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BR Mk1 Brake Second E34735 - Era 5

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Original price £37.49
Original price £37.49 - Original price £37.49
Original price £37.49
Current price £33.99
£33.99 - £33.99
Current price £33.99
SKU TT4002

Hornby’s TT:120 scale rolling stock continues to develop with the addition of vital British Railways Mk1 brake carriages. With multiple numbers and liveries to choose from, the new Mk1 range is a must for both new and seasoned modellers. Add this carriage to your collection from the Key Model World Shop for £33.99 (RRP £37.49). 

Covering numerous diagrams, the British Railways Mk1 range was introduced from 1951 to provide a standardised design combined influence from pre-BR carriages. The Mk1 quickly became ubiquitous on any passenger service throughout the 1950s and 60s and still form the backbone of carriage stock used on many heritage railways today.

The all-new Hornby TT:120 Mk1 range now includes the widely used Brake Second Corridor (BSK). Offered as E34735 in BR lined maroon, this BSK features fine moulded detail with internal corridor, flush glazing and accurate decoration. Suited to a layout of any region of British Railways set after 1957 (era 5), this BSK can even singularly form a short branch line train.

A brake carriage is vital to any set of coaches, and this BSK is the perfect companion to Hornby’s TT:120 range of BR late crest liveried Pacifics and other carriage designs. With more liveries in development, the new Mk1 BSK is sure to find a home with any TT:120 model railway depicting the heyday of British Railways right through to the present.

Product highlights include:

  • British Railways Mk1 Brake Second Corridor E34735 in BR lined maroon

  • Kinematic couplings realism and reliable running

  • Turned metal wheels

  • Fine detail and printed decoration

  • Universal type and a vital component to any set of carriages

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