A 2 inch scale Burrell Gold Medal tractor built to MJ Engineering's design and using their castings.
Silver soldered copper boiler, feed by mechanical pump with bypass and injector. Ramsbottom safety valves. Stainless steel grate and ashpan. Single cylinder with slide valve actuated by Stephenson's gear, pole reverser on footplate. Mechanical lubricator, governor and whistle mounted on cylinder block. Two road speeds with differential, winch behind nearside rear wheel with fairleads on tender. Water in tender and coupled belly tanks with water lifter.
The engine is new and unsteamed, it comes complete with a set of drawings and MJ Engineering's comprehensive build manual. It's had a hydraulic test in the workshop, the boiler is sound although just about every fitting leaks - the builder had evidently never heard of PTFE tape. It requires a variety of tidy up and fettling jobs (and, ideally, lining out to relieve the somewhat plain livery).
Length 28 inches
Weight approx 80 pounds
Apologies for the dire pictures, it's rained for two days solid up here so the engine finally had to be photographed in the open doorway on a very murky afternoon. I'm sure David Bailey never had these problems...