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Updated 25th May 2020 - for Latest Arrivals see News Page.
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G1 Live Steam Locomotives
|RB526||GW Manor 4-6-0 Class 'Hinton Manor'. Nicely finished in lined BR green as 7819 'Hinton Manor' built by Barrett Engineering. A rather rare example of an attractive prototype which has recently been through my workshop for a 'refit'. Sprit-fired, twin cylinders, slip eccentric*, axle and hand pumps etc., fitted with unobtrusive radio control to the secondary regulator and an ingenious system to reverse the slip eccentric collars. I have recently fitted a new Spektrum 2.4gHz receiver, new metal-geared servos and replaced the R/C wiring which is concealed in the tender front. The loco can just as easily be driven manually on the regulator with the R/C switched out, steams well and runs very sweetly indeed. Under R/C it can easily be controlled and reversed for a spot of shunting or whatever. Price includes a Spektrum DX5 transmitter.||10mm||SOLD|
|RB523||Aster GWR Pannier Tank 0-6-0T. A nicely presented example finished in the plain GW green livery as No. 6752 with the 'shirtbutton' GWR roundel. Spirit fired, twin cylinders, slip eccentric valve gear etc. In excellent condition and running order (crank axle is firm). The model has been fitted in the past with a servo to the regulator for radio control and the mounting for this is visible in the cab. Servo and linkage now detached, but present and included with the loco. Complete with Aster box (poor) and assembly diagrams.||10mm||£1595|
|RB516||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||£3350|
|RB492||Aster BR Blue 'Duchess of Atholl'. Another top Aster collectible which was professionally kit-built by me for a customer and never steamed, although thoroughly air tested and been used for display purposes only. In perfect mint condition as you would expect - could easily be used for running purposes or display. I would be pleased to commission this one for steam running in the price if the new owner wished. Brief Specs:- Four cylinders, spirit-fired with working Walshaert's valve gear, axle and hand pumps in tender, pressurised lubricator etc. Finished in BR lined blue livery as 46231 'Duchess of Atholl'. Complete with original kit box, manuals and all accessories.||1:32||
|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|
|RB493||Aster SR Schools 'Winchester'. Where the Aster story all began - a totally mint example of this famed model which was factory assembled and is complete in original box carton with display track and instruction manual. Twin cylinders with Smithies-style boiler, blower and regulator valve, lubricator and fuel tank in tender. Never been steamed and therefore no scorch marks or other blemishes - perfect!||1:32||
|RB521||Accucraft Kerr Stuart 'Victory' 0-6-0T. The last of my new stock of these popular engines which are ideal starter models into G1. Finished in plain green GWR livery with GW Swindon safety valve bonnet. Gas-fired, piston valves, water level valve, filler valve, reversing lever, lubricator with drain, pressure gauge and regulator. Simple to manage and a powerful runner. Brand new in the box and only removed for photographs. Complete with all accessories, boiler and gas tank certificates and instructions. MRP £1275 - to clear Bargain £995||1:32||SOLD|
|RB524||Bowande BR 8F 2-8-0. Finished in plain BR black livery as No. 48305 with late BR crest on tender sides. Brief Specs: Gas-fired, twin cylinders, full working walshaerts valve gear, screw reverser in cab operated by supplied key, working whistle, axle pump, hand pump and gas tank in tender. Fully tested and in good working order. Supplied complete with all original tools, operating manual and a custom made wooden carry case.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB503||Aster BR Standard Class 5MT 73050 in Lined Black Livery. An original release example which has been kit-built to a high standard by an experienced builder. Appears to have had little or no use apart from test steaming and thus in excellent unmarked condition and perfect running order. Spirit-fired, fully working walshaerts valve gear, piston valves, cylinder drains, axle and hand pumps etc. Supplied with a cast dummy coal load in the tender and complete with quality wooden carry case.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB514||Stanier BR (ex LMS) 8F 2-8-0. A superbly engineered model, professionally built as one of a small batch about four years ago by Dave Tucker of Norfolk Model Works. Used about 3-4 times then stored, so effectively in new condition. Very well detailed and finished in plain BR black livery as No. 48393. Full specification includes spirit-fired boiler with good back-head detail, full working Walshaert's valve gear with screw reverser, working cylinder drains, axle and hand pumps, fully sprung chassis etc. Complete with builder's boiler cert. and housed in a S&M Models carry case with maker's brass plate. Fully serviced and tested and ready for some heavy hauling!||10mm||SOLD|
