GWR 5101 Class Steam locomotive

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Great Western Railway 5101.

Steam locomotive with real moving driving rods and wheels with spokes. You need a separate wagon to motorize the locomotive.

History

The Great Western Railway (GWR) 5101 Class or Large Prairie is a class of 2-6-2 steam locomotives. These locomotives were medium sized tank engine designed for stopping passenger work. As such they were to be found all over the Great Western Railway system. The original design was by G. J. Churchwood in 1903 as the '31XX' Class thus was later modified by C. B. Collett. They were a development of the earlier 3100 Class. Ten have been preserved. Among these are 4121 and 4144. 4121 is currently at Birmingham Railway Museum and 4144 is currently at the Didcot Railway Centre

Type of track: RC, 9V, 12V
Dimensions (L x D x H): 24,2 x 7,6 x 9,4 cm / 9.5 x 3.0 x 3.7 inch
Number of Parts: 557
Includes: Building instruction, List of parts, Decals/stickers
Optional: -
Type of instructions: CD
Gross weight complete set: 475 gram / 16.8 ounce
Remarks: No room in the engine left to motorize.