- Custom-built ready to run EMUs
- Kit-built DMUs
- 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 4Cep
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Annouced in July 2006 and first appearing in November 2009 Bachmann's first Southern EMU model has been well worth the wait. This is a finely detailed and accurate model indeed.
The first version to appear was 31-425 representing unit 7105, the lowest numbered "production" Cep (phase 1/1957 equipment) in early form - BR(S) green livery, no yellow warning panel, whistle above the driver's window, large numeral headcode, double white blank rear blind and the notoriously rough riding Mk3/Mk4 bogies.
In late 2010 31-425A appeared as unit 7141, but other than renumbering the specification identical to the earlier version.
..... and 31-427 BR, unit 7113, Blue and Grey, still with the notoriously rough riding Mk3/Mk4 bogies the unit retained until refurbishment.
|Released in February 2010 was 31-427Z, unit 7119, BR Blue (limited edition from Modelzone).|