South Australian Railways  900 Class Locomotive




Arguably the first of the streamliners, and Australian built mainline locomotives. The SAR 900 class diesel-electric locomotive were designed and built in-house by the South Australia Railways, they used English Electric V16 engines. English Electric also supplied the generators and traction motors. 

The 10 units were delivered between 1951 and 1953, all were out-of-service by mid 1985.

900 Lady Norrie is preserved by the National Rail Museum, she also ventured across into Victoria to appear at Spencer Street station for the Aus Steam 88 festival. 907 and 909 were operated by SteamRanger tourist railway until 1995. 


 We have produced 4 body variants for the 900 class:

- Early service without large forward roof hatch with single

  Dynamic Brake fan shroud.

- Early service with large forward roof hatch with twin Dynamic

  Brake shroud.

- Late service with front twin sealed beam headlight.

- Preservation with front and rear twin sealed beam light.



Model Features:
- Highly detailed Ready-to-Run HO gauge model 
- Precisely tooled plastic body (ABS)
- Genuine Kadee scale head whisker coupler 
- Separately applied handrails and detail parts

- 5-Pole skew wound electric motor and dual flywheels
- All wheel drive and electrical pickup 
- LED head and marker lights
- All models come standard with an MTC 21 pin motherboard 

- Exclusive sound by DCCSound



DC:               $ 335.00

DCC Sound: $ 485.00