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The Jagdpanzer 38(t) (Sd.Kfz. 138/2), later known as Hetzer (“baiter”), was a German light tank destroyer of the Second World War based on a modified Czechoslovakian Panzer 38(t) chassis. The project was inspired by the Romanian “Mareşal” tank destroyer. The name Hetzer was at the time not commonly used for this vehicle. It was the designation for a related prototype, the E-10. The Škoda factory f…
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The M36 tank destroyer, formally 90 mm Gun Motor Carriage, M36, was an American tank destroyer used during World War II. The M36 combined the hull of the M10 tank destroyer, which used the M4 Sherman's reliable chassis and drivetrain, combined with sloped armour. Conceived in 1943, the M36 first served in combat in Europe in October 1944, where it partially replaced the M10 tank destroyer. However…
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The NER E1 (J72) 0-6-0T Tank was designed by Wilson Worsdell for NER/LNER/BR and built between 1898 and 1951 for shunting and station pilot duties. FEATURES Next18 DCC Decoder Socket Detailed Exterior Interior Detail Realistic Firebox Flicker Pre-fitted Speaker Sprung Buffers Accessory Bag Supplied SPECIFICATIONS CLASS E1 (J72) LIVERY NER WHEEL CONFIGURATION 0-6-0 PAINT FINISH Pristine MEASUREMENT…
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The SE&CR 0-6-0 C Class was designed by Harry Wainwright for SE&CR and built between 1900 and 1908 for mixed traffic duties. FEATURES 21 Pin DCC decoder socket Fully detailed and decorated cab interior Adjustable tender drawbar length Sprung buffers Hinged tender fall plate Accessory bag included Pre-fitted speaker SPECIFICATIONS CLASS C LIVERY SECR WHEEL CONFIGURATION 0-6-0 PAINT FINISH Pristine…
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FEATURES 21 Pin DCC decoder socket Fully detailed and decorated cab interior Adjustable tender drawbar length Sprung buffers Hinged tender fall plate Accessory bag included Pre-fitted speaker SPECIFICATIONS CLASS C WHEEL CONFIGURATION 0-6-0 PAINT FINISH Pristine MEASUREMENTS LENGTH OVER BUFFER 215mm
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Detailed OO Scale Locomotive DCC Fitted with Sound
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CLASS 24 LIVERY BR WHEEL CONFIGURATION Bo-Bo PAINT FINISH Pristine MEASUREMENTS LENGTH OVER BUFFER 202mm The Class 24 was constructed at Derby, Crewe and Darlington works for the 1955 Modernisation Plan and were mainy used for mixed traffic duties. A total of 151 locomotives were constructed between 1958 and 1961. All of these locomotives were withdrawn by the end of 1980. FEATURES 21 Pin Decoder…
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CLASS 24 LIVERY BR WHEEL CONFIGURATION Bo-Bo PAINT FINISH Pristine MEASUREMENTS LENGTH OVER BUFFER 202mm The Class 24 was constructed at Derby, Crewe and Darlington works for the 1955 Modernisation Plan and were mainy used for mixed traffic duties. A total of 151 locomotives were constructed between 1958 and 1961. All of these locomotives were withdrawn by the end of 1980. FEATURES 21 Pin Decoder…
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One of the most distinctive military aircraft ever to take to the skies, the mighty Avro Vulcan provided Britain with a high-profile nuclear deterrent during the period known as the 'Cold War', as the second of Britain's famous V-Bombers to enter RAF service. Continuing a proud heritage of Avro bomber types which began with the twin engined Manchester, the Vulcan was a highly advanced tail-less de…
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In the year which followed commemorations to mark the centenary of the Royal Air Force, one of the most important aircraft since the end of the Second World War was finally withdrawn from service, after providing the backbone of Britain’s aerial strike capability for almost 40 years. Indeed, as if to underline the effectiveness of this magnificent aircraft, eight aircraft which had been on oversea…
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As the four man crew of KG26 Heinkel 1H+JA boarded their aircraft at Westerland airfield on the Island of Sylt on the morning of 20th October 1939, they knew that a long and dangerous sortie lay ahead of them. Their task was to perform a long range armed reconnaissance flight over the Glasgow area and on to photograph gun emplacements and naval vessels in the Firth of Forth, a heavily defended are…
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The unrivalled versatility and load carrying capabilities of the Boeing Chinook helicopter has ensured that this mighty twin rotor heavy lift machine is now one of the most famous aircraft to see post war Royal Air Force service. Equally at home on the battlefields of the Middle East as it is dropping ballast sacks to prevent a dam burst a little closer to home, the Chinook has now been in RAF ser…
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As he climbed into the cockpit of his Sopwith Camel fighter at Bertangles aerodrome on 21st April 1918, Canadian Wilfred Reid 'Wop' May had no idea that this would be the most significant day in his life. Embarking on only his second mission over the Western Front, he had been instructed by his Flight Commander, the ace pilot Captain Roy Brown, to avoid combat if they encountered the enemy, simply…
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As he prepared for his first combat patrol, novice fighter pilot Wolfram von Richthofen was keen to impress his famous cousin, the famed 'Red Baron'and the flight leader for the mission. Although suffering from fatigue and combat stress, Manfred von Richthofen was the consummate professional and the safety of his fellow airmen was of paramount importance to him. As the Fokker DR.1 fighters of Jast…
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Scale 1:64 Length 123mm Age Suitability 3+
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Scale 1:64 Length 123mm Age Suitability 3+
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Scale 1:64 Length 123mm Age Suitability 3+
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Scale 1:36 Length 128mm Age Suitability 3+
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Scale 1:36 Length 128mm Age Suitability 3+
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The Capri modelled was first registered in September 1962, but little is known about its early history. It was extensively restored in 2010 by well known Ford Classic & Capri Owners Club member Dave Heath, who documented the restoration meticulously with over 900 photographs. He retained its original appearance and colours but fitted the 1498cc 78bhp engine and matching gearbox used in the rare Ca…
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The Cortina modelled was first registered on October 6th 1976 and still carries the Ford Special Vehicle Operations plate on its slam-panel announcing that it was a special order; black paint with a cloud grey interior. This is such a rare colour combination that the current owner believes it may have been unique. The first owner was an Essex-based printing company but, after being traded in, it w…
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The Cortina modelled was purchased new from Forward Midland Limited, 289 Walsall Road, Perry Barr, Birmingham (whose invoice describes them as: 'Business Vehicle Consultants and Suppliers to Industry, Commerce and the Professions') on 20th September, 1978, by dairy manager Dennis Timms. He paid £3837.73 for it, of which £54.00 was for the optional vinyl roof and £12 was for the number plates. Denn…
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The Class 67 is a BoBo Diesel Electric mainline locomotive built for the English, Welsh and Scottish (EWS) Railway between 1999 and 2000. They were built in a joint venture between Alstom in Valencia and General Motors diesel who supplied the main drive train. 30 locomotives were ordered as Class 47 replacements for use on high speed mail and passenger trains. After several modifications the Class…
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Detailed N gauge Coach Metal Wheels Sprung Couplings NEM coupling as standard Detailed Printing and Livery Detail Highly detailed body, underframe, and bogies LENGTH 130mm WIDTH 18mm HEIGHT 26mm
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Detailed N gauge Coach Metal Wheels Sprung Couplings NEM coupling as standard Detailed Printing and Livery Detail Highly detailed body, underframe, and bogies LENGTH 130mm WIDTH 18mm HEIGHT 26mm
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