A two inch scale Fowler Showmans engine to Plastow's well-known "Princess" design which they produced for two, three and four inch scales - I've had two and four, yet to find a three inch scale version.
A large, powerful engine even in two inch scale, running out at about four feet long. There are some pictures of a cracking two inch scale B6 in the archive, as well as some of this design built in four inch scale.
Loads of work done, loads still to do - work to date comprises:
Tender, complete with fairleads, draw bar, brake pivot
Hornplates, crankshaft and second shaft fitted
Part-completed gear selectors
Pump eccentric sheave, strap and rod fitted to crankshaft
Set of wheels
Smokebox complete with door, locking handles, chimney, dynamo bracket and dynamo
Perch bracket and front axle
Set of four valve eccentric straps, sheaves and rods
HP & LP connecting rods
Cylinder block saddle machined for barrel, valve chest face machined, bored
Flanged boiler kit and six tubes (six missing). Barrel, outer wrapper and throatplate assembled
In addition there is a large quantity of castings and machined parts. Work to date is to a good standard, there is a part set of drawings, eight sheets in all. Once the boiler has been completed, the build would proceed rapidly to a rolling engine - the front end is substantially complete, a back axle is required whereupon the rear end including tender could be fitted.