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Please browse my fine selection of Gauge 'O' and Gauge '1' finescale models using the page menu on the left. For PC or Laptop users, click on the menu items on the left of each page to open up the Products pages and then click on a photograph to display the item with its description and photo gallery. For iPad or other tablet users, you may have to click on the 'menu' icon on the top right-hand side of the page to open up the menu options. I will try to find a way to resolve this issue. There is plenty more new stock coming shortly so please come back often.

IMPORTANT NOTES :

(1) All models offered for sale on the pages of this website are in Gauge 'O' (a scale of 7mm = 1 foot) EXCEPT those shown on the 'GAUGE 1' Page (where the scale is 10mm = 1 foot).

(2) The majority of models are Direct Current (DC) powered. Where models are fitted for Digital Command Control (DCC), some with sound, this information will be clearly stated in the model's description.

(3) Models shown on the website with a price in the descriptive text are usually still available for purchase. The website does not have a 'basket' type ordering facility but please email your requirements to ENQUIRIES@STEAMLINE.CO.UK and we will respond.

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A fine model by Finescale Brass/Sancheng of BR ex- LMS Stanier ‘Duchess’ Pacific No. 46251 ‘City of Nottingham’ . This is lined and finished by Conrad Cooper in BR lined maroon with late crest, electrification flashes and with shedplate 5A Crewe North. With all the usual Sancheng refinements including superb cab detail. The prototype was into service from Crewe Works to Crewe North shed in June 1944 and always ran with the same de-streamlined tender. It was withdrawn from Crewe North in October 1964 having covered 1,236,546 recorded miles (but probably more than that as record keeping ceased when writing was on the wall for steam). The final resting place was Cashmores (Great Bridge, Staffordshire) as one of the 1134 steam locomotives cut up there. Those West Midlands lads were quick with the blowtorch and 46251 had gone by the end of 1964.