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7.25” gauge A3 “Flying Scotsman” 4-6-2 Gresley pacific.


This superb example of Gresley’s Art Decco design has been the pride of my collection for some years. I bought it off the widow of the model engineer who built it. The Flying Scotsman Society were vying to buy it at the time to use for Commercial Display as a means of raising new members but, fortunately for me, at the time the Society was experiencing cash flow problems and needed to delay the purchase.However the widow’s downsizing to a smaller property was imminent and so decided to sell it to me, though she did say her late husband always wanted it to move to the Flying Scotsman Society but she could not afford to let it go cheaply.

The model was run only once on completion at the owner’s club track to get its full boiler certificate and to prove it was a good runner. He then returned home and stripped it down completely painting it to a superb finish in Doncaster Green (apple green) and then had it on display indoors, just as I have done.

The model has just returned from the boiler inspector’s workshop where it has a very thorough examination and clean and then given its boiler hydraulic test and to get its steam certificate it ran on the rolling road and so currently has a full boiler certificate that expires Hydraulic June 2022, Steam Aug 2019.

The silver soldered copper boiler was initially built and tested in 1992 and I have the Northern Assoc. of Model Engineers certificate and the boiler is code stamped -

N51-100-050.

What makes this model unique and so detailed is that it was built to the drawings of Don Young, the highly respected model engineer draughtsman,who in his earlier years served his time as an apprentice working on the repair of the A3’s at Doncaster Works.

Don’s drawings were in 5” gauge, but the builder of this model rescaled the drawings to 7.25” gauge.

Measurements : 106” long (almost 9 feet); Loco 68” long, 14” wide, 22” high. Tender 36” long, 14” wide, 20” high.

Price - £65,000 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £59,000






















5” gauge Pacific LMS “Duchess of Sutherland”,
Fine Standard quality.


This is my “Dream Machine” that I am selling from my personal collection.

The most eye catching model imaginable - a Work of Art.

I bought it from the engineer builder, since when it had been on display on a stand in my Study. It has also deputised as my website logo.

The John Ellis silver soldered copper boiler is professionally built and comes with the various certificates.

The model has now been to the boiler inspector for a full inspection and examination and ran in steam on the rolling road and has a full boiler certificate.

She has twin injectors, tender handpump, the most superb cab layout, etc.

Measurements : 79” long, 10” wide, 15” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic May 2022, Steam July 2019.

NOW SOLD




















5” gauge GWR 4 cylinder King John 4-6-0,
New Build, very good runner.


This new build 4 cylinder King John, was built by a highly qualified professional engineer, with a life time of experience behind him.

He has built this superb model with some interesting features of his own. For example, he made the calculated decision that for a boiler and firebox of this size with its enormous capacity to generate steam, that a single safety valve is not best practice. (I know what he means because currently I am selling my 5” gauge Duchess of Sutherland and that has FOUR safety valves, though the boiler is slightly bigger). Therefore he installed a second safety valve in the position where the twin whistles are usually located. It could be possible to secure a set of dummy whistles in front of the safety valve to make it less conspicuous - though personally I would be more than happy with it - makes it unique.

He has run the blower steam pipe, lagged, along the offside of the boiler to look like the Vacuum Exhaust pipe as on the full size loco, and adjacent to the smokebox he has provided an on/off valve. This because beneath the running board there is a connection for a compressed air line to operate the blower when firing the engine from cold. Some clubs do have this facility. So once the loco has sufficient steam pressure to supply the blower the valve would be opened to steam only.

The loco has an injector, axle pump, tender handpump (with push fit connector between loco and tender), twin mechanical cylinder lubricators run off the rocking shafts, tender handbrake, etc.

In steam on the rolling road she performed extremely well, displaying perfect valve settings, etc, - A Reliable Runner written all over it. As one would expect from such a model builder.

Measurements : 74” long, 10” wide, 15” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic April 2022, Steam June 2019.

Price - £8,990 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £7,950






















Very Rare 5” gauge V twin cyl. Heisler,
exhibition standard. Full boiler certificate.


This is an absolutely stunning model of the US built logging and quarry locomotive. Built to the highest possible standards and perfect for the connoisseur to either run or have on display. It comes with the highly detailed book on how to build the twin V engine with its propshaft drive to both bogies.

