Heljan Railways Class 14 D9523 BR Maroon as Preserved Livery model 1415


LOCOMOTIVE NEW (part of a retailers personal collection of unused stock originally supplied direct from manufacturers)

BOX / PACKAGING AS NEW (lightest storage related rubbing/handling marks to be expected otherwise complete in every respect)

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Offering a new model 00 gauge especially developed by “Heljan Model Railways” as part of their recent prototype series. This engine is the Class 14 D9523 BR Maroon as Preserved Livery model 1415.

The British Rail Class 14 is a type of small diesel-hydraulic locomotive built in the mid-1960s. Twenty-six of these 0-6-0 locomotives were ordered in January 1963, to be built at British Rail Swindon Works.

The anticipated work for this class was trip working movements between local yards and short-distance freight trains. The good all-around visibility from the cab and dual controls also made them capable of being used for shunting duties. The order was expanded from 26 to 56 in mid-1963, before work had started on the first order. They were numbered D9500-D9555.


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