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ETCHED BRASS KITS in 4mm and 7mm Scales.


Latest News January 2021

With the recent increase in Royal Mail's prices we will be increasing postage from Monday 18th January.
4mm kits will go up to £4 each, 7mm to £5, others (Mostly the etch only ones) which were £1.50 will go up to £2.
While exhibitions have been cancelled for the moment we are still operating via mail order. We have most kits in stock at the moment but when anything runs out etch supplies are rather slow at present.
Apologies for the long delay in updating this year, we have belatedly noticed that one kit which has been in production for some time was missing from the website - The Hunslet 14in 0-6-0St has now been added.
We do have quite a large range of etches only in our range, only one of these, the LNER N5 has been on here up to now. These are supplied as nearly all the etched parts required to build a loco (Some relatively plain parts such as boilers are covered with paper patterns to cut from brass sheet). A full drawing is provided but not full instructions, no moulded parts are included in most cases.
Currently available are the following:
LNER(GC) S1 0-8-4T, LNER(GC)D10 4-4-0, LNER(GC) B9 4-6-0,LMS Fowler 3P 2-6-2T, LMS Stanier 3P 2-6-2T and others to follow. Phone or email for details and availability.

Unless otherwise stated kits do not include wheels, motor Gears or buffers. Recommendations for these components are included in the instructions.
7mm Scale Kits
We intend to produce most of our range in 7mm scale but this is a slow process involving some re-Design. 7mm kits are produced in .022in material, with resin mouldings as in the 4mm kits. Wheels, motor, gears and buffers are not provided; the instructions detail recommended components and drive systems. Please note that some of the information on the website refers only to the 4mm version when more than one price is displayed.
Postage on all 7mm kits is £4.50
The 4mm kits are etched in .015in. Material (7mm in .022in, HO and 3mm .012in, which is thicker than most etched kits. This helps considerably to keep the model straight and true while half etches keep the visible sheet edges to near scale thickness. Half etched overlays are kept to a minimum on most of the kits and unsupported flat half etched parts are avoided.

A feature of the kit design is that the body is built in two sections, usually the engine casing Cab and the footplate Frame, joined with 14BA screws. This helps in construction and also makes painting easier. In all but the first three kits the cab floor is fitted to the frames, which leaves the cab interior accessible for painting and glazing after assembly while allowing the roof to be soldered on.
The instructions are designed as far as possible to explain how to build each model, rather than simply showing which part fits where. The etched parts are identified by number and a descriptive list. All the parts are shown on a general arrangement drawing which is derived from the CAD drawing used to create the kit and printed exactly to scale.


Hunslet 14in 0-6-0ST

This kit covers the smaller standard Hunslet 0-6-0ST, built in some numbers for the usual industrial customers. The best known is probably the preserved "Brookes No1", currently on the Middleton Railway.

Prices: 4mm scale  £50 + £3.50 p&p

BR Fell 2-D-2DM 10100

10100 was a one-off experimental locomotive built at Derby in 1950. Its 2000hp came from no less than 6 engines, four of which powered the driving axles through a differential based gearbox. It worked reasonably successfully until 1958 before being withdrawn in August of that year because of high maintenance costs.

Prices: 4mm scale  £100 + £3.50 p&p

Harland & Wolff 0-6-0DM LMS 7057/NCC 22

One of only a handful of locomotives built by the Belfast shipbuilders, this loco was delivered to the LMS as 7057 in 1934. Sold back to the buiders in 1945 it was modified, re-gauged to 5'3' and became NCC (later UTA) No.22. Either version can be built from the kit.

Prices: 4mm scale  £48 + £3.50 p&p

BR Horwich 0-4-0ST 47005-9

This is the BR version of the LMS Kitson 0F 0-4-0ST, built at Horwich in 1953.

Prices: 4mm scale  £64 + £3.50 p&p

Brush 200hp 0-4-0DE

Can be built either s the BR example D2999 or the industrial version as supplied to various steelworks etc.

Prices: 4mm scale  £53 + £3.50 p&p

Consett A class Kitson 0-6-0PT

A typical Kitson long boiler design, the A class was produced over a long period for Consett and other industrial operators in the North East. The kit is etched in nickel silver.

Prices: 4mm scale  £66 + £3.50 p&p

Ruston and Hornsby 165DS 0-4-0DM

The Ruston 165DS was introduced as a standard design in 1946 and 124 were built in several varieties. The 0-4-0 standard gauge version had 3'3' Wheels, a Ruston 165hp engine and weighed 29 tons. This kit is intended to build one of the two locos bought by British Railways in 1956 but it can easily be adapted to build the very similar industrial version. The two BR locos were numbered 11507/8, later D2957/8.

