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ACCUCRAFT TRAINS

MUSEUM QUALITY BRASS MODELS

To check out the current full Accucraft range see the Accucraft UK, Accucraft USA and Accucraft Europe website website

 

Last goods delivered to this station 24 September 2018

 

(Sound on this page is of Ex LNER B1 No.61264 leaving Perth)


If there is anything or any detail of anything I have in stock that you want to see I can e-mail you a picture. Just ask.


I can supply, mostly to order, the ACCUCRAFT TRAINS range

Accucraft Trains are museum quality brass locomotives available with electric motor drive or live steam. These are expensive models but the quality is amazing. Electric locos have Pittman motors running on 0-24 volts and are made to 1:20.5 scale.

A Baugley-Drewery 0-6-0 Diesel is scheduled for re release later this year.

Accucraft now also have a range of 1:32 mainline models such as the A1 and LNER A4 along with matching coaches and freight wagons. The last model produced in this scale was the Victory 0-6-0tank which has had rave reviews. See it here https://youtu.be/JUBcKgM4t1w

A range of British outline L&B and W&L wagons plus US style box cars, gondolas and cabooses are also made.

To make your own W&L or L&B trucks I can supply wheels, axleboxes and couplings


A range of 45mm brass track now available, brass code 332 flexi track Euro style sleepers. This is compatible with LGB and Aristocraft track. This is very reasonable in price when compared to other makes (note the 6ft track cannot be posted):

 

G202-01 - 6ft x 12 pieces -Check for prices

G202-03 - 3ft x 12 pieces

G201-91 - Rail joiners x 12

There is also a range of set track and points

See the Accucraft UK, website


 

RAGLETH. Now discontinued - new model late 2018 but one in stock.

 


Locomotives and stock shown below is just as an illustration of what Accuraft looks like. Please contact me for current availability or check my sales page where I show (more or less up to date) actual items I have for sale

 
 

Still sometimes available are the Welshpool and Llanfair coaches, coach and composite, to go with the Earl/Countess live steam loco -

Composite with VOR Owain

Composite with loco


Isle of Man bogie coaches. These were made (the real ones) by placing two 4 wheel coaches on a long chassis. There will be composite, brake composite and all third versions. They are recommended for minimum 3ft radius curves, supplied with 32mm and 45 mm wheels, they are 585mm long -

Isle of Man Composite coach


CALEDONIA - Live steam blue or red and electric in red. discontinued

Caledonia in action with  4 coaches

Isle of Man 4 wheel coaches/brake coaches -no longer available new

Isle of Man coach close up


Black 5 - Previous Accucraft model

Black 5 - Early BR


 

Isle of Man 2-4-0 Electric and steam , coming soon LOCH

 

Live Steam Baldwin 4-4-0 from. -4 versions of Baldwin 4-4-0 live steam in 1:20.3 scale (SPC Red, SPC Green, NCNG Grass Valley and D&RG Col Boone).  


 

 

A look at the Accucraft locomotive Lynton and Barnstaple "LYN" - live steam - Discontinued

LYN from the side


Whitcombe 4 wheel industrial diesel - Heavy all metal construction with Pitman motor, Delrin chain drive to the second axle, working suspension and lights - Now sold out

 

Whitcombe in action

(Thanks to P Bakke)



K27 - Was available in the live steam (as shown) version or electric - superb - Now sold out

K27


Shay - Live steam 2 cylinder (as shown) - what more can I say? (thanks to two happy owner/drivers)

Live steam SHAY

Shay with modifications from the other side


Shay again - Live steam 3 cylinder this time - may still be available to order - (thanks to D Sherman) - to order

3 truck live steam Shay


And the steam or electric version of the Shay

Electric Accucraft Shay


Just in case you missed the live steam Garrett (and you most likely did as their were only 70 worldwide - first run) in late 2006 here are a few pictures of it.

  Garrett - live steam

 

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