Accucraft October News

Welcome to our October update.  As the weather in the UK starts to turn autumnal, thoughts may start to turn towards Christmas – it certainly has for the world’s shipping companies and the cost of freight continues to spiral upwards. Unfortunately this means we are unlikely to be able to ship any rolling stock before the New Year (in the hope that at that stage some normality starts to return to the market).  In consequence we have delayed the delivery of the new 1:32 scale Mk1 RMB coaches and a balancing number of Mk1 SKs and BSKs but have brought forward the production of the 1:19 Peckett 0-4-0ST.

New for 2022!  ‘Cranmore’ type Peckett 0-4-0ST in 1:19 Scale

We are delighted to share an initial image of the sample of the new 1:19 (16mm) scale Peckett.  The model is gauge-adjustable (32mm and 45mm), gas-fired and fitted with a water top up valve, water gauge with blow-down valve, lubricator and pressure gauge; constructed of stainless steel and etched brass with a copper boiler, the model will, as usual, be covered by our two-year warranty. The anticipated UK RRP is £1595.00 (for pre-orders, subject to the usual provisos), available Q1 2022 (or maybe sooner!). In response to customer requests, we will be supplying the model with two domes, the factory original (ogee) pattern and the simpler Australian type. The locomotive is fitted Accucraft chopper couplings. You can see full details here.

British Railways Mk1 RMB

We have recently received the first image of the sample RMB from the factory and very good it is too.  Great care has been paid to the roof detail in particular (one of the most obvious features in a garden railway setting).  It is likely that the SKs and BSKs being produced at the same time will be the last run we make of these, so, if you need to add them to your collection, a pre-order with your favoured retailer is advised.

Last call for the Southern Pacific P-8 4-6-2.

We will be shipping the Accucraft SP P-8 in October and it is now also be available as a kit.  This really is the last call if you would like to get one of these before Christmas!

UK RRP – RTR (Butane or Alcohol)  £4295.00, KIT £3795.00 RTR Electric £3795.00

AL97-035 SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2467, Butane Fired  
AL97-037 SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2472, Butane Fired  
AL97-035A SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2467, Alcohol Fired 
AL97-037A SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2472, Alcohol Fired
AL98-035 SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2467, Electric
AL98-037 SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2472, Electric 

J&M L&SWR suburban coach sets

Owing to cancellations we can offer the following sets of the J&M L&SWR suburban coaches, but only while stocks remain.

1 x L&SWR set in salmon pink and brown livery (our price to you £2500.00) comprising:

2 x R32-20A L&SWR/SR BRAKE THIRD – SALMON PINK & CHOCOLATE (UK RRP £795.00 each)
2 x R32-21A L&SWR/SR ALL THIRD – SALMON PINK & CHOCOLATE (UK RRP £795.00 each)

1 x L&SWR set in salmon pink and brown livery (our price to you £2500.00) comprising:

2 x R32-20A L&SWR/SR BRAKE THIRD – SALMON PINK & CHOCOLATE (UK RRP £795.00 each)
1 x R32-21A L&SWR/SR ALL THIRD – SALMON PINK & CHOCOLATE (UK RRP £795.00 each)
1 x R32-22A L&SWR/SR COMPOSITE 1st/3rd – SALMON PINK & CHOCOLATE (UK RRP £795.00 each)

1 x SR set in Southern Railway green (our price to you £1800.00) comprising:

1 x R32-20B L&SWR/SR BRAKE THIRD – SOUTHERN RAILWAY GREEN (UK RRP £750.00 each)
2 x R32-22B L&SWR/SR COMPOSITE FIRST/THIRD – SOUTHERN GREEN (UK RRP £750.00 each)

1 x BR set in BR Southern Region green (our price to you £2400.00) comprising:

2 x R32-20C L&SWR/BR BRAKE THIRD – BR SOUTHERN REGION GREEN (UK RRP £750.00 each)
1 x R32-21C L&SWR/BR ALL THIRD – BR SOUTHERN REGION GREEN (UK RRP £750.00 each)
1 x R32-22C L&SWR/BR COMPOSITE FIRST/THIRD – BR SOUTHERN GREEN (UK RRP £750.00 each)

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Accucraft September News

The current hiatus affecting worldwide shipping and the closure of Shanghai’s principal airport because of Covid-19 is throwing up some particular challenges for our business, compromising both the supply of parts and the delivery of finished products.  There may be some adjustment to the order in which we deliver future projects and we would ask for your indulgence while we try to resolve these issues.

‘Lawley’ latest!

Although the project got knocked back by the pandemic, progress continues to be made with our forthcoming ‘Lawley’. The museum quality model is internally gas fired and is gauge adjustable for either 32mm (‘0’ gauge) or 45mm (‘1’ gauge) – all the parts for this are supplied with the model. This operation can be undertaken by the owner and only takes a few minutes. The cab roof lifts up to give access to the water filler. The boiler is fitted with a water gauge, pressure gauge and the gas tank is in a water bath in the tender (which also has a dry space for fitting radio control). The model is fitted with slide valves, functioning Stephenson valve gear and is built from stainless steel, copper and brass. Estimated UK RRP £2950.00 inc. VAT – don’t miss the pre-order price!

Revisions during the design stage have included the provision of a single-skinned roof only, sliding cabside louvres, twin lubricators and the decision to produce the headlamps as an after-market accessory.

Research has shown that the SAR green livery is close enough to justify using the same colour as that which we applied to our Lynton & Barnstaple locomotives and it would not be too great a stretch of the imagination to envisage one of these plying its trade in North Devon!

S19-36A Lawley NG6 4-4-0 – Beira Railway Green
S19-36B Lawley NG6 4-4-0 – SAR Green
S19-36C Lawley NG6 4-4-0 – SAR Black


The images above show the final refinements to the design prior to construction commencing. There will be plenty of room in the cab to allow the fitting of radio control. The cabside louvres can be slid far enough back to be removed completely if the operator wishes the locomotive to have a more British appearance.

Narrow gauge coaches

The Lynton & Barnstaple Brake Composite coaches are now in stock. This is a very small, one-time production run and individual brakes will only be available with one other type of coach, either R19-19/20/20. The UK RRP for the brake composites is currently £175.00, the other coaches remain at £150.00, so, £325.00 for a pair. Please place your orders (plus choice of additional coaches) as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Please note that this price is only applicable to the current UK stock since the escalation in shipping costs is bound to push up the RRP of any further supplies from the factory.

