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LNER A4 4-6-2 4468 Mallard DCC sound - Era 3

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Original price £218.99
Original price £218.99 - Original price £218.99
Original price £218.99
Current price £200.99
£200.99 - £200.99
Current price £200.99

Hornby’s model of the striking ‘A4’ Pacific provides a stand-out model to start or expand a journey into TT:120 scale. Replicating one of the most recognisable steam locomotive classes built, Hornby’s Gresley ‘A4’ 4-6-2 combines a highly popular design with user-friendly Bluetooth-controlled Digital sound. Buy now from the Key Model World Shop for £200.99 (RRP£218.99).

The Gresley ‘A4’ 4-6-2s were introduced in 1935 with striking art-deco streamlining and the locomotives became synonymous as the premier motive power of the London North Eastern Railway. A class renowned for speed, the new addition for TT:120 scale from Hornby replicates world steam speed record holder 4468 Mallard in original 1938 LNER garter blue, as also preserved today at the NRM in York.

The locomotive perfectly captures the distinctive streamlining, complete with full valances and eye-catching blue. The model is fitted with Hornby’s innovative Triplex Sound (TXS) DCC decoder via a Next18 decoder socket in the tender, together with a 15mm x 11mm cube speaker pre-installed. Suitable for the late 1930s (era 3) this rendition of 4468 is ideal for use alongside Hornby’s Scotsman trainset, and perfect for use with Hornby’s super detailed Pullmans and forthcoming Gresley Teak range of carriages.

Product highlights include:

  • Gresley ‘A4’ 4-6-2 4468 Mallard in LNER garter blue
  • DCC sound fitted with Triplex Sound (TXS) Bluetooth Next18 decoder
  • Factory fitted 15mm x 11mm cube speaker for high quality sound delivery
  • NEM standard couplings
  • Famous addition to any layout set from the early 1920s (era 3) and ideal expansion to The Scotsman trainset (TT1001M/TT1001TXSM)

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