Live Steam

These are live steam locomotives produced by Accucraft UK

No.14 W & L Live Steam 2-6-2T

Built in 1954, No. 85 was the last of 32 built for the Sierra Leone Government Railways to a standard design by Hunslet. Completed as works number 3815, No. 85 was delivered to the Sierra Leone port and capital of … More Info

Bagnall 7″ x 12″ Live Steam 0-4-0ST in 7/8ths” Scale

Bagnall were renowned builders of industrial locomotives for both standard gauge and narrow gauge.  They developed a huge range of designs and built numerous engines for the ‘big four’ and the MOD.  The 7″ x 12″ saddle tank was a … More Info

‘TORNADO’ LNER Live Steam 4-6-2

The A1 Steam Locomotive Trust, a registered charity, built Peppercorn class A1 Pacific 60163 Tornado, named after the RAF aircraft, at its Darlington Locomotive Works. Fitted with additional water capacity and the latest railway safety electronics, Tornado is fully equipped … More Info

61XX GWR Live Steam 2-6-2T

The Great Western Railway’s 61XX 2-6-2T design can trace its origins to Churchward’s ground-breaking family of designs produced at the start of the 20th century which included the large ‘prairie’ tank engine number 99.  Ideally suited for suburban and branch … More Info

‘MANNIN’ Isle of Man Live Steam 2-4-0T

We are pleased to say that our next Isle of Man loco will be based on the large-boilered variant ‘Mannin’. It was the last locomotive to be supplied to the Isle of Man and built in 1926 by Beyer, Peacock & … More Info

‘BLACK 5′ LMS/BR Live Steam 4-6-0

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 survived to the last day … More Info

‘FLYING SCOTSMAN’ LNER Live Steam 4-6-2

Sir Nigel Gresley was renowned for his Pacific express locomotives, the first of which, the A1 class, entered service in 1922. The A3 was a modification of the A1 and over time all of the surviving A1s were rebuilt as … More Info

B4 LSWR Live Steam 0-4-0T

An initial batch of twenty locomotives were designed by William Adams for the London & South Western Railway and constructed at Nine Elms between 1891 and 1893.  These small but powerful engines were intended for shunting in restricted sidings with … More Info

QUARRY HUNSLET Live Steam 0-4-0ST in 7/8ths” Scale

By the mid 19th century, the North Wales’ slate mines and quarries had a requirement for small, powerful and rugged locos to work the galleries and tramways in what was by then a rapidly expanding industry.  Various manufacturers supplied narrow … More Info

‘LEW’ L & B Live Steam 2-6-2T

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 give more room to the … More Info

WD BALDWIN Live Steam 4-6-0T

An urgent need for narrow gauge locos to operate the lines behind the trenches in WW1 led the Railways Operating Division (ROD) to source locos from America as well as Britain. Both Baldwin and Alco produced designs and the Baldwin … More Info

‘COUNTESS’ W & L Live Steam 0-6-0T

Beyer Peacock built two 0-6-0T locos for the newly constructed Welshpool & Llanfair Railway in 1903. These small but powerful narrow gauge locos were taken over by the Cambrian Railway when it acquired the line and then by the GWR … More Info

‘LYN’ L & B Baldwin Live Steam 2-4-2T

The original locomotive “Lyn” was built for the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, in 1898. Our model is based on the locomotive as it was returned from overhaul by the Southern Railway at their Eastleigh works in … More Info

‘JOAN’ Live Steam 0-6-2T

“Joan” is a 2′ 6″ gauge 0-6-2T built by Kerr Stuart in 1927 for use on a sugar plantation in Antigua.  Following a long career there she was rescued and shipped back to the U.K. and now resides on the … More Info

‘MORTIMER’ Live Steam 0-4-0ST

Now re-introduced to the range, Mortimer is a freelance 0-4-0 saddle tank locomotive with design inspirations from Avonside and Peckett. The loco is internally gas fired with a centre flue boiler. The model is gauge adjustable from 32mm (‘O’ gauge) … More Info

‘RAGLETH’ Freelance Live Steam 0-4-0T

Ragleth is a freelance side tank locomotive with design inspirations from Manning Wardle. The loco is internally gas fired with a centre flue boiler. The model is gauge adjustable from 32mm (‘O’ gauge) to 45mm (‘1′ gauge) and has insulated … More Info

‘RAGLETH’ Live Steam 0-4-0 Power Unit

For the home builder who wants a ready-to-run 0-4-0 steam tested power unit, we have made available the ‘Ragleth’ power unit in an all black livery.  This power unit is ideal for 1:19 to 1:22.5 scale conversions and is popular … More Info