We are pleased to say that we have also just taken delivery of more Isle of Man ‘Pairs’ coaches. However, the prices only apply to current stock, future deliveries will see these rise. The coaches are supplied with both 45mm and 32mm gauge wheelsets which are easily changed. Make sure you get your order in now!

R19-10 ISLE of MAN 4 WHEEL COACH – 3rd – MAROON & CREAM £90.00
R19-10G ISLE of MAN 4 WHEEL COACH – 3rd – GREEN & CREAM £90.00
R19-24 I.O.M. ‘E’ VAN – MAROON & CREAM £90.00
R19-17 I.O.M. ‘PAIRS’ BOGIE COACH – COMPOSITE £175.00
R19-26 I.O.M. ‘PAIRS’ BOGIE COACH – HALF BRAKE £175.00

Aster residual stock

We have a small number of Aster locomotives left in stock.  These may be the only ones available in the UK for quite a while so don’t delay if you’d like one!

Aster LNER B1 4-6-0 – Order now – get 50% off a box of four RCH wagons KIT        RTR

AST-109-3K/R BR Black #61264 (In Preservation)                                      £3100.00   £3600.00
AST-109-4K/R BR Green #31306 Mayflower (In Preservation)                    £3100.00   £3600.00
AST-109-1UK/R LNER/BR Green, Unlettered/Un-numbered                       £3100.00   £3600.00
AST-109-2UK/R LNER Black, Unlettered/Un-numbered                              £3100.00   £3600.00
AST-109-3UK/R BR Black, Unlettered/Un-numbered                                  £3100.00   £3600.00
AST-109-4UK/R BR Green Unlettered/Un-numbered                                  £3100.00   £3600.00

Aster BR 5MT 4-6-0 – Order now – get 50% off a box of four RCH wagons                RTR

AST-107-GR BR 5MT 4-6-0 Green – RTR (ex-display model – UK RRP £4200.00)     £3900.00

Aster Mikados – Remaining stock – Order now – get a free 1:32 US freight car (worth £120.00)!

AST-103-0R Aster USRA Light Mikado – Undecorated RTR (UK RRP £4950.00)        £4500.00
AST-103-2R Aster USRA Light Mikado – Union Pacific RTR (UK RRP £4950.00)       £4500.00
AST-105-6R Aster USRA Heavy Mikado – Great Northern RTR (UK RRP £5500.00)  £4950.00

Gauge 1 K Class Pullman Cars – further news

The Gauge 1 Pullmans are based on the monocoque K-Type steel-sided stock introduced in the late 1920s. A total of 33 K-Type Pullman cars were built with the first batch of 20 cars destined for LNER and the newly branded Queen of Scots and West Riding Pullman trains in July 1928. A further nine first-class vehicles were supplied the following year for the GWR with the launch of the Torbay Pullman Limited and the Plymouth Ocean Liner Specials.

At the end of the short-lived GWR experiment, this set of Pullman cars was transferred to Southern metals for Southampton Ocean Liner Specials and the new Bournemouth Belle service which commenced operation on 8 July 1931. A further four third-class Pullman cars based on the 1928 designs were added to the Bournemouth Belle service. Up until WW2 Southampton Ocean Liner Specials were generally made up of three to four Pullman cars (without parlour brakes) together with an assortment of other Southern carriage stock and luggage vans.

By the early 1950s Pullman travel was de rigueur as many Southampton boat trains pulled into the newly completed Ocean Terminal consisting entirely of Pullman cars. Named after individual liners and their shipping lines, Cunard, United States Line, P&O, Union Castle, deluxe London travel connections extended from the ship to the rail head.

Gauge 1 Pullmans will be produced to echo the pre-nationalisation period of the 1930s and 40s and the BR era when new Pullman services were introduced.  Pullmans will be produced in standard umber and cream livery and come with grey roofs. The pre-nationalisation stock will incorporate the original Pullman emblem and third-class vehicle designation; they will look fabulous hauled by the new Aster P2 locomotive. The BR Pullmans will come with the new simplified Pullman insignia, revised lining, and car no. designation.

Pullman car ordering options:

  • First and third-class parlour cars
  • First and third-class kitchen cars and
  • Third-class parlour brakes.

In addition, we will consider producing a special range of Pullman Bar Cars if there is sufficient interest.

Only four of the original K-Type cars were ever built as third-class parlour brakes – none as first-class parlour brakes. However, six of the original K-Type third-class kitchen cars nos. 67-72 were later converted into parlour brake cars and these form an additional BR period Pullman brake offering. The rebuilt parlour brakes are different to the original set cars nos. 77-80 built for Queen of Scots’ running. The differences include revised roof layout at luggage end, smaller drop windows on either side of the guard’s luggage area, no roof brackets as carriage boards moved to the cantrail at brake car ends and revised light fitting above guard’s door. They were of a more modern appearance.

Whilst there was always a degree of fluidity over how Pullman cars were allocated to specific regions and services, named and numbered Pullman cars without suffixes largely operated on east coast routes with the Queen of Scots and West Riding Pullman etc.

All Pullman cars come in umber and cream livery with grey roofs.

Individual car price: £1,250
Pairs of Pullman brakes and two other cars £4,780
Orders of more than four vehicles are priced at £1,195 per car.

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Accucraft August News

Accucraft UK – Aster – an announcement

It is with regret that we have decided to relinquish our UK distributorship and sales of the Aster Hobby Inc brand of models. This will be effective from Monday 2nd August.

Although over the past few years we have made many new friends in the 1:32 market it has become increasingly clear that the Aster agency has diverted our attention and energies away from our core business, Accucraft UK. We will continue to concentrate on making affordable gas-fired British-outline locomotives for the Gauge 1 market, such as the recently delivered Adams Radial Tank and forthcoming GWR 43XX and already have plans for next year’s project. However, until a new distributor is appointed, Accucraft UK will continue to support owners of current and older Aster models with its first-class parts and service backup.

We have a small residual stock of Aster Mikados, 5MTs and LNER B1s – please enquire about availability.

Progress with the ‘Lawley’

After a few delays in production we are delighted to say that the 1:19 scale ‘Lawley’ 4-4-0 is making progress with the factory working up the CADs for the design prior to production.  This is likely to be a one-time run so if you wish to acquire one we suggest you place a reservation as soon as possible, either with your preferred Accucraft stockist or directly with us.

