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7mm SCALE OMEGA LOCO KITS

7L06 GWR 0-4-4T Nos 34/35

7L06 GWR 0-4-4T Nos 34/35

Two locos were designed by Dean in 1890 as 0-4-2ST for the Helston and St Ives branches. In 1895 they were rebuilt as 0-4-4T. In 1908 No. 34 was sold to the Woolmer Instructional Military Railway, which later became the Longmoor Military Railway.

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7L07 GWR Medium Metro 2-4-0T

7L07 GWR Medium Metro 2-4-0T

A large class of locos built between 1869 and 1899 with numerous variations in boiler, tanks, cab and bunker. Thirty one were rebuilt with much larger tanks in 1898/9. The kit depicts a loco with medium tanks, half-cab and either belpaire or round

£262.50
7L08 LBSCR Stroudley Terrier A1 or A1X

7L08 LBSCR Stroudley Terrier A1 or A1X

Between 1872 and 1880 Brighton Works constructed the 50 members of the A1 class designed by William Stroudley. With their attractive livery and names they have become one of the most famous British locomotives. Many were sold off to other railways

£152.00
7L09 LBSCR I3 Class 4-4-2T

7L09 LBSCR I3 Class 4-4-2T

Between 1907 and 1912 these 27 express passenger tanks were built at Brighton. They famously proved the worth of superheating whilst working the Sunny South Express with LNWR locos. From the 1930's they worked semi-fast and country services. W

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7L10 SECR P Class 0-6-0T

7L10 SECR P Class 0-6-0T

In 1909/10 the SECR built these eight small 0-6-0T for push-pull working. They proved to be under powered for this work and so were relegated to light shunting work. They were more successful at this and survived into BR days. One was frequently h

£152.00
7L12 LSWR O2 Class 0-4-4T

7L12 LSWR O2 Class 0-4-4T

A class of sixty locos, designed by William Adams and built at Nine Elms in London. Numbers 227 to 236 had higher cab roofs and cannot be built from this kit. A total of 23 locos were transferred to the Isle of Wight from 1923. These had Westingho

£152.00
7L13 LSWR G6 class 0-6-0T

7L13 LSWR G6 class 0-6-0T

A class of thirtyfour locos, built at Nine Elms Works between 1893 and 1898. Built for shunting, station pilot and light goods work they seldom, if ever, worked passenger trains. Last withdrawn in 1962. Our kit has a nickel silver chassis and an a

£152.00
7L14 LSWR Beattie Well Tank

7L14 LSWR Beattie Well Tank

Between 1863 and 1875 a class of 85 well tanks were built by Beyer Peacock and Nine Elms works for suburban services. Six were rebuilt between 1889 and 1894 with Adams boilers and full cabs. It is these locos which are the subject of our kit. The

£152.00
7L15 LSWR Adams Radial 4-4-2T

7L15 LSWR Adams Radial 4-4-2T

Seventyone locos were built between 1882 and 1885 by Beyer Peacock, Dubs and Robert Stephenson, with several variations so not all can be built from this kit. Designed for London suburban work, they became famous for working the Lyme Regis branch

£185.00
7L16 Neilson Crane Tank

7L16 Neilson Crane Tank

Two were bought by the South Eastern Railway, one by the Caledonian and three by industrial users. The SER locos were painted in full Wainwright livery and one survived into BR days. The Caledonian engine only ran until 1908, but the industrial lo

£135.00
7L17 LBSCR E4 class 0-6-2T

7L17 LBSCR E4 class 0-6-2T

75 engines were built at Brighton between 1897 and 1903. Many survived until 1963 and 'Birch Grove' is preserved on the Bluebell Railway. Our kit represents the 1913 boiler with circular smokebox, eventually carried by all locos. Our kit h

£185.00
7L18 WD Austerity 2-8-0

7L18 WD Austerity 2-8-0

7mm Scale Etched Brass kit. Backhead whitemetal casting. All other castings in lost wax brass. All axles are sprung in etched hornblocks which are also available separately. Recommended motor/gearbox is the ABC VML2 which is only available from th

£435.75
7L19 WD Austerity 2-10-0

7L19 WD Austerity 2-10-0

7mm Scale Etched Brass kit. Backhead whitemetal casting. All other castings in lost wax brass. All axles are sprung in etched hornblocks which are also available separately. Recommended motor/gearbox is the ABC VML2 which is only available from th

£465.75
7L20 MSWJR 2-6-0 Galloping Alice

7L20 MSWJR 2-6-0 Galloping Alice

In 1895 Beyer Peacock delivered a 2-6-0 to the Midland and South Western Railway for freight service. Built to the drawings of a class of locos supplied to the New South Wales Government Railway in Australia, it was so successful a second loc

£399.00