It has been in my collection for some years but now it has been to the boiler inspector where he had it running in steam on the rolling road in the process of issuing it with a boiler certificate. After which it went for a complete strip down and a first class paint job and all brass and copper has been lacquered so easily kept clean.

It has an eccentric driven boiler water pump, tender handpump, brake coupled to both bogies and operated by the large lever on the left handside of the cab.

Measurements : 38” long, 10” wide, 14” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic April 2022, Steam June 2019.

Price - £15,950 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £12,950






















3.5” gauge LNWR 3 cylinder Compound 2-2-2 Pacific.
Full boiler certificate.


This is another superb model from my collection and one for the connoisseur though the photographs fail to do it full justice. It needs to be seen to appreciate the intricate workmanship.

The builder, now deceased, was a senior Whitehall civil servant and was a Master model engineer in 3.5” gauge. He built 12 models and had them running on his garden railway and kept a log of all their running times. His main love was the early LNWR locomotives.

This model does correctly revert to running as a compound once it has initially got started off on Simple Steam and it runs extremely well - with an interesting exhaust beat. The inside cylinder is the large compound cylinder.

The interesting point about these locomotives in the full size was that when starting a train the two sets of driving wheels could spin in opposite directions. The one set of wheels were on Slip Eccentric while the valve gear of the other set was set and changed manually from the driving cab. Later locomotives had the two driving wheels joined with a Coupling Rod.

It has an injector, tender handpump, large mechanical cylinder lubricator, an intricate system of cylinder drain cocks, etc.

Measurements : 39” long, 7” wide, 10” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic May 2022, Steam July 2019.

Price - £9,950 part exchange very welcome.






















2” scale Burrell Gold Star Traction engine,
Superb quality with Pro. boiler


This fine model has been in my personal collection for some years - it had only ever been run on compressed air. Now it has been to the boiler inspector and has a full boiler certificate.

The traction engine has a silver soldered copper boiler built by Western Steam.

She comes with twin vertical injectors, handbrake, mechanical cylinder lubricator, stump puller cable, tool box, belly tank, etc.

Measurements : 29” long, 12” wide, 20” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic June 2022, Steam August 2019.

Price - £6,750 part exchange very welcome.
























5” gauge BR 1500 Class 0-6-0 Speedy.


This is a good example of the ever popular Speedy, built by BR-W Region for hauling trains of empty carriages out of Paddington Station.

With her outside valve gear she is easy to maintain if things need attention.

She has been well maintained and though having been stored away for the last two years the owner gave her motions a thorough coat of heavy grease, some of which still needs removing.

Earlier she had an extremely good paint job done with superb lining out BUT there is a slight issue on the boiler top panel between the smokebox and dome. See photograph 12. I suspect she was fired too early not allowing the paint to fully cure thus causing slight blistering which the next owner should be able to repair.

She has an injector, axle pump, rear tank handpump, mechanical cylinder lubricator, steam brake, handbrake, safety chain on rear coupling point, etc.

Though the current boiler certificate has a few weeks left to run I have sent her to my boiler inspector’s workshop for a fully updated certificate.

Measurements : 35” long, 9” wide, 14” high.

Boiler certificate expires : renewal pending.

Price - £4,950 part exchange very welcome.






















3.5” gauge GNR Atlantic 4-4-2 Maisie
(Swiss watch class).


Maisie models have been very popular over the years. The wide “over the frames” firebox means you have an enormous fire and so never short of steam, excellent for beginners and old hands alike. And their range of power has also been an asset.

It is extremely rare that I use the term “runs like a Swiss watch” but in this case it really is true. She has been around a bit but I have found over the years that when a model is originally built to such a high spec of machining as this one they run continuously at this same level for the rest of their useful life. The boiler, etc, may wear out but not the highly machined motions.

She has been to the workshop where she performed most elegantly and now has a full boiler certificate.

The paintwork has been touched up over the years and it would benefit aesthetically from a repaint.

She has an injector, axle pump, tender hand pump, mechanical cylinder lubricator, etc.

Comes with excellent storage / carrying cases shown in photograph 10.

Measurements : 45” long, 7” wide, 10” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic June 2020, Steam Aug 2019.

Price - £2,950 part exchange very welcome.






















1.5” scale Exhibition winner,
Allchin Royal Chester traction engine.


