Live Steam

These are live steam locomotives produced by Accucraft UK

‘KATHLEEN’ & ‘LADY EDITH’ Cavan & Leitrim 4-4-0T

As previously announced, having produced hundreds of Isle of Man locomotives in various guises we have decided to shift our focus for 3′ gauge locomotives to the Emerald Isle and start working our way through some of the gorgeous Irish … More Info

‘LAWLEY’ Beira & SAR Falcon 4-4-0

We are delighted to announce another 1:19 scale model for production in 2020, the iconic South African ‘Lawley’ 4-4-0. Construction of the first 2′ gauge railway in Southern Africa began in 1892. This was the 370-kilometre long (230-mile) line of the … More Info

‘TALYLLYN’ Talyllyn Railway 0-4-2ST

In 2013 we were approached to produce all the Talyllyn Railway locomotives as a commission and although this never came to fruition we had worked up the concepts and designs with a view to producing them of our own accord.  Due … More Info

‘DOLGOCH’ Talyllyn Railway 0-4-0T

In 2013 we were approached to produce all the Talyllyn Railway locomotives as a commission and although this never came to fruition we had worked up the concepts and designs with a view to producing them of our own accord.  Due … More Info

‘TALGARTH’ & ‘SABRINA’ Freelance Live Steam 0-4-0s

We are delighted to announce not one, but two, new generic 0-4-0 locomotives for 16mm (1:19) scale. After many years in production we felt it was time to completely revise the ‘Ragleth’ design, hundreds of which have appeared in the … More Info

Kerr Stuart ‘Wren’ Live Steam 0-4-0ST in 7/8ths” Scale

Kerr Stuart produced 163 ‘Wren’ type locomotives before they ceased trading in 1930 and a further four were constructed thereafter by Hunslets. The ‘Wrens’ owe their origin to the ‘Buya’ class of 1903 although the type encompassed a huge number … More Info

WD HUNSLET Live Steam 4-6-0T

Hunslet produced 155 of these 2’ (60cm) gauge locos during WW1 for service behind the trenches in France, sharing their duties with Baldwins and Alcos procured for the same role.  After the war they were scattered to the four winds, … More Info

‘EXE’, ‘TAW’ & ‘YEO’ L & B Live Steam 2-6-2T

Named after local rivers, three Manning Wardle 2-6-2 tank locomotives were supplied to the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway when it opened in 1897.  By the standards of other domestic narrow gauge locomotives they presented a somewhat unusual profile having long, … More Info

DECAUVILLE Type 1, Live Steam 0-4-0T in 7/8ths” Scale

By the late 1800s, France’s Decauville Manufacturing Company had established themselves as builders of reliable and simple to operate narrow gauge steam locomotives. Many of their designs were intended for use in agricultural, mining, and light industrial settings. One such … More Info

‘MONA’ IOM Live Steam 2-4-0T

Arriving as a joint delivery with No. 4 Loch in 1874 in readiness for the opening of the Port Erin line, the locomotive is named from the Latin word meaning Isle of Man. Together with sister No. 4 she carried … 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

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