Firstly, our thanks to everyone for their continued.  The entire website has been rebuilt from the ground up over the past couple of days, to rectify the problems that were outstanding.  We *believe* that we have resolved all problems, and payments are now live through Stripe, a recognised payment gateway.  Lloyds Cardnet will follow shortly, once they have completed their security checks.

The site does include full SSL(https) security throughout, so you can order in confidence that your details are protected and encrypted.

The pages are now live on our website for the Class 92 Electric locomotives, in both N and OO gauge, and our N gauge GWR ‘King’ model.

At this stage, only a deposit payment is necessary, with the remainder being due before delivery. Please do ensure you fully read the description text with each model to understand the payment and number/livery options.

The ordering information on the crowdfunded APT project can be found on on the following page for OO gauge, but for those who have a Durham Trains order number, the latest details can be found here.

There is also now a page giving information on how to Express an Interest in an N gauge model the of the APT. Production of the N gauge version, is purely dependent on reaching a break-even point, so it is crucial that only those customers who fully intend to place a final order express an interest in the project.

User Accounts
Because the new website has been built on a slightly different IT platform, it does mean that anyone with a user account on the old site, will need to create a new account now. We are sorry for this, but it is only a quick process!

There is no specific page to create an account, that is undertaken during the checkout process when you make an order. So simply, choose the item(s) that you want to pay your deposit for, add them to the cart, then select checkout, and the system will guide you through the process of creating a new account and paying.

Other Queries
If you have any other queries, please do not hesitate to contact us – and thank you again for your support and patience during what has been a difficult and frustrating period, due in the main to IT issues that have been outside our control.