Another new Loco from Caledonia Works!

The CR 782 Loco has now been released. You can get this splendid loco from the products page!

Fantastic CR 6 Wheeled coaches out now from Matrix Trains!

The Caledonian Railway 944 Class just released!

The Caledonian Railway 944 Class were 4-6-2T passenger tank locomotives designed by William Pickersgill and built in 1917 by the North British Locomotive Company’s Hyde Park Works in Glasgow. Although the Caledonian Railway built a long and successful series of small 0-4-4T passenger tank engines, twelve locomotives of the 944 Class were the only large passenger tanks operated by the Caley. They were originally used on the Inverclyde Line working has boat trains to some very strict timetables and so gained the nickname “Wemyss Bay Pugs” amoungst Caley engine crews. In 1923, every member of the class passed into the LMSR and were repainted from CR Light Blue (Having never carried black or Dark Blue) into LMS Crimson Lake, although within a few years this gave way to LMS Lined Black. They were later displaced from the Wemyss Bay trains by LMS Fowler tanks and Fairburns and by 1948 all but two locomotives were allocated to Beattock shed, primarily for banking duties on Beattock Bank. Unfortunately, all were withdrawn and scrapped between 1946 and 1953.

NER 1001 “Longboiler” loco now available

Preserved and iconic loco is now available from the products page!

GWR “Dukedog” Locomotive now available!

The much loved, unusual and popular GWR Dukedogs are now available from our products page priced £14.99. Sporting seven livery variations, quick drives, scenarios and manual.

The Caledonian Railway 264/611 Class out now!

The Caledonian Railway 264/611 Class were the Caleys standard shunting engines. They were seen all across the CR network. Grab yours from the product page!

LSWR Adams Radial released!

Brand new loco from Digital Traction, our LSWR Adams Radial locomotive is at home on any period southern branch line. Get yours from our products page.

 Caledonian Railway 721 Class “Dunalastair” released

The Caledonian Railway 721 Class (known as the “Dunalastair” class) was a class of 4-4-0 steam locomotives designed by John F. McIntosh for the Caledonian Railway (CR) and introduced in 1896. All survived to be absorbed by the London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) in 1923 and a few survived into British Railways(BR) ownership in 1948.

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CR Cardean released

The Caledonian Railway 903 Class (known as the “Cardeans”) were a class of 4-6-0 steam locomotives designed by John F. McItnsoh for the Caledonian Railway and introduced in 1906 from St. Rollox Works in Glasgow.They quickly became the mascot the CR and was the biggest locomotive in the country at the time. They worked the biggest expresses in the UK at that time and are legendary in their status as one of the most famous 4-6-0s in the history of UK steam. All but one made it into the London, Midland and Scottish Railway (907 being destroyed in Quintinshill Rail Disaster) and they were sadly withdrawn by 1930.

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CR Class 294 “Jumbo” class now released

Grab yours now from the products page, priced £15.99 the pack features 27 liveries!