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LNER Class A4 Mallard Steam Locomotive – UK 1938 1/160 N Scale Model

  • Realistic collectible model
  • Diecast construction
  • Display stand included
  • Accurate paint scheme and markings
  • 1/160 N Scale: Length: 5.5″, Width: 0.75″

Product Description
1:160 Scale – LNER Class A4 Mallard Steam Locomotive – UK – Length: 5.5″, Width: 0.75″, Height: 1″ This model is made of plastic. It is a static model and does not move at all or has moving parts. The model comes attached (via tiny screws) to a plastic base that measures 8.25 inches long by 1.5 inches wide. The base is made to look like rail tracks and it has a sticker sign noting the country, type and year of the model depicted. The coloring and markings are accura… More >>

LNER Class A4 Mallard Steam Locomotive – UK 1938 1/160 N Scale Model

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LMS Coronation Class “Duchess of Hamilton” Loco Add-On

  • Coronation Class (Streamlined) ‘Duchess of Hamilton’ in LMS Crimson Lake (gold stripes) livery
  • Scenarios for the Settle to Carlisle route
  • Mk1 passenger coaches in LMS Maroon Lined (late crest) livery
  • Once a record-breaking steam locomotive admired by many on the UK’s rail network

Product Description
Once a record-breaking steam locomotive admired by many on the UK’s rail network, the LMS Coronation Class ‘Duchess of Hamilton’ comes to Train Simulator in its striking streamlined variant.The LMS Coronation Class was a mainline steam locomotive designed by William Stanier and built at Crewe Works between 1937 and 1948. In total, 38 were produced and are the most powerful steam locomotives ever built in the UK, with an impressive 3,333hp – more than the diese… More >>

LMS Coronation Class “Duchess of Hamilton” Loco Add-On

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Merchant Navy Class 35028 Clan Line at Bristol Temple Meads (13/03/2012)


When down in Bristol, always look out for a familiar sight and this one is no exception as we see the British Pullman hauled by VSOE regular, Merchant Navy C…

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Norfolk and Western Class J 4-8-4


Another US streamliner, thistime the N&W class J 4-8-4 express engine

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Norfolk and Western Class J locomotive #611 part2 1994

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Vintage Footage of LNER Class A4s


YOU too can see the wonderful A4s in action if you’re quick! See the once in a lifetime event of all four UK-based A4s together, at the National Railway Museum’s Great Reunion, 5/6 July. www.nrm.org.uk

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Opening the Princess Coronation class ‘City of Manchester’ from Hornby


Taking an in-depth look at this exquisite example of the ex-streamliners from the 30s and 40s.

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GWR CASTLE CLASS EARL OF MOUNT EDGCUMBE No 5043 AT NARBOROUGH AND SYSTON


We see the loco at Narborough and after a quick dash round the Leicester rind road we gat to Syston half an hour or so before the train came through so we see it at Syston aswell we also see other trains on this video the steam trains can be seen at the end of the video as we see the other trains first

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