LNER and BR (ER) Models 1

(Also Great Northern Railway, North Eastern Railway, Great Central Railway and London Transport / Metropolitan Railway)


No.2002 "Earl Marischal". The second of Sir Nigel Gresley's stunning P2 class 2-8-2 express passenger locomotives designed for heavy Scottish traffic. This loco is built using a Nu-Cast kit.


No.2004 "Wolf of Baddenoch". The final four P2s were built in this streamlined form, and eventually "Earl Marischal" (above), and the original "Cock o' The North" (see page 7) were also rebuilt in this way. Again, a Nu-Cast kit.


No.2434, a Gresley O2/3 class heavy freight loco, from a Nu-Cast kit.


A D16/3 class 4-4-0 from a Little Engines kit.


The very first Thompson A2/1 Pacific as outshopped in 1944 in works grey livery. This featured the rather odd looking Thompson front end based on the design produced for the rebuilding of Gresley's P2 2-8-2s as 'Pacifics' the year before (see page 7), with as many V2 parts as possible (including the boiler). No.3696 was eventually renumbered 507 (and then 60507 by BR) and named "Highland Chieftain". This is another kit-bashing project, based on the DJH A2/2 kit.


The solitary 2-8-8-2 Beyer-Garratt, as originally numbered No.2395. Built from DJH kit.


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