GWR 94XX Pannier Tank 9479 BR Black (Late Crest) Tank Locomotive DCC Sound By Bachmann | Code: 35-027SF | OO Gauge

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  • GWR 94XX Pannier Tank 9479 BR Black (Late Crest) Tank Locomotive DCC Sound
  • GWR 94XX Pannier Tank 9479 BR Black (Late Crest) Tank Locomotive DCC Sound
  • GWR 94XX Pannier Tank 9479 BR Black (Late Crest) Tank Locomotive DCC Sound
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Product information

Product code 35-027SF
Manufacturer Bachmann
Product category Steam Locos/Engines ,
Product scale OO Gauge

Product description

SOUND FITTED GWR 94XX Pannier Tank No. 9479 in BR Black livery (Late Crest).

This era 5 model features realistic firebox lighting, sprung buffers and an accessory pack which includes Steam Heat pipes, Screw-link couplings and cab doors.

SOUND FITTED model features realistic braking sounds, drain cocks and whistles, whilst a function for normal or heavy load has also been included, see full details of the sound functions below.


  • Bachmann Branchline OO Scale
  • Era 5
  • Pristine BR Black (Late Crest) livery
  • Accessory Pack
  • NEM Coupling Pockets
  • Firebox Glow (on analogue) / Firebox Glow & Flicker (on DCC)
  • Powerful Coreless Motor
  • SOUND FITTED - See below for function list
  • Sprung Buffers
  • Length 145mm (over couplings)


  • F1 - Sound On / Sound Off
  • F2 - Brake (Non-Latching)
  • F3 - Cylinder Drain Cocks
  • F4 – Whistle, High Tone (Playable)
  • F5 - Normal Load / Heavy Load
  • F6 (STATIONARY) - Firebox Door Open (red firebox light flickers)
  • F6 (MOVING) - Firebox Door Open (red firebox light flickers and yellow light pulses in time with the exhaust)
  • F7 - Injectors
  • F8 – Whistle, Low Tone (Playable)
  • F9 - Flange Squeal
  • F10 - Shovelling Coal (F6 must be On to activate this function)
  • F11 - Blower (with F6 On and the locomotive stopped the red and yellow firebox lights will also flicker)
  • F12- Hand Brake (locomotive will not move with the Hand Brake applied)
  • F13 - Water Tank Filling
  • F14 - Coupling/un-Coupling Clank
  • F15 - Safety Valve
  • F16 - Guard’s Whistle & Driver’s Response Toot
  • F17 - Coasting
  • F18 – Rail Join Clatter (Speed Variable)
  • F19 - Shunt Mode (reduces speed)
  • F20 - Acceleration/Deceleration inertia off
  • F21 - Volume Control (LATCH = Volume On/Off) or (TRIGGER = cycles 6 Volume Levels)

Analogue Users: Normal-load running sounds, acceleration steam chuff sounds and any other automatic and randomised sounds can be enjoyed when using this model on analogue control (DC) straight from the box - these sounds will play automatically when power is applied!


The distinctive 94XX Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank was the last steam locomotive built by the Great Western Railway (GWR); the first ten being turned out in the company’s Middle Chrome Green by Swindon Works before nationalisation. Effectively a tank version of the Collett '2251' tender engine, the remaining 200 locomotives were built for BR between 1949 and 1956 by outside contractors Robert Stephenson, Yorkshire Engine Co. and W.G Bagnall. Outshopped in unlined black livery, there were minor detail differences between the locomotives built by different contractors. All were capable of providing steam-heating for coaching stock.

A development of the numerous ‘57XX/ 8750’ Class Pannier Tank, the 94XXs were designed for secondary mixed traffic and shunting duties, with an instruction from the GWR’s General Manager, Sir James Milne, that they should be of a more modern appearance than the traditional GWR Pannier Tank. The design of the Class was unusual in that they were one of the few Pannier Tank designs with tapered boilers. Superheating was fitted to Nos. 9400-9409 only. The locomotives were mostly used for heavy shunting and short distance freight and passenger duties, but numbers 9400-9406 were employed on the former LMS system at Bromsgrove giving banking assistance on the Lickey Incline.

With the onset of modernisation and the introduction of an ever increasing number of diesels, the working life of the Class was very short and of the 210 built, just 78 were still in use in January 1964, withdrawals having commenced in 1959. By the end of June 1965, the last members of the Class were withdrawn with some examples being cut up when they were barely 5 years old. Fortunately, Nos. 9400 and 9466 survive in preservation.

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