Class 76034 BR Blue-Mid Conversion to Multiple
Heljan Class 76 034
In BR Blue Livery- Mid Conversion To Multiple Working
Loco has been finished as shown in the photo, the multiple jumper cables are yet to be fitted (Plated Over.) this was due to work commitments as was put back into traffic until the Loco was not required and then went back to Reddish to be completed.
£210 – Analogue.
£238 – Std Decoder Fitted.
£346 – ESU V5 Olivia’s Sound Fitted.
Additional Item Available
£ 7 – Cab Light (Per Cab)
£20 – Engine Room Compartment Lighting (New 2019)
£50 – Full Mod of No 1 End Marker Lights (all 4 individual operation) + Both Cab Lights & Engine room lights. Driver in No 1 End
£ 3 – British Railways Union Jack Headboard.
Olivia’s Trains ESU V5 Sound Function List EM1 & 2 Locomotives.
22th March 2019
F0:- Marker Light (No1 End Right Hand Corner) Not Directional
F1:- Sound On/Off.
F2:- High Tone Horn.
F3:- Low Tone Horn.
F4:- Brakes Releasing.
F5:- On = Buffer Clash – Turn Off = Coupling
F6:- Marker Light (No1 End Left Hand Corner) Not Directional
F7:- Marker Light (No2 End Right Hand Corner) Not Directional
F8:- On = Cab Door Open. Turn Off = Cab Door Close
F9:- On = Dispatch Whistle – Turn Off = Driver Acknowledgement.
F10:- Flange Squeal.*
F11:- Marker Light (No2 End Left Hand Corner) Not Directional
F12:- Engine Room Lights
F13:- Rail Clack.*
F14:- No 1 End Cab Light (Driver End on Most Bachmann Loco’s)
F15:- No 2 End Cab Light (NON Driver End on Most Bachmann Loco’s)
F16:- On=Fade Out (reduces sound Doppler effect to 25% Volume) Off=Back to normal setting
F17:- Brake 1 Option (Slows Loco down 50% Quicker) without using Speed Controller
F18:- Brake 2 Option (Slows Loco down 65% Quicker) without using Speed Controller
F19:- Brake 3 Option (Slows Loco down 85% Quicker) without using Speed Controller
F20:- Manual Pantograph Hand Pump
• *Flange Squeal only operates at low speed turns off over 15 mph
F20 If a EM was shut down with the panto-graph lowered and no air pressure was available. The official way to raise the photograph was with a manual hand pump, which was located in the engine room compartments. If this did not work the there was a long pole which the Fireman had to manually hold the panto-graph up to the overhead and allow the compressor to run until air pressure held up the panto-graph. Using F20 creates the action the manual hand pump made.
EM Head code classification lighting was unusual in the fact they copied the steam oil light operation but then placed white disc to highlight the class in daytime. The tail light was the same disc but was painted red for daytime use with a red lens to show the Signalman it was light engine. Our full light mod allows you have all 11 train classification lights these units ran with.
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Tel: 0114 3216 160 Or 0114 2647 449.