The finest example of the Royal Chester I have ever seen. When I first saw it I recognised the engineering was something exceptional, and then I was told by the builder that it won the Silver Medal at Olympia and he passed the certificate onto me, when I bought the superb display cased model.

For some years I have had it on display indoors and several model engineers building the Allchin have visited to take photographs. Admiring it as much as I do - the most delicate lines in the correct livery are all painted by hand.

The closer you look the more detail you will find, even down to drain cocks beneath the slide bars, a tiny working displacement cylinder lubricator on top of the steamchest, etc. etc.

Now I have decided to sell my entire collection it is time for someone else to have the pleasure of being its custodian. I have had it boiler tested by a commercial boiler inspector after which the model was thoroughly cleaned.

Measurements : 26” long, 11” wide, 16” high and rear wheel diameter 9”.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic April 2022, Steam June 2019.

Door to door courier available if required.

Price - £9,950 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £8,950






















3.5” gauge 0-6-0 Derby Class 4,
Midland freight locomotive.


This is an excellent and quite rare example of the Derby Class 4 Freight locomotive. Built to a very good standard, to the drawings of Don Young - the draughtsman highly regarded for his attention to detail. See especially the cab layout.

She has an injector, tender handpump, mechanical cylinder lubricator, coal tray to fit into the tender, tender handbrake, dummy stand boxes, etc.

Measurements : 42” long, 7” wide, 11” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic April 2022, Steam June 2019.

Price - £3,450 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £2,950


















3.5” gauge 0-4-0 GER Steam Tram,
very rare, full boiler cert.


Another fine model from my own personal collection. This is the only example of the GER Steam tram I have seen in 3.5” gauge, to LBSC’s design, yet it is featured in the book Building Tich. The boiler is the same as used in Tich with a working pressure of 80psi.

She has an axle pump, tank handpump, mechanical lubricator, dummy whistle and bell, cow catchers, etc.

The rear panel is removable as shown in the last photograph, to give access to the smokebox and cylinder lubricator.

The brown colour in the first two photographs is the closest to the actual colour of the model.

Measurements : 16” long, 7” wide, 10” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic Nov 2021, Steam Jan 2019.

Price - £3,450 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £2,950


















5” gauge BR Pacific Britannia,
superb cab layout.


A very detailed model built to a very high standard.

She has twin injectors, tender handpump, mechanical lubricator, dummy sandpipes and speedometer, etc.

Please note, the darkest green is closest to the model’s colour. The light, when these photos were taken, was so variable I was having difficulty getting the correct focus.

Measurements : 77” long, 10” wide, 14” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic April 2022, Steam June 2019.

NOW SOLD





















5” gauge Metro 4-4-4 Tank engine,
a fabulous model and unique.


I am not aware of any other model of these beautifully proportioned locomotives based on the locomotives built by Kerr Stuart at London and Stoke (see plaque on smokebox saddle). It is a master class in external design - though I do wonder how they managed to get effective adhesion with so much of the weight carried on the two bogies.

The engineering is faultless. I’ve had it on display for many years.

A very special feature, and new to me, is the crank pump worked through inside Stephensons link motion. On the footplate floor is a brass plaque with a pointer showing from 1 to 4. Turning the adjacent handle gives a variable flow of the water from nil, to fully open. The bypass, when closed, does not return water to the tank in the normal fashion, it justs stops pumping, like valve gear in mid position.

She has a crank pump, handpump, extremely large mechanical cylinder, lubricator, etc.

Comes with display track.

Measurements : 45” long, 10” wide, 16” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic April 2022, Steam June 2019.

Price - £14,950 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £11,950






















5” gauge Mogul 2-6-0 Tender engine, Polly 6


A good example of the very reliable runner, Polly 6. Tender engine.

Ideal for the beginner as they are so easy to fire on the move. This one has a very novel idea. A large magnet in the tender coal box holds the fire irons - which it comes with - secure on the move.

Larger than most 5” gauge Moguls and has plenty of power.

She has an injector, axle pump, tender hand pump, mechanical cylinder lubricator, etc.

Silver soldered copper boiler built by Priory Boilers.

Measurements : 58” long, 11” wide, 14” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic Aug 2020, Steam Oct 2018.

Price - £5,950 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £4,950






















5” gauge BR Standard class 4 tank locomotive.


