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K345/RTR Ready to Run – BR Thompson A2/1 4-6-2

BR Thompson A2/1 4-6-2 The Thompson A2/1 was a pacific version of the Gresley V2. Thompson’s ordered the last of

K325A/RTR Ready to Run – BR Standard Class 5 4-6-0 (BR1/BR1G/BR1H)

BR Standard Class 5 4-6-0 Introduced in April 1951, the standard Class 5 followed in design principle the highly successful

K323/RTR Ready to Run – LMS Jubilee 4-6-0

LMS Jubilee 4-6-0 Choice of 48 engines from this popular prototype. Our model covers the vertical throat plate/firebox/boilered Jubilees, covering

K320/RTR Ready to Run – LMS Class 2F/2P/2MT 2-6-0

LMS Class 2F/2P/2MT 2-6-0 This lightweight mogul design was introduced in 1946 and was the predecessor of the BR Standard

K318/RTR Ready to Run – LMS/BR Strainer Jubilee 5XP 4-6-0

LMS/BR Strainer Jubilee 5XP This version covers No’s 5665-5742 – the later, long-firebox version of this celebrated class. DJH Model

K317A/RTR Ready to Run – BR Standard Class 7 Britannia 4-6-2 (BR1D Tender)

BR1D Tender BR ‘Britannia’ 4-6-2 (BR1D tender) As the last express engines to work on BR, enthusiasts remember the ‘Brits’

K314/RTR Ready to Run – BR Thompson A2/2 4-6-2

BR Thompson A2/2 These impressive but slightly ungainly-looking engines were a rebuild of Gresley’s class P2 2-8-2s into Pacific form.

K313/RTR Ready to Run – LNER/BR Thompson A2/3 4-6-2

LNER/BR Thompson A2/3 LNER/BR Thompson A2/3 4-6-2 The A2/3s were the first new express engines to be built at Doncaster

K308/RTR Ready to Run – BR Standard Class 6 ‘Clan’ 4-6-2

BR Standard Class 6 ‘Clan’ The BR ‘Clan’ 4-6-2 was designed as a medium-weight version of the ‘Britannias’ (see K317A/B)

K303/RTR Ready to Run – LMS/BR Fairburn 4P/4MT 2-6-4T

LMS/BR Fairburn 4P/4MT LMS class 4MT 2-6-4T A post-war design perpetuated into BR days, Charles Fairburn’s handsome passenger tanks could

K301/RTR Ready to Run – BR Standard Class 2 2-6-0

BR Standard Class 2 These little moguls were the smallest of the BR Standard designs and could be found in