The museum quality model is internally gas fired and is gauge adjustable for either 32mm (‘0’ gauge) or 45mm (‘1’ gauge) – all the parts for this are supplied with the model. This operation can be undertaken by the owner and only takes a few minutes. The cab roof lifts up to give access to the water and lubricator fillers. The boiler is fitted with a water gauge, pressure gauge and the lubricator has an under floor drain, the gas tank is in a water bath in the tender. The model is fitted with slide valves, functioning Stephenson valve gear and is built from stainless steel, copper and brass and will be supplied with a choice of glazed or louvred cab windows.  Estimated UK RRP £2950.00 inc. VAT.  You can find full details here.

Specifications

  • Scale: 16mm to 1 foot (1:19)
  • Length: 460 mm (18.5 inches) over buffer beams
  • Width: 105 mm (4 inches)
  • Height: 152 mm (6 inches)
  • Weight: TBA
  • Min Radius: 1.2m (4 foot)
  • Gauge: 32mm or 45mm – gauge adjustable
  • Boiler: Centre Flue
  • Working Pressure: 60 psi
  • Valve Gear: Slide Valve
  • Reversing Gear: Stephenson’s link, reverse by lever in the cab
  • Fuel: Butane Gas
  • Boiler Fittings: Safety valve, pressure gauge, water level glass, Goodall valve
  • Cab Controls: Steam regulator, gas regulator, reverse lever, Displacement lubricator

Versions available, subject to production batch:

S19-36A Lawley NG6 4-4-0, Live Steam, Beira Railway Green
S19-36B Lawley NG6 4-4-0, Live Steam, SAR Green
S19-36C Lawley NG6 4-4-0, Live Steam, SAR Black

Gauge 1 Pullman cars – further news

We are happy to be able to tell you that Greenwood & Pring’s plans for their new range of 1:32 scale British Pullman cars are firming up.  The first production run will be for new parlour brakes (not produced before) which will be followed by first and third-class parlour cars and first and third-class kitchen cars.  You can find full details and the history of these cars here.

Pullman car specifications:

  • Meticulously researched using original drawings, image material and examples of preserved and modified stock
  • Beautiful hand-made solid brass fine scale soldered construction ensuring superb body detail – note roof bodies are constructed in brass
  • Interior lighting provided by central LED roof lighting and Pullman table lamps
  • Finished in long-lasting and robust oven baked satin paint
  • Carriage nameboards commemorating famous Pullman expresses
  • Ball bearing mounted axel boxes for free running bogies
  • Solid stainless steel disc wheels
  • Three coupling types: Pullman cars come with standard Kadee style couplings. Conversion packs for screw link drop or alternative buckeye couplings are available
  • Removeable bodies for the fitting of figures.

Options for reservation

All Pullman cars come in umber and cream livery with grey roofs.

Individual car price: £1,250
Pairs of Pullman brakes and two other cars £4,780
Orders of more than four vehicles are priced at £1,195 per car.

We are taking pre-orders.  The Greenwood & Pring range will also be available from Accucraft US through their Live Steam Station website.

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Accucraft July News

Welcome to our July update.  With better weather it has been good to hear that many of you are back in the garden!  We’d like to thank those customers who dropped by our stand at the National Garden Railway Show, it is always good to see old friends or put a face to a new name.  It seems likely that the Peterborough show will again be held in June next year and the date will shortly be confirmed.

New South Coast dealer!

We are delighted to announce that we have a new dealer in place in Swanage on the Isle of Purbeck.  Greenwood & Pring already offer their own range of laser cut accessories and track for O Gauge and Gauge 1 through the Greenwood Railway Products brand, as well as items for the smaller scales.  Although they specialise in 1:43 and 1:32 scales, all our products will be available through them.  Both Mike Green and Martyn Pring have long associations with the hobby and it will be a pleasure to work with them.

However, this is also the start of a long-term collaboration to bring high-quality brass-constructed coaches to the Gauge 1 (1:32 scale) market and we are pleased to say that in a reciprocal deal we will be able to offer the Greenwood & Pring range to our customers as well.  Plans for their next offering are at an early stage but the company has already indicated that it will be releasing a new range of 1:32 scale British Pullman cars next year and we will bring you further details of these as soon as they are available.  The first production run will be for new parlour brakes (not produced before) split amongst the following Pullman car numbers:

Parlour brake car no. 67
Parlour brake car no. 68
Parlour brake car no. 69
Parlour brake car no. 70
Parlour brake car no. 71
Parlour brake car no. 72

The price will around the thousand-pound mark and we are currently taking pre-orders.  The Greenwood & Pring range will also be available from Accucraft US through their Live Steam Station website.

43XX now in production!

We are pleased to report that the new 1:32 scale GWR 43XX 2-6-0 is now in production – the initial batch is filling fast with pre-orders.  To ensure you get the livery you would like please ensure we have your order as soon as possible.

The model is built to1:32 scale for 45mm gauge track, gas-fired with a single flue boiler.  Built to a similar formula as our very successful 61XX 2-6-2T, the chassis is constructed from stainless steel, the wheels are un-insulated. The boiler is copper, the cab and bodywork are constructed from etched brass. The gas tank is in a water bath in the tender.  The model will run round 4′ 6″ radius curves and we are aware that there were a large number of livery variations among members of the class and will therefore be offering the variants subject to order volume. We’d like to thank David Fletcher for the marvellous drawings he has produced of this useful locomotive. You can see full details here.  UK RRP £2500.00, fully lined BR versions £2595.00.

Isle of Man and L&B coaches on their way.

We are pleased to say that we have a further run of these useful coaches on their way to us now.  We are only running coaches since the four-wheel ‘E’ Van and the ‘Pairs’ half-brake vehicles are already in stock in the UK.  These handy coaches make great 1:20.3 scale vehicles for those running 3′ gauge on 45mm track or are as just at home on 32mm gauge with 1:19 scale locomotives.  The coaches are supplied with both 45mm and 32mm gauge wheelsets which are easily changed.  Make sure you get your order in with your retailer now!

