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Class 02 Diesel Shunter
Starter Kit

Built 1960 by Yorkshire Engine Company. 20 locomotives built to replace Lancashire and Yorkshire Pugs. Numbered D2850 to D2869. Later became Class 02. In 1969 most of Class sold to industry with D2860 going to York Museum. Several of the class are now preserved.

TCB 1 Kit £250.00

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TC2 Streamlined Coronation 4-6-2

Rivalry between the L.M.S. and L.N.E.R. railways resulted in Gresley producing the streamlined A4. To counter this Sir William Stanier introduced the Streamlined Coronation (or Duchess) class. The first five were produced in Caledonian blue with silver stripes to run with similiar liveried coaches. (See sidelines coaches website.) later batches of Streamliners were produced in standard maroon livery with gilt stripes to match standard coaching stock livery. In 1937 6220 Coronation held the world speed record of 114 m.p.h. By the end of World War Two all Streamliners had been de-streamlined to reduce maintenance time.

(See kit TCB5)

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TCB 2 Kit £595.00

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Andrew Barclay 0-4-0 Saddle Tank Starter Kit

Andrew Barclay 14 inch cyclinder 0-4-0 Saddle Tank


A range of outwardly similiar 0-4-0 saddle tanks with a choice of 12, 14, 16 or 18 inch cylinder were built from around the time of the First World War up until the 1960's. Due to the varied use of these locomotives you can paint the body in virtually any colour you choose. The National Coal Board service were black and have one preserved in such a livery.

TCB 3 Kit £250.00

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L.M.S. / B.R.
Non-Streamlined Duchess

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Some of the Coronation, or Duchess Class were built as Non-Streamlined locomotives. This kit depicts the Duchess of Atholl / Montrose / Sutherland / Abercorn in L.M.S. days or the last three in B.R. days. The Duchess of Sutherland is now preserved and the kit will build this locomotive in either service or preserved state.

TCB 4 Kit £595.00

 

De-Streamlined Duchess

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The twenty four original streamlined Coronation class locomotives were de-streamlined during or immediately after the end of the Second World War. This saved considerable amounts of maintenance time and also reduced the weight by two tons. This kit represents the Class in late L.M.S. or B.R. days until withdrawal. It depicts the locomotive with restored smoke box and cut back streamlined tender to make 46220-9 and 46235-48.

TCB 5 Kit £595.00

 

L.M.S. / B.R. Sir William Stanier F.R.S. / City of Salford

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L.M.S. / B.R.This kit covers the very last two Duchesses built. Sir William Stanier F.R.S. 46256 / City of Salford 46255

TCB 6 Kit £595.00

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L.M.S. / B.R. Black Five with welded tender

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Built as a multiple purpose engine for the L.M.S. railway and designed by Sir William Stanier. A total of 842 locomotives were built between 1934 and 1951 by five different builders. This model depicts the batch built by Armstrong Whitworth and numbered in the series 5225-5451 and fitted with the long firebox. A total of 226 locomotives were built by Whitworths making it the largest single order for virtually identical steam locomotives ever placed in the United Kingdom. Most, but not all, originally built with welded tenders but many were exchanged for riveted tenders in later years The last of the class were withdrawn in 1968. The model here is as built with the welded tender, kit TC8 depicts it with the rivetted tender.

TCB 7 Kit £595.00

 

L.M.S. / B.R. Black Five with riveted tender

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Built as a multiple purpose engine for the L.M.S. railway and designed by Sir William Stanier. A total of 842 locomotives were built between 1934 and 1951 by five different builders. This model depicts the batch built by Armstrong Whitworth and numbered in the series 5225-5451 and fitted with the long firebox. A total of 226 locomotives were built by Whitworths making it the largest single order for virtually identical steam locomotives ever placed in the United Kingdom. Most, but not all, originally built with welded tenders but many were exchanged for riveted tenders in later years The last of the class were withdrawn in 1968. The model here is as built with the riveted tender, kit TCB 7 depicts it with the welded tender.

TCB 8 Kit £595.00

 

English Electric Type 1 / Class 20 Diesel

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TCB 9 Kit £475.00

Built as part of the B.R. modernisation program a total of 228 locomotives were built between 1955 and 1968. This kit builds a Class 20 with either folding disc deadcodes or a single centre box headcode. It features fluted equalising beams and patch on cab ends. Both oval and round buffers are supplied. This will enable the modeller to produce D8000-19, D8128-99 and D8300-27. Some of this class are still in service today, almost 50 years after being introduced. Several examples are also preserved.

 

Scottish Type 1 / Class 20 Diesel

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TCB 10 Kit £475.00

Basic details as kit TCB 9 but depicting the batch of locomotives numbered D8028-34. These differed from the standard Class 20 in having the deeper side cab windows to allow for tablet catching apparatus. Snow plough brackets were fitted and there were differences in the buffer beam arrangement.

 
 
 

LMS/LNER/WD/BR Stanier 8F 2-8-0 with welded tender

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Designed by Sir William A Stanier and introduced in 1935 for heavy freight and occasional passenger work. Final LMS stock totalled 666 locomotives. The last of the class being withdrawn in 1968. Three preserved examples exist today. Kit features: Etched tender sides, Cab, Valvegear, Chassis. Cast three piece Boiler/Smokebox/Firebox. This kit covers locomotives 8301-8399 (99 locomotives.), 8430-8479 (50 locomotives), 8490-8495 (6 locomotives), 8600-8729 (130 locomotives) plus 48775. This totals 286 locomotives.

TCB 13 Kit £595.00

 

LMS/WD/BR Stanier 8F
2-8-0 with
riveted tender

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Designed by Sir William A Stanier and introduced in 1935 for heavy freight and occasional passenger work. Final LMS stock totalled 666 locomotives. The last of the class being withdrawn in 1968. Three preserved examples exist today. Kit features: Etched tender sides, Cab, Valvegear, Chassis. Cast three piece Boiler/Smokebox/Firebox. This kit covers locomotives 8301-8399 (99 locomotives.), 8430-8479 (50 locomotives), 8490-8495 (6 locomotives), 8600-8729 (130 locomotives) plus 48775. This totals 286 locomotives.

TCB 14 Kit £595.00

 
 

L.M.S. / B.R. Duchess depicted with a sloping smokebox

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TCB 16 Kit £595.00

 Latest addition to the range is a L.M.S. / B.R. Duchess depicted with a sloping smokebox. The kit covers locomotives 6220-6229 and 6235 to 6248 during a period of their lives when they were known as "Semi's". Although some locomotives were rebuilt fairly quickly some survived until withdrawal in this form.