Corgi Britannia Class 'Charles Dickens' 70033, BR Early Diecast model Scale 1:120

RRP: £35.99
Stock Status: Sold Out
Sorry, this item is out of stock
The British Rail Standard Class 7, otherwise known as the Britannia Class was designed by Robert Riddles for mixed traffic duties.  In all, fifty-five of the Class were built at the BR Crewe Works between January 1951 to September 1954.  The BR Standard Class 7 locomotives took their names from great Britons, Scottish Firths and former Star Class locomotives.
No.70033 entered service in December 1952, the thirty-fourth Britannia Class locomotive built, and was named after the renowned British author Charles Dickens famous for writing Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, David Copperfield, Great Expectations and many more.
Locomotive No.70033 remained in service until July 1967 when it was withdrawn from Kingmoor shed at Carlisle, and scrapped almost a year later in June 1968 by GH Cambell of Airdrie.
This Rail Legends model captures ‘Charles Dickens’ with a BR1 type tender in BR Green with an early BR emblem.
Scale:  1:120
Length:  180mm
Safety Notice:
A detailed die-cast scale model for adult collector. Not Suitable for children under 14 years.
  • Product Code:
  • SKU:
  • EAN:
  • Scale:
    Scale 1/120
  • Type:
  • MPN:
  • Brand:
Not yet reviewed
Write an online review and share your thoughts with other shoppers!
Be the first to review this product