We also decided to re-run the Lynton & Barnstaple Brake Composite coach.  This is a very small, one-time production run and individual brakes will only be available with one other type of coach, either R19-19/20/21.  The UK RRP for the brake composites will be £175.00, the other coaches remain at £150.00, so, £325.00 for a pair.  Please place your orders (plus choice of additional coach) as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

R19-10 ISLE of MAN 4 WHEEL COACH – 3rd – MAROON & CREAM £90.00
R19-10G ISLE of MAN 4 WHEEL COACH – 3rd – GREEN & CREAM £90.00
R19-24 I.O.M. ‘E’ VAN – MAROON & CREAM £90.00
R19-24G I.O.M. ‘E’ VAN – GREEN & CREAM £95.00 (US STOCK)
R19-17 I.O.M. ‘PAIRS’ BOGIE COACH – COMPOSITE £175.00
R19-26 I.O.M. ‘PAIRS’ BOGIE COACH – HALF BRAKE £175.00

R19-18 L&B BRAKE COMPOSITE COACH – £175.00
R19-19 L&B 3rd CLASS COACH – £150.00
R19-20 L&B 3rd CLASS CENTRE OBSERVATION COACH – £150.00
R19-21 L&B COMPOSITE COACH – £150.00

16mm (1:19) Scale ‘Large’ Quarry Hunslet – LAST CALL!

The first 100 Quarry Hunslets quickly sold through and our dealers have all had their allocations.  The final batch has now been shipped soon – don’t miss out!

As soon as we had a chance to run our model of Dolgoch last March we realised that the design brief for this small locomotive had produced an almost perfect balance of performance and duration and, despite having instinctively avoided some of the smaller designs, the possibilities for new engines were now numerous.  With Talyllyn No.1 delivered we concentrated on the Quarry Hunslet, a design whose characteristics are much the same as the TR models and has proven to be a real crowd-pleaser.

The model is gas-fired and fitted with a water top up valve, water check valve, miniature pressure gauge; constructed of stainless steel and etched brass with a copper boiler, the model will, as usual, be covered by our two-year warranty.  All colours are now ‘low stock’.  The UK RRP is £1595.00. Colours available, subject to production batch:

S19-37A Quarry Hunslet 0-4-0ST in Red
S19-37B Quarry Hunslet 0-4-0ST in Black
S19-37C Quarry Hunslet 0-4-0ST in Penrhyn Lined Black
S19-37D Quarry Hunslet 0-4-0ST in Blue

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Accucraft June News

Welcome to our June update.  Hopefully the cold/wet spring is now behind us and we can look forward to getting out in the garden and running some trains again!  With the lifting of lockdown restrictions planned for this month we are very much looking forward to attending our first show in fifteen months, the National Garden Railway Show at Peterborough – you can find full details here..  News this month includes a sneak preview of the new 43XX, we now have the production sample and further images and running videos will follow shortly although delivery is now likely to be in Q3.

GWR 43XX 2-6-0 sample

The GWR 43XX 2-6-0 ‘Moguls’ were a product of Churchward’s standardisation policy at Swindon and owe their origin to the ‘family’ of locomotives he developed at the beginning of the 20th century. The class was built in a series of batches from 1911 until 1923 with Collett adding further examples (with a side-window cab) between 1925 and 1932 and in total 342 of these useful mixed traffic locomotives were built, they were at home with passenger trains at 60mph as as with moderately heavy goods trains. The class served all over the Great Western and operated to destinations as diverse as Tonbridge, Andover and Liverpool and 11 examples from the 53XX series were sent to France to serve with the Railways Operating Division (ROD) during WW1.  During the 1930s class members were withdrawn and their wheels and motion parts used to create the ‘Manors’ and ‘Granges’, a process interrupted by WW2 after which British Railways started to scrap the entire class, the last examples being withdrawn in 1964.  Luckily two survived, No. 5322, now at Didcot Railway Centre, and Collett example No. 9303 at the Severn Valley Railway.

The model is built to1:32 scale for 45mm gauge track, gas-fired with a single flue boiler.  Built to a similar formula as our very successful 61XX 2-6-2T, the chassis is constructed from stainless steel, the wheels are un-insulated. The boiler is copper, the cab and bodywork are constructed from etched brass. The gas tank is in a water bath in the tender.  The model will run round 4′ 6″ radius curves and we are aware that there were a large number of livery variations among members of the class and will therefore be offering the variants subject to order volume. We’d like to thank David Fletcher for the marvellous drawings he has produced of this useful locomotive. You can see full details here.  UK RRP £2500.00, fully lined BR versions £2595.00.

Last call for the L&SWR Radial Tanks – ORDER NOW!

This really is the last opportunity to pick up one of these beautiful Victorian locomotives.  We have just the odd example of each livery left in stock including the new variant, a Drummond green example carrying a Drummond boiler and numbered 486. UK RRP £1995.00 while remaining stock lasts.  The kits are now sold out.

S32-15A – L&SWR Adams green, fully lined, No. 488 – LAST EXAMPLE
S32-15B – L&SWR Drummond green, fully lined (Adams boiler), No. 488
S32-15C – SR lined Maunsell green, No. 0846
S32-15D – SR plain black, ‘sunshine’ lettering, No. 3488 – LAST EXAMPLE
S32-15E – EKR lined Ashford green, No. 5 – SOLD OUT
S32-15F – BR black, early emblem, No. 30583
S32-15G – BR black, late crest, No. 30583
S32-15H – L&SWR Drummond green, fully lined (Drummond boiler), No. 486 – LAST EXAMPLE

Isle of Man ‘Pairs’ and four-wheel coaches on their way.

We are pleased to say that we have a further run of these useful coaches in production at the factory.  We are only running coaches since the four-wheel ‘E’ Van and the ‘Pairs’ half-brake vehicles are already in stock in the UK.  These handy coaches make great 1:20.3 scale vehicles for those running 3′ gauge on 45mm track or are as just at home on 32mm gauge with 1:19 scale locomotives.  The coaches are supplied with both 54mm and 32mm gauge wheelsets which are easily changed.  Make sure you get your order in with your retailer now!

R19-10 ISLE of MAN 4 WHEEL COACH – 3rd – MAROON & CREAM £90.00
R19-10G ISLE of MAN 4 WHEEL COACH – 3rd – GREEN & CREAM £90.00
R19-24 I.O.M. ‘E’ VAN – MAROON & CREAM £90.00
R19-24G I.O.M. ‘E’ VAN – GREEN & CREAM £95.00 (US STOCK)
R19-17 I.O.M. ‘PAIRS’ BOGIE COACH – COMPOSITE £175.00
R19-26 I.O.M. ‘PAIRS’ BOGIE COACH – HALF BRAKE £175.00

 

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Accucraft May News

Coming soon!  The handsome Southern Pacific P-8 4-6-2.

