London, South Kensington
2 July 2002
A 5in. gauge model of a GWR 0-4-0 Saddle tank
built to the design of Pug by C. Whiterod with silver soldered superheated copper boiler with fittings including water and pressure gauges, safety, blower, steam brake, injector, whistle, clack and blowdown valves. Chassis details include twin outside cylinders with inside Stephenson's link gear, draincocks, mechanical lubricator, eccentric driven feed pump and bypass, steam and hand operated brake gear, injector, whistle, hand feed pump, working leaf springs, riveting, steps, hand and lamp irons and lamps, finished in GWR matt livery, the firebox with brass plate stamped Built for Allan James Hockley by Charlie Whiterod Wickhambrook -- 12½ x 21½in. (31.8 x 54.5cm.); and two 5in. gauge wood and metal model coal wagons one side of each with metal furnishings and lettered Revell Bros Hull to carry 10 ton. Boiler certificate valid to 7.12.1988; firing irons.
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