4 mm scale models

British Rail Class 123 Swindon Inter City DMU

BR Class 123 Swindon Inter City DMU Blue/Grey with full yellow end

BR Class 123 Swindon Inter City DMU Blue/Grey with full yellow end

The Class 123 was a design of Diesel Multiple Unit built for British Rail in 1963. They were built by British Rail at Swindon Works, and designed like all Swindon units as inter-city sets. Ten of the four-car sets were built and introduced in 1963.

Swindon-built DMUs, including the Class 123 and 124, had a structure and internal construction with much more in common with BR Mk1 coaching stock than they do with many DMU classes. The carriage underframes were standard main-line 63 ft 6 in frames, as opposed to the 57 ft 0 in frames common to most 1st generation DMUs. The units were provided with Mk1-style “Pullman” gangways instead of the “British Standard Gangways” fitted to most contemporary DMUs of the period. It was also unusual for a first-generation DMU to sport a front end gangway. None of these units have made it to preservation.

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BR Class 123 Swindon IC Blue/Grey with full yellow end - end view

BR Class 123 Blue/Grey with full yellow end – end view

BR Class 123 Swindon IC DMU Green with yellow end gangway

BR Class 123 Green with yellow end gangway – end view

BR Class 123 Swindon IC Green with yellow end gangway

BR Class 123 Green with yellow end gangway

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3 Car – £240.00 with Hornby DCC ready chassis

4 Car – £305.00 with Hornby DCC ready chassis

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