Hornby Railways BR 4-6-0 B1 Class Loco running no. 61270 model R3114


LOCOMOTIVE NEW (part of a retailers personal collection of unused stock originally supplied direct from manufacturers)

BOX PACKAGING AS NEW (possibility of lightest storage related rubbing/handling marks to outer cover)

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Offering A BRAND NEW EX SHOP STOCK UNOPENED 00 gauge example especially developed by “Hornby Model Railways” as part of their Latest series. This BR Late Crest 4-6-0 B1 Class with running no. 61270 is being offered in a traditional black livery model reference model R3114.

The London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) Thompson Class B1 is a class of steam locomotive designed for medium mixed traffic work. It was designed by Edward Thompson.

It was the LNER’s equivalent to the highly successful GWR Hall Class and the LMS Stanier Black Five, two-cylinder mixed traffic 4-6-0s. However, it had the additional requirement of having to be cheap because, due to wartime and post-war economies.

The LNER, never the richest railway company, had to make savings. Introduced in 1942, the first example, No. 8301, was named Springbok in honour of a visit by Jan Smuts. The first 40 of the class were named after breeds of antelopes and the like, and they became known as bongos after 8306 Bongo. 274 were built by the LNER.


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