The British Rail Class 122 is a type of diesel multiple unit which operated primarily on the London Midland, Scottish and the South Western Regions of British Rail between 1958 and 1995. Twenty single car driving units or bubble cars and ten trailer vehicles were built by Gloucester RC&W in 1958 and six survive into preservation. In 1980 the Scottish Region Class 122 were converted to carry parcels and reclassified as Class 131, although the cars themselves were not renumbered.
The Dapol Class 122 model features:
- Powered and Dummy Cars available.
- Finely detailed body with many extra fitted items
- 5 pole Super Creep motor with incredible controllable slow running speed.
- All wheel drive and pick up
- Directional lights and head code lighting
- Dapol Light Bar Ready
- DCC Ready with provison for a 6 pin decoder
- Accessory bag with optional fitted parts.