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Be inspired - you could enhance your own models just like the ones listed here!

Example N Gauge Diesel/Electric Locomotives

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'N' Gauge Diesel/Electric

Graham Farish Class 04
Standard DCC conversion.
Graham Farish Class 08
DCC is easy enough, and DCC sound is just about possible too!
Graham Farish Class 14 'Teddy Bear'
A very small DCC decoder required.
Dapol Class 35
A squeeze for DCC sound, but we've done it!
Graham Farish Class 37
Who said sound couldn't be squeezed in?! Sound, cab lights, crew!
Graham Farish Class 42 'Warship'
DCC sound and lights all neatly tucked in.
Graham Farish Class 44/45/46 'Peak'
DCC sound, head/tail lights, cab lights and crew - in an old Poole model - yes it is possible!
Graham Farish Class 47
CT DCC sound, cab lights and crew
Graham Farish Class 52 'Western'
No sound, but everything else - head/tail lights, cab, crew, cab lights.
Farish Deltic Class 55/DP1 Prototype
Yes, the bright blue noisy brute, with DCC sound, lights, cab lights and crew.
Graham Farish Class 60
Standard DCC is a doddle, and DCC sound feasible with some effort.
Graham Farish Class 66
DCC sound fits in fairly easily with a CT micro-cube speaker.
Dapol Class 67
DCC sound in this brute.
Dapol Class 73
Standard DCC easy enough in this ageing model.
Dapol Class 86
Sound in a Dapol? Not a problem sir!
Dapol Class 156 DMU
Dapol DMU with a lift!
Graham Farish Blue Pullman DMU
Deafening sounds with dual sound decoders in the beautifully made Farish Blue Pullman.
Dapol Class 43* HST DMU
A solid model from Dapol with plenty of scope for DCC sound.
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Graham Farish Class 47 Diesel

One of the most prolific diesels on Britain's main lines, the Class 47 was used for all manner of tasks, from heavy freight to prime-time passenger services. Built by Brush in the 1960s, over 500 Class 47s were built. In fact, some are still in use today on the mainline.

These models are Graham Farish's Class 47, in N gauge, enhanced by YouChoos with DCC sound in the form of a CT Elektroink SL75 decoder or Zimo MX648 and modified SugarCube speaker. The factory-fit headcode and tail lights are DCC controlled and directional, plus independently controllable super-bright white cab lights are also fitted. The cab has been hand-detailed and drivers added to each end.

Like most N gauge diesels, a fair bit of milling and rework of the chassis is required to squeeze in all this gear, but the resulting loco weight is greater than the original thanks to the extra kit and some carefully padding of additional material... all the better for good running.

Thanks to Jerry Clifford for the use of his multi-award winning 2mm Fine Scale layout "Highbury Colliery" for some of the photos featured here!