The British Rail Class 24, also known as the Sulzer Type 2, were built from 1958 to 1961. One hundred and fifty-one were built at Derby, Crewe and Darlington, the first twenty of them as part of the British Railways 1955 Modernisation Plan. This class was used as the basis for the development of the Class 25 locomotives. The British Rail Class 25, also known as the Sulzer Type 2, is a class of 327 diesel locomotives built between 1961 and 1967 for British Rail. They were numbered in two series, D5151-D5299 and D7500-D7677. They Were all initially allocated right across the country and used on freight and passenger services, Whenever one was seen on a depot it was never alone, usually several awaiting their next duties together.
Class 24 dummy chassis for Graham Farish by Bachmann (China) locos - £22 per chassis
Class 24/0 - D5101-113, 24001-113
The Graham Farish by Bachmann Class 24 comes with underslung fuel tanks and valancing all round. My Class 24/0 chassis kit comes with an unvalanced chassis, 2 bogies with retainer pins, 4 buffers, 4 wheels and 2 couplings with springs.
Class 25 dummy chassis for Graham Farish by Bachmann (China) locos - £22 per chassis
The Farish by Bachmann locomotives were introduced with directional lighting and the Class 25 also featured Nose End Corridor Connections so are suitable for the following Loco's
Class 25/1 & 25/2 with double Fuel Tank for DCC Ready Farish by Bachmann loco's - 25026-028, 25033-082 & 25218-247
The Farish by Bachmann Cl.25/2 also features correct bogies with slightly larger sandboxes, My Class 25/2 chassis kit includes a chassis with cut away valance, two large fuel tanks and buffer beams. It comes with 2 bogies with retaining pins, 4 buffers, 4 wheels and 2 couplings with springs.
Class 25 dummy chassis for Graham Farish (Poole) locos - £22 per chassis
These were the original Class 25's that were released and had a larger centre window in the cab due to no nose end corridor connection, this allows you to replicate over half of the class
Class 25/3 & ETHEL - 25088-217, 248-327 & 97250-252
The Class 25/3 was produced by Graham Farish in Poole, using the Class 25 bogies. The chassis is a nice tight fit inside and includes cab detailing including drivers desk, seats and bulkheads, also a single underslung fuel tank. The chassis kit comes with 2 bogies with retaining pins, 4 wheels and 2 couplings with springs.