⚡️ Bachmann OO Gauge Class 24 Flash Sale - Up to 40% Off

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Bachmann Class 24
Bachmann Class 24

Save up to 40% off a BR blue liveried OO Gauge Class 24 from Bachmann only while stocks last! We have discounted 24035 in both DCC Ready and DCC Sound fitted forms - with pricing starting from just £109.50.

First released in 2021, Bachmann's all-new OO Gauge Class 24 was developed from the rails up as an all new tooling incorporating a wealth of detail coupled with exquisite livery application. The specification is incredible with many advanced sound and lighting features included too.

Flash Sale - Up to 40% Off

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Product Features

Highly detailed model with many separate parts including handrails, footsteps, wipers, underframe relief, etched grilles, exhaust and more

Accurate tooling variations for loco specific differences

Digital & Sound capability - 21-pin decoder socket with a pre-fitted speaker

Accessory pack includes fully decorated bufferbeam pipework as well as a selection of headcode discs allowing you to choose the arrangement that suits your needs

Powerful 5-pole motor with twin flywheels, all-wheel pickups and drive

Fully decorated and detailed cab interior

Independent directional and cab lights

Lighting can be controlled by chassis mounted switches or via DCC

Sprung buffers

NEM tension lock couplings

Prototype Information

Class 24 in real life
Image by Foulger Railway Photography

The widely travelled British Railways Class 24 diesel-electric locomotives, also known as the Sulzer Type 2, were built from 1958 to 1961. One hundred and fifty-one were built at BR’s Derby, Crewe and Darlington Works, the first twenty of them as part of the British Railways 1955 Modernisation Plan. This Class was used as the basis for the development of the Class 25 locomotives. Initial deliveries were for operation in the Crewe and Derby areas, but fifteen of the initial twenty were diverted for use on the Southern Region to cover for delays in the Kent Coast Electrification scheme.


As deliveries continued, allocations were made to both the London Midland Region and Eastern Region, and with the Class becoming familiar to crews and staff around London they were used on freight trains over the Metropolitan Widened Lines. Locos allocated to East Anglia for use on freight soon became redundant due to the rundown of services in that region, and these were, in turn, moved to Wales and Lancashire.


All Class 24s were powered by the reliable 6LDA28-A Sulzer engine which gave an output of 1,160bhp. Disc headcodes were fitted to all Class 24/0s along with large fuel tanks and water tanks for the steam heat boilers, although these were later removed in many cases. The first Class 24 was withdrawn in 1967 following fire damage but the last remained in service until 1980. Class 24/1 No. 24061 also survived until 1987 thanks to its transfer to Departmental use and was one of four Class 24s to be preserved.


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