Brilliantly Old Fashioned
Brilliantly old fashioned
ACE London have established their products as the most desirable and collectable ‘O’ gauge model trains available today – faithful to time honoured traditions of craftsmanship and attention to detail, which were established in the victorian and edwardian eras.
We, Charlotte and Allen Levy and/or ACE Trains Ltd have sole and legal rights over all trademarks and the name ACE Trains. All ACE Trains models are clearly marked by metal plates, litho printing, padstamping and/or metal stamping on the undersides.
We advertise in several interest group journals at various times, Gauge O Guild Gazette,Train Collector, Bassett-Lowke News and HRCA Journal.
Our next Steam outline locomotive will be the ex-LMS Patriot class 4-6-0. Available in both LMS and later BR liveries in late Autumn. Retail at £685 for standard names (plus £15 for customised name and number). Full details will be posted on this site shortly.
ACE Trains E/42 4-6-0 Patriot
LMS 5XP – BR 6P/5F
Due in late Autumn 2021 in various LMS and BR liveries. Suitable for 2/3 Rail, DC only. Supplied with ‘The Midlander’ and ‘The Comet’ headboards.
E/42 B Pre-War LMS gloss lined maroon – £685 Standard names and E/42 B1 Pre-War LMS gloss lined maroon – £700 Custom names & number. £50 deposit
E/42 C Post-War LMS gloss lined black – £700 Custom names & number. £50 deposit
E/42 D BR gloss lined black – £700 Custom names & number. £50 deposit
E/42 E Pre-’56 BR gloss lined green – £685 Standard names and E/42 E1 Pre ’56 BR gloss lined green – £700 Custom names & number. £50 deposit
E/42 G Post ’56 BR gloss lined green – £685 Standard names and E/42G1 Post ’56 BR gloss lined green – £700 Custom names & number. £50 deposit
Deposits non-refundable as plates will be made on our receiving an order.
Best in Class for 25 years
A tribute to 25 years of making the very best 0 gauge trains. Shot on the new Red Tree Garden Railway in London in late summer 2020, this short film showcases some of our favourite projects and gives an insight into a little of the history of ACE Trains.
(I would like to apologise for my slightly croaky voice at the time of recording!)