Class 45 Locomotive

This Class was first introduced in 1960 powered by a 2500 hp Sulzer engine with six Crompton-Parkinson 305 hp axle hung, nose suspended traction motors, giving a maximum speed of 90 mph.

Designed at Derby, they were built there or at Crewe with the body design and layout following the general pattern of the old LMS Nos. 10000 and 10001 diesel-electrics.

The Class consisted of 127 locomotives, with all but one of the 26 named.

Each Loco was named after a regiment, each plaque also carrying a military crest. These names were originally carried by Royal Scott Class steam locomotives.

 

Prices ( inc VAT)
 
5"
Complete set of drawings (5.)” £45.00
2 cabs + roof moulding, unpainted as moulded. £360.00
Individual castings and components.  
Machined kit for self assembly - unpainted components, body as moulded. Battery(ies)/ Controllers not included. £POA.00

Ready to Run - complete body painted in one base colour but with no added detail. Windows and cab sided unglazed. Battery(ies)/ Controllers not included.

£POA.00
Ready to Run - as above but with custom livery and running numbers plus detailed transfers. £POA.00

 

SPECIFICATION
Gauge Length Width Height Weight*
5” 73” 9 1/2” 13” 150lbs**

 

Body Moulding Dimensions - Engine Nose
Gauge Length Width Height Weight
5” 235mm 245mm 150mm/238mm 0.8kg

 

Body Moulding Dimensions - Engine Roof
Gauge Length Width Height Weight
5” 1290mm 240mm 70mm 2.5kg

 



 
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