Bachmann 38-627 FGA BR Freightliner Outer Container Flat(x2) Maritime containers

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller c37lg (2,642) 100%, Location: Oakham, Ships to: GB & many other countries, Item: 153263817941 Bachmann 38-627 FGA BR Freightliner Outer Container Flat(x2) Maritime containersBrand new in box. Never pay more than £5.50 for postage on your total order from us! All international sales via the ebay Global Shipping Program at extra cost. And don't forget we are an authorisd Bachmann Agent, so your purchase is fully warranted. All proceed from the auction goes to the upkeep and maintenance of 37003.Introduction The Class 37 Locomotive Group (C37LG) is a group of rail enthusiasts dedicated to preserving and operating working examples of English Electric Type 3 (British Rail Class 37) locomotives for the general public, and to promote their interest and history, being part of our nation's industrial and railway heritage. The C37LG is a non-profit making organisation, and is registered as a Charity Reference Number : 1137787The group has members all over the country, and internationally, and is managed by a committee elected by members.What do we do?We own 37003 ... and maintain our website, as the premier internet resource for anything and everything to do with 37s Our Loco37003: Released 28 December 1960 from English Electric Vulcan Foundry, Works Number EE/VF2866/D582, numbered D6703 in British Railways all-over green, and part of the first batch of Type 3s (D6700-D6703) delivered during 1960. D6703 was initially allocated to Stratford depot (30A) for duties including Class 1 trains to/from London Liverpool Street. Later, she was allocated to various other Eastern Region depots: Tinsley, Thornaby, Healey Mills, Gateshead and Immingham. Our loco has carried two names: in April 1963 she was named "First East Anglian Regiment", but the name was never unveiled; much later, while based at Tinsley in 1989, 37003 received an unofficial 'painted-on' nameplate "TIGER MOTH", which she carried until overhauled at Doncaster in 1992 (and repainted in 'Dutch' civil engineer's livery).37003 was withdrawn from traffic in 1994 and stored at Bescot and Crewe, until purchase by the Group in 1998.She was then rebuilt pretty much from the ground up: everything from installing a new power unit (from 37073!) via rebuilding the cabs down to refitting the original buffer-beam skirts - until in 2003 she was restarted for the first time in preservation. By late 2004, in a fresh coat of Rail Blue and with reinstated headcode blinds, she was ready to haul her first passenger train since her BR days37003 is currently at UKRL in Leicester being restored to 1960's condition. You can follow her progress in the Loco Progress section of our website. She will be available to attend diesel galas and other preservation events soon - please contact us by email if you'd like to know more!If you like what you see, why not join us via the Membership section of our website, or just send us a donation via the donate link on our websites front page. Condition: New, Modified Item: No, MPN: Does Not Apply, Brand: Bachmann Insights Exclusive
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