The three cylinder chassis is complete and rolls freely. The silver soldered copper boiler is CE-marked and stamped with test and working pressure.
Bodywork has been partly fitted, there are more sections of the streamlining loose in a box of parts.
Complete with a large quantity of documentation, including original assembly instructions, photographs of full-sized examples and builders notes.
We'd put this one at about 80% complete. There is some pipework but no boiler fittings - pressure and water gauges, steam valves and safety valves.
A substantial but worthwhile project - streamlined Pacifics are one of the rarest models we see in any gauge. We had 60023 "Golden Eagle" through the workshop some years ago - another ModelWorks engine, which Ashley did a good deal of work on - there are pictures in the archive here showing what can be achieved.
|gauge||7 1/4 inch|
|wheel material||cast iron|
|axlebox type||plain bearing|
|cylinder material||3 x cast iron|
|boiler maker||ModelWorks International|
|boiler construction||silver soldered|
|safety valve type||spring|