A wonderful piece of high quality model engineering. Built by a highly talented and experienced engineer to the drawings of Doug Hewson. In fact Doug Hewson used photographs of this locomotive on his advertising literature and website.

I have had it on display in my personal collection since the day I bought it from him.

The builder also contructed the boiler.

The model comes with 25 photographs taken at various stages of its build, Doug Hewson Drawings, every bill and receipt for purchases made. It also comes with the display track shown in the photographs.

She has twin injectors, mechanical lubricator. She has now been to the boiler inspector and performed well in steam on the rolling road.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic June 2022, Steam Aug 2019.

Measurements : 48” long, 9” wide, 14” high.

Price - £16,950 (April 2018).

Summer Sale Price £14,950
























5” gauge Metropolitan Railway London
Underground Steam Locomotive.


A rare and fine example of this underground steam locomotive built exclusively for the early years of running on the London Underground.

This model is from my own personal collection.

The steam condenser looks highly interesting, but it is only a dummy.

She is a 4-4-0 with an axle pump and handpump, mechanical lubricator and in excellent running order.

Measurements : 35” long, 9.5” wide, 14” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic April 2022, Steam June 2019.

Price - £14,950 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £11,950


























3.5” gauge American 4-8-4 with 12 wheel,
with SIT ON tender.


This is another model from own personal collection and I must begin by saying that the mechanical engineering is of an especially fine quality - the builder was an artist with metal. He built it and named it after his late wife, quite rare behaviour in my experience. He ran it occassionaly in his back garden but his main pleasure had been in building it. In spite of the very long tender he found it easy to fire and drive sitting on the comfortable seat over the rear bogie with the removable foot rests positioned adjacent to the front tender buffer beam.

She will negotiate tight bends having a fixed wheel base short than that of a 9f.

With its large size it is virtually a 5” gauge loco on 3.5” axles.

She has twin injectors, tender handpump, mechanical cylinder lubricator, etc. She comes with a set of stout lifting handles that fix into the front and rear buffer beams so that two men can quite easily lift the model.

Set of fire irons are with it also.

Measurements : Total length 76”. Loco 44” long, 9” wide, 13” high. Tender 32” long, 9” wide.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic April 2022, Steam June 2019.

Price - £7,450 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £6,950


























3.5” gauge Shay logging engine, extremely rare. Finest quality.


This model is from own personal collection. Previously it was bought from the builder who ran it regularly at his club track.

It has recently been completely stripped down, however, before which she went to the boiler inspector's workshop for a thorough examination and boiler test. Was then repainted and finally several coats of lacquer to protect the finish of the brass and copper.

She was entered in the 62nd International Modelling Exhibition at Olympia, 1993, where she won a Certificate of Merit (Commended) - she comes with the certificate.

She has an injector, tender handpump, mechanical cylinder lubricator. The connecting rods to the “geared” twin bogies are telescopic.

Measurements : 28” long, 7” wide, 11” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic April 2022, Steam June 2019.

Price - £14,950 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £11,950
























3.5” gauge, BR Crosti Boiler 9F – the only one ever built, 100% unique.


This is an extremely superb example of model engineering at its very best, from my own personal collection, the 3.5”gauge Crosti Boiler 9F. It had been run quite regularly at the builder’s club, but when I bought it from him, the boiler certificate had recently expired. As I had no intention of ever running it in steam, it went to my mates paintshop. Where it was completely stripped down and repainted and then remained on display in my study.

The Crosti boiler locos were a group of ten 9F’s built with the pre heater boiler water to an Italian patent. It has two boilers, two smokeboxes, two chimneys, twin injectors, tender handpump, steam brake, twin mechanical cylinder lubricators, etc, etc.

They were never a success, a major problem being the secondary used exhaust merely floated from the rear chimney frequently blocking the driver’s vision. They then installed the smoke deflector but this did not completely remove the problem. Eventually, as there were no significant coal savings, they were all taken to Crewe Works where they were converted to normal steam locomotives and downgraded to 8F.

I was the fireman on one of them from Stoke to Crewe Works and as we made our way slowly through the busy confines of Crewe Goods sidings the signalman suddenly rushed to his balcony waving furiously a red flag at us. He came down his steps “I’ve never seen one of these before-they are strange aren’t they, can I come up and have a look at the cab?”. Most Crewe railway workers were railway enthusiasts regardless of their role. The Crosti locos worked exclusively hauling trains of coal from the Midlands coalfields.