Prices: 4mm scale and HO 1:87  : £48 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  £100 + £4.50 p&p

Hunslet 562hp 75T 0-6-0DE

Supplied to British Steel Normanby Park (Scunthorpe) in 1975-7, these locos were in effect one half of a Scunthorpe Bo-Bo on a frame derived from the Rotherham 67T 0-6-0DH.

Prices: 4mm  £51 + £3.50 p&p

AEI 25kv cross arm pantograph

Cross arm pantograph as fitted to some BR class 85 and 86 locos.

Prices: 4mm  £10 +£1 p&p
Prices: 7mm  £17 + £1.50 p&p

Liverpool Overhead Railway 40ft motor coach stock

These were a batch of four three car sets with 40ft long motor coaches built in 1895. Similar in style to the original 45ft stock, they lasted more or less unaltered to the end in 1956. The kit is mostly etched brass and includes bogies, needs one Black Beetle power bogie to drive it.

Prices: 4mm  £82 + £3.50 p&p

NBL/MAN 440hp 0-6-0DH

This is the largest of the series of North British diesel hydraulics with MAN engines. They were commonly found in steelworks and the North Eastern/Scottish areas of the NCB. The kit covers most of the variations of buffer beams and engine casings and with a little modification can be built to represent the heavier 500hp version. As with most of our new kits full compensation is provided for.

Prices: 4mm  £53 + £3.50 p&p

Harton Colliery Siemens 0-4-0WE

The Harton system had two of these tiny electric locos. no.2 and no.10, both of which are preserved.
The kit includes the ex Sunderland tram pantograph and lost wax cast buffers. It fits on a Tenshodo 24.5mm wb power bogie (not supplied).

Prices: 4mm  £45 + £3.50 p&p

LMS/WD jackshaft drive 0-6-0DE 1:87 scale

The second batch of these LMS locos all went to the War Department, eventually serving overseas in Europe and North Africa. Four of them ended up in Italy and became FS class 700, two survive, one still working. The kit has been designed to cover two variations of the Italian locos but the original is also covered. Illustrated is FS 700 003 which works at Arezzo.

Prices: HO 1:87  £64 + £3.50 p&p (£5 EU)

North British/MAN 330hp 0-4-0DH BR D2900-13

The 330hp 0-4-0 is one a series of similarly styled locos ranging from 225hp 0-4-0 to a 520hp 0-6-0, all were fitted with licence built MAN engines and Voith transmission. The 330hp 0-4-0 is best known from the batch of 14 built for BR between 1957 and 1959. The kit covers all the main variations of this type, including the last three BR locos with shunter's steps at the leading end. Most industrial locos of this type can be built from the kit.

Prices: 4mm  £51 + £3.50 p&p

Ruston & Hornsby 88DS

The 88DS was the largest of the chain drive Rustons, built in large numbers from the early 1950s. The earliest had an open sided cab (Not covered in this kit) but the vast majority had a fully enclosed cab. The kit covers several variations in this cab with different window frame types and a later version with larger rear windows. Other variations mainly concern the cast iron weights fitted to the buffer beams and solebars. BR owned a number of 88s, the best known being WR departmental No20 which worked at Reading signal works and lasted long enough to be painted in blue livery. Another batch of departmental 88s were built for the North Eastern region.
The 4mm scale kit is supplied complete, including a High Level drive unit which drives both axles and can be compensated. Please specify 00/EM or P4 wheels when ordering.

Prices: 4mm  £105 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm  £100 + £4.50 p&p

LSWR/SR/BR Bo-Bo electric DS74

This locomotive was built in 1899 by the LSWR and survived into the 1960s but unfortunately was not preserved. Its exact purpose is a little obscure, being built to tube gauge it was presumably intended for the Waterloo and City and the original diagram shows tube stock couplers and no buffers. In 1915 it moved to Wimbledon where it remained until about 1961 mostly shunting coal wagons at the adjacent Durnsford Road power station. For this duty it was fitted with normal buffing and drawgear.
The kit is complete with a High Level drive unit and wheels. Please specify 00/EM or P4 wheels when ordering.

