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92001 - 'Victor Hugo'

SKU ACC2190-92001

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 MTX 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 1 review
Red and Gold of EWS.

The Class 92 has been a main locomotive of mine and one of the best engine classes ever built. I have the Hornby version of EWS 92001 Victor Hugo, and I needed an upgrade from this older 2000s issue. The Class has been one of my faves to run passenger and freight duties and it is time for it to be renewed because of the wear and tear my previous model has gone through. Accurascale' named and other numbered versions of the class have the generators cranking out the stops, with the new tooled models as the replacement. The locomotives judging from the CAD and EP examples are impressive, with their excellent details and the printing of minute signage, as exhibited on the engineering promo sample. We are onto a winner from the model company, and it could be a real steal on all the major magazine polls by the end of the year for Locos, Coaches and Wagons for Accurascale. Though we are getting more companies like KR Models pushing the limits too with their Consett's and Pad Brick wagons. For the time being, how good are the Class 92 models will look on close inspection only time will tell upon release. For me, I do hope to be seeing red and gold flying past me on the stretch of the upline, with the flash of DB Schenker red on the downline.