It comes with full boiler history, and the articles that the builder supplied to Model Engineer magazine throughout its long building programme.

Measurements : 54” long, 7” wide, 11” high.

Price - £14,950 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £11,950






















3.5” gauge, Stanier LMS tank 2-6-4, Jubilee.
New Build.


A really excellent example of the powerful and popular 3.5” gauge. Stanier tank locomotive in LMS livery.

Newly built by a very experienced model engineer.

The model has only been steamed three times and virtually still as new and has especially nice detail.

She has an injector, axle pump, mechanical cylinder lubricator, automatic cylinder drain cocks, etc.

Note : I sold this locomotive not long ago, but it is now back for sale, as the buyer has moved up to 5” gauge.

Measurements : 36” long, 7.5” wide, 11” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic Oct 2019, Steam Oct 2017

Price - £3,950 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £2,950




















5” gauge 0-6-0 Terrier Tank locomotive “Boxhill”.


Another stunning model from own personal collection. This locomotive has only ever been on display and never steamed but it has just passed its Hydraulic boiler test. The boiler certificate expires, November 2021 and she runs very well on compressed air.

All the lining out has been done by hand and the extraordinary livery is “dead right”.

She has an axle pump, sidetank handpump, mechanical cylinder lubricator, handbrake, correct wooden brake blocks, etc.

Measurements : 28” long, 8” wide, 13” high.

NOW SOLD


















3.5” gauge BR Britannia, ”Sir Christopher Wren” 70039.


A really beautiful example of the pacific BR 4-6-2 Britannia and built to an excellent standard by an experienced model engineer. Such examples are getting very rare nowadays understandably as the days of “Fed, Shed, and Bed” are a thing of the past. When LBSC first provided the set of drawings for the Britannia there was no TV, no private cars and in the main only cold overcrowded small houses, so few temptations there.

In 3.5” gauge this model is almost down to Swiss watch engineering and can take very many years to complete and endless patience as the scrap box steadily fills up. In my opinion such models are greatly undervalued and could be the investors choice for the future.

This model has the white cab roof that she had at Norwich Shed where they carried on the tradition of the Great Eastern.

Also, please note, she has the offside tender logo looking backwards - this is correct because when BR initially contracted the Institution for the logo they mistakenly thought they had ordered a “pair” – not so! The wrangling went on for some time before finally BR agreed to pay for the second logo to make a pair of forward looking logos.

She has twin crankshaft boiler water pumps, injector, tender handpump, mechanical lubricator, handbrake, etc. and comes with a wooden carrying case / box.

Note : I sold this locomotive not long ago, but it is now back for sale, as the buyer has moved up to 5” gauge.

Measurements : 54” long, with driving wheel diameter 4.6”.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic Nov 2021, Steam Jan 2019.

Price - £6,450 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £4,450


















Extremely Rare collectors ¾” scale Davey Paxman 7nhp traction engine, to Greenly's drawings.


This fine quality build model is from my own collection. I bought it very very many years ago and immediately had it in steam briefly just to prove it would hold the pressure and run which it did.

I have recently had my friend, the “Super” painter give it one of his special paint finishes, complete with a lacquered finish.

Now at museum standard again and so rare I have only ever heard of one more.

It was built in 1941, according to the brass plaque on the cylinder block, by A. Stubley of Nottingham.

She has a crankshaft pump, mechanical cylinder lubricator, stump puller cable, etc.

Measurements : 17” long, 11” wide, 12” high. Rear wheel diameter 6”.

Price - £5,250 part exchange very welcome.

Summer Sale Price £4,250






















5” gauge 3 cyl. Royal Scot “North Staffordshire Regiment”. Very powerful.


A quite rare and very good example of the Stanier rebuild 3 cylinder Royal Scot class locomotive. As an engine driver at Aston these were my favourite express loco, far superior to the Britannias though both were Classed as 7P. I never drove the Duchesses though I did fire them - they were very special.

I have an emotional bond with the North Staffordshire Regiment because when called up to do my National Service with six of my Engine Cleaner mates at Stoke shed, they went to serve in the North Staffs. while I went into the Royal Military Police. I served in the Suez Campaign and then the Cypriot EOKA terrorist problems. However, one of the regiments also involved in both events was the South Staffordshire Regiment and unbeknown to me my cleaner mates had been transferred to the South Staffs and had seen me in my role as personal bodyguard to the Brigadier driving around in his flag car - yes they even had to salute the flag car. So when demob came and I shipped home in the troop ship they were ready and waiting to greet me - what a wonderful surprise.