Prices: 4mm  £105 + £3.50 p&p

GC/LNER/BR J63 0-6-0T

These were a small class of dock shunting locos built as GCR class 5A, they lasted into the mid 1950s as BR class J63. The kit is etched in nickel silver, it can be built rigid or fully compensated and is designed to take a High Level gearbox (Not supplied)

Prices: 4mm  £63 + £3.50 p&p

LMS Kitson 0F 0-4-0ST

These five locos were ordered by the LMS from Kitson's of Leeds in 1932. Although sometimes attributed to Stanier they were essentially a typical industrial saddle tank designed by the builders. Derby drawing office had some influence, notably in the shape of the cab, the smokebox door and the then fashionable stovepipe chimney. Originally they were numbered 1530-4, re-numbered 7000-4 in 1935 and eventually became BR 47000-4. This kit is etched in nickel silver. The later batch of five, 47005-9, built at Horwich in 1953, will be the subject of a separate kit.

Prices: 4mm  £64 + £3.50 p&p

Hunslet 16" 0-6-0ST

The Hunslet 16 inch 0-6-0ST was built from 1923 to 1958, a larger and more powerful version of the 15 inch (The dimension is the cylinder diameter). The first loco, HE1438 'Fitzwilliam', went to Hemsworth Collieries, the last, HE3872 'Frank', was supplied to Oxfordshire Ironstone, in between they were built for collieries and steelworks all over the country

Prices: 4mm  £53 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm  £100 + £4.50 p&p

Thomas Hill Vanguard 0-6-0DH

This Vanguard 0-6-0 was a direct development of the Sentinel, with the same transmission and usually a Rolls Royce 350hp engine but with greatly improved cab and engine access. They were built from the early 1970s and some are still in use today.

Prices: 4mm  £44 + £3.50 p&p

Ruston & Hornsby 48DS 0-4-0DM

This kit covers most variations of the standard gauge 48DS, the original open sided cab is shown but parts are included for the later closed cab and deep buffer beam versions. The 4mm kit is supplied complete, including a High Level drive unit which drives both axles and can be compensated. Please specify 00/EM or P4 wheels when ordering.

Prices: 4mm scale  £85 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm  £55 + £4.50 p&p

Hunslet 05 D2574-2618

The last two batches of Hunslet 05 0-6-0DMs for Eastern/North Eastern/Scottish regions were quite different from the earlier ones with larger wheels and a much higher cab. The kit covers all varieties of these.It is etched in nickel silver since these locos always had bright metal window frames.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £60 + £3.50 p&p

Class 71 pantograph

This is the pantograph fitted to the class 71 Bo-Bo E5000. One pantograph was fitted for use in yards where overhead wires replaced the 3rd rail.
The photo shows a pantograph fitted to a Genesis kit.

Prices: 4mm scale  £8 + £1 postage
Prices: 7mm scale  £17 + £1.50 postage

SR Co-Co pantograph

This is the pantograph fitted to the Southern Railway Co-Co electric locos, CC1 and CC2, BR 20001/2/3. One pantograph was fitted for use in yards where overhead wires replaced the 3rd rail.
The photo shows a pantograph fitted to a Genesis kit for 20003.

Prices: 4mm scale  £8 + £1 postage
Prices: 7mm scale  £17 + £1.50 postage

LNER (GCR) N5 0-6-2T

This is a new departure for us, not a complete kit but it provides most of the etched components to build an N4 or N5. No boiler or cast fittings are supplied but it does include all the frame components. Etched in .015" Nickel silver.

Prices: 4mm scale  £29 + £1.50 postage

Barclay 01 0-4-0DM D2953-6

BR had five of these small Barclay 0-4-0DM shunters, two remaining in use until 1982 (On the Holyhead breakwater). The 4mm kit also covers Departmental No.81 (Later D2956), which differed from the other four (not included in 7mm).

Prices: 4mm scale  £48 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm  £110 + £4.50 p&p

English Electric PNL4 pantograph

This is the pantograph from Harton 13-15, now also available separately.

Prices: 4mm scale  £8 + £1 postage
Prices: 7mm  £17 + £1.50 p&p

BR Conflat P

Our first wagon kit, this is the conversion from 22T plate wagons for the Condor express goods service in 1959. Each wagon takes one a and one B type container (Not supplied). The kit, etched in our usual .015" Brass, is supplied complete with white metal castings and Gibson wheels.

Prices: 4mm scale  £20 + £1.50 postage

Thomas Hill Steelman 0-6-0DH

This 600hp shaft drive 0-6-0 was developed in the mid 1960s for heavy steelworks shunting. They were (And still are) used in quarries, notably Bardon Hill.
The Bullant power unit specially designed for this kit is no longer supplied due to the current poor exchange rate with the Australian Dollar. It is still available from Hollywood Foundry for 00, EM or P4 gauge.

