The Models

The first tranche of 8 production runs of the SLW Class 24 models are now sold out. Customers who obtain our models will always be given advance information and the opportunity to make future purchases before they are publicly announced. Five additional Class 24 liveries arrived in late 2019 and further variations are proposed on an on-going basis. If you would like to see more models produced by SLW then we encourage you to make an early purchase. These models are only available direct from us and cannot be purchased in model shops or from other retail outlets. 

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Cat No. 2451: Running number D5132
Inverness-based locomotive with headcode boxes and working headlights.
The common mid-1960s livery of standard BR green with small yellow warning panels.

Cat No. 2452: Running number D5131
Inverness-based locomotive with headcode boxes and working headlights.
Early pre-TOPS numbers in 1968 onwards BR blue livery.

Cat No. 2461: Running number 24117
Inverness-based locomotive with headcode boxes and working headlights.
Post 1974 TOPS numbers and plated front ends.

Cat No. 2531: Running number 25322 Tamworth Castle (LMR)
Re-instated to traffic due to a loco shortage, it was affectionately know at the Ice Cream Van.
Fitted with miniature three-part snowploughs.

Cat No. 2532: Running number D7672 Tamworth Castle
A second resurrection in 1991 when the withdrawn No. 25912 was repainted two-tone green and gained proper cast nameplates.
It later worked numerous specials and charters on the mainline.

Cat No. 2533: Running number 25324 (London Midland)
A dual-braked Cricklewood-based machine from the early-1980s. This Class 25/3 travelled far and wide but was a regular performer on the Midland main line.

Cat No. 2536: Running number D7599 (London Midland)
A vacuum-brake Tinsley machine from 1966. A performer on the Midland mainline, also deployed in Scotland before moving on to Toton. It has an early exhaust layout with silencer weather plate. 

Cat No. 2537: Running number D7666 (London Midland)
This pre-TOPS loco illustrates the finished version of the new blue livery with full yellow ends.
Dual braked from new and sent to Willesden depot intended for local empty stock and trip freight around North West London.

Cat No. 2538: Running number D7661 (London Midland)
Derby Works second attempt at a Class 25, outshopped in the polyurethane formulation blue paint with small yellow warning panels.
An ideal companion for our previous Class 24 (D5021) in the same colour scheme.

Cat No. 2539: Running number 25296 (London Midland)
Wigan Spring Branch’s No. 25296 brings added variety through bodyside running numbers and comes ‘blinged-up’ with white-walled wheel rims and polished buffer heads in recognition of its appearance at the May 1980 Rocket 150 Cavalcade at Rainhill.

Cat No. 2540: Running number 97252 (Scottish Region)
A fascinating re-purposing of three redundant Class 25s to ‘ETHEL’  (ETH Ex-Locomotive) units. Initially paired with Class 37/0s that could not provide electical power for Mk. 3 sleeping cars introduced on the Fort William route.

Cat No. 2541: Running number D7552 (London Midland)
A sizeable number of two-tone green locos were given full yellow ends during the late-60s.
They were later called for full repainting in the new BR blue. The loco carries pre-1974 original numbering.

Cat No. 2541A: Running number 25260 (London Midland)
A sizeable number of two-tone green locos were given full yellow ends during the late-60s.
They were later called for full repainting in the new BR blue. The loco carries post-1974 computerised five-digit TOPS numbering.

PREVIOUS MODELS NO LONGER AVAILABLE (SOLD OUT)

Cat No. 2401 Running number D5000
First built, pilot scheme locomotive in original all-over BR green livery with grey roof and waist level stripe.
Original exhaust and silencer arrangement, lower bodyside fairings and front end communicating doors.

Cat No. 2402 Running number 24081
Production locomotive, last of the class running. BR blue livery with full yellow ends, white trim and silver buffers.
Later exhaust arrangement, exposed solebars and plated over front doors.

Cat No. 2403 Running number D5016
Pilot scheme locomotive in standard BR green livery before the application of yellow warning panels.
Extra bodyside air intake grilles, original exhaust and front end doors plus experimental ‘Athermos’ axle boxes.

Cat No. 2403A Running number D5017 
Pilot scheme locomotive in standard BR green livery before the application of yellow warning panels.
Extra bodyside air intake grilles, original exhaust and front end doors plus experimental ‘Athermos’ axle boxes.

Cat No. 2404 Running number 24063
Crewe-built production machine in late-1970s condition wearing, standard BR blue livery.
Production series body with plated-over front doors. This model also has newly tooled Class 25-style sandboxes.

Cat No. 2404A Running number 24091
Crewe-built production machine in late-1970s condition wearing, standard BR blue livery.
Production series body with plated-over front doors. This model also has newly tooled Class 25-style sandboxes.

Cat No. 2405 Running number D5098
Production locomotive from Darlington build. BR green livery with polished grille surrounds and small yellow warning panels.
Original exhaust arrangement, lower bodyside fairings and front end communicating doors.

Cat No. 2405A Running number D5107
Production locomotive from Darlington build. BR green livery with polished grille surrounds and small yellow warning panels.
Original exhaust arrangement, lower bodyside fairings and front end communicating doors. Later used on Tyne Dock-Consett line.

Cat No. 2406 Running number 97201
Crewe-built production machine. As used by BR Research Department in RTC red/blue livery, named EXPERIMENT.
Later exhaust arrangement, exposed solebars but retaining original front end communicating doors.

Cat No. 2407 Running number D5040 
Crewe-built production machine. Eastern Region-based loco in mid-1960s BR two-tone green livery.
Later exhaust arrangement, lower bodyside fairings and retaining original front end communicating doors. 

Cat No. 2407A Running number D5053
Crewe-built production machine. Eastern Region-based loco in mid-1960s BR two-tone green livery.
Later exhaust arrangement, lower bodyside fairings and retaining original front end communicating doors.

Cat No. 2408: Running number D5082
A much-requested model, representing a Crewe-built machine following the adoption of small warning panels.
The most prolific body detail/green livery combination in the early-1960s. Includes etched CONDOR headboard.

Cat No. 2408A: Running number D5083
A much-requested model, representing a Crewe-built machine following the adoption of small warning panels.
The most prolific body detail/green livery combination in the early-1960s. Includes etched CONDOR headboard.

Cat No 2409: Running number 24009
This Scottish machine was the very last to be given a full overhaul and a fresh coat of BR blue paint at St. Rollox.
As well as the distinctive style plated over front, the TOPS numbering is uniquely positioned on the bodyside.

Cat No. 2409A: Running number 5099 
Scottish-based locomotives are always popular and many ‘skinhead’ machines were based north of the border.
Our first pre-TOPS model in BR blue features the Glasgow Works style of plated-over front doors.

Cat No. 2409U : Un-numbered
Introduced due to popular demand, this un-numbered model is ideal for personalisation. It can be used as the base for the majority of the ‘Tyne Dock’ fleet as well as many other Scottish-based machines. With free high-level air-pipe detail pack. Numbers not included.

Cat No 2410: Running number D5021
This blue scheme with small yellow panels is unique as it carries early-style numbering and lion and wheel emblem.
A surprise addition to our range this loco was one of only two painted in polyurethane blue.

Full specifications of the models can be found on the ABOUT section of this website.