K337C - LNER G5 Class 0-4-4t BR Plain Black Ready To Run
LNER G5 Class 0-4-4t in BR Plain Black livery.
Designed, manufactured and built in-house (in Consett, UK!) by our skilled craftsmen. Each model is constructed from the finest components and features a fully detailed Firebox Backhead, Cab interior and glazed windows. They also come with cast brake pipes, scale screw link couplings and sprung buffers. The fine detail is made from lost-wax brass for strength and accuracy. The model is motorised with a powerful motor and fitted with Slaters wheels through-out. Each model is authentically painted, numbered and lettered and is Ready to Run!
Batch Built Model details - will cover loco’s during both the LNER and BR period from Oct 1938 through to withdrawal (last one Dec 1958).
Details include; Boiler Type 69A (fitted from Oct 1938, dome mounted 1ft 8in further back & boiler bands moved), alternative types of buffer - Worsdell standard buffers (round flange) or LNER group standard buffers (square flange), alternative types of bunker – Cage type (added from 1917 to most loco’s) or Hopper type (added from Sept 1932 to 31 loco’s), Westinghouse Pump (mounted on the L/H tank front from 1914, removed when push-pull equipment fitted), Push-pull equipment (fitted from Dec 1937 to 21 loco’s) and Ross Pop safety valves (replaced the Ramsbottom type from the mid 1930’s)
The following no.s are available to order;
- 67259 - Westinghouse pump, extended hopper, Worsdell buffers, British Railways on tank sides.
- 67288 - Westinghouse pump, cage bunker, Worsdell buffers, earley crest on tank sides.
- 67305 - push-pull gear, cage bunker, Group Standard buffers, British Railways on tank sides.
The NER Class O (LNER G5) 0-4-4 tank locomotive was designed by NER Chief Mechanical Engineer, Wilson Worsdell and built at Darlington Works between 1894 and 1901. The class totalled 110 and were used throughout the North Eastern area to pull branch line passenger trains and work the heavier suburban trains. From December 1937 onwards a total of twenty one G5’s were converted for Push-pull operation replacing many of the fast disappearing Sentinel steam railcars. The class had a long life with the first withdrawal in 1950, then the majority between 1955 and 1958 with no examples being preserved, although there is an initiative underway to build
a G5 from scratch. Go to www.g5locomotive.co.uk for details.
This ready to run product is built to order and can't be ordered directly.
For more information please use our enquiry form.