|RB517||LMS Garratt 2-6-0 + 0-6-2. An outstanding and rare coal-fired model of the impressive LMS Garratt mineral engine built by Barrett Engineering and one of only six examples known to have been produced. This one was supplied by me previously and has come back in much the same excellent condition. Numbered as No. 4998 and featuring the original style of high-sided open coal bunker which the prototype retained throughout its working life. Coal-fired, multitube loco boiler fitted with four working safety valves, regulator, blower and gauge glass. Both engine units feature slip-eccentric valve gear, working automatic cylinder drains, water bypass valves, displacement lubricators and axle driven water pumps with hand pump in rear bunker unit. Easy to fire and mange and supplied with a custom wooden carrying case, fire irons and pump handle. Both tank units can easily be removed for servicing and access to the smokebox and firebox for cleaning. The engine has a current G1MRA boiler cert. and needless to say is a prodigious heavy hauler!||10mm||SOLD|
|RB497||Aster GWR Castle Class 5080 'Defiant'. Originally a factory-built example in excellent running order, fully tested and recently serviced by me. Spirit-fired, four cylinders, all usual fittings including axle and hand pumps plus an oil pressurising valve. Finished in the fully lined GWR green livery as No. 5080 'Defiant'. Complete with a wooden carry case.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB519||Accucraft Welshpool & Llanfair Railway 'Countess' 0-6-0. A very clean example of these popular models which are no longer in production. Finished in GWR plain green livery as No. 823 'Countess'. Manually controlled and featuring gas-fired boiler, simplified Walshaerts valve gear with reversing lever in cab, regulator extension lever, water gauge, lubricator. Fitted with a water filling 'Goodhall' valve in cab and a Summerlands 'Chuffer' fitted to exhaust. Currently set to 45mm gauge but adjustable to 32mm. In very good condition and supplied in original manufacturers box with all paperwork and tools etc.||
|RB520||Accucraft GWR Prairie Tank 2-6-2T. A perfect example of this much sought after model in virtually mint condition. From the second series production and finished in plain GW livery as 6106 with GWR lettering to the tank sides. Gas-fired, twin cylinders, piston valves, water filling valve, water gauge, lubricator, regulator, reversing lever and gas tank/valve in cab. Complete with original factory box and instructions and current MES boiler certificate.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB491||Aster LNER Green A3 'Flying Scotsman'. Another very popular and collectible Aster model. This one is mint, factory assembled and unsteamed from new, being used for display purposes only. Complete with original factory box, manuals, accessories and display track. Brief Specs:- Three cylinders, slide valves with prototypical conjugated drive to middle engine, spirit-fired with working Walshaert's valve gear, pressurised lubricator, axle and hand pumps in tender, etc. I would be pleased to commission this one for steam running if the new owner wished within the price.||1:32||
|RB515||BR (ex SR) King Arthur Class 4-6-0. Another excellent and rare model built by highly regarded builder Graham Dixon, in 2015. Finished in BR lined green as No. 30740 'Merlin' and in excellent overall condition. Full specification includes spirit-fired 'C' type boiler, full working Walshaert's valve gear with screw reverser, working whistle, axle and hand pumps, fully sprung chassis etc. Complete with builder's and a G1MRA boiler cert. and housed in a S&M Models wooden carry case. Fully serviced and tested and runs superbly. Note: Graham Dixon is retiring so there will be no more like this - original builders cost was £6.5K.||10mm||SOLD|
