SR and BR (SR) Models 12


No.2344 is a 'K' Class 'Mogul' in Bulleid's plain black wartime livery. Built from an Ace Products kit.


This is one of a trio of diesel shunters built at Ashford in 1937 - designed by Maunsell, and fitted with English Electric equipment. The model was constructed using a Golden Arrow resin body fitted to a ready-to-run Bachmann class 08 chassis.


No.E0155 is an example of a William Adams design, originally for the London and South Western Railway. Designated the '0395' Class, this model is shown in the early, post-Grouping, Southern Railway livery of black, lined out in green. Built from a DJH kit.


No.931 "Kings - Wimbledon" is a 'Schools' Class loco, built from a South Eastern Finecast kit.


This is an interesting and unusual looking loco. It is a 'G16' Class 4-8-0T, originally designed in the latter days of the pre-Grouping London & South Western Railway, for hump-shunting in Feltham yard, by Robert Urie. Seen here in the short-lived, early Southern Railway lined black goods livery. The big Southern tanks always looked very impressive, I thought. This loco was sent to me already built and painted - I just had to add the lining. Constructed from a Falcon Brassworks kit.


No.A776 here is another Maunsell 'N1' Class 'Mogul' (see page 11). The three-cylinder layout required a slightly different front end arrangement to the running plate - note the high vertical panel above the buffer beam. Built from a South Eastern Finecast kit, and finished in a weathered lined green livery.


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