HMR-R30165 Hornby R30165 LNER, Class 91, Bo-Bo, 91101 'Flying Scotsman' - Era 10 OO-Scale DCC-Ready
Class-91 Bo-Bo Diesel-Electric
#91101 'Flying Scotsman' Era-10
DCC-Ready (Requires a 21-Pin DCC Decoder)
91001, the first of the Class, was built in April 1988 and soon unveiled to the press. The Locomotive was named 'Swallow' and carried the InterCity Swallow Livery until privatisation in 1996. Refurbished and named 'City of London' under GNER, the locomotive was re-numbered 91101 in 2002.In 2011 the locomotive was re-named 'Flying Scotsman' and repainted in a special livery to celebrate the famous train. Under Virgin Trains East Coast in 2015, 91101 was repainted in a new livery combining the standard LNER livery with the Scottish flag, while new 'Flying Scotsman' nameplates were fitted.