Baguley-Drewry 70hp Diesel ICI Orange/Grey 05 587

Bachmann 392-028
Scale(s): 1:76 Scale, OO9 Scale
GM Part Number: B392-028
Baguley-Drewry 70hp Diesel ICI Orange/Grey 05 587
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Description

Baguley-Drewry 70hp Diesel ICI Orange/Grey 05 587

The seventy horsepower, 4 wheel diesel-hydraulic locomotives were built by Baguley-Drewry in Burton Upon Trent at the start of the 1980s and were some of the final locomotives to be outshopped by the company which closed its doors in 1984. Ordered by the Ministry of Defence for use in the Royal Navy Armaments Depots in Wales at Milford Haven and Trecwn, the fleet was later transferred to Dean Hill in Wiltshire which remained operational until 2004. In 2009, the remaining railway assets were sold off giving the Baguley-Drewrys a second life in preservation or at private railways. Originally built to a gauge of 2ft. 6in., some has since been re-gauged to suit the varying gauges used by the narrow gauge railways that they now call home.

Model

1:76 Scale model of a Baguley-Drewry 70hp Diesel Locomotive decorated in Private Owner livery. This model features lots of expertly applied details as based on the prototype, a high level of body detail and excellent running characteristics.

Features

  • 1:76 Scale Model
  • Analogue DC Model
  • Stirrup (OO9) Couplings
  • Highly Detailed Finish

Contents

  • 1 x Bachmann Diesel Locomotive


Specifications

OperatorPrivate Owner
ClassBaguley-Drewry 70hp
InterfaceNEXT18
Motor TypeCoreless

Measurements

Length59mm
Minimum Radius228mm



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