Class 24/1 24137 BR Blue Diesel Locomotive By Bachmann | Code: 32-442 | OO Gauge

  • Class 24/1 24137 BR Blue Diesel Locomotive
  • Class 24/1 24137 BR Blue Diesel Locomotive
  • Class 24/1 24137 BR Blue Diesel Locomotive
  • Class 24/1 24137 BR Blue Diesel Locomotive
  • Class 24/1 24137 BR Blue Diesel Locomotive
  • Class 24/1 24137 BR Blue Diesel Locomotive
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Product information

Product code 32-442
Manufacturer Bachmann
Product category Class 24 , Diesel/Electric Loco ,
Product scale OO Gauge

Product description

Class 24/1 24137 BR Blue

  • Built: 1960 - 1961
  • Constructed by: BR Derby Works
  • Duties: mixed traffic

Highlights

  • All new model featuring full directional and cab lighting
  • Sprung buffers
  • Pre-fitted speaker for ease of Digital Sound installation

History Originally designated as Type 2 (later to become Class 24 in the TOPS system), a total of 151 of these diesel-electric locomotives following the 1955 modernization plan. Powered by the 6LDA28-A Sulzer engine that gave an output of 1160bhp the vast majority of the locomotives were built at BR Derby, although some were constructed at Crewe and Darlington, with the first of the class, D5000 completed at Derby in July 1958. It was displayed to the general public during that month at Marylebone Station and although intended for use on the London Midland Region, they went to the Southern Region to deputize for Type 3 ‘Crompton’ diesels that were then running late for delivery.

By the time the entire Type 2 fleet was in traffic, they could be found operating on all regions with the exception of the Western. With a life span of 28 years these small, yet versatile, locomotives gave excellent service in all manner of roles in both branch and main line duties, either singularly or working in multiples. Removal from service of the Class began in the late 1960s, with the final locomotive being withdrawn in 1981.

ADDITONAL SERVICES:

DCC DECODERS/SERVICES

If you require a DCC Decoder for this model, please add 1 x 36-557 to your basket.

If you would prefer for Rails of Sheffield to DCC Fit this model for you - Please add 1 x DCCFIT21 to your basket (Please note this service includes the cost of the decoder.

DCC SOUND DECODERS/SERVICES

If you would like to purchase a DCC Sound decoder for this model, please add 1 x S0173-21 to your order (Please note this decoder is Ordered Upon Request)

If you would prefer for Rails of Sheffield to DCC Sound fit this model for you, Please add the following to your order; 1 x S0173-21 1 x DCCDIFIT

Built: 1960 - 1961

Constructed by: BR Derby Works

Duties: mixed traffic

Highlights

  • All new model featuring full directional and cab lighting (in DCC operation)

  • Sprung buffers

  • Pre-fitted speaker for ease of Digital Sound installation

History

Originally designated as Type 2 (later to become Class 24 in the TOPS system), a total of 151 of these diesel-electric locomotives following the 1955 modernization plan. Powered by the 6LDA28-A Sulzer engine that gave an output of 1160bhp the vast majority of the locomotives were built at BR Derby, although some were constructed at Crewe and Darlington, with the first of the class, D5000 completed at Derby in July 1958. It was displayed to the general public during that month at Marylebone Station and although intended for use on the London Midland Region, they went to the Southern Region to deputize for Type 3 ‘Crompton’ diesels that were then running late for delivery.

By the time the entire Type 2 fleet was in traffic, they could be found operating on all regions with the exception of the Western. With a life span of 28 years these small, yet versatile, locomotives gave excellent service in all manner of roles in both branch and main line duties, either singularly or working in multiples. Removal from service of the Class began in the late 1960’s, with the final locomotive being withdrawn in 1981.