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92001 - 'Victor Hugo'

SKU ACC2190-92001DCC
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92001 – ‘Victor Hugo'

  • EWS Maroon

Note: Photographs depict the decorated samples, which will receive additional corrections and finesse before delivery.

Common Features:

  • Highly detailed OO scale model, 1:76.2
  • Die-cast Alloy metal chassis
  • Provided DCC ready [21Pin MTC Socket] or Factory DCC Sound Fitted
  • Separately applied etched metal and high fidelity plastic detail parts, including grab handles, steps, wipers, nameplates, crests and more.
  • Correct height mini-tension-lock couplers with NEM socket as well as a fully detailed bufferbeam
  • High Performance traction, to include;
    • Five-Pole motor with two flywheels
    • Metal Helical Gear box for maximum performance and slow speed running
    • Gearing arranged for accurate top speed
    • DCC ready with PowerPack capacitor for uninterrupted power
    • All wheel drive and all wheel pickup
  • Dual motorised Pantographs with full DCC control
  • Fully detailed Lighting Pack, including:
    • Directional lighting, DC and DCC
    • Lighting clusters with appropriate day and night-time modes
    • Red and white marker lights
    • Separately switched cab lighting and illuminated, details driver’s console, auto off on movement
  • RP25-110 wheels OO wheels with provision for re-gauging to p4 (18.83mm) and EM (18mm) gauge
  • Two quality speakers with large sound capsules for best possible sound (*on sound fitted models)
  • Fully sprung metal buffers
  • Extra fine factory-fitted pipework

Minimum Radius 438mm (2nd Radius Set-track)

Customer Reviews

Based on 37 reviews
David R.
A very finely detailed loco

This is one of the finest engines I have purchased. From the box that it arrived in, the detail, the extremely smooth running, I could find no faults

Alexander F.
A 'Pan' above the rest!

I was fortunate to see 92001 in the metal at the 'The Plant 150' event at Doncaster Works back in July 2003. At 12 years old, this was the first time that I'd ever visited an active locomotive works. Of all the locomotives present, the 92 really stood out to me, not only for its sheer size and presence, but because of its striking modern look and EWS livery. I hoped one day that I'd be able to have a model of the real thing. Years later I picked up the Hornby (ex-Lima) example and it sure did get a lot of use on the layout. I sold the model some years ago now.

When Accurascale announced the 92 a few years ago I was overjoyed and pleased to see that 92001 formed part of the first run. It was an absolute must for me. Flash, or should that be 'pan', forward to late 2022 and now with the model in my possession, all I can say is, wow! The Deltics are fantastic but this is on a whole new level altogether.

I must confess that I did get a tad emotional upon opening the box as it brought back the memories of walking around Donny Works and seeing 'Victor Hugo' with my Dad. It really is a superb model and besides the fantastic detail and quality sound, it has a huge weight to it. I spend an awful lot of time just looking at it and the operational pantographs are a sight to behold. The sound functionality is first rate and as you would expect, the running quality is excellent.

Highly recommended and you won't be disappointed. :)

Damian B.
Perfection on 12 wheels

When I rediscovered my interest in model railways a few years ago I couldn’t believe the level of detail now being produced by some manufacturers. This was about a year before Accurascale hit the streets.

After dusting down my old BR Blue Lima and Hornby collection from the late 70s I quickly realised that these were going to struggle to run again, besides the wheels were huge and my old track rusty.

So I set about trying to figure out where to start from the second time around. I loved the colours on the new liveries and quickly settled on Colas and EWS as my new favourites. Then a brand new Class 90 was announced and promised to be one of the most detailed models ever. I paid my deposit and waited.
and waited
and waited.

Then thankfully Accurascale came on the scene with their Class 90. Hesitant at first I held back, but they soon made good their promises, in every way, and I succumbed.

I took delivery of my new Accurascale 90001 a few weeks ago and javen't looked back. Absolutely lovely model. I am so glad Accurascale were the company who eventually made the Class 90, I don’t believe anyone else could have gotten even close.

J H.
Excellent livery

Absolutely excellent model ever

Jonathan H.
Blown away by the Dyson!

I am lucky enough to have both Victor Hugo and Charles Dickens with sound, they are just superb machines, the pantographs, the instrument display that lights up and the details all over the roof, the box itself and the instruction book in French and English plus the yellow warning flash cards with details on how to unclip the pan….oh and the sound it makes when breaking it’s just awesome🙂

craig g.
Absolutely worth it!

Looks great and a pleasure to watch it run. If I could I would buy another. Fantastic bit of kit.

Paul S.

Outstanding model. Beautiful livery, nice and crisp throughout.

michael s.
Master class 92

Fantastic model. This sets the bench mark for other manufacturers to take notice. Excellent detail, sound and a top class finish.

June D.
Victor Hugo

The loco arrived the day after I ordered it. Looks amazing and runs really well. Very satisfied

Dellanie B.
Finally... a first class 92

The morning I got my Class 92, I must've felt like a kid on Christmas day. As the fourth manufacturer to join my collection, I must say I'm incredibly impressed with the detail and finish on these models.

I went for a DC version, and will likely upgrade with DCC Sound in future. Packaging is well protected. Absolutely love the detailing on the bogies and the pantograph areas, and the Accurascale took the time to highlight and pick out the different colours. In all, very well satisfied customer.

There are a few cons, the couplers on mine were pretty weak and fell out quite easily. PCB was quite visible through the grills. The pantograph on my 92 was also slightly detached at one end. And I wish in future, something like the Polo mints could be engineered differently. I've heard the reasons for having it as a body moulding, but I would have rather this stayed flat... and I 3D printed my own substitute (to keep the colour and lines crisper).

Eagerly looking forward to the Class 37 (which will be DCC sound fitted this time... mwahahaha). Now if Accurascale could add an Electrostar, Class 465/Class 325, Voyager, 8f, Cl 08 or Cl 43 to the lineup, we'll certainly have to talk turkey in future.