- Custom-built ready to run EMUs
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- Kit-built, conversions and scratch-built EMUs
- Kit-built, super-detailing, conversions and scratch-built locomotives
- Mass-produced and custom-built ready to run electric locomotives and electro-diesel locomotives
- Mass-produced ready to run diesel locomotives
- Southern Electric resin buildings
- Mass-produced ready to run DEMUs:
- Kernow 2H
- Mass-produced ready to run DMUs:
- Bachmann Class 159
- Bachmann Class 159 new version 2020
- Bachmann Class 170/171
- Mass-produced ready to run EMUs:
- Bachmann 2EPB
- Bachmann 2Hap
- Bachmann 4Cep
- Bachmann MLV
- Bachmann Class 450
- DJ Models HA (Class 71)
- Early Models
- EFE Isle of Wight Stock
- Hornby Dublo
- Hornby 2Bil
- Hornby 2Hal
- Hornby 4Vep
- Hornby Class 395
- Hornby Brighton Belle
- Hornby Eurostar
- Hornby Networker
- Kernow 4TCs
4mm scale mass-produced ready to run EMUs - Bachmann 2EPB
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|Second out of the starting gate (well EPBs did at some time serve Kempton Park, Epsom Downs and Tattenham Corner!) was Lord & Butler's limited edition 5759 in "late" green condition with small yellow warning panels (31-376Z). 5759 is the unit preserved by our friends the EPB Preservation Group at Shepherswell, however this model is is of a unit in its original (i.e. without headlight) condition, unlike the real 5759 now.|
The second special edition to be issued (in September 2011), of unit 6225 in late Network SouthEast livery, was produced to celebrate the 25th anniversary of NSE and is only available to members of the Bachmann Collectors Club. As is the bue and grey version, it is branded for the "Kent Link" sub-sector and it correctly features high intensity headlights.
The 30th anniversary of NSE saw the release of the "Capital Commuter" train pack (30-430), which includes unit 6414 in early NSE livery, plus a low Art-Deco relief station building and two platform sections, plus reproductions of NSE paperwork. This unit is also sub-branded for Kent Link but does not have a high intensity headlight. Strangely the train pack is priced at about £8 less than the blue & grey version issued around the same time, yet you get far more!
The third special edition, and the final version of currently known production plans, was issued in November 2011). It is of unit 5739 and is overall blue with small yellow warning panels and small BR arrows. It was a limited edition from Modelzone/the Signalbox Rochester.
Buy the from Modelzone.