Delivering your parcels…first 128 CAD

Revolution Trains is pleased to show the latest CAD images for our forthcoming N gauge Class 128 Parcels unit. We’ve submitted our corrections to the factory and once those are ironed out we will announce the price, versions and open the order book.

The main “spotting” notes between the versions are that the 4 Midland Region 128s were built without a corridor connection and had a centre headcode box, whereas the Western Region 128s were all built with corridors (though many were later removed) and split headcode boxes. Other variations were plated or removed headcode boxes, marker lights, sandboxes on bogies, 3 different types of buffer (clipped, oval or round) and a variety of exhaust types.

WR region 128 (as built)
WR 128 with corridor connection, split headcode boxes and sandboxes.
MR 128 (55987-990) with no corridor and centre headcode box
WR 128 with plated over corridor and marker light in the headcode box
Former WR 128 with plated corridor and removed/plated headcode boxes replaced with marker lights

Once the factory have made the CAD corrections we will finalise the versions we are offering and open the order book (not all variants are shown above eg 55991/2 kept their corridor connections to withdrawal in late 1990 but lost their split headcode boxes) .

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