We have discounted the range of O gauge Class 128 Parcels units from Heljan to just £295 each, down from the RRP of £599. Much like its OO counterpart, the O gauge 128 features a highly detailed chassis and underframe, digital provision in the form of a 21-pin socket, directional lighting, sprung buffers and much more. These are superb runners thanks to a heavy diecast chassis and a low-profile motor that's even strong enough to haul a few coaches behind.
The Class 128 was introduced by British Rail in 1959. Just 10 were built by the Gloucester Railway Carriage and Wagon company, each with two 230hp engines. There was no passenger accommodation on the units and instead featured special parcel racks and bike storage at each end. Although not produced in huge numbers, the class were heavily used across BR's London Midland and Western regions and survived in service until 1991, when the last one was scrapped.
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Variations Available to Order
8910 - W55991 in BR green with speed whiskers - £295 BARGAIN (RRP: £599)
8911 - W55993 in BR green with speed whiskers - £295 BARGAIN (RRP: £599)
8912 - W55992 in BR green with yellow doors - £295 BARGAIN (RRP: £599)
8913 - M55994 in BR blue with yellow ends - £295 BARGAIN (RRP: £599)
8914 - W55991 in BR blue - weathered - £295 BARGAIN (RRP: £599)
8950 - M55995 in BR blue with full yellow ends - £295 BARGAIN (RRP: £599)
8951 - 55993 in Royal Mail red - £295 BARGAIN (RRP: £599)
M55998 at Manchester Victoria in 1982. Photo by Hugh Llewelyn.
(Information provided by Wikipedia)
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