NEW Dapol OO Gauge Class 22

Posted by Warren Bennett on

Further new announcements in OO Gauge from Dapol today, with a new run of the Class 22 diesel locomotive. Four different versions to be produced as part of this run with DCC fitted and Sound also to be available.

Pre order HERE with FREE UK POSTAGE!

The Dapol Class 22 features:

• Detailed body with etched grilles and separately fitted handrails
• Finely detailed cast wheels
• Metal sprung buffers
• 5 pole Super creep motor with twin brass fly wheels for controlled pulling
power and incredible slow running speed
• All wheel drive and pick up
• Directional lights and cab lighting
• DCC Ready with provision for a 21 pin decoder
• Provision for sound speaker
• Sound fitted option available
• Accessory bag with optional fitted components including valances
4D-012-010 Class 22 D6330 BR Green Disk H/C
4D-012-010D Class 22 D6330 BR Green Disk H/C DCC
4D-012-010S Class 22 D6330 BR Green Disk H/C Sound
4D-012-011 Class 22 D6328 BR Green SYP Disk H/C
4D-012-011D Class 22 D6328 BR Green SYP Disk H/C DCC
4D-012-011S Class 22 D6328 BR Green SYP Disk H/C Sound
4D-012-012 Class 22 D6356 BR Green SYP H/C Boxes
4D-012-012D Class 22 D6356 BR Green SYP H/C Boxes DCC
4D-012-012S Class 22 D6356 BR Green SYP H/C Boxes Sound
4D-012-013 Class 22 D6352 BR Blue FYP H/C Boxes
4D-012-013D Class 22 D6352 BR Blue FYP H/C Boxes DCC
4D-012-013S Class 22 D6352 BR Blue FYP H/C Boxes Sound
The BR Class 22 is a type of BO-BO diesel locomotive designed for the Western Region of BR and built by NBL. The class has been
nicknamed the Baby Warship due to their similarity to the D600 Warship locomotive. Fifty seven locomotives were built between 1959 and 1962 and operated in the West of England hauling both passengers and freight. The class was eventually displaced by the more powerful and reliable Hymeks and Warships, exacerbated by the bankruptcy of NBL in 1962 and the consequential lack of spares. By 1971 all had been decommissioned and none survived into preservation. Dapol’s OO model was produced after years of extensive study of plans and drawings and by collaborative work with various locomotive experts.

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