32-416SF DCC SOUND Class 24/0 24035 Disc Headcode BR Blue. Brand new model from our new Yorkshire Model Railway shop. Bachmann have taken a fresh look at the classic Class 24/0 and designed this model from the rails up, developing new tooling to incorporate a wealth of detail coupled with an exquisite livery application.
Features include working directional and cab lighting. Accessory Pack included fully decorated Bufferbeam Pipework. Supplied with a selection of Discs allowing you to choose the headcode arrangement that suits your needs. Powerful 5 Pole Motor with Twin Flywheels. Detailed and Decorated Cab Interior.Lighting can be controlled by chassis-mounted switches or via DCC. SOUND FITTED - Fitted with a Zimo MX644C Sound Decoder - See below for the function list. F0 - Directional Lights - On/Off (plus Light Switch Sound). F1 - Warm Engine Start-up / Shut-down (With F8 On - Cold Engine Start-up). F3 - Single Horn (Speed Related). F4 - Two-Tone Horn (Speed Related). F5 - On - Light Engine / Off - Heavy train.
F6 - Engine Idle / Coasting. F8 - Cold Start (engage F8 before F1). F9 - Flange Squeal (Speed Related).
F14 - Cooler Group Fan. F17 - Auto Wagon Buffering. F18 - On - Driver's Door Open / Off - Driver's Door Close.
F19 - Fade All Sounds. 1 End (Fan) Directional Lights Off. 2 End (non-Fan) Directional Lights Off. F22 - Cab Light On/Off. 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!
The widely travelled British Railways Class 24 diesel-electric locomotives, also known as the Sulzer Type 2, were built from 1958 to 1961. One hundred and fifty-one were built at BR's Derby, Crewe and Darlington Works, the first twenty of them as part of the British Railways 1955 Modernisation Plan.This Class was used as the basis for the development of the Class 25 locomotives. Initial deliveries were for operation in the Crewe and Derby areas, but fifteen of the initial twenty were diverted for use on the Southern Region to cover for delays in the Kent Coast Electrification scheme. All Class 24s were powered by the reliable 6LDA28-A Sulzer engine which gave an output of 1,160bhp. Disc headcodes were fitted to all Class 24/0s along with large fuel tanks and water tanks for the steam heat boilers, although these were later removed in many cases.
The first Class 24 was withdrawn in 1967 following fire damage but the last remained in service until 1980. 24061 also survived until 1987 thanks to its transfer to Departmental use and was one of four Class 24s to be preserved. The Bachmann Branchline range also includes both disc headcode and headcode box versions of the Class 24/1 locomotives. This item is in the category "Collectables\Model Railroads & Trains\Railroads & Trains\Locomotives".
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