Hornby R3958 HST 43087 43098 FGW Livery
Hornby R3958. Class 43 HST
43087 ‘Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment Royal Logistics Corps’
In First Great Western Purple (neon) livery.
Pre- Order Due Sept 2021!
£300 – Analogue.
£364 – 2x 8 Pin Decoders Fitted – Both Units.
£410 – Twin TTS Fitted (R7140)
£4654 – ESU V5 Olivia’s Single Sound Fitted – DCC In Dummy.
£572 – ESU V5 Olivia’s Twin Sound Fitted.
Additional DCC Options: (Not TTS)
£12 – Cab Light Mod (Both) Allows Cab light to be turned On/Off without Mod the Cab Light is lit in the directional of travel & cannot be turned off without this Mod.
£ 7 – Driver Fitted (Per Car)
£45 – Stay Alive fitted (Requires ESU Decoder)
£65 – Supply R7140 TTS Twin Paxman Sound If purchased with this Set
Olivia’s Trains Class 43 HST V5 Sound Functions Paxman or MTU Option
F0:- Front / Tail Lights. Directional
F1:- Power Car Engine Start Up/Shut Down
F2:- High Tone Horn.
F3:- Low Tone Horn.
F4:- Brakes Releasing.
F5:- On = Train Doors Slamming Dispatch Whistle – Turn Off = Guard to Driver right away Driver Replies
F6:- Regional Station Announcements
F7:- Regional Station Announcements
F8:- Cab Door Slam.
F9:- Coach Wail
F10:- Flange Squeal.*
F11:- On Engine Running = Compressor. On Engine Shut Down =Air Cylinder Drain Valve/ Pop
F12:- Drive Hold. ( Old Notch up/Down) See a further explanation Below***
F13:- Rail Clack.*
F14:- No 1 End Cab Light (Power Car)
F15:- No 2 End Cab Light (Dummy Car)
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:- Dummy Car Engine Start Up/Shut Down
* Flange Squeal only operates at low speed turns off over 15mph
*** Drive Hold this replaces notching up & down which was quite hard for us to explain & Locked the Engine rev. Using Drive Hold Press F12 Nothing will happen until you select the speed you require. Still the Loco will not move until you turn off F12 the trick using this is to turn this off before MAX Revs are reached, if not the Loco revs will decrease back to idle. Once the Loco has set off you can increase the speed & engine revs as normal
R4369 A FO
R4369 B FO
Originally conceived as a cheaper, more reliable alternative to the Advanced Passenger Train in the early 1970s, the British Railways Board authorised the development of a prototype High Speed Diesel Train with two locomotives designated as Class 41. These aerodynamic power cars were constructed by British Railways Engineering Ltd at their Crewe Works with Paxman Valenta 12RP200L engines, developing 2,250 hp.
43123 was delivered into service on 14 April 1979 and 43065 on 15 October 1977 and both power cars have had their operational life extended by the fitting of MTU power units at Brush Traction, 43123 being the last of the Valenta engine HSTs. Both cars are easily identified by virtue of the buffers that were fitted during the ‘surrogate’ DVT period and by the fact that they were redesignated as Class 43/4 following their conversion to MTU power. 43123 was renumbered as 43423 on 31 January 2011 and given the name ‘VALENTA 1972-2010’ on 15 May 2011, while 43065 was renumbered 43465 on 31 December 2010, retaining the name ‘City of Edinburgh’ that it had first received on 25 February 1996.
Officially the fastest diesel trains in the world, the High-Speed Trains were introduced by British Rail in 1976, operating 125mph services on the Great Western Main Line and the East Coast Main Line before being introduced to other lines later.
When originally built by BREL at Crewe Works, the InterCity 125 units consisting of a pair of Class 43 power units and a rake of Mk3 coaches, were considered to be diesel multiple units and allocated as Class 253 to the Western Region and Class 254 for the Eastern Region, as it was envisaged that the sets would remain in fixed formation.
At the beginning of April 2006, First Group, having secured the newly combined Greater Western franchise, unveiled a proposed new livery with a graduated blue to purple body colour and horizontal dynamic lines. Originally applied to both coaching stock and power cars, upon refurbishment the power cars received a modified livery of solid blue/purple, minus the dynamic lines
This train pack features representations of power cars No. 43087 ’11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment Royal Logistics Corps’ and No.43098 in First Great Western plain blue livery.
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£6 Royal Mail upto 10kg (Recorded Delivery 2-5 days) from postal Date
£10 DHL Next Day Delivery upto 10kg (from pick up schedule)
£22 DHL upto 1kg insured to £300
£34 DHL Insured to £800
Over 1kg we will discuss the weight & insured value on a per order valuation.
Tel: 0114 3216 160 Or 0114 2647 449.