Between 1863 and 1875 a class of 85 well tanks were built by Beyer Peacock and Nine Elms works for suburban services. Six were rebuilt between 1889 and 1894 with Adams boilers and full cabs. It is these locos which are the subject of our kit. The last three survivors became famous for working the Wenford Bridge clay branch. Two locos have been preserved. Our kit has a nickel silver chassis and a whitemetal body with pre-rolled brass boiler. Alternative Adams and Drummond boiler fittings are included. Motor, Wheels and Gears needed to complete (See Options) Model built by Mike Simpson.