🚂 Dapol O Gauge 14/48/58xx 0-4-2T Up to 51% Off

Posted by Jack Morgan on

Dapol 14xx

As part of our incredible Dapol O Gauge Sale, we have discounted a selection of their beautifully detailed GWR Class 14xx/ 48xx & 58xx 0-4-2T steam locomotives to bargain prices - with up to 51% off available! 


With locomotives starting at an astounding £125, this is the best time to get started in O gauge modelling. RTR O gauge steam has never been this cheap and they're only available while stocks last, so don't miss your chance to get one.

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51% OFF

43% OFF

Other models are also available at up to 29% off. Click the link below to view the entire range.

Product Features

Highly detailed models with separately fitted parts including handrails, pipework, safety valve, top feed, whistle, window grilles, toolboxes, lamp irons, numberplates and much more

Accurate tooling variations between locomotives

Digital & Sound capability - 21-pin socket

Compensated diecast chassis, diecast running plate and wheels

Flickering firebox effect

Removable cab roof for fitment of locomotive crew

Sprung metal buffers and sprung articulated metal screw couplings

Powerful motor and gearbox for smooth performance and slow running capabilities

Prototype Information

GWR 1450
Image by Hugh Llewelyn

The 14XX was a GWR tank locomotive designed for branch line passenger and freight work. Although the design is attributed to Collett, much of the actual locomotive was derived from the earlier 19th century George Armstrong designed 517 Class. 


Entering service in 1932, in all 75 were built and ran well into the 1960s with 4 surviving into preservation. An autocoach was often combined with a 14XX on many branch line operations. The driving cab on the autocoach meant that the locomotive could be controlled from there and negated the requirement to run the locomotive round at the end of the journey. This format was known as a push-pull train. The Dapol 14XX & autocoach will complement each other very nicely of any GWR based layout.


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