CJM Class 59

CJM Class 59 - 59203 "Vale of Pickering" in EWS livery and 59206 "Pride of Ferrybridge" in National Power livery.

CJM Class 59 – 59203 “Vale of Pickering” in EWS livery and
59206 “Pride of Ferrybridge” in National Power livery.

Built between 1985 and 1995, the General Motors class 59 heralded a marked change in British rail freight haulage. In the same way, 1997 saw the biggest leap forward in British ‘N’ gauge with the introduction of CJM’s Class 59. This was the model that CJM had promised for many years and its arrival caused a storm of interest and demand. The press seemed lost for words but settled on ‘PERFECTION’.

GBRf bring back 59003 from Germany and rebuild her!

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59003 “Yeoman Highlander” in GBRf Livery fully updated and super detailed

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The front of 59003 showing the revised marker and head lights, with rectangular buffers

Promised earlier this year, with the prototype spec finalised CJM is pleased to announce this model is now offered in the spectacular GBRf livery. Great care has been taken to incorporate as many of subtle differences as possible with the correct livery, new LED style lights, window frames and rectangular buffers, even the silencer  has been weathered and contrasts with the ex works finish of the new livery!

Available in standard and super detailed versions.

This particular launch model was commissioned last Autumn with a second man in the cab and two empty seats in the rear cab. (this is an extra cost option)

CJM Class 59 - 59001 "Endeavour" Original Yeoman livery and 59104 "Village of Great Elm" in Original ARC livery

CJM Class 59 – 59001 “Endeavour” Original Yeoman livery and
59104 “Village of Great Elm” in Original ARC livery

 

CJM Class 59 - 59005 "Kenneth J Painter" Revised Foster Yeoman Livery

CJM Class 59 – 59005 “Kenneth J Painter” Revised Foster Yeoman Livery

In all areas, performance, detail and finish this one takes the crown and leaves no one in any doubt that N gauge has become very serious. Every conceivable detail, from rivets to pipes, cab interiors to unequal axle spacing, is there! Now available with driver/second man and optional super detailed buffer beam with scale coupling and air pipes at one end. From 2005 all models feature body mounted couplers and end plates with drivers as standard. An optional super detailed buffer beam with scale coupling and air pipes at one end is available.

CJM Class 59 - 59002 Alan J Day in Mendip Livery

CJM Class 59 – 59002 Alan J Day in Mendip Livery

CJM Class 59 - 59103 "Village of Mells" shown in Hanson Livery

CJM Class 59 – 59103 “Village of Mells” shown in Hanson Livery

All the liveries that have graced the real class 59 are available from CJM models. Numbers and names are available as appropriate. As always, please ring to discuss your requirements.

Available Liveries:

DB Schenker Aggregate Industries 
National Power livery Original ARC Livery
Mendip livery Hanson livery
Revised ARC livery Original Foster Yeoman livery
Revised Foster Yeoman livery EWS livery
CJM Class 59 - 59206 "John F. Yeoman Rail Pioneer" in DB Schenker Livery

CJM Class 59 – 59206 “John F. Yeoman Rail Pioneer” in DB Schenker Livery

New Livery:- DB Schenker;
The new owners of EWS have 59206 in their new house colours.

CJM Class 59 - 59001 "Yeoman Endeavour" in Aggregate Industries Livery with 59206 "John F. Yeoman Rail Pioneer" in DB Schenker Livery

CJM Class 59 – 59001 “Yeoman Endeavour” in Aggregate Industries Livery with
59206 “John F. Yeoman Rail Pioneer” in DB Schenker Livery

New Livery:- Aggregate Industries; With Foster Yeoman joining the aggregate Industries Group back in 2006 this has led to the four Foster Yeoman Class 59’s being re branded. CJM is pleased to announce that it is now able to reproduce this livery.