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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″

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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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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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LNER B1 1306 Mayflower


The battle Field Line Santa Express 2008

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LNER A4’s Pure Mainline Steam


Mainline Steam Locos 60007, 60009, and 60019 filmed in Spring 2008. Pure Mainline Steam from bntproductions.co.uk

18 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - May 21, 2012 at 3:40 am

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LNER A4 60009 Union of South Africa at York


Former LNER A4 Pacific steam locomotive “Union of South Africa” in its British Railways guise as 60009 in action at York Station with the Scarborough Spa Express. The loco is a sister to the much loved engines 60007 “Sir Nigel Gresley”, “Bitten” and the holder of the land steam record 4468 “Mallard”. For more A4 action, click here…. “Sir Nigel Gresley” at Doncaster… www.youtube.com “Sir Nigel Gresley” on the NYMR… www.youtube.com “Bittern” on the NYMR… www.youtube.com They were all built at Doncaster Works, along with fellow famous engine 4472 “Flying Scotsman”. To order railway DVDs and Blu-ray discs, visit Nova Store – www.novastore.co.uk For more transport videos, infomation, articles and links, visit our website http and you can follow us on Twitter – www.twitter.com

8 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - April 3, 2012 at 10:40 pm

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Hornby NRM Flying Scotsman LNER 4472 Steam Locomotive Review


This is a review of the NRM (National Railway Museum) issued Hornby R2441 Premium model of the Class A3 LNER 4472 Flying Scotsman Steam Locomotive that was released in 2004. The model is very impressive as you get a lot of detail on the model plus some extra detailling parts to make the model even more impressive. This OO gauge model is loco-driven as opposed to the older Hornby Models that were tender driven and those were quite underpowered compared to the loco-driven steam engines. The model is DCC ready so those that use a DCC system on their layout can plug a 8 pin decoder into the model and away you go. I give this model of the railway landmark a perfect flawless 10/10. Overall Rating: 10/10

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British Steam Locomotives LNER L1 tanks on the GER lines


Photo’s of L1 Steam Loconotives on the GER lines in London and Essex. I did not take these photo’s myself so a big thankyou to all that did like Alan Lewis chambers

20 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - November 23, 2011 at 9:44 pm

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How much energy does a LNER A4 steam locomotive consume?

In coal, or even better, in joules would be nice. I would like to know what the tender capacity is and how far could the A4s go without a coal stop. Also if I could get the same information for water would be nice.
You wouldn’t happen to know what type of coal was used?

2 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - November 9, 2010 at 2:45 am

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