Dapol

Dapol 'Pacers' for approval

Dapol has received decorated samples of its next batch of 'N' gauge Class 142 'Pacer' two-car Diesel Multiple Units (DMUs) for evaluation by the development team.

Further 'OO' Turbot wagons planned

Dapol has confirmed that another batch of its OO' gauge 'Turbot' bogie ballast spoil wagons are due for production soon.

New Dapol 'N' gauge 'M7' 0-4-4T EP sample surfaces

Dapol has received a working Engineering Prototype (EP) sample of its all-new 'N' gauge London and South Western Railway (LSWR) 'M7' 0-4-4T for assessment.

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Dapol's 'O' gauge GWR '57XX'

Dapol’s growing collection of ‘O’ gauge motive power was joined by this stunning model of the GWR ‘57XX’ 0-6-0PT in 2018. MIKE WILD takes a first and detailed look at this attractive product.

Dapol shows 'Prairie' progress

Dapol has revealed decorated samples of its all-new 'OO' gauge model of the GWR 'Large Prairie' 2-6-2Ts covering the '5101' and '61XX' classes.

Dapol shows 'OO' gauge 'Manor'

Dapol has revealed the first engineering sample for its all-new 'OO' gauge model of the GWR 'Manor' 4-6-0 together with confirmation of the identities for its first production run.

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‘MOGUL’ MAGIC

Dapol’s new ‘OO’ gauge GWR ‘Mogul’ has been designed with simplicity in mind when it comes to digital sound upgrades. MIKE WILD explores its potential by installing twin speakers and a few details to make this already stunning locomotive even better.

VIDEO: Dapol GWR '43XX' 2-6-0 for 'OO'

Dapol's new GWR '43XX' 2-6-0 is out now for 'OO' gauge and we review this stunning new addition in the latest issue of Hornby Magazine. Watch it in action on our 'OO' gauge test track here.

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Dapol steps up with GWR ‘Mogul’

Dapol has been continually enhancing its ready-to-run locomotives with new features, performance and even finer detail, but its latest could be its best yet. MIKE WILD puts the new GWR ‘43XX’ 2-6-0 for ‘OO’ gauge through its paces to find out.

Digital semaphores

Using readily available equipment Mike Wild shows how semaphore signals can be brought fully into the digital era in just six simple steps.