Hornby R3852 Ruston 48DS 417892 ‘Jim’
Hornby R3852 Ruston 48DS
In DVLR Industrial Green Livery.
Pre- Order Due Aug 2021!
£ 90 – Analogue.
£171 – Decoder Fitted (Lok Pilot & Stay Alive).
£271 – ESU V5 Olivia’s Sound & Stay Alive Fitted.
*Due To size of the model, We fit the Stay Alive as standard to either DCC Or Sound fitted models.
Additional Work Available- DCC Fitted Only.
£60 – Working Lights
£ 7 – Working Cab Light.
The Stay Alive Unit allows up to 2 seconds of running without track power.
Just the job if your loco stalls on points.
Ruston Class ESU V5 Sound Functions
Updated June 2019
F 0 Directional Head Lights
F 1 Engine Start Up / Shut Down
F 2 Horn
F 3 Horn
F 4 Brake Release
F 5 On = Buffer Clash Off = Coupling
F 8 Cab Door
F10 Flange Squeal
F12 Air Cylinder
F13 Rail Clack
F14 Fade Out sound
F15 Cab Light
R&H No. 417892 left Boultham Works on 25 August 1958 fitted with the newer R&H VRH engine No. 441501, ordered by Sir William Arrol & Co. Ltd at Glasgow’s Parkhead Crane Works. In 1975 the locomotive was sold on to Crossley Scrap Merchants in Shipley, where it worked until 1982. Sold into preservation, 417892 was restored and moved to the Derwent Valley Light Railway at Murton Park on 18 August 1990, where it still resides.
Tel: 0114 3216 160 Or 0114 2647 449.