SE&CR N Class 1860 SR Black (Sunshine) By Graham Farish | Code: 372-936 | N Gauge
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|Product category||Steam Locos/Engines ,|
|Product scale||N Gauge|
SE&CR N Class 1860 SR Black (Sunshine)
- Built: 1917 – 1934
- Built for: SE&CR (absorbed by the SR)
- Designed by: Richard E. Maunsell
- Duties: mixed traffic
- Wheels: 2-6-0
- Sloping-top tender
- Ideal for use with our Birdcage Coaches
- Sprung buffers
- Accessory pack includes route indicator discs
The SECR N class was a type of 2-6-0 ("mogul") steam locomotive designed in 1914 by Richard Maunsell for mixed-traffic duties on the South Eastern and Chatham Railway (SECR). Built between 1917 and 1934, it was the first non-Great Western Railway (GWR) type to use and improve upon the basic design principles established by GWR Chief Mechanical Engineer George Jackson Churchward. The N class was based on the GWR 4300 Class design, improved with Midland Railway concepts.
The N class was mechanically similar to the SECR K class 2-6-4 passenger tank engine, also conceived by Maunsell. It influenced future 2-6-0 development in Britain and provided the basis for the 3-cylinder N1 class of 1922. Production was delayed by the outbreak of the First World War and the first N class rolled out of Ashford Works in 1917, three years after design work was completed. The class replaced obsolete 0-6-0s as part of the SECR's fleet standardisation, as they used parts interchangeable with those of other classes.
Eighty N class locomotives were built in three batches between the First and Second World Wars. Fifty were assembled from kits of parts made at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, giving rise to the nickname of "Woolworths". They worked over most of the Southern Railway (SR) network and were used by the Southern Region of British Railways (BR) until the last was withdrawn in 1966. One N class locomotive is preserved on the Swanage Railway.
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