BR Black H Class 0-4-4T Locomotive 31177 - OO Gauge By Hornby | Code: R3731

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Product code R3731
Manufacturer Hornby
Product category 2019 Range , Steam Locos/Engines
Product scale OO Gauge

Product description

Expected: September 2019

Built at Swindon Works under Lot No. 361 in July 1947, Diagram A9 Class 5101 'Large Prairie' No. 4154 entered traffic at Wellington Shed, remaining there until 11 July, 1953. 4154's remaining shed allocations saw the locomotive cover much of the Great Western region, with spells at Carmarthen, Worcester, Newton Abbot, Banbury, Stourbridge Junction and Oxley, from where it was withdrawn in October 1965." "Built at Swindon Works under Lot No. 269 in August 1931, Diagram A10 Class 61xx 'Large Prairie' No. 6110 entered traffic at Slough, employed on London suburban services, even over London Underground metals. 6110 was the first of the class to be fitted with a cab shutter from new and carried tripcock gear from new for operation on the Underground tracks." "Built at Swindon Works under Lot No. 278 in December 1932, Diagram A10 Class 61xx 'Large Prairie' No. 6145 entered traffic at Old Oak Common, employed on London suburban services, even over London Underground metals. Class 61xx locomotives were the mainstays of the Thames Valley suburban services until replaced by DMUs, illustrated by 6145's allocations to Old Oak Common, Slough and Oxford sheds." "Built at Swindon Works under Lot No. 369 during August 1948, Diagram A9 Class 5101 'Large Prairie' No. 4160 entered traffic on 6 September, 1948 at Barry Shed, where it stayed until 3 October, 1953. Staying in Wales, 4160 worked from Merthyr Tydfil and Radyr until October 5, 1964, when it moved to Severn Valley Junction. Condemned in June 1965, it was purchased for preservation and is currently at Llangollen Railway, awaiting restoration."

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