Class 24

Initially built as a pilot order of 20 new type 2 locomotives the success of the class resulted in a total of 151 of these locos being built. Later versions had a headcode box in place of the disks of this model. Initially for the London Midland Region they were eventually to be found in many areas of the country during the 1960s. This locomotive model was built by Michael Whiteley.

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Livery and weathering details: (click for a larger image)
The loco has three different livery variations.

Choice of different numbers, these are randomly allocated or can be manually selected
BR green livery
BR two-tone green livery - yellow warning panels
BR two-tone green livery - full yellow ends

Working vac pipes and couplings

(The same system implemented on the wagons)

Changeable headcodes

Both front and rear headcode disks can be changed in Surveyor and Driver or via the driver command.

Crew figures

Animated driving crew figures look around and out of the windows.

Crew figures

Driving crew automatically changes to the 'forward' end of the loco.

Tail lamps.

Tail lamps can be added to the left, right, or both sides at either end of the loco.

Opening cab doors .

Cab doors can be closed, slightly open, or fully open.

Custom cab

A fully featured custom cab is included with the loco.


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Headcode command compatible support for the headcode driver command
Animated wipers . Windscreen wipers can be started/stopped from the cab.
Fuel usage . The locomotives will use, and require, diesel fuel.
Authentic horn and engine sounds Class-specific engine and horn sounds.


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