Seventyone locos were built between 1882 and 1885 by Beyer Peacock, Dubs and Robert Stephenson, with several variations so not all can be built from this kit. Designed for London suburban work, they became famous for working the Lyme Regis branch from 1913 until 1961. One of the survivors had worked on the East Kent Light Railway and this loco has been preserved. Our kit has a nickel silver chassis and a whitemetal body and pre-rolled brass boiler. Alternative Adams and Drummond boiler fittings are included. Motor, Wheels and Gears are needed to complete (See Options). The Motor, Wheels & Gearbox Pack option provides 18-33 motor, Slater's finescale wheels & Roxey Mouldings 40:1 gearbox.
Plunger Pickups (Part 7157) and Sprung Buffers (Part 7910) can be found in the 7mm Scale Slaters Accessories page.