O Gauge Boxhill 12/09/2018

We are pleased to announce our exclusive O Gauge Terrier. 'Boxhill' in LBSCR improved engine green is now in stock!

Limited to only 150 pieces



The locomotive features include:

Sprung metal buffers

Die cast Running plate for extra quality and weight

Complete with firebox glow and flicker

Sprung metal coupling hook and screw coupling

Etched plates where applicable

Finely moulded body with many separately added fine details

Cast profiled wheels with fine relief and appropriate colouring

Tungsten chassis and all wheel pick up

Powerful 5 pole skew wound motor with refined slow running control

History: More formally known as the London, Brighton & South Coast (LB&SCR) A1 Class, this locomotive became affectionately known as the Terrier due to the distinct bark of the exhaust. The class was designed by William Stroudley and 50 were built between 1872 and 1880 at the Brighton Works in Sussex. The original workings of the locomotive on the main London Lines of the class were eventually displaced by newer and more powerful locomotives and by the LB&SCR electrification scheme. Some of the locomotives were sold to other operators but most were used for Branchline work and non revenue generating operations such as shunting. In this role the class continued in service until the 1960’s with the final active locomotive being decommissioned on the Hayling Island Line in Hampshire on November 1963. In all 10 Terriers survive into preservation.