Expected Delivery Q4 2023 (Subject to change at Manufacturer's Discretion).
Built in 1958, the class 122 diesel railcars were primarily used for suburban work on the London Midland region and some even made it as far as running on Scotish routes. This design of single car units were nicknamed "Bubble Cars" by railway enthusiasts. In 1968 some of the Class 122 units were converted to carry parcels and reclassified to Class 131.
This model features a high level of exterior detail, a powerful motor and a fitted interior. A great addition to your BR Era model railway.
- Exterior Detail
- Interior Detail
- Powerful Motor
- ITEM NUMBER 1226
- CLASS 122
- LIVERY BR Blue Small Yellow Panels
- RUNNING NUMBER W55008
- WHEEL CONFIGURATION Bo-Bo