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You don't say how old your Pricess Victoria loco is. Triang, then Hornby, have made versions of this for many years.
I suggest you try the Hornby website www.hornby.com and you can download the service sheet(s) for all their current and recent range of locos. You should find the RXXXX number of your loco, marked on it somewhere, to check you've got the right sheet. This will give you all the parts and their numbers. You can order direct from Hornby for current/recent models or via a local Hornby agent.
You could also try:
www.modelspares.com who are in Burnley
www.scalespeed.co.uk who specialize in replacing/repairing old motors, fitting new wheels and the like. I have not used either of these people, but they regularly advertise in 'Railway Modeller' and other magazines.
Hope this is of help,
i agree. try modelspares. but if it is missing lots of parts, it might be more cost effective to just get another one from that era. unless there is something special about it then they dont tend to be worth alot.
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