Prices: 4mm scale  £46 + £3.50 p&p

LMS 1831 400hp 0-6-0DH

This experimental hydrostatic drive locomotive waas built in 1932 on the frames of an old Midland 1F 0-6-0T. It was later converted to a mobile power unit, in which form it survived until 1955. The kit is etched in nickel silver and can be built in either form

Prices: 4mm scale  : £76 + £3.50 p&p

Hunslet 15in 0-6-0ST

Our first steam loco kit is for the Hunslet 15in 0-6-0 saddle tank, built from 1928 to 1947 for industrial use. Most went to collieries but other customers included the Mersey Docks & Harbour Board. The kit follows our usual modular construction with the cab and smokebox built up on bolted bases on the footplate and resin moulded fittings.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £53 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm  £100 + £4.50 p&p

NBL/MAN 0-4-0DH D2720-44

These were built for Scottish Region use with slghtly larger wheels than the earlier NB 0-4-0s. None of this batch survived into preservation

Prices: 4mm scale  : £48 + £3.50 p&p

NBL/MAN 0-4-0DH D2745-80

This kit covers the last batch of Scottish NB 0-4-0s, this time with a larger fuel tank. Two of these are now preserved.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £48 + £3.50 p&p

Hunslet 230 hp 0-4-0DH

This kit is a development of our earlier 50T 0-6-0DH, taking advantage of the large number of common parts in these Hunslet diesel hydraulics. The kit consists of the 0-6-0DH etch, with an additional etch for the parts specific to the 0-4-0 version.

Photo copyright Hunslet Engine Co.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £46 + £3.50 p&p

Harton Colliery English Electric/Baguley Bo-Bo

This kit covers the last three locomotives built for the Harton system in 1957-9, nos 13 to 15.
The kit is etched in nickel silver and is designed to be powered by one or two Black Beetle bogies (Not included).

Prices: 4mm scale  : £57 + £3.50 p&p


Southern/BR 500hp Paxman engined 0-6-0DM, built at Ashford in 1949.
The kit is etched in nickel silver and includes overlays to produce the BoxPok wheels.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £60 + £3.50 p&p

BR (WR) PWM 650 Ruston 165DE 0-6-0DE

This is the 0-6-0 version of our earlier 165DS kit and is based on the example bought by the Western Region permanent way department, it was in use from 1953 to 1991. Similar locos were built for industrial use.

Prices: 4mm  : £48 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  : £110 + £4.50 p&p

Hunslet 204hp 0-6-0DM

Three variations on this loco are possible, the original Gardner engined 0-6-0, built for Mersey Docks & Harbour Board in 1944 (No.32) which is now preseved as 'Huskisson' on the KWVR. The kit also covers MDHB No.34 (1952) with a more modern cab and locos supplied to various steelworks (Including Consett, Shotton and Newport) in the late 1940s and early 1950s.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £48 + £3.50 p&p

Yorkshire DE2 0-4-0DE

Built for many of Britain's steelworks in the 1950s, this is the final development of the characteristic slope sided YE design. In a departure from our usual kit design this uses a one piece resin moulding for the engine casing top.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £48 + £3.50 p&p

BR class 17 Clayton Bo-Bo

This kit is designed to fit on Black Beetle or Tenshodo power bogies.
Now includes additional parts for the Rolls Royce engined D8586/7

Prices: 4mm scale  : £69 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 3mm  £53 + £3.50 p&p

Hunslet 150hp 0-6-0DM, LMS 7051

This loco, the first diesel shunter built by Hunslet in 1932, was bought by the LMS. Later used in industry, it has been preserved on the Middleton Railway since 1960.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £44 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  : £100 + £4.50 p&p

LMS/BR 12003-22 0-6-0DE

Our original LMS Jackshaft kit is restricted to building one of the second batch of these locos, BR 12023-32 and we have frequently been asked if it can be altered to produce the first batch, 12003-22. Although the frame design is the same significant alterations were made to the cab, engine casing and steps for the second batch and a new kit has been necessary. As with the revised version of 12023, the frames and coupling rods are etched in nickel silver, the body in brass and this kit also incorporates the option of open radiator shutters.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £65 + £3.50 p&p

English Electric/Hawthorn Leslie 0-6-0DE

This was the first twin motor design, the ancestor of the 08s. Ten were supplied to the LMS and one to the GWR in 1935. Two of the LMS batch survived to become BR 12000/1 (The others remained with the WD) and the GWR loco became 15100; all three worked until the 1960s.
The kit contains parts for LMS or GW, the picture is of the GW loco running as BR 15100 in the early 1950s.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £53 + £3.50 p&p

Nickel Silver Etched Pantograph

As a spin-off from work on the EB1 we have the pantograph available separately at £7 including postage. This is etched in .015" Nickel silver, it also fits the EM1, EM2, 506, 503 and MSJA multiple units.

