The class 158 / 159 DMU came to Graham Farish in 1992 and 1994/5 respectively. The chassis design was a departure from previous models, with a drive coil instead of a shaft. The brass pinion gear was dispensed with and the drive coil meshed with a cog gear in the bogie tower. This enabled quite smooth running. The 158 / 159 was only really released in two liveries, Regional Railways and Network Southeast respectively. A livery was made for the Thai Railways, but quantities are unknown. Bachmann released various liveries shortly after the takeover.
|Catalogue No.||Livery||Running No.||Production Date||Notes|
|8205||BR Blue||20 142||1982|
|8205||BR Blue||20 139||1982|
|8208||Railfreight Grey Red Stripe||20 137||1991||Not pictured / Limited run - perhaps 20|
|8208||Railfreight Grey Red Stripe||20 215||1991||Limited run - perhaps 150 due broken tooling|