This is a new release developed with Regner and The Train Department.
Stock available mid summer for non - preorders
Length 7.25"/Width 4.09"/Height 5.51"
2 cyl oscillator with jackshaft drive
6mm sightglass with goodall valve
Working hatches and smokebox door
Prepainted kit or RTR with prototypical paint scheme with 3 color frames.
R/C kit to be available in the near future
A prototype locomotive was built in 1882 by the Avonside Engine Company, of Bristol, at a cost of £848, and numbered 6 in the locomotive stock, This was also the last of Guinness’s narrow gauge steam locomotives to be built in England, all others being built by William Spence, of the Cork Street Foundry and Engineering Works, in Dublin. This firm built locomotives 7 to 9 in 1887, 10 to 12 in 1891 and 13 to 15 in 1895. A further four, the largest single order for these engines, were turned out in 1902, whilst 20 and 21 were delivered in 1905. 22 entered traffic in 1912 and the last two finally appeared in 1921. No.6 was withdrawn in 1936 but all the others survived the Second World War and lasted until the introduction of diesel locomotives.
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