The Accucraft SP P-8 is due for release in July and will now also be available as a kit.

Constructed by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1921, Southern Pacific’s fifteen P-8 class 4-6-2s #2461-2475 were obtained primarily for passenger service over the Ogden-Carlin segment of the railroad’s famed “Overland Route”. Over the route’s maximum gradient of 1.5%, a single P-8 was rated for a trailing load of 875-tons, approximately an eleven car passenger train. The P-8s thrived in this service until delivery of the larger, more powerful Mt-class 4-8-2s in the late 1920s. Most P-8s were then transferred further west for service between Oakland and Sacramento, along with the demanding Peninsula commute service between San Francisco and San Jose. Espee’s P-8 class 4-6-2s lasted until the mid-1950s, at which time they were replaced by diesels and retired.

Two Southern Pacific P-8 class locomotives were saved. SP #2467 was donated to the City of Oakland in 1960 and placed on display at Harrison Railroad Park. In April 1959, SP #2472 was donated to the City of San Mateo and placed on display at the Fairgrounds.

UK RRP – RTR (Butane or Alcohol)  £4295.00, KIT £3795.00 RTR Electric £3795.00

AL97-035 SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2467, Butane Fired  
AL97-037 SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2472, Butane Fired  
AL97-035A SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2467, Alcohol Fired 
AL97-037A SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2472, Alcohol Fired
AL98-035 SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2467, Electric
AL98-037 SP P-8 4-6-2 – #2472, Electric 

Specifications:

Scale / Gauge: 1:32 / 45 mm
Construction: Brass & Stainless Steel
Mini. Radius: 10 ft. (3 M)
Length: 35.02 in. (889.6 mm)
Width: 3.75 in. (95.25 mm)
Height: 5.95 in. (151.06 mm)

Features:

Alcohol / Butane fired
60 PSI working pressure
Two Cylinders w/D-valve
Walschaerts valve gear
Water level glass
Check valve
Axle water pump
Hand water pump in tender

Dora’s back in town!

Dora is a freelance live-steam 0-4-0T locomotive in 1:20.3 scale. It has been designed to be simple to operate and reliable in service, an ideal starter loco in fact! Operating a live-steam locomotive is very different from running an electric engine. It is a more hands-on, interactive experience. Many people have found the little locomotive to an ideal starting point for conversions and it is now available in four colours, lined black, blue, green and maroon.

UK RRP £495.00, available direct from Accucraft UK.

ACS-07B Dora 0-4-0, Live Steam Black 
ACS-07BL Dora 0-4-0, Live Steam Blue 
ACS-07M Dora 0-4-0, Live Steam Maroon 
ACS-07G Dora 0-4-0, Live Steam Green 

Specifications:

1:20.3 Scale / 45 mm Gauge
Brass & Stainless Steel Construction
48 in. (1.2 M) Mini. Radius
Length: 6.09 in. (155 mm)
Width: 3.5 in. (89 mm)
Height: 6.06 in. (154 mm)​

Features:

Butane fired
Single flue
Safety valve
Lubricator
Twin cylinder, geared steam motor

Isle of Man ‘Pairs’ and four-wheel coaches on their way.

We are pleased to say that we have a further run of these useful coaches in production at the factory.  We are only running coaches since the four-wheel ‘E’ Van and the ‘Pairs’ half-brake vehicles are already in stock in the UK.  These handy coaches make great 1:20.3 scale vehicles for those running 3′ gauge on 45mm track or are as just at home on 32mm gauge with 1:19 scale locomotives.  The coaches are supplied with both 54mm and 32mm gauge wheelsets which are easily changed.  Make sure you get your order in with your retailer now!

R19-10 ISLE of MAN 4 WHEEL COACH – 3rd – MAROON & CREAM £90.00
R19-10G ISLE of MAN 4 WHEEL COACH – 3rd – GREEN & CREAM £90.00
R19-24 I.O.M. ‘E’ VAN – MAROON & CREAM £90.00
R19-24G I.O.M. ‘E’ VAN – GREEN & CREAM £95.00 (US STOCK)
R19-17 I.O.M. ‘PAIRS’ BOGIE COACH – COMPOSITE £175.00
R19-26 I.O.M. ‘PAIRS’ BOGIE COACH – HALF BRAKE £175.00

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Accucraft April News

Welcome to our April news bulletin.  This month we are pleased to announce a new small 1:19 (16mm) Scale locomotive for release early next year, as well as some developments in the 1:32 Scale range.

New for 2022!  ‘Cranmore’ type Peckett 0-4-0ST in 1:19 Scale

Much encouraged by the good reception of our Quarry Hunslet and the almost complete sell-out of those little locomotives, we are delighted to announce our next ‘small’ 16mm Scale engine, the delightfully proportioned ‘Cranmore’ type Peckett 0-4-0ST. Peckett & Sons of Bristol had long been renowned for producing industrial tank engines, many of them small saddle tanks, and the ‘Cranmore’ type had its origins in an 0-4-0 saddle tank version of the special 7×10” cylinder design, Works No.1030 of 1904 Gamecock which would be later be referred to as a ‘Cranmore Class’. The order was placed by the Mendip Granite & Ashphalte Co. for its 2’ gauge line connecting the quarry to Cranmore Station on the GWR and after its career there it was scrapped, although it is not known when. Small numbers of this type continued to be built, mainly for export and one (Works No. 1711 of 1926) was bought by the Metropolitan Gas Co., Melbourne, Australia, named Sir John Grice in 1928. Withdrawn in 1941 it was sold in 1962, joining the Whistle Stop Amusement Park, Frankston in 1965. The 2’ 6” gauge locomotive later moved to the Puffing Billy Railway in 1974 as a static exhibit but restoration started in 1978 and it was returned to service in 1981 painted light green with yellow lining.

