A 5 inch gauge Peckett 0-4-0 saddle tank, a diminutive thing similar in size to the L&Y "Pug"s that sometimes come in - a couple of feet long and weighing in at just under 50 pounds it's easy to handle.
Silver soldered saturated copper boiler, feed by injector with auxiliary hand pump mounted on the footplate - the injector is currently set up to take water from a tank on a driving truck. Gunmetal cylinder with slide valves actuated by Stephenson's gear with pole reverser in cab.
Rather an unusual little engine - whilst made by the thousand in full size, small industrial saddle tanks just don't get modelled very often - it goes well, there's a clip of Steve running it in the workshop here. There are some small dents to the nearside of the saddle tank, other than that it's in good order.
Length 23 inches
Weight 47 pounds