Previous (discontinued) Models

These are models that are no longer in the range

‘PEVERIL’ IOM Electric 2-4-0T

The Isle of Man Railway favoured locos built by Beyer Peacock with a 2-4-0 wheel arrangement.  No 6, ‘Peveril’ was built in 1874 and carried the standard Beyer Peacock characteristics – the outside framed Bissel truck, the lack of a … More Info

‘LEW’ L & B Electric 2-6-2T

This model is now discontinued. Lew was built in 1925 to a similar design to the previous Manning Wardle locomotives constructed for the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, the main difference being a redesigned cab to eliminate a smoke trap, and … More Info

Isle of Man 2-4-0T – Electric

This model is now discontinued. This model is based on No 4 ‘Loch’ as running in the 1970’s with a closed dome and twin safety valves. The model is electrically powered and has a 0-24 volt Pittman gear head motor. … More Info

LNER A3 4-6-2 “Flying Scotsman” – Electric

This model is now discontinued. Sir Nigel Gresley was most famous for his line of Pacific mainline express locomotives, the first of which, the A1, entered service in 1922. The A3 was a modification of the A1 and over time … More Info

‘CALEDONIA’ IOM Electric 0-6-0T

This model is now discontinued. Caledonia was built in 1885 by Dubs & Co. for the 3′ gauge Manx Northern Railway.  The M.N.R. needed a powerful loco for working coal trains on the Foxdale branch.  In 1895 she was shipped … More Info

LMS 4-6-0 Black 5

This model is now discontinued. The London Midland and Scottish Railway’s Class 5 4-6-0, almost universally known as the Black Five was introduced by William Stanier in 1934 and 842 were built between then and 1951. Members of the class … More Info