London, South Kensington
3 April 2005
The LMS (ex-LNWR) Class 2 0-6-0 locomotive and tender No.8472,
built-up by D. Jenkinson and G. Holt, with external details including brake and sanding gear, fluted coupling rods, riveting and fine pipework, some scale cab and back fittings, steps, hand and lamp irons, and lamp. Tender details include riveting, tool boxes, tank filler cap, brake gear, steps, hand and lamp irons and other details. Finished in pre-1928 LMS black livery -- 9 x 33cm. (3½ x 13in.)
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This fully detailed and partially kit-built model represents the famous Webb-designed LNWR Express goods engine (nicknamed 'Cauliflowers'), some of which lasted well into BR days.
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