great Eastern Region with the result that by 1961 only eight remained at March, however by the middle of 1962 these had been moved to Retford and Doncaster. .Withdrawal of the K1s began in December 1962 but it was a slow demise taking five years before the last locomotive, 62005 was withdrawn from service on the Eastern Region in 1967. The model is to Hornby's very latest high specifications, is DCC Ready, has a Diecast Body, excellent  Cab detail, NEM Couplings, and Sprung Buffers.

£ 79.00 each

R3407 Hornby J50 0-6-0T no 68959 BR black early crest

Gresley-designed J50 shunting and trip locomotive used across the LNER network. All 102 built survived to nationalisation and no 68959 in BR black with early crest is the subject of this model. DCC ready (8 pin socket) with NEM couplings.

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