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Updated 14th September 2021 - for Latest Arrivals see News Page.
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G1 Live Steam Locomotives
|RB565||Peppercorn K1 2-6-0. A superb Peppercorn K1 in early lined gloss black BR livery presented in immaculate new unused condition. Thought to be built by Keith Cousins from his own range of Paul Forsyth designed kits. Spirit-fired, slip-eccentric valve gear, twin cylinders with outside dummy walshaerts valve gear. Tender and axle pumps, lubricator with pressurising valve etc. Chassis fully sprung. Fully steam and track tested and runs superbly.||10mm||£2495|
|RB506||GCR Class 9N (LNER/BR A5) 4-6-2 Tank Loco. A very well built and finished model to the well known Paul Forsyth design, constructed by the late John Lawrence from a Keith Cousins kit and professionally painted and lined by Liz Marsden. Finished in full Great Central lined-green livery as No. 451 and in immaculate condition. Spirit-fired, single-cylinder with fitted water hand pump and axle-driven feed. Supplied complete with a custom wooden carry case.||10mm||£1850|
|RB574||LNER (ex GNR) Ivatt D3 4-4-0 plus carriages. From the collection of the late John Squire, a unique example of the LNER D3 No.2000 Grantham Engineer's inspection locomotive built by the legendary Tom Barratt and painted and lined by Liz Marsden in late post-war LNER green livery, together with its regular train comprising Gresley articulated twin corridor set plus an ex-GNR 6-wheel stores/parcel van. Rolling stock built by the late and equally legendary Fred Newman. Loco is single-cylinder, spirit-fired, tender and axle pumps, all usual fittings etc. Has hardly been used since painting last year and hence in immaculate condition and runs perfectly. Complete with a wooden carry case.||10mm||SOLD|
|RB575||LNER (ex-GCR) D9 4-4-0. Another fine loco built by the legendary Tom Barratt. Finished in plain black LNER livery as No. 6021 'Queen Mary'. Spirit-fired, single-cylinder, all usual fittings including oil tank booster valve and hand pump in tender. The large boiler ensures a good duration (20mins or so between 'pump-ups'). Mechanics and boiler are based on the well known G1MRA 'Project' design. A simple and straightforward design that is easy to run and manage and equally ideal for beginners in G1 or the more experienced. In perfect running order and complete with a wooden carry case and G1MRA boiler cert.||10mm||SOLD|
|RB570||G1MC Standard Class 4MT Tank 2-6-4. An excellent example of these popular and sought-after locomotives, unusually this time in 'as delivered' un-lettered lined black livery, leaving the choice of name and number to the purchaser to affix. Sprit-fired, twin cylinders with slip-eccentric reversing gear, cylinder drain valves, hand and axle pumps etc. Has been fully checked over and test steamed as usual and found to be in perfect working order.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB517||G1MC BR Class 7 Britannia. A fine example of the popular BR Pacific produced by Accucraft for G1MC and finished as 70004 'William Shakespeare' in lined BR green with late tender crest. (This is prototypically accurate as 70004 was the only example to have retained the fluted coupling rods to the end of its life.) Model is in good running condition and features a spirit-fired boiler with slip-eccentric valve gear between the frames, axle and hand pumps (the tender has been usefully modified to prevent water ingress to the fuel tank section), pressurised lubricator, regulator, blower and bypass valves, water gauge and working cylinder drains. These strong, powerful and robust models are excellent track performers.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB571||Derby Lightweight 2-car DMU. An outstanding museum-quality scratch-built model of a rarely-modelled prototype by master coach builder Peter Rogers. I'll let the pictures do the talking here, but to summarise it is finished in BR green with the early front-end warning 'whiskers'. The power bogie is driven by twin axle-hung 'Fosmotors'. Full DCC rechargeable battery radio control system and highly realistic sound from a Fosworks TX-4.1 remote. The range of sounds includes engine start/stop, separate Hi and Low horns, flange squeal etc., in addition to remotely switched internal lighting and marker lights. Fully detailed interiors with driver and passenger figures. In new condition having only been briefly test run on a few occasions.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB564||Sancheng/Finescale Brass Stanier Black 5MT 4-6-0. In outstanding unmarked condition, BR Black Five finished in BR mixed traffic livery as preserved example 45379. This is the favoured and sought-after long-firebox version with separate top feed. Professionally lined out and numbered, with smokebox numberplate, shedplate and full set of tender plates. Fitted with TX21 battery radio-control by Peter Spoerer, complete with transmitter plus inertia control and fitted soundcard with separate whistle switch. A Smartcharger is included.||1:32||SOLD|
|G1 Rolling Stock|
|RB576||'Devon Belle' Pullman Observation Car. A museum-quality model by Golden Age Models no longer in production. In new unused mint condition in original box with instructions. Highly detailed brass bodied model complete with interior detail. Very free running with ball bearings in the axleboxes. Coach features led interior lighting either by 2-rail track power or/and internal PP3 rechargeable battery (not supplied but cheaply available).||1:32||£850|
|RB577||G1MC/Accucraft BR MK1 coaches in SR Green Livery. Set comprises hard to find Brake 2nd Class (BSK), Corridor 2nd Class (SK) from the original G1MC production series, plus 2nd Class open (SO) and 1st Class corridor (FK) from the later Accucraft production. All feature genuine Kadee couplers with the exception of the brake end with chains and one end of the FK which has been converted to a swivelling coupling hook. (Could easily be converted back to normal Kadee.) All appear in unused condition. (Note: RRP of these coaches when available is now £275 each) Collection preferred due to size and weight).||1:32||SOLD|
|RB566||Finescale Locomotive Company LMS/BR Royal Mail Vans. A very rare set of three superb Royal Mail coaches, professionally built and presented in new unused condition in original boxes. Finished in immaculate BR lined maroon livery with full Royal Mail lettering etc. Highly detailed models with offset corridor connections. Full underframe detail and fitted with free running bogies etc. Set comprises the following: D1792 Postal Sorting Van with nets M30248M, D1793 Stowage Van with nets M3021M, D1778-PS Stowage Van M30478M.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB563||Set of three Great Central corridor coaches. Set consists of corridor 3rd Class, Composite 1st/3rd side corridor and one Composite Brake 3rd. Well made and constructed in Plasticard and finished in a light brown livery to simulate teak. In need of some minor tlc to re-glue coach ends etc. Some light surface rust to buffer heads, easily removed. Full interior and underframe details and substantial chassis and bogies.||10mm||
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