Model Details

Class 29 Diesel Electric Locomotive

U.K.
D6130

Class 29 Diesel Electric Locomotive

Years Released: 1999 2000 (Model Year pages)
Model released for 2 years.

Model: Class 29 Diesel Electric Locomotive
Running Number: D6130
Category: Diesel Electric Locomotives
Diesel Electric Locomotives
Locomotive Class: Class 29
Class 29
Designer: North British
Class Information: Class 29 locomotives were all rebuilds of earlier Class 21, introduced as part of British Railways Diesel Pilot Scheme. Class 21 and the later 29 locomotives are considered one of the least successful first generation diesels. More...
Weight: 73 tons
Purpose: Passenger & Freight
Wheel Arrangement: BO-BO
BO-BO
Model Information: Length - 218mm.
Models Produced: ---
Logo & Box Style:

1999 2000

1999 2000
Company: B.R. - British Railways
Logo: B.R. Late Crest
Logo Years: 1956 - 1967
British Railways
Livery: B.R. Green
B.R. Green
Livery Details: Brunswick green with orange and black lining with yellow lettering.
Company Information: British Railways came into existence in 1948 when the dominating four British railway companies amalgamated. Steam traction on British Railways ended in 1968 and the system was re-branded as British Rail.

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Previous: 1985 - October 2017
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Model Year Details (2)

YEAR CAT MODEL
1999 R.2122 1999
Class 29 Diesel Electric Locomotive
2000 R.2122 2000
Class 29 Diesel Electric Locomotive

Related Service Sheets (1)

NO SERVICE SHEET NAME ISSUE DATE
228 Class 29 Locomotive May 2000

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Model Catalogue Information

YEAR INFORMATION
1999 Another return to the catalogue, this one not seen in the Hornby range since the 1970s. The Class 29 was a troublesome and relatively short-lived locomotive, which of course makes it doubly interesting to the model collector. Two-tone green livery makes this locomotive one of the 20 Class 29s that were rebuilt with a more powerful engine in 1963 and served exclusively in the Scottish Region until withdrawal of the Class in 1971. Ringfield motor.
2000 The Class 29 engines, built in Glasgow in 1959 by North British Loco Company, were amongst the earlier types of mainline diesels to go into service. These engines spent most of their homeland where many of them were re-engined in later days to improve their performance. Certainly a model to have on a pre-blue period layout. Powered by a ringfield motor.

Motor Information

YEAR MOTOR
1999 Ringfield
2000 Ringfield

Price List

YEAR UK PRICE
1999 £38.50

Catalogue Images (2)

R.2122 - Class 29 Diesel Electric Locomotive - 1999
R.2122 Class 29 Diesel Electric Locomotive - 1999

R.2122 - Class 29 Diesel Electric Locomotive - 2000
R.2122 Class 29 Diesel Electric Locomotive - 2000


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