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D9014 The Duke of Wellington's Regiment

SKU ACC2164D9014
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D9014 – ‘The Duke of Wellington’s Regiment’

  • BR green with wrap-around yellow nose panels
  • Headcode: alpha-numeric
  • Windscreen wipers: two per pane
  • Train heating: steam heat
  • Leading cab side window: present
  • Horn position: buffer beam
  • Nose front sandbox hatches: present
  • Battery compartment louvres: present
  • High intensity headlight: not fitted
  • Windshield air vents: not fitted
  • Upper central lamp iron: fitted
  • Bogies: cast

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
  • Timeframe specific details, including but not limited to;
    • Bogies (Cast and Fabricated)
    • Horn positions
    • Exhaust ports
    • Headcode panels
    • Windscreen wipers
    • Cab side windows
    • Sandbox hatches
    • Louvres
    • Headlights
    • Cab air vents
    • Train heating equipment
    • Lamp irons
    • Shed codes
  • 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 so locomotive can achieve a scale top speed of 120 mph (193 km/h)
    • DCC ready with PowerPack capacitor for uninterrupted power
    • All wheel drive and all wheel pickup
  • Fully detailed Lighting Pack, including:
    • Directional lighting, DC and DCC
    • Marker lights can be turned off when train is coupled to loco
    • High intensity headlight function where applicable
    • Separately switched cab lighting and illuminated, details driver’s console, auto off on movement
    • Engine bay lighting
  • RP25-110 wheels OO wheels with provision for re-gauging to p4 and EM 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 43 reviews
Ian Y.

I have not run the locomotive as yet but I will say it is a beautiful model although two of the steps on the corners of the model have fallen off and I'm still waiting for the info sheets and packing that was missing from the box when the model arrived.

Peter K.
Stunning detail

This model is outstanding, no damage, no minute parts broken, no paint bleed, and glue marks. Definitely the best detailed loco I have ever owned.

Craig C.
High Level Of Detail At Affordable Prices

One of the best OO locomotives on the market. High level of detail and sound functions. The model does need to be handled with care as the details are delicate. Look forward to the forthcoming Class 37 and 92. Accurascale are fast becoming a market leader. Well done to all involved.

John R.
Fantastic class 55

This model sets the standard for other manufacturers to try attain!

Donald W.
Deltic small problems

Superb model apart from various small parts falling off, and speaker vibration problems, all can be sorted out, can't wait for the class 92 and the class 37, they look brilliant.

Christopher L.
An Excellent First Locomotive

Upon first opening the box, it became readily apparent how heavy this model is. That weight, combined with a powerful motor gives it an incredible tractive effort. It can haul every coach that I own without hesitation, even around my tiny setup which is still just a slightly expanded train set.

The detailing is incredibly realistic, yet also very sturdy. I am able to handle the model from most angles without any hint of things braking off. There is more detail, in fact, than I knew that there was to portray on the prototype.

The only negative thing I can find is that the motor doesn't quite have the torque to run smoothly at the lower speeds.

Overall, an excellent model at an excellent price, and well worth it for anybody that is a fan of the Deltics. I look forward to further locomotives from Accurascale.

Adam C.
Accurascale Deltic

After a long wait the Deltic arrived. And it was worth the wait. The model is fantastic and runs great straight out of the box. A few bits had fallen off in transit, but easily fixed. Very happy with the new Deltic.

William G.
Well thought out model

A well thought out and engineered model. I'm looking forward to more locomotives I can "use" on my LMS/LNER layout.

Steven B.
Green Dream Machine!!

The DELTIC`s in two tone green livery, such a fine style which elaborates the length versus height. Some say they look much better than BR blue versions, too slab sided.. Well, I happen to like both, and the day I took a double take when a Finsbury Park machine was spotted at Kings Cross was a wow moment, added a certain style to which even BR Chairman Peter Parker approved!! The person responsible soon found themselves in Scotlad, if memory serves me right, and brightenned up the West Highland Lines.. The rest makes for a very interesting period in BR traction livery styles.. The model is super in the BR two tone green, this the last one to wear it, the colours are very good comparisons to the real locomotives.. Keep these fine machines coming along Accurascale!!

James S.
Sublime Deltic

The Accurascale Class 55 Deltic is the best OO model loco I have yet seen. It is incredibly well thought out and attention to detail of almost every element is unsurpassed. It is incredibly detailed, brilliantly decorated and smooth running. The sound project is also remarkable with the decoder offering no less than 30 functions, resulting in all possible sounds and drive options being catered for. Having purchased many Accurascale wagons prior to this, I expected near perfection and I wasn't disappointed. This has really raised the bar! I am now eagerly looking forward to seeing what the Classes 37 and 31 bring to the table .