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Accurascale Class 37 37605 DRS Original Livery

Code: ACC231237605
  • £169.99
  • (Delivery from £3.95 )
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Class 37 37605 DRS Original Livery


- Direct Rail Services blue with original logos

- Ex-splitbox nose with plated door and WIPAC light clusters

- DRS multiple-working socket on nose

- Cab windscreen-mounted top headlight

- Nose aerial

- 'Split' style nose grilles

- Cutaway bufferbeam cowling with oval buffers

- Class 37/6 bufferbeam configuration with air/control pipes only

- Toughened windscreens, revised DRS control desk and centre cab partition

- Double-riveted roof with plated boiler exhaust and no cab roof vent

- Cast (Class 50 style) bogies

- Underslung fuel tank with replacement welded long range fuel tank

- Late EE cantrail grilles

- Plated window one side

- Optional miniature snowploughs

- Single cab door kickplate


- Heavy die-cast metal chassis

- Accurate tumbleholme, nose, cab roof and cantrail curves taken from 3D Laser scan and extensive surveys

- 21 Pin DCC ready 

- Every model includes PowerPack / Backup Power Capacitor Bank for up to ten seconds of power free running, flicker free lighting and continuous sound

- Metal Helical Gear box for maximum performance and slow speed running

- Fully functional Headlights per prototype

- Engine Bay Lighting (with visible Prime Mover)

- Separately switched cab lighting and illuminated, details driver’s console, auto off on movement

- Switchable red tail lights

- RP25-110 wheels OO wheels with provision for re-gauging to p4 and EM gauge

- Minimum Radius 438mm (2nd Radius Set-track)

- Accessory bag

- OO Scale

Locomotive information:

Without doubt the most successful diesel design of the BR era and a strong contender to be called the greatest locomotive in British railway history, the definitive model of the English Electric Type 3 / Class 37 has been a long time coming. 309 examples of this mixed-traffic 1,750hp Co-Co class were built by English Electric and Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn between 1960 and 1965 to two basic designs, split and centre headcode. They could be found systemwide leading all kinds of freight and passenger services. 135 were rebuilt in the mid 1980s giving the class a further lease of life, while further major rebuilds have taken place since privatisation. Many are still hard at work today painted in the colours of a wide range of different operators including Network Rail and a plethora of private freight and passenger companies, such as Colas Rail, Direct Rail Services, Europhoenix, HN Rail and WCRC.


UK Delivery:

In stock items are usually despatched within 1-2 working days of ordering.


All returns must be received by us within 14 days of the date you received your order, please allow at least four days for postage. You will be required to cover the shipping and they must be returned via a traceable method – such as Royal Mail Signed For. We cannot accept responsibility for returned items until they are signed for by us.

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