31-265ASF DCC SOUND Class 419 MLV S68002 BR (SR) Green. Brand new model from our new Yorkshire model railway shop. Analogue Users: Please note that normal load running sounds and any other automatic or randomised sounds will also operate when this model is used on analogue control (DC) straight from the box! Pristine BR (SR) Green livery. Powerful 5 Pole Motor with Flywheel.SOUND FITTED - Fitted with a ESU Loksound V5DDC Sound Decoder - See below for the function list. F0 - Directional Lights - On/Off. F1 - Sound - On/Off. F3 - Air Horn (High).
F4 - Air Horn (Various). F6 - Southern Region Whistle. F7 - 3rd Rail Arcing. F10 - On - Guard's Whistle / Off - Driver's Response. F12 - On - Driver's Single Buzzer / Off - Guard's Response.
F13 - On - Driver's Double Buzzer / Off - Guard's Response. F14 - On - Cab Door Opening / Off - Cab Door Closing. F17 - Air Tank Drain Down. F18 - Fade All Sounds. F19 - Mute (Latch) / Volume Cycles 6 Levels (Trigger).Alterative Brake sounds can be selected via CV changes. /Alternative Horn characteristics can be selected via CV changes.
Alternative Coupling sounds can be selected via CV changes. Alternative Rail Clank sound can be selected via CV change.Ten single car Motor Luggage Vans (MLV) were built between 1959 and 1961 to provide additional luggage carrying capacity for boat trains operating on the newly electrified Kent Coast line from London to ports on the South Coast which connected with cross-channel ferries. They were designed to be fully compatible with units that operated services on the stretch of the South Eastern network between London and the Kent ports, principally 4CEP and 4BEP units (later Class 411 and 410 respectively). Each MLV was also fitted with two sets of batteries which were charged by a motor generator during operation on the third rail electrified lines - this enabled the vehicles to work independently and away from electrified routes which was particularly useful upon reaching the ferry ports in the south. Originally numbered S68001-S68010, with the implementation of TOPS (Total Operating Processing System) the MLVs were designated Class 419 with numbers in the series 419001 - 419010. When renumbered, the units retained their original numbers on the bodysides (albeit without the'S' prefix) and the last four digits of the new TOPS number were applied to the unit ends. 419004 was the subject of a robbery in March 1989 whilst working a Brighton to London Bridge service. Withdrawals commenced in 1994 and all had been retired by 2004, although remarkably only two examples were lost - the other eight having been preserved. This item is in the category "Collectables\Model Railways & Trains\Railways & Trains\Locomotives".
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