Hornby Railways Southern 4-4-0 Schools Class “Westminster” BR Green E/E R3311


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As new FACTORY DCC READY 00 gauge example especially developed by “Hornby Model Railways” as part of their LATEST SUPER DETAIL DCC series. BR 4-4-0 Schools Class “WESTMINSTER” running No.30908 model R3311.

The SR V class, more commonly known as the Schools class, is a class of steam locomotive designed by Richard Maunsell for the Southern Railway. The class was a cut down version of his Lord Nelson class but also incorporated components from Urie and Maunsell’s LSWR/SR King Arthur class.

It was the last locomotive in Britain to be designed with a 4-4-0 wheel arrangement, and was the most powerful class of 4-4-0 ever produced in Europe. All 40 of the class were named after English public schools The Scools Class was designed to provide a powerful class of intermediate express passenger locomotive on semi-fast services for lines which could cope with high axle loads but some of which had short turntables.

The class operated until 1961 when mass withdrawals took place and all had gone by December 1962. Three examples are now preserved on heritage railways in Britain.

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