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First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43)

U.K.
43017 43192

First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43)

Years Released: 2009 2010 2011 (Model Year pages)
Model released for 3 years. (Model may have been released after 2011)

Model: First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43)
Running Number: 43017 43192
Category: Train Packs
Train Packs
Locomotive Class: Class 43
Class 43
Designer: British Railways
Class Information: HST Class 253 train sets were introduced on the Western Region in 1975. Subsequent success of design has seen the trains used through-out the Britain and still in use today. A modified XPT design was exported to Australia in 1982. Previously known as Class 253/254. More...
Weight: 70 tons
Purpose: High Speed Express Passenger
Wheel Arrangement: BO-BO
BO-BO
Model Information: Length per vehicle: 235mm.
R.2812X is DCC fitted.
Models Produced: ---
Logo & Box Style:

2009 2010 2011

2009 2010 2011
Company: GW - First Great Western
Logo: GW Logo
Logo Years: ---
First Great Western
Livery: GW Purple
GW Purple
Livery Details: Purple with white and pink striping.
Company Information: ---

Model Ranking:
Current: 463 - May 2017
Previous: 1503 - April 2017
Movement: (+1040)

Model Year Details (3)

YEAR CAT MODEL
2009 R.2812 2009
First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43)
2010 R.2812 2010
First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43)
2011 R.2812 2011
First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43)

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Model Catalogue Information

YEAR INFORMATION
2009 This First Great Western Dynamic Lines livery handsomely highlights the now classic design lines of this iconic British train. Operating on the Western Region mainline their services offer fast efficient travel from London Paddington to the West and South West of England. The powerful 5 pole motor fitted to the Hornby FGW drive unit ensures that the model can handle with considerable ease a scale length HST.
2010 This First Great Western Dynamic Lines livery handsomely highlights the now classic design lines of this iconic British train. Operating on the Western Region mainline their services offer fast efficient travel from London Paddington to the West and South West of England. The powerful 5 pole motor fitted to the Hornby FGW drive unit ensures that the model can handle with considerable ease a scale length HST.
2011 Suitable rolling stock: R4369, R4370, R4371
First Great Western HST
This First Great Western Dynamic Lines livery handsomely highlights the now classic design lines of this iconic British train. Operating on the Western Region mainline their services offer fast efficient travel from London Paddington to the West and South West of England.

Catalogue Images (3)

R.2812 - First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43) - 2009
R.2812 First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43) - 2009

R.2812 - First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43) - 2010
R.2812 First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43) - 2010

R.2812 - First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43) - 2011
R.2812 First Great Western High Speed Train (Class 43) - 2011


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