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  1. Gauge 1 (45mm) - NSWGR 3830 Non Streamline

    Gauge 1 (45mm) - NSWGR 3830 Non Streamline

    $4,749.00

    The NSWGR 3830 non streamline was a class of steam locomotive built between 1943 and 1949 for the New South Wales Government Railways. We have on offer the butane fired, gauge 1 (45mm) live steam locomotive which is produced in a beautiful level of detail. These locomotives are in stock and available for immediate delivery!

    Available livery

    Available in green livery

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  2. Britannia Live Steam

    Gauge 3 (63.5mm) - Britannia Class

    $8,549.00

    The Britannia Class or Standard Class 7 as it is widely known, was a a class of 4-6-2 Pacific steam locomotive. This brilliant Gauge 3, fully functioning live steam locomotive can now be part of your collection and is available in green abd black British Railways livery. This steam engine arrives fully operational and ready to enjoy. It is also the revised model with the injector for improved ease of use!

    Ask us about lead time

    We may not have your exact model in stock or stock may be in transit, contact us for information prior to ordering.

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  3. Gauge 1 (45mm) - 14xx Live Steam Locomotive

    Gauge 1 (45mm) - 14xx Live Steam Locomotive

    $3,790.00

    An essential addition to your gauge 1 collection

    The 4800 class which later became known as the 1400 class. A beautiful train to look at, they could be found away from most main rail lines trundling along in the Western Regions. The 1400 class was built for push-pull work as they could be driven from either end when combined with an autocoach and this meant faster turnaround times at terminal stations.

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  4. Gauge 3 British Coronation

    Gauge 3 (63.5mm) - British Coronation

    $8,599.00

    A highly elaborate and finely detailed locomotive. The British Coronation locomotive in Gauge 3 is a butane gas fired live steam locomotive at 1:22.6 scale. Manufactured from a combination of brass and stainless steel. Our LMS Coronation Class is the streamlined version which looks very impressive in the flesh.

    Available livery

    We offer blue and burgundy livery.

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  5. Gauge 1 8F Live Steam

    Gauge 1 (45mm) - British 8F Locomotive

    $4,099.00

    The first Class 8F steam locomotive has the road number of 8000, is made by UK LMS company in June.1935 which mainly for transporting goods.

    Available livery

    48773 Black Color
    48305 Black Color
    48151 Black Color
    8624 Red Color

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  6. 7.25" B1 Thompson Class

    7.25" Gauge Thompson Class B1

    $38,990.00

    We can finally unveil the 7.25" Gauge, Thompson Class B1. Not only do we have this brilliant locomotive in LNER Green but we also have rare British Railways Black.

    The LNER Thompson Class B1 was the workhorse of its day. Designed by Edward Thompson, it was meant to be a cheap, wartime locomotive that would help get Britain back on its feet. The train soon became iconic throughout post-war Britain with more than 410 being completed in total since the first in 1942.

    Built to a commercial standard

    This loco is built to withstand commercial use in parks and clubs or for the garden rail enthusiast and comes with a built in, fully painted and lined passenger car so you can actually ride and drive this coal fired beauty.

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  7. 5" 14xx Green

    5" Gauge 1466 Class GWR Green Locomotive

    $9,499.00

    Act Quickly

    The 5" Gauge 14xx is no longer being produced and we have the last two models left in the world. Secure yours now by placing your order online or CONTACT US to place a holding deposit on one of the last two models.

    We have 1 BLACK British Railways and 1 GREEN GWR Available and when those models are gone there will be no more produced.

    The 4800 class which later became known as the 1400 class. A beautiful train to look at, they could be found away from most main rail lines trundling along in the Western Regions. The 1400 class was built for push-pull work as they could be driven from either end when combined with an autocoach and this meant faster turnaround times at terminal stations.

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