Prices: 4mm  : £8 each or £14 a pair + £1 postage
Prices: 7mm scale  £17 + £1.50 postage

LNER/BR EB1 26510

This completes the range of North Eastern electrics with the rebuild of No11. This was done with a view to using the class as bankers on the Worsborough incline but before the electrification there was switched on 26510 went to Ilford to shunt the carriage sheds and remained there until 1964. The kit is designed to take Black Beetle power bogies and is etched in nickel silver.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £71 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  £159 + £4.50 p&p

YE Janus 0-6-0DE

Built from 1953 - 65, widely used in industry, especially steelworks. Many are still in use today.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £53 + £3.50 p&p

Thomas Hill Steelman Royale 0-4-0DH

These are MoD locos and the kit fits on a Black Beetle or Tenshodo bogie.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £44 + £3.50 p&p

NER Bo+Bo Newport - Shildon locos Nos. 3-12, later LNER/BR class EF1

Although the line was de-electrified in 1935 the locos remained in store as BR 26502-10 until 1950.
The kit is etched in nickel silver and is designed to use Black Beetle power bogies, as with the ES1 unpowered bogies are supplied with the kit.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £76 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  £159 + £4 .50p&p

Hunslet 204hp 0-6-0DM BR class 05

Kit builds the original industrial version (For Avenue coking plant) and BR 11136-43/11176-71, D2550-73

Prices: 4mm scale  : £49 + £3.50 p&p

Thomas Hill Vanguard 0-4-0DH

1970s development of the Sentinel  0-4-0 using the same Rolls Royce C6SFL, hydraulic transmission and roller chain final drive.These locos were built for many industrial locations, including a batch for the army and are still in use today.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £44 + £3.50 p&p

Hunslet 80T 776hp 0-8-0DH

These were built for Ebbw Vale steelworks, similar but slightly lighter locos were used at Coventry Homefire plant.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £46 + £3.50 p&p


600hp twin engined Taurus was built in 1961 for heavy shunting and trip working. It was on loan to BR for about 4 years, working in various locations. Kit construction is similar to our other diesel shunters.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £53 + £3.50 p&p

EE1 ( NER 2-Co-2 No.13)

NER No.13 was a prototype express loco for the proposed York-Newcastle electrification. The kit is mostly etched in nickel silver with some brass parts and includes parts to build the pantographs and the distinctive quill drive wheels.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £87 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  etched parts only £159 + £10 p&p

NER Bo-Bo electric (BR 26500/1)

This kit can be built on Black Beetle or Tenshodo motor bogies, non-powered bogies are provided in the kit. No buffers provided, otherwise can be built as any version NER, LNER or BR except for the original with bow collector.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £66 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  : £137 + £4.50 p&p

Barclay 0-4-0DM D2410-44, BR class 06

Andrew Barclay & Co of Kilmarnock built 35 of these locomotives between 1958 and 1960. Numbered in the range D2410-D2444 and later 06001-06010, the last were withdrawn in 1981. This kit builds either 2 or 3 window version.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £48 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  : £110 + £4.50 p&p

Hunslet 325hp 50T 0-6-0DH

These locos formed the basis for a range of standard industrial shunters produced by Hunslet from 1964 onwards. Designed around the Rolls Royce C8SFL engine with a Twin Disc torque converter and Hunslet final drive, they were adopted as the standard loco for the NCB Northumberland and Durham area. The basic design was later adapted for 0-4-0 and 0-8-0 wheel arrangements with weights from 25 to 80 tons and 180 to 800hp. This kit provides some variations of the original 50T or 55T locos with or without air brakes.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £46 + £3.50 p&p

North British/Paxman 0-4-0DH - later version

This is the later version of D2700-2, this type was mostly built for BR and all were scrapped 1967/8. Some of these were also built for MoD use. We have noticed an incorrect window size in the cab back of early versions (Prior to December 2003) of this kit. A correction has been made in the current kits but if anyone who has bought one of the earlier ones would like the replacement parts we can supply them free of charge. Please contact us with your details and we apologise for any problems this has caused.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £45 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 3mm scale  : £43 + £3.50 p&p