|RB516||BR (ex SR) Lord Nelson Class 4-6-0. A further superb and rarely modelled loco from highly regarded builder Graham Dixon, built in 2011. Finished in BR lined green as No. 30859 'Lord Hood' and in excellent overall condition. Full specification includes spirit-fired 'C' type boiler, full working Walshaert's valve gear with screw reverser, axle and hand pumps, fully sprung chassis etc. Complete with G1MRA boiler cert. and housed in a custom wooden carry case. Fully serviced and tested and runs superbly. Note: Graham Dixon is retiring so there will be no more like this - original builders cost was £6.5K.||10mm||SOLD|
|RB494||Aster BR86 2-8-2 Tank Locomotive. In plain black livery as No. 86-005. Spirit-fired with the external vapourising style of burner. Outside slip-eccentric valve gear. Fitted with regulator, water gauge and pressure gauge. Water top up by trackside pump or by fitting an Enots style fitting to the existing connection for use with a water pump bottle. These are excellent running locomotives as one would expect from an Aster, simple and straightforward to operate. Complete with Aster manual.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB477||Aster SBB 3/5 Swiss Compound. A very rare and handsome meths-fired 4-6-0 steam loco in good condition which has four cylinders and fully working Walschaert's gear, water and pressure gauges, plus special A4-style tender water pump and handpump, also stainless steel loco wheels. Was said as a model to be so powerful as to be difficult to control, but this model runs very sweetly as a powerful straight four cylinder loco after adaption by professional engineer Roger Marsh.||1:32||
|RB505||BR A4 Gresley Pacific 60034 'Lord Faringdon'. A magnificent model professionally built by Graham Dixon and recently serviced and repainted by the builder into BR lined green livery as 60034 'Lord Faringdon'. Brief Specs:- Spirit-fired boiler, three cylinders with working Walschaerts valve gear and prototypical Gresley/Holcroft conjugated drive to the middle cylinder. Axle pump, hand pump and bypass in tender, water gauge and working whistle etc. A powerful and impressive track performer in immaculate condition, complete with boiler cert. and a custom made wooden carry case.||10mm||SOLD|
|RB485||GWR Castle Class 'Great Western' by Barrett Eng. Factory-built by Barrett Eng. and not available for some years now, this model is finished as 7007 'Great Western' in lined green GWR livery. In fair condition for age (1996) and runs really well. Brief Specs:- Spirit-fired, twin cylinders with slip-eccentric valve gear, boiler blow-down valve, regulator and blower etc. axle driven pump and hand pump in tender. Full boiler history/certs. Supplied in wooden carry case.||10mm||SOLD|
|G1 Electric Models|
|RB507||Finescale Brass/San Cheng LMS/BR 'Black Five' 4-6-0. A mint example of the favoured separate top feed boiler version of these popular models, now long out of production. In plain black livery at present, so could be finished in any LMS or BR livery version to suit. In perfect cosmetic condition with no marks or blemishes. Fitted with the excellent Fosworks TX2.1 digital battery radio control system (with separate inertia control) and ready to run.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB511||Bachmann/San Cheng Hunslet Austerity Tank 0-6-0. A rare unpainted original sample of this popular model, now long out of production. This is the favoured low bunker version as represented by countless full-size examples in preservation. For 12-18V DC two rail operation, but R/C battery kits are available from Fosworks and others. This particular example was used for review and testing purposes only, so is still in 'as new' condition.||1:32||SOLD|
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|RB508||Tower Brass/San Cheng GW/BR 'B' Set. diagram E147. A 'B' Set pair finished in plain BR maroon with basic lining out. Highly detailed brass bodied construction with free running bogie wheelsets with ball-race bearings.||1:32||SOLD|
|RB502||Set of six LNER Teak Gresley Suburban Non-Corridor Coaches. An interesting set which makes up into a useful 'cross country' or suburban LNER train. Set comprises 2141 Brake 3rd with working tail light, 2591 All 3rd., 48076 LAV 1st/3rd Comp., 63290 LAV 1st/3rd Comp (to diagram 50), 2199 Full Brake, 6768 Full Brake. The first three listed were built by the late Fred Newman and improved by John Judson. 63290 and 2199 were built recently from KA Laser kits to a high standard and are in new condition. 6768 builder unknown, but is very well made and finished. All are in good running order - Collection only due to size and weight.||10mm||SOLD|
Updated 25th May 2020
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