The model is gauge-adjustable (32mm and 45mm), gas-fired and fitted with a water top up valve (hidden under the tank filler), water gauge with blow-down valve, lubricator and pressure gauge; constructed of stainless steel and etched brass with a copper boiler, the model will, as usual, be covered by our two-year warranty. The anticipated UK RRP is £1595.00 (for pre-orders, subject to the usual provisos), available Q1 2022. As ever, we’d like to thank David Fletcher for his superb drawings, illustrating the livery options. In response to customer requests, we will be supplying the model with two domes, the factory original (ogee) pattern and the simpler Australian type. The locomotive is fitted Accucraft chopper couplings. You can see full details here. Specifications:

Scale: 16mm to 1 foot (1:19)
Gauge: 32mm or 45mm (adjustable)
Length: 196mm
Width: 100mm
Height: 136mm
Boiler: Centre Flue
Working Pressure: 60psi
Weight: TBC
Minimum Radius: 600mm (2 feet)
Reversing Gear: Piston type, reverse by lever in the cab
Valve Gear: Simulated Stephenson’s link
Fuel: Butane Gas
Boiler Fittings: Safety valve, pressure gauge, water gauge with blow-down valve
Cab Controls: Steam regulator, gas regulator, reverse lever, lubricator
Sir John Grice nameplates (supplied loose)

Colours available, subject to production batch:

S19-38A Cranmore Peckett 0-4-0ST in Lined Light Green (Sir John Grice)
S19-38B Cranmore Peckett 0-4-0ST in Lined Dark Green
S19-38C Cranmore Peckett 0-4-0ST in Lined Maroon
S19-38D Cranmore Peckett 0-4-0ST in Lined Blue
S19-38E Cranmore Peckett 0-4-0ST in Plain Black

GWR 43XX Mogul 2-6-0 to be available as a kit!

Despite our early prediction that the 43XX might not be available as a kit we are delighted to report that the locomotive will also be available in this form.  Following the successful formula used with the Adams Radial Tank kits, assembly will be a simple nut and bolt together process requiring only simple tools and a bit of patience.

The model is built to1:32 scale for 45mm gauge track, gas-fired with a single flue boiler.  Built to a similar formula as our very successful 61XX 2-6-2T but with kit assembly in mind, the chassis is constructed from stainless steel, the wheels are un-insulated. The boiler is copper, the cab and bodywork are constructed from etched brass. The gas tank is in a water bath in the tender.  The model will run round 4′ 6″ radius curves and is happy on code 332 or code 250 tracks, however, we do not recommend running through LGB code 332 pointwork.  We are aware that there were a large number of livery variations among members of the class and will therefore be offering the variants subject to order volume.  The pre-shipment UK RRP will start at £2350.00 for the kit, £2500.00 for the RTR version, available to pre-order now.

S32-16KA – Unlined GWR green ‘Great Western’ – KIT
S32-16KB – Unlined GWR green ‘GWR’ – KIT
S32-16KC – Unlined BR black with early emblem – KIT
S32-16KD – Unlined BR black with late crest – KIT
S32-16KE – Lined BR green with early emblem – KIT
S32-16KF – Lined BR green with late crest – KIT
S32-16KK – Unlined ROD khaki, No. 5322 (TBC) – KIT
S32-16KR – Unlined ROD black, No. 5322 (TBC) – KIT

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Accucraft March News

Welcome to our March bulletin.  February saw the arrival of the first 100 ‘Large’ Quarry Hunslets in 1:19 (16mm) Scale.  This initial batch was entirely pre-sold but we should have further supplies during March so please be patient!  Work continues to develop the 43XX and design and drawing work on our next small 16mm (1:19) scale locomotive is now complete – all will be revealed in our April update!

New for 2021 – GWR 43XX 2-6-0 in 1:32 Scale – PRE-ORDER

Encouraging progress is being made on the production sample and we hope to bring you some images of that very soon.  Don’t miss out on getting yours in the first batch!

The GWR 43XX 2-6-0 ‘Moguls’ were a product of Churchward’s standardisation policy at Swindon and owe their origin to the ‘family’ of locomotives he developed at the beginning of the 20th century. The class was built in a series of batches from 1911 until 1923 with Collett adding further examples (with a side-window cab) between 1925 and 1932 and in total 342 of these useful mixed traffic locomotives were built, they were at home with passenger trains at 60mph as as with moderately heavy goods trains. The class served all over the Great Western and operated to destinations as diverse as Tonbridge, Andover and Liverpool and 11 examples from the 53XX series were sent to France to serve with the Railways Operating Division (ROD) during WW1.  During the 1930s class members were withdrawn and their wheels and motion parts used to create the ‘Manors’ and ‘Granges’, a process interrupted by WW2 after which British Railways started to scrap the entire class, the last examples being withdrawn in 1964.  Luckily two survived, No. 5322, now at Didcot Railway Centre, and Collett example No. 9303 at the Severn Valley Railway.

The model is built to1:32 scale for 45mm gauge track, gas-fired with a single flue boiler.  Built to a similar formula as our very successful 61XX 2-6-2T, the chassis is constructed from stainless steel, the wheels are un-insulated. The boiler is copper, the cab and bodywork are constructed from etched brass. The gas tank is in a water bath in the tender.  The model will run round 4′ 6″ radius curves and we are aware that there were a large number of livery variations among members of the class and will therefore be offering the variants subject to order volume. We’d like to thank David Fletcher for the marvellous drawings he has produced of this useful locomotive. You can see full details here.  UK RRP £2500.00, fully lined BR versions £2595.00.

Last call for the L&SWR Radial Tanks – ORDER NOW!

This really is the last opportunity to pick up one of these beautiful Victorian locomotives.  We have just the odd example of each livery left in stock including the new variant, a Drummond green example carrying a Drummond boiler and numbered 486.  This is also the last opportunity you will have to avail yourselves of the chance to pick up a matching set of L&SWR carriages at a 10% discount (if you have purchased a Radial tank).  You can see all the liveries available here.  UK RRP £1995.00 while remaining stock lasts, just one kit left  £1875.00 (S32-15KA Adams green).

S32-15A – L&SWR Adams green, fully lined, No. 488
S32-15B – L&SWR Drummond green, fully lined (Adams boiler), No. 488
S32-15C – SR lined Maunsell green, No. 0846
S32-15D – SR plain black, ‘sunshine’ lettering, No. 3488 – LAST EXAMPLE
S32-15E – EKR lined Ashford green, No. 5 – SOLD OUT
S32-15F – BR black, early emblem, No. 30583
S32-15G – BR black, late crest, No. 30583
S32-15H – L&SWR Drummond green, fully lined (Drummond boiler), No. 486 – LAST EXAMPLE

J&M L&SWR coaches – last chance to pre-order

The factory has kindly supplied us with some photographs of the initial painted samples, delivery will follow in the first quarter of 2021 and it will be a very limited run. Those people who ordered the Adams Radial tank are entitled to a 10% discount on a set of four of these matching coaches. Don’t miss out if you would like a set!

