The Class 411 4-CEP EMUs were introduced in 1958 for the Kent Coast Electrification and were refurbished between 1977 and 1982, incorporating a totally new internal layout, Inter-City style interior and double-glazed tinted windows. They worked principally on mainline duties on the South Eastern Division but soon spread to all areas of the Southern.
Bachmann produce an excellent ready-to-run 4-CEP in original condition suitable for use up until the early 1980s.
Each pack consists of full-colour, pre-cut, self-adhesive coach sides that are deisgned to be mounted on clear acetate or thin plasticard. These sides can then be affixed on a suitably modified Mark One coach and used in conjunction with third-party castings for ends and underframes. This pack can also be used to convert the Bachmann 4-CEP.
A selection of headcode panels and end numbers are also included.
Price: £30.00 for a 4-car set
Fully printed sides with all door handles, handrails, etc drawn on, with shading.
For the more advanced modeller - the raised detail has been left off, apart from location marks, for you to add using third-party etched components.
|British Rail Blue & Grey|
|London & SouthEast Sector "Jaffa Cake" Brown/Orange|
|London & SouthEast Sector "Jaffa Cake" Brown/Orange with Black lining and "1066 Electrics" logo|
|Post 1986"Jaffa Cake" Brown/Orange - with NSE Branding and Black Stripe|
|Network SouthEast - Post 1988 version with darker blue and curved upsweep|
|Revised SouthWest Trains (no orange band) as running on South Eastern services|
|South West Trains - Blue/Red/Orange/White|
|411592 in BR Multiple Unit Green|
|411602 Connex Yellow/White|