Hornby HN3006 N Gauge Brighton Belle Driving Cars
The Brighton Belle was an extravagant electric Pullman train which ran on the Southern Railway from Victoria Station in London to Brighton station on the Sussex coast.
The original electric all-Pullman service in the world, it commenced in January 1933 as the new Southern Belle, and then ran as the Brighton Belle from 29 June 1934 until its withdrawal on 30 April 1972. In contrast to its predecessor the Southern Belle, the Brighton Belle had a ready-made customer base and was very popular from the beginning with business travellers as well as actors alike, due to its consistent and regularly scheduled 60-minute non-stop runs, eight a day, Monday to Saturday, for greatest part of its working life.
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We have been in business for over 40 with the shop located in a few different places around the town in that time. We are now located at the Eastern end of Cheltenham High Street.
As well as stocking the latest plastic kit, diecast and model railway releases we have a big selection of slot cars and modelling tools.
We are able to carry out repairs on radio control cars & model railway locos, including DCC & DCC Sound fitting.
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