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IR / IÉ 101 Class (B Class) A1A-A1A BRC&W

The 101 Class was manufactured by the Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon Works at Dukinfield Works and numbered B101-B112. They were fitted with Sulzer 6LDA28 engines and Metropolitan Vickers traction motors. They were delivered to IÉ during 1956 and 1957 and were intended for mixed traffic use on branch lines, hauling both freight and passenger trains. They found regular use primarily on...

IR / IÉ 601 Class (G Class) 0-4-0 Deutz

The 601 Class locomotives were built in 1956 & 1957, by Motorenfabrik Deutz in Cologne, Germany. They were 3 small shunting locomotives (601, 602 & 603) of B wheel arrangement and were fitted with a Deutz V8 F/A8L 714 engine of 130hp and Voith hydraulic transmission with a chain final drive. They weighed only 18 tons and had a maximum speed of 32 kilometres per hour (20 mph). They were withdrawn from...

IR / IÉ 2600 Class Railcar AEC/Park Royal

  This is a BR Cravens unit, modified and painted in the style of the CIE AEC railcars. Models may be purchased as two car powered units with unpowered centre coaches available enabling the modeller to create up to 5 car units which ran on the railway. The Córas Iompair Éireann (CIÉ) 2600 Class were AEC engined, Park Royal bodied railcars that operated intercity and suburban services on the CIÉ system...

IR / IÉ Ex 2600 Class Railcar Push/Pull Conversion

This is a BR Cravens unit, modified and painted in the style of the CIE AEC railcars.  These unpowered cars can be used to create the push-pull trains usually run in conjunction with the 201 class locos. The Córas Iompair Éireann (CIÉ) 2600 Class were AEC engined, Park Royal bodied railcars that operated intercity and suburban services on the CIÉ system between 1951 and 1975. Many were later converted for...

IR / IÉ Mk3 Suburban Sets

These vehicles are unpowered. Other Livery Options Kit : Finished Kit : Ready to Run : N/A N/A £215.00 for 3 car set consisting of 1 Driving Trailer and 2...

IR / IÉ Mk3 Driving Trailer

Kit complete except for wheels, paints, transfers. This vehicle is unpowered. Other Livery Options Kit : Finished Kit : Ready to Run...

IR / IÉ Mk3 Suburban Coach

This vehicle is unpowered. Other Livery Options Kit : Finished Kit : Ready to Run...

IR / IÉ Mk3 Mainline Coach

This vehicle is unpowered. Other Livery Options Kit : Finished Kit : Ready to Run...

IR / IÉ Generating Steam Van (Dutch)

Kit complete except for wheels, couplings, paints, transfers. This vehicle is unpowered. Other Livery Options Kit : Finished Kit : Ready to Run...

IR / IÉ Generating Steam Van

Kit complete except for wheels, couplings, paints, transfers. This vehicle is unpowered. Ex BR mk1 BSK Other Livery Options Kit : Finished Kit : Ready to Run...

IR / IÉ Electricity Generating Van

Kit complete except for wheels, paints, transfers. This vehicle is unpowered. Other Livery Options Kit : Finished Kit : Ready to Run...

IR / IÉ Weed Van

Kit complete except for wheels, couplings, paints, transfers. This vehicle is unpowered. Kit : Finished Kit : Ready to Run...

IR / IÉ 601 Class (G Class) 0-4-0 Deutz

The 601 Class locomotives were built in 1956 & 1957, by Motorenfabrik Deutz in Cologne, Germany. They were 3 small shunting locomotives (601, 602 & 603) of B wheel arrangement and were fitted with a Deutz V8 F/A8L 714 engine of 130hp and Voith hydraulic transmission with a chain final drive. They weighed only 18 tons and had a maximum speed of 32 kilometres per hour (20 mph). They were withdrawn from service...

IR / IÉ 201 Class (C Class) Bo-Bo Metropolitan Vickers

The 201 Class was manufactured by Metropolitan Vickers at Dukinfield Works, Manchester. They were the lighter and less powerful versons of the 001 Class locomotives. They were delivered to IÉ during 1957 and 1958, and were intended for mixed traffic use on branch lines. Unfortunately, they suffered badly from the unreliability of their Crossley engines, which were underpowered even when they did work.  As a...

IR / IÉ 001 Class (A Class) Co-Co Metropolitan Vickers

Built in 1955 by Metropolitan Vickers, the 001 Class locomotives were the workhorses of the Irish railway network for forty years, on passenger and freight until the mid-1990s. As with the BR Class 28 they suffered badly from the unreliability of their Crossley engines.  The solution was the progressive conversion of the entire fleet with General Motors engines starting in 1968. These locomotives were originally...

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