A part-built tank engine to LBSCs design for an LMS
three-cylinder 2-6-4T published in English Mechanics in 1936 it has
been built by a talented and prolific engineer with many engines and several
dozen boilers to his credit (including the part-built Molly, Firefly
and GWR 42xx currently in stock).
Work to date is to a good standard and comprises a rolling
chassis with gunmetal cylinders machined and fitted, lubricator beneath
footplate and much platework including cab, tanks and bunker.
There is a silver-soldered copper boiler, again built to a
Complete with copies of the original construction articles, a GA drawing and some builders notes.
Length 26 inches
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