SR and BR (SR) Models 10
No.311 is a Drummond 'T9' Class loco, in the London and
South Western Railway's post-World War One Urie sage green livery. Built
from a very old Wills Finecast kit, but fitted with a new etched chassis
from South Eastern Finecast.
No.1166 is another Wainwright 'E' Class -
same as on page 6, but this time in the normal 1920s/30s period Maunsell
lined dark olive green livery.
The Southern seemed to have as many different
types of 0-4-4 tanks as they did 4-4-0 tender engines. No.B375 is a 'D3' class,
and was built using an old Chivers Finelines kit, now marketed by FIVE79
Model Railway Kits.
No.B153 is an 'E1' Class 0-6-0T - built from
a South Eastern Finecast kit.
No.B170 is an 'E3' Class 0-6-2T. These locos
were forerunners of the 'E4' class (see page 6), but with smaller driving
wheels, and built for freight duties - hence the livery. This model was
built by modifying a Rodney Stenning 'E4' kit.
This tiny chap is an Adams 'B4', designed
for general shunting and dock work. No.94 retains the Adams chimney and
original cab, but some were rebuilt with different cabs for Southampton
docks by Drummond, and featured his style of chimney. Built from a South
Eastern Finecast kit.
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