North British/Paxman 0-4-0DH

This kit builds the first three BR locos, 11700-2 (D2700-2) or the original industrial loco which were built from the early 50s. The three BR locos were built in 1953 for North Eastern Region and lasted until about 1967.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £45 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 3mm scale  : £43 + £3.50 p&p

Barclay 204hp 0-6-0DM D2400

These ten locos were built in 1956/7 for BR Eastern region (Classified DJ/14) and were originally numbered 11177-86. They were based on Barclay's existing industrial shunter design and used the ubiquitous Gardner 8L3 engine with a four speed gearbox. They spent most of their lives in Lincolnshire and were scrapped in 1969/70. Motor, gears and buffers not included.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £44 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  : £95 + £4 .50p&p

Sentinel 230hp 0-4-0DH

Built in the same style as the 6 wheel locos these come in both chain drive and rod drive form. The kit can be built as either type. The chain drive version fits on a Tenshodo motor bogie, axles are provided for the rod drive version. Motor, gears and buffers not included.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £45 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm (please specify rod or chain drive)  £100 + £4.50 p&p

Sentinel 325hp 0-6-0DH

These locos were produced in considerable numbers over many years by Sentinel, then Rolls Royce later by Thomas Hill and most recently by RFS. Many are still in use in a wide variety of industrial locations. The kit includes shouldered axles to take 14mm disc wheels. Motor, gears and buffers not included.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £45 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 7mm scale  : £100 + £4.50 p&p

Liverpool Overhead Railway Rebuilt train

This kit is etched in .015' Nickel silver with resin moulded roofs and white metal bogie frame castings. Needs a Tenshodo or Black Beetle motor bogie and MJT bogie compensating units to complete.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £82 + £3.50 p&p

BR Mk II Manchester Pullman consisting of 2 parlour, 1 kitchen, 1 brake kits

This is a set of etched overlays in .OlO' Nickel silver to convert the Lima or Airfix MKII coaches to MKII Pullman cars. One set produces the four coach Liverpool Pullman and two sets produce the eight coach Manchester Pullman.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £47 + £3.50 p&p

LMS / BR class 503 EMU

These 3 car units were built in 1938 for the former Wirral Railway lines of the LMS. In 1956 BR built more with some minor modifications to replace the Mersey Railway stock. This kit includes most parts to build either version.
This kit is etched in .012' Brass with cab ends and underframe components moulded in resin. Motor bogie, trailer bogies and roof vents are not included.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £76 + £3.50 p&p

Hunslet 403hp 0-6-0DH

These locomotives were built between 1971 and 1978 for hauling ingot cars at British Steel's Templeborough works. The specification was for a loco no larger than the existing Fowler 0-4-0 diesel electrics but with twice the tractive effort and still able to go round 90' reverse curves. The end result was a loco with 6' Thick frames and 8' Thick buffer beams - even the footplate is 3' Thick. This massive frame, weighing 27 tons on its own, presents some problems in a model - most of our materials are far too thin for once. Only seven were built, all with the special drawgear and centre buffers for the ingot cars, but more recently three went to Rover at Longbridge for more general shunting duties, these are now operated by Harry Needle.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £46 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: , 3mm scale: £43 and 7mm scale  : £110 + £4.50 p&p

LMS/BR Jackshaft drive 0-6-0DE

This kit will build LMS 71OO-9 or BR 12023-32 and represents the final batch of ten single motor 350hp 0-6-0 diesel electric shunters built by the LMS at Derby in 1942. LMS 71OO9 were built to the same design but went to the War Department for service overseas, in the Middle East, Egypt and eventually Italy. The locos were originally painted black and all passed to British Railways in 1948. A few were painted BR green with yellow/black stripes in the 1960s and the last were withdrawn in 1967. Variations within this batch are covered in the kit but the earlier locos (7080 - 99/12003 - 12022) differ in detail and main dimensions and are now the subject of a separate kit.

Prices: 4mm scale  : £65 + £3.50 p&p
Prices: 3mm scale  : £43 + £3.50 p&p


All orders to:
Judith Edge Kits
5 Chapel Lane, Carlton, Barnsley, South Yorkshire S71 3LE
Tel: 01226 722309

Post and Packing for each Loco Kit ordered is £3.50 (Except where noted).
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This page last updated on
13 November, 2020