🚆Bachmann OO Class 44 & 45 Peaks In Stock

Posted by Jack Morgan on

Bachmann produce a range of models recreating the classic 'Peak' diesel locomotives in OO gauge, namely, the Classes 44, 45 and 46. A new batch of these popular diesels has now arrived in stock including 2 new Class 44 and 45s in BR blue and BR green respectively.

Additional models focusing on other members of the class are expected to follow on later this year too.

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Product Features

Highly detailed models with separately fitted parts including etched grilles, handrails, wipers, full underframe relief, footsteps and  more

Accurate tooling variations for Classes 44, 45, 46 and minor detail differences between locomotives

Digital & sound capability - 21-pin socket

Decorated & detailed cab with a driver figurine at one end

Powerful 5-pole motor with twin flywheels

Independent directional lighting 

Accessory pack with optional detailing parts

NEM tension lock couplings

Metal sprung buffers

Prototype Information

The British Rail Class 45 or Sulzer Type 4 are  diesel locomotives  built by  British Railways '  Derby and  Crewe Works  between 1960 and 1962. Along with the similar  Class 44  and  46  locomotives, they became known as Peaks as they were all named after British mountains.

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