Class 31/6 Refurbished 31602 Network Rail Yellow (371-137SF)


Class 31/6 Refurbished 31602 Network Rail Yellow (371-137SF)

Original price was: £149.95.Current price is: £144.95.

Class 31/6 Refurbished 31602 Network Rail Yellow

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Announced as part of our Winter British Railway Announcements we are delighted to bring you this SOUND FITTED Class 31/6 Refurbished No. 31602 in Network Rail Yellow livery.

Our SOUND FITTED model features realistic operational sounds including Compressors, Spirax Valves and Flange Squeal, see full details of the sound functions below.


Graham Farish N Scale

Era 9

Pristine Network Rail Yellow livery

Coreless Motor

Accessory Pack

NEM Coupling Pockets

Directional Lighting – independently switchable at each end via switches mounted on the circuit-board, or via DCC

SOUND FITTED – See below for function list

Length 123mm (over couplings)


F0 – Directional Lights

F1 – Engine Start / Sound (On / Off)

F2 – Brake (Non-Latching)

F3 – Single Horn (Speed and Direction Related)

F4 – Two-Tone Horn (Speed and Direction Related)

F5 – Light Engine

F6 – Engine Idle

F7 – Speed Lock

F8 – Cold Start (F8 On before F1)

F9 – Flange Squeal (Speed Related)

F10 – Despatch Whistle

F11 – Buffering Up

F12 – Coupling Up

F13 – Compressor

F14 – Spirax Valves

F15 – Cooler Group Fan

F16 – Primer

F17 – Auto Wagon Buffering (F17 On / F5 Off Only)

F18 – On – Driver’s Door Opening / Off – Driver’s Door Closing

F19 – Fade All Sounds

F20 – Directional Lights Off – No.1 (Fan) End

F21 – Directional Lights Off – No.2 (Non-Fan) End

F22 – “Right o’ way”

F23 – “Going under”

F24 – Station Ambience

F25 – Detonators

F26 – Shunt Mode

F27 – Volume Down

F28 – Volume Up

Analogue Users: Please note that normal load running sounds and any other automatic or randomised sounds will also operate when this model is used on analogue control (DC) straight from the box! 


The BR Class 31 diesel locomotives, originally known as the Brush Type 2s, were built by Brush Traction from 1957-1962 with the Class totalling 263 locos. The first Class 31 entered service in November 1957 and the design was one of the Pilot Scheme locomotives ordered by British Railways to replace steam traction. The Class was originally allocated to the Eastern Region, but gradually became common in both the Western and London Midland regions too.

 The Class 31/1s were the standard locomotive, the 31/0s being the first batch of locos which were fitted with Red Circle multiple-working control equipment which was non-standard and led to them being withdrawn relatively early in the late-1970s. The 31/1s were fitted with Blue Star multiple-working equipment, as found on many other BR classes, and all had steam heating boilers making them ideal for hauling passenger services. The Class 31/1s could be found on a variety of secondary and relief passenger duties as well as parcels and freight traffic. Commonly used in East Anglia, with allocations at Stratford and March depots, they were also found throughout the Eastern Region of BR with Finsbury Park sporting a large allocation along with the depots at Tinsley, Immingham and Thornaby. Examples were also allocated to Bristol Bath Road and Old Oak Common on the Western Region, where they could be found working passenger trains as far west as Barnstaple and Paignton. In the early 1980s, Healey Mills and Bescot on the Midland Region also gained an allocation as replacements for Class 25s.