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The Model Train sale to be held on the 26th of March features OO Gauge British Outline from Hornby and Bachmann, including a large selection of ex shop stock locomotives and rolling stock. HO USA & Continental Outline from Bachmann, boxed and unboxed North American Outline, plus further ex-shop stock locomotives, coaches and freight cars from Genesis, Walthers, Athearn, Atlas, Proto 2000, Bachmann and others. The sale continues with N Gauge, Hoe Scale, Hornby Dublo 2- and 3 -rail, Triang, and Wrenn. Plus OO/HO Brass, Kit/Kitbuilt, and Live Steam; Meccano & Other Constructional Toys, G Gauge & Larger; Hornby, Further and Modern O Gauge, Kit/Kitbuilt, OM30, Books, Magazines and our usual good selection of General Trains.


3 1/2" Gauge 2-4-0 Loco and Tender NER (North Eastern Railway) lined green Class E5 No.1463, coal fired. Locomotive has been professionally built and includes 2 internal cylinders, with cab detail including pressure gauge, sight glass, reverser and other details complete with lubricators, sprung wheels, tender with water pump. All finished in North Eastern green with running number 1463 to rear splasher sides and NER lettering to tender sides. No.1463 in real life is the only E5 preserved and is part of The National Railway Museum Collection. This model would benefit from some general light work but otherwise Good Plus.
Estimate: £800 - £1200 Sold For: £1600
Bing O Gauge 4-2-2 Loco and Tender Midland maroon Single No.650, 3-rail electric. This is a rare Bing Midland Single, front bogie wheel set incorrect otherwise loco is Good to Good Plus, tender with AW Gamage to tender rear. Good Plus.
Estimate: £700 - £1000 Sold For: £520
Wrenn W2303 4-6-2 LMS Wartime black Streamlined Princess Coronation Class 6237 "City of Bristol" complete with instruction booklet and instruction flyer sheet. This is one of the locomotives assembled in the Dapol factory after the acquisition of the Wrenn Company. Condition Mint in reproduction box.
Estimate: £700 - £900 Sold For: £950
Wrenn W2267A 4-6-2 BR green Streamlined Merchant Navy Class Loco No.35026 "Lamport & Holt Line", small mark and slight distortion to the No.3 on the right side cab number, otherwise Excellent to Excellent Plus in generally Good Plus to Excellent box.
Estimate: £400 - £500 Sold For: £320
Kit/Scratchbuilt O Gauge 4-2-2 Loco and Tender Midland maroon Single No.673, 3-rail Electric. Professionally built and painted and marked to the underside paint 11/02 KA Crompton, and fitted brass 3-rail pick-ups. Overall Excellent.
Estimate: £300 - £500 Sold For: £440
Wrenn W2266AX 4-6-2 BR green Streamlined West Country Class No.34092 "City of Wells", condition Excellent to Near Mint in Good Plus to Excellent box with base stamped 06728.
Estimate: £300 - £400 Sold For: £260
Unknown make Birmingham Dribbler Style 3 1/4" Gauge 2-2-2 Loco, Live Steam. An early modelled locomotive brass construction with 2 internal and 2 external cylinders and complete with detached burner. Has been fired and burning marks to the underside of the boiler. An interesting early brass model. Good.
Estimate: £200 - £400 Sold For: £700
Hornby O Gauge E220 Loco and Tender Great Western green "County of Bedford" No.3821, 20v electric. Loco is Good contained in reproduction style box, Tender sides Good Plus in earlier No.2 Special Tender box.
Estimate: £300 - £400 Sold For: £360
Kit/Scratchbuilt O Gauge 4-6-0 Loco and Tender BR Experimental blue King Class "King George II" No.6005, 2/3-rail Electric. Loco is well built and painted, no cab detail, mechanism fitted for either 2 or 3-rail running by means of a switch to the underside. Good Plus.
Estimate: £300 - £400 Sold For: £260
Steamcraft OO Gauge Live Steam 4-6-2 BR green Streamlined Battle of Britain Class Loco No.34057 "Biggin Hill", this live steam locomotive was constructed by Steamcraft of Southport Lancashire in the late 1970's and is powered by Butane Gas heating the water in the boiler to produce steam, loco can run for up to 8 minutes pulling 6 coaches at a scale speed of approx 60mph on level track, fewer coaches and the lower speed will produce a longer run if required, the loco will not operate on less than 24" radius curves, condition Excellent but with a heavy paint gloss finish, full operating instructions and assembly instructions are included and all are contained in a Fair to Good original box, a very interesting loco.
Estimate: £200 - £300 Sold For: £260
Bing Gauge 1 Continental Outline "Woodcutter" Loco (note loco only), clockwork. Loco is missing front pony, rear bogie wheels and wheel sets and both front and rear couplings are broken. Clockwork mechanism working when tested, will require some work Fair to Good.
Estimate: £200 - £300