PLEASE REVIEW THE PHOTOGRAPHS AS WELL, ACCESSORIES/BOXES ETC WILL BE SHOWN IF THEY ARE INCLUDED. The Class 37 is a favourite for many and this Graham Farish model of No. This Class 37/5 correctly exhibits the characteristics of a refurbished loco - most notably the flush ends where the headcode boxes have been removed, and the fitting of a high intensity headlight which is operational, of course. The locomotive wears its orange, yellow and black colour scheme very well indeed and this is completed by numerous printing applications including the Colas Rail logos, loco data panels and overhead warning logos. 37521 Accessory Pack NEM Coupling Pockets Powerful 3 Pole Motor Directional Lighting Equipped with a 6 Pin DCC Decoder Socket - Recommend Decoder 36-568A Length 125mm CLASS 37 HISTORY The British Rail 1955 Modernisation Plan paved the way for the large-scale replacement of steam traction with diesel locomotives, and one of the most successful diesel locomotive designs to result from this was the English Electric Type 3.These 1,700hp Types 3 diesel-electric locomotives were built at English Electric's Vulcan Foundry and by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns between 1960 and 1965, with 309 examples produced in total. The class proved popular with railwaymen and so in 1985, a major refurbishment programme for the Class 37 locomotives was sanctioned to extend the working lives of 135 locomotives. Features of the refurbishment involved plating over the four-character head codes and sealing off the nose end communication doors. A new subclass was created for locomotives refurbished with Electric Train Heating (ETH) equipment, allowing their use on passenger trains the whole year-round. The Class continued to be widely used into the Privatisation-era, with examples operating for the likes of EWS, DRS, West Coast Railways and Colas, whilst others have received'retro' heritage repaints. The Class 37 is a favourite for many and this Graham Farish model of. Livery brings the story of the 37 right up to date. Equipped with a 6 Pin DCC Decoder Socket - Recommend Decoder. The British Rail 1955 Modernisation Plan paved the way for the large-scale replacement of steam traction with diesel locomotives, and one of the most successful diesel locomotive designs to result from this was the English Electric Type 3. The Class continued to be widely uséd into the Privatisation-era, with examples operating for the likes of EWS, DRS, West Coast Railways and Colas, whilst others have received'retro' heritage repaints. We make every effort to describe items accurately, however, nobody is perfect and on the odd occasion we may miss something. If you see anything which is incorrect in this listing, or wish to double check something, please feel free to ask a question. We include pictures of detailing packs, instructions and boxes etc if they are present and included in the price, if they are not in the photo's, you can safely assume they are not there. If in doubt, please ask and we will confirm. The photographs are also part of the listing, please review them carefully. You can do this by selecting the Request Total button during Checkout (this works only when using the E-Bay Website, it does not appear on the mobile app).
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