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Pre-War Trains  7mm   1/43

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7 mm Scale Named Train Pre War The Mancu

The Mancunian

TT7PreW MAN   A5 pack   £4.95 

The Mancunian was introduced as a titled train by the London Midland and Scottish Railway in September 1927. Running between London Euston and Manchester London Road. The title was withdrawn on 9 September 1939 for the duration of the Second World War and was re-introduced by British Railways in September 1949.

7 mm Scale Named Train Pre War The Manxm

The Manxman

TT7PreW MANX   A5 pack   £4.95 

This summer only service was introduced as a titled train by the London Midland and Scottish Railway in July 1927. The Manxman ran between London Euston and Liverpool Lime Street allowing passengers to catch ferries to the Isle of Man from Liverpool Pier Head. The title was withdrawn on 9 September 1939 for the duration of the Second World War, and despite having been a popular service, was only to be re-introduced by British Railways during the summer of 1951.

7 mm Scale Named Train Pre War The Mid D

The Mid-Day Scot

TT7PreW MDS   A5 pack   £4.95 

The Mid-Day Scot was first introduced as a titled train by the London Midland and Scottish Railway in September 1927, a few months after the introduction of the Royal Scot. Although it officially lost its name at the beginning of the Second World War, it was so important to the running of operations on the West Coast Main Line that it continued to run, on and off, throughout hostilities. The title was formally conferred back on the service by British Railways in September 1949.

7 mm Scale Named Train Pre War The Palat

The Palatine

TT7PreW PAL   A5 pack   £4.95 

The Comet was introduced as a titled train by the London Midland and Scottish Railway in September 1932. Running between London Euston and Manchester London Road, the name was derived from the contraction of 'Cottonopolis' and 'Metropolis' and not the shooting star. It was one of the fastest trains on the LMS and was so popular that a relief train was often run on Friday evenings. The title was withdrawn on 9 September 1939 for the duration of the Second World War only to be re-introduced in September 1949.

7 mm Scale Named Train Pre War Queen of

Queen of Scots

TT7PreW QS   A5 pack   £4.95 

This luxury Pullman Car express was introduced by the LNER in May 1928. It initially operated between Kings Cross and Edinburgh and this was later extended to Glasgow via Leeds and Harrogate. The locomotives most associated with this service were the Ivatt C1 class Atlantics as well as the Gresley A1 Pacifics. The service was suspended for the duration of the Second World War, only to be re-introduced in July 1948.

7 mm Scale Named Train Pre War Royal Sco

The Royal Scot

TT7PreW RS   A5 pack   £4.95 

The Royal Scot was first introduced as a titled train by the London Midland and Scottish Railway in July 1927. This prestigious express ran between London (Euston) and Glasgow. The LMS introduced a headboard in 1933 which was a cast iron narrow rectangular one with rounded corners This was permanently attached to the central smokebox of No. (4)6100 until rebuilding. The title was withdrawn on 9 September 1939 for the duration of the Second World War only to be re-introduced in February1948.