R32-20A J&M L&SWR Bogie Brake Third, salmon pink & brown £795.00
R32-21A J&M L&SWR Bogie All Third, salmon pink & brown £795.00
R32-22C J&M L&SWR Bogie First/Third Composite, salmon pink & brown £795.00
R32-23A J&M L&SWR Bogie Coach set, salmon pink & brown £3021.00

R32-20B J&M L&SWR/SR Bogie Brake Third, Southern Railway green £750.00
R32-21B J&M L&SWR/SR Bogie All Third, Southern Railway green £750.00
R32-22B J&M L&SWR/SR Bogie First/Third Composite, Southern Railway green £750.00
R32-23B J&M L&SWR/SR Bogie Coach Set, Southern Railway green £2850.00

R32-20C J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie Brake Third, Southern Region green £750.00
R32-21C J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie All Third, Southern Region green £750.00
R32-22C J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie First/Third Composite, Southern Region green £750.00
R32-23C J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie Coach set, Southern Region green £2850.00

R32-20D J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie Brake Third, BR Carmine £750.00
R32-21D J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie All Third, BR Carmine £750.00
R32-22D J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie First/Third Composite, BR Carmine £750.00
R32-23D J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie Coach set, BR Carmine £2850.00

Sets comprise, two brake thirds, one composite, one all third, discounted by 5% for a set of four, 10% if ordered with an Adams Radial Tank. Please email us or ‘phone to discuss your rolling stock needs!

16mm (1:19) Scale ‘Large’ Quarry Hunslet – ORDER NOW!

The first 100 Quarry Hunslets have now sold though and our dealers have all had their allocations.  The final batch is now complete at the factory and will be shipped soon – don’t miss out!

As soon as we had a chance to run our model of Dolgoch last March we realised that the design brief for this small locomotive had produced an almost perfect balance of performance and duration and, despite having instinctively avoided some of the smaller designs, the possibilities for new engines were now numerous.  With Talyllyn No.1 delivered we concentrated on the Quarry Hunslet, a design whose characteristics are much the same as the TR models and has proven to be a real crowd-pleaser.

The model is gas-fired and fitted with a water top up valve, water check valve, miniature pressure gauge; constructed of stainless steel and etched brass with a copper boiler, the model will, as usual, be covered by our two-year warranty.  The UK RRP is £1595.00. Colours available, subject to production batch:

S19-37A Quarry Hunslet 0-4-0ST in Red
S19-37B Quarry Hunslet 0-4-0ST in Black
S19-37C Quarry Hunslet 0-4-0ST in Penrhyn Lined Black
S19-37D Quarry Hunslet 0-4-0ST in Blue

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Accucraft February News

Welcome to our February bulletin.  This month will see the arrival of the first 100 ‘Large’ Quarry Hunslets in 1:19 (16mm) Scale.  This initial batch is entirely pre-sold but we should have further supplies during March so please be patient!  The factory has kindly supplied us with photos of liveries other than the lined Penrhyn sample we were originally sent.

Quarry Hunslets – due for delivery this month!

The more generous proportions of the ‘Large’ type Quarry Hunslets (as opposed to the smaller ‘Alice’ Class) will prove beneficial to the locomotive’s run-time although to avoid compromising the look of the model we will only be offering it in 32mm gauge. The model is gas-fired and fitted with a water top up valve, water check valve, miniature pressure gauge; constructed of stainless steel and etched brass with a copper boiler, the model will, as usual, be covered by our two-year warranty. The anticipated UK RRP is £1595.00 (subject to the usual provisos), available Q1 2021. As ever, we’d like to thank David Fletcher for his superb drawings, illustrating the livery options. In response to customer requests, we will be supplying the model with two chimney tops (both of which will be included), the factory original pattern and the Penrhyn Quarry type.

Accucraft Baldwin Mabel 0-6-0T Live Steam

Accucraft US is proud to announce our next freelance narrow gauge steam locomotive in 1:20.3 scale, 45mm gauge. The model is based on a 3ft gauge Baldwin style locomotive and will be available in both kit form and ready to run. Joining the ranks of the classic Ruby, Dora and Forney 0-4-4, we hope the Mabel brings the joy of live steam to both novices and experienced collectors alike.  Special thanks to Marc Horovitz for our concept drawings.  Due for delivery Q4 2021.

Colour Options:

Black with white lining
Green with yellow lining
Maroon with yellow lining
Blue with white lining

Price: £1,250 Kit. £1,495 RTR

Add on options:

Pre-installed Radio Control: £200.00
Rear truck: £60.00
Pilot truck (Requires extended frames): £100.00

Specifications:

1:20.3 scale, 45mm gauge
Butane fired
Water Gauge with blowdown valve
Pressure gauge included
Piston valve gear
Goodall valve included
Safety valve under steam dome
Knuckle couplers
Radio control ready (Pre-installed options available)
Boiler check valve for future water car add-on
Blind middle driver for tighter curves
Min. Radius TBD

American Mainline GP60 Diesel in 1:29 Scale

Accucraft US are making progress on our long-awaited GP60 diesel project for 1:29 scale. With tooling complete and electronics in production, we hope to finish the sample soon and start production!  UK RRP £575.00.

  • 1:29 Scale, 45mm Gauge
  • DCC & Sound Ready Option

GP60 Diesel (1:29)

Road Number Options:

Santa Fe Blue/Yellow: #4022, #4035
Santa Fe Aluminum/Red: #100, #101, #144, #157
Rio Grande: #3154, #3156
Union Pacific: #1994, #2098
Southern Pacific: #9757, #9785
Vermont Railway: #381
Norfolk Southern Black/White & “Operation Lifesaver”: #7100
Norfolk Southern 100th Anniversary: #4610
CSX: #6897, #6899
BNSF “Heratage”: #117, #145
BNSF ” Wedge”: #130, #150

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Accucraft January News

We’d like to wish all our customers and suppliers a Happy New Year and hope that 2021 proves to be better year than 2020!  With the hopeful news about vaccines it looks like some return to normal might be possible in the second half of the year and we look forward to seeing you at shows after then.  Whilst we are eagerly awaiting delivery of the new 1:19 scale Quarry Hunslets, the 1:32 J&M LSWR coaches (see below) and BR RMBs and work continues on progressing the design and tooling for the new 43XX, 1:19 scale ‘Lawley’ and the 1:20.3 scale Cavan & Leitrim 4-4-0Ts you might be forgiven for thinking we wouldn’t have any more tricks up our sleeve for 2021…..

