The shop will be closed for the week commencing Monday 17th September. We will re-open on Tuesday 25th September. Please note we will be unable to despatch any online orders during this time.

    Announced in September 2018 were new ‘N’ gauge models of the Class 128 parcels van d.m.u., the ‘VEA’ Vanwide vans, the ‘IPA’ single-deck car carrying wagons, plus new 20 foot tank-tainers from ‘C’ Rail.


    Also to be made available are further runs of the Pendolinos in previously unreleased liveries, as well as new liveries of the ‘N’ gauge TEA tankers.


We await final details of  the exact models being done, but we will be stocking these. Remember, if you are unable to afford pre-paying under the crowdfunding operated by Revolution Trains, our terms are payment on despatch, allowing you to spread your payments.

C&M Models ‘OO’ Limited Edition wagon – still available


We still have stocks of this 7-plank open wagon left.


Mealsgate is a village on the A595 road from Carlisle to Cockermouth, and was on a branch line from Aspatria.


Price of the wagon is £13.20, plus postage, if applicable

Jouef TGVs – due late 2018


Hornby International have announced the release of these iconic French high speed trains in two of the most popular versions – the Duplex double-deck trains in the Euro livery often seen running into Germany, and the Thalys version which runs to Brussels, Amsterdam, Cologne and Dortmund.



By choosing the correct sets and additional coaches, the full 10-car sets are easily assembled, and we will be happy to advise you on what you need for this, and process your order for you.

Dapol ‘O Gauge Wagons

Arriving soon are the 20T Brake Van and the ‘HAA’ Merry-Go-Round Coal Wagons have now arrived with us. We have good supplies of both these wagon types coming into stock, so please feel free to order your requirements through us.

We also have good stocks of the recent run of 16 ton mineral wagons available in the shop.

LS Models 10052: SNCF BB22400TTU Electrics Twin Pack

These locomotives were used on the first freights that passed through the Channel Tunnel after it opened, working as far as Dollands Moor, before the Class 92s were available. LS Models produce excellent, detailed models and these would be something very different for your British-based layout. We also have a set available fitted with DCC Sound

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