The British Rail Derby Lightweight diesel multiple units, were the first such trains to be built en-masse for British Railways. The units were built at BR’s Derby Works from 1954 to 1955. The units were built in various formations, including 12 power-twin 2-car units, 84 power-trailer 2-car units, and four 4-car units. The two single car units were originally built as a two-car unit and then split two years later when demand came about. Contemporaneous with these units was the unique Battery Electric Multiple Unit.
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Finished Kit :
Ready to Run :
£150.00 with Hornby chassis
This is a DC Kit model made up and fitted onto a Hornby chassis unit.