diesel loco Class 35 7052 BR weathered

Item no.:  Heljan-3534
diesel loco Class 35 7052 BR weathered - Image 1
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former RRP 2) : 252,99 (incl. VAT)
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252,99 1)
177,10
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not suitable under 14 years

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  • Description
Brand
Heljan
gauge
OO gauge 16,5mm
power supply
DC
product type
diesel loco
gauge OO models
technical & model details
with motor no
couplers NEM 362 coupler pocket, short coupling mechanism, English hook couplings
light taillights only
interior lighting driver cab
running number 7052
Length (mm) 210
scale 1:76
Age notice not suitable under 14 years.
digital & sound
digital plug NEM 652 8-pin
country
Great Britain BR
era (continental)
era (Great Britain) 6

Model: OO gauge DC. Class 35 diesel locomotive in blue British Railways livery, weathered.

Prototype: The British Rail Class 35 is a class of mixed-traffic B-B diesel locomotive with hydraulic transmission. Because of their Mekydro-design hydraulic transmission units, the locomotives became known as the Hymeks. They were numbered D7000-D7100.
The class was developed for the Western Region of British Railways, which had opted for lightweight locomotives with hydraulic transmission, when allocated funds under the British Railways Modernisation Plan of 1955. 101 of the class were built between 1961 and 1964, when it became apparent that there was a requirement for a medium-power diesel-hydraulic design for both secondary passenger work and freight duties.
They were allocated to Bristol Bath Road, Cardiff Canton, and Old Oak Common. None of the class was named. Withdrawal from service began in 1971, and was completed by 1975. Their early withdrawal was caused, primarily, by BR classifying the hydraulic transmission as non-standard. Four locomotives were preserved.
Heljan was founded in 1957 in Søndersø Denmark. Originally, the company specialised in decoration and accessories for model railways. Nevertheless, a turnaround occurred in the company and it also specialised in the British model railway scene.

Since 2002, several diesel locomotives have been released in 00 gauge as well as 0 gauge. The British Outline makes up the largest part of Heljan's business.