E133 - SAR 19D 4-8-2
The 19D was the final development of a branch line design dating from 1928, and was identical to the preceding 19C except for a reversion to the more common Walschaerts valve gear. 135 were built and delivered before the Second World War by Krupp, Borsig and Skoda; 50 more came after the war from Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn Ltd, and a final 50 in 1949 from North British, this last batch distinguished by having a tender with a cylindrical water tank running on six-wheel bogies. These versatile logos have seen service all over the South African system and were in use right up to the end of regular steam working.
Kit Features: One Piece Cast Boiler/Smokebox/Firebox, cast Cab Roof, Backhead, Steam Dome, Chimney, Cylinders and various other parts. Brass and Nickel Silver Etched parts include; Cab sides/front, Tender sides/end, pre-assembled Valvegear, Chassis frames and other smaller parts. There is also a few small fine cast brass fittings. Kit comes with alternative parts to build either the Coal or Oil fired versions. Also comes with Motor/Gearbox, Wheels, Number plates and ‘Kaydee’ Couplings. Only requires transfers, solder and paint to complete.
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