I had to do police duties on the ship’s return to Liverpool, making sure, for one thing, that all non-commissioned ranks right upto RSM’s, vacated their families’ cabin before 9pm each night - not so the officers. The British Social Class distinctions were then still rigidly inforce - to my complete hatred. To this day I can get the whiff of the “ancient” hierarchy that still expects us to accept and conform to the servile and inferior role our “betters” label us.

The fact that “they” had got us, by corrupt trickery with the French and the Jews, to fight in Egypt is never mentioned today. Thank goodness the US government under Eisenhower “ordered” us out double quick - though we didn’t “all” come home. It did split the nation, the Labour Party calling large anti war demonstrations, and for a time the officer class were worried. Holding political lectures for us , trying to lay down the Party Line the Queen’s soldiers were to follow. Only I was having non of it and spoke militantly against them - Britain had effectively stolen the Suez Canal from the Egyptians. We were the Imperialist conquerors and we decided what and who was right or wrong.

This model is extremely powerful due to having 120psi working pressure. To make sure it puts all this power into effective adhesion the builder incorporated a generous amount of lead between the frames. This increased weight rules out even the slightest hint of wheel spin making it an excellent load puller on the busiest of public open days.

She has twin injectors, each with a secondary Check Valve, tender handpump, displacement cylinder lubricator, set of long handled firing irons, etc.

Measurements : 72” long, 10” wide, 14” high.

Boiler certificate expires : Hydraulic March 2022, Steam May 2019.

NOW SOLD












Stock Summary
3.5" gauge VIEW 3.5” gauge LNWR 3 cylinder Compound 2-2-2 Pacific. Full boiler certificate.
VIEW 3.5” gauge GNR Atlantic 4-4-2 Maisie (Swiss watch class).
VIEW 3.5” gauge 0-6-0 Derby Class 4, Midland freight locomotive.
SALE

VIEW 3.5” gauge 0-4-0 GER Steam Tram, very rare, full boiler cert.
SALE

VIEW 3.5” gauge American 4-8-4 with 12 wheel, with SIT ON tender.
SALE

VIEW 3.5” gauge Shay logging engine, extremely rare. Finest quality.
SALE

VIEW 3.5” gauge, BR Crosti Boiler 9F – the only one ever built, 100% unique.
SALE

VIEW 3.5” gauge, Stanier LMS tank 2-6-4, Jubilee. New Build.
SALE

VIEW 3.5” gauge BR Britannia, ”Sir Christopher Wren” 70039.
SALE

5" gauge VIEW 5” gauge Pacific LMS “Duchess of Sutherland”, Fine Standard quality.
SOLD

VIEW 5” gauge GWR 4 cylinder King John 4-6-0, New Build, very good runner.
SALE

VIEW Very Rare 5” gauge V twin cyl. Heisler, exhibition standard. Full boiler certificate.
SALE

VIEW 5” gauge BR 1500 Class 0-6-0 Speedy.
VIEW 5” gauge BR Pacific Britannia, superb cab layout.
SOLD

VIEW 5” gauge Metro 4-4-4 Tank engine, a fabulous model and unique.
SALE

VIEW 5” gauge Mogul 2-6-0 Tender engine, Polly 6
SALE

VIEW 5” gauge BR Standard class 4 tank locomotive.
SALE

VIEW 5” gauge Metropolitan Railway London Underground Steam Locomotive.
SALE

VIEW 5” gauge 0-6-0 Terrier Tank locomotive “Boxhill”.
SOLD

VIEW 5” gauge 3 cyl. Royal Scot “North Staffordshire Regiment”. Very powerful.
SOLD

Traction
Engines
VIEW 2” scale Burrell Gold Star Traction engine, Superb quality with Pro. boiler
VIEW 1.5” scale Exhibition winner, Allchin Royal Chester traction engine.
SALE

VIEW Extremely Rare collectors ¾” scale Davey Paxman 7nhp traction engine, to Greenly's drawings.
SALE

7.25" gauge VIEW 7.25” gauge A3 “Flying Scotsman” 4-6-2 Gresley pacific.
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