London, South Kensington
3 April 2005
The LMS (ex-LNWR) Class 5 0-8-0 locomotive and tender No.9090,
scratch built by P. Everton, with external details including brake and sanding gear, riveting, fine pipework, scale cab and backhead fittings, steps, hand and lamps irons and lamp. Tender details include brake gear, toolboxes, fine rivet detail, watercock, pick-up scoop, filler cap, steps, hand and lamp irons and other details. Finished in wholly authentic 1923-27 LMS style of painting, the tender with full LNWR lining -- 9.5 x 38cm. (3¾ x 15in.)
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This model represents one of the several intermediate stages of the evolution of the classic LNWR Class G 0-8-0 (better known in later years as 'Super D') as it was received by the LMS in 1923 i.e. as a G class rebuild of a former Class B 4-cylinder compound. It was further rebuilt during the 1930s.
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