OO9 Scale Talyllyn Carriage - #1
OO9 Scale Talyllyn Carriage - #2
OO9 Scale Talyllyn Carriage - #4
Opened in 1866, the 2’3” gauge Talyllyn Railway was the first narrow gauge line in the UK to operate steam-powered locomotives from the start, with predecessors having their origins in the horse-drawn wagon era. Construction of the 0-4-2ST “Talyllyn” locomotive preceded its namesake railway by two years, and the engine has spent its entire working life on the line. Initially designed for hauling slate, and later revenue passenger service, the Talyllyn locomotive today hauls tourists along its 7.25-mile railway, now recognized as one of the UK’s premier narrow gauge heritage lines.
The Bachmann Talyllyn locomotive comes available in three prototypical paint variations, reflecting the strikingly different schemes worn over the course of its life. Scaled to HO/OO dimensions, the Talyllyn will operate on standard N Scale or HOn30/OO9 narrow gauge
track, and features die-cast metal construction with operating metal drivers.
- die-cast metal construction
- highly detailed painted body with precision graphics
- international-style hook-and-loop couplers
- blackened machined metal wheels with metal drivers