New for 2021 – 1:13.7 (7/8ths”) scale Kerr Stuart ‘Sirdar’ Class 0-4-0T Diana

We are delighted to announce a new 7/8ths” locomotive for 2021.  Through the good offices of Diana’s owner, Phil Mason, and with the help of David Fletcher, we can reveal that the next new locomotive in this scale will be a model of the delightful Kerr Stuart ‘Sirdar’ 0-4-0T Diana.  Although there were other members of this class we will focus on the history of this unique survivor.

Diana was built in 1909 by Kerr Stuart as part of an order for six 2′ 5 1⁄2″ gauge locomotives for Mauritius. Although several of the locomotives in the order were sent to Mauritius, Diana wasn’t delivered and stayed at Kerr Stuart’s factory in Stoke on Trent. In 1917, the locomotive was purchased by the Home Grown Timber Committee of the Board of Trade for use on the Kerry Tramway, near Newtown, Powys in Mid Wales. It was rebuilt to 2′ gauge and delivered to Kerry, Powys.

The Kerry Tramway closed in 1922, though a short length was retained and worked by an unknown locomotive. In 1925, Diana was sold to the Oakeley Quarry in Blaenau Ffestiniog, where it worked for the next twenty years. In 1945, it was sold on to the Pen-yr-Orsedd Quarry in the Nantlle Valley, where it and worked until its boiler was condemned in 1950.

Diana was purchased for preservation in 1964 and passed through the hands of a variety of owners and moved to a number of different locations including the Llanberis Lake Railway, the Brecon Mountain Railway and Alan Keef’s in Ross on Wye although its restoration was never fully completed until it passed into the hands of Phil Mason, a Talyllyn Railway volunteer, who finished the work at the Vale of Rheidol Railway before setting the engine to work on the Bala Lake Railway.

The planned release of our model was pushed back six months by the Covid-19 outbreak but we anticipate a 2021 delivery. The model is gas-fired and fitted with a water top up valve, water gauge, miniature pressure gauge and lubricator; constructed of stainless steel and etched brass with a copper boiler, the locomotive has an enhanced level of detail made possible by this scale including a brake stand / gas control valve, dummy water gauges and sliding cab-sheet doors.  It is gauge-adjustable between 45mm and 32mm gauges.  The gas tank is concealed in the left hand side tank with the filler hidden under a dummy coal load, the Goodall top-up valve is hidden in the dummy sand pot on the boiler.  The estimated UK pre-order is £1695.00 and the model will be available direct from us or through our dealers.  Our thanks to Phil Mason for giving us unlimited access to the locomotive and David Fletcher for producing the superb drawings.

In addition to the help Phil Mason has given us he has very kindly arranged that every customer who purchases a model of Diana will be entitled to a free footplate ride on the prototype locomotive at the Amerton Railway near Stafford (subject to terms and conditions yet to be finalised) and the opportunity to pose their model with the real thing!  A numbered certificate confirming this will be issued with every model sold.

Specifications:

  • Scale: 22.5mm to 1 foot (1:13.7), 7/8ths” to 1 foot
  • Gauge: 45mm or 32mm adjustable
  • Length: 270mm (over buffer beams)
  • Width: 126mm
  • Height: 195mm
  • Boiler: Centre Flue
  • Working Pressure: 60psi
  • Weight: TBA
  • Minimum Radius: 600mm (2 feet)
  • Reversing Gear: Piston type, reverse by lever in the cab
  • Valve Gear: Simulated Stephenson’s link
  • Fuel: Butane Gas
  • Boiler Fittings: Safety valve, pressure gauge, water top-up valve
  • Cab Controls: Steam regulator, gas regulator, reverse lever, water gauge

Colours available, subject to production batch:

S78-5A Kerr Stuart ‘Sirdar’ 0-4-0T in lined grey, Diana
S78-5B Kerr Stuart ‘Sirdar’ 0-4-0T in lined black
S78-5C Kerr Stuart ‘Sirdar’ 0-4-0T in lined green
S78-5D Kerr Stuart ‘Sirdar’ 0-4-0T in lined maroon

J&M L&SWR coaches – first test shots

The factory has kindly supplied us with some photographs of the initial painted samples, delivery will follow in the first quarter of 2021 and it will be a very limited run.  Those people who ordered the Adams Radial tank are entitled to a 10% discount on a set of four of these matching coaches.  Don’t miss out if you would like a set!  A significant price rise will be applied to orders placed after 31st January, 2021.

 

R32-20A   J&M L&SWR Bogie Brake Third, salmon pink & brown £695.00
R32-21A   J&M L&SWR Bogie All Third, salmon pink & brown £695.00
R32-22C   J&M L&SWR Bogie First/Third Composite, salmon pink & brown £695.00
R32-23A   J&M L&SWR Bogie Coach set, salmon pink & brown £2641.00

R32-20B   J&M L&SWR/SR Bogie Brake Third, Southern Railway green £650.00
R32-21B   J&M L&SWR/SR Bogie All Third, Southern Railway green £650.00
R32-22B   J&M L&SWR/SR Bogie First/Third Composite, Southern Railway green £650.00
R32-23B   J&M L&SWR/SR Bogie Coach Set, Southern Railway green £2470.00

R32-20C   J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie Brake Third, Southern Region green £650.00
R32-21C   J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie All Third, Southern Region green £650.00
R32-22C   J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie First/Third Composite, Southern Region green £650.00
R32-23C   J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie Coach set, Southern Region green £2470.00

R32-20D   J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie Brake Third, BR Carmine £650.00
R32-21D   J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie All Third, BR Carmine £650.00
R32-22D   J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie First/Third Composite, BR Carmine £650.00
R32-23D   J&M L&SWR/BR Bogie Coach set, BR Carmine £2470.00

Sets comprise, two brake thirds, one composite, one all third, discounted by 5% for a set of four, 10% if ordered with an Adams Radial Tank.  Please email us or ‘phone to discuss your rolling stock needs!

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