SR and BR (SR) Models 4
This mucky character - you can only tell it's No.34028 "Eddystone"
because the shed staff have considerately wiped over the running number
(!) - is built from a DJH kit.
No.699 is a 700 Class - more commonly referred to as "black
motors" - wearing the Southern Railway's short-lived lined black goods
livery. She is built from a DJH kit.
No.2591 is an E5 Class 0-6-2T, and was constructed from a South
Eastern Finecast kit.
No.323 is a Billington D3 0-4-4T from a class built for the LBSCR
between 1892-6. Named after the company's then chairman Sir Julian Goldsmid,
this loco is finished in Stroudley's "improved engine green" livery
- golden ochre actually. The lining of green, black, red and white is extremely
complicated and time-consuming to reproduce, and the name transfers had
to be specially made. A very expensive project as you can probably imagine,
but it was a special, one-off job for this particular customer who built
the model - all I had to do was paint it!
This is a Stirling R Class 0-6-0T, no.1124, constructed from
a South Eastern Finecast kit
This quaint little creature is a P Class 0-6-0T, built from a
South Eastern Finecast kit. If you thought "Terriers" were small
- check out one of these!
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