A 4 inch scale Clayton & Shuttleworth agricultural, a large, powerful engine in this scale, it arrived last year in part exchange for a Burrell road locomotive. Quite the grubbiest thing we've seen in some years, it looks like it last had a decent clean when Clayton were still turning full-size engines out of Titanic Works.
steel boiler with expanded tubes, built 2001, 120psi working pressure, feed by
injector and mechanical pump. Cast iron cylinder with slide valve actuated by
Stephenson's gear, whistle, steam siren and lubricator mounted on cylinder
block, Watt cross arm type governor.
shaft, two speed transmission with differential, rubber tyres on road wheels,
winch behind nearside rear wheel with fairleads on tender.
of the rarer engines we see, certainly different to the rows of Fosters and
Burrells at your local rally.
Length 75 inches
Width 29 inches
|cylinder material||cast iron|
|CE mark||n/a - pre-2002|
|boiler construction||welded, expanded tubes|