16in Bagnall 0-6-0ST (Giesl Chimney)
These 16” cylinder locomotives were a small class of powerful shunting engines capable of developing a tractive effort of 22,382 lbs. Built by the firm of W G Bagnall produced their Castle Engine Works in Staffordshire, the first locomotive left the works in 1942. A number of similar locomotives were built for use by the NCB, Preston Docks and the CEGB amongst others.
This kit features a Giesl pattern chimney and curved edged cab. Optional ladders are provided to allow the modeller flexibility to model various prototypes.
This 4mm scale kit comes complete with everything you will need to complete a finished body except for the chassis (and glue + paint).
The model is designed to fit on the Hornby B2 Peckett chassis. Please see the instruction sheet here for notes about the chassis and minor modifications that may be required.
Included in the kit are:
- Main body
- Separate cab roof, backhead, springs, fittings, ladders and sandboxes
- Handrail knobs and wire
- Smokebox door dart
- Cosmetic drawhooks
- Footplate crew (from our own range)
- Fixing nuts and bolts
This kit is designed for ease of assembly and requires only very simple hand tools, glue, paint and a little patience to complete.This item is printed to order.