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WJV01078 Adams Radial LSWR lined Adams Pea Green (SOLD OUT)

WJV01079 Adams Radial Southern lined Maunsell Green (Production photo)

WJV01080 Southern Black 3488

WJV01081 Adams Radial BR early crest lined Black

WJV01082 Adams Radial BR late crest lined Black
LSWR/SR415 Class Adams Radial 4-4-2T

‘The epitome of Victorian elegance in locomotive design’

Stunning new O gauge for 2018, by WJVintage, in collaboration with Raylo.

Price for all versions will be £450.00 plus P&P.

WJVintage is delighted to announce that the new locomotive for 2018 is the beautiful LSWR/SR Adams 415 Class, Radial 4-4-2T. Another unique WJVintage/Raylo first for the ready-to-run O Gauge market, this beautiful locomotive is truly the epitome of Victorian elegance in locomotive design.

We now have in stock the Southern Maunsell green lined,  as well as BR black lined early and late crest versions and SR Black (Sunshine lettering).

Here are the Technical Details of the Model:

  • Precision engineered, (7mm to the foot) O gauge models
  • Hand built tinplate construction
  • Beautifully tampo-printed liveries
  • Fitted with standard (BL/Ace style drop link couplings)
  • For 2- or 3-rail use (including raised centre 3rd)
  • Includes ON/OFF isolating switch
  • 12 – 14 Volts DC
  • Super smooth drive mechanism with clutch
  • Minimum radius 24”

WJV01078 Adams Radial LSWR lined Adams Pea Green (SOLD OUT)

 

WJV01079 Adams Radial Southern lined Maunsell Green

 

WJV01080 Adams Radial Southern unlined Black ‘Sunshine’ lettering

WJV01081 BR Black lined Early Crest 

WJV01082 BR Black lined Late Crest

 

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Historical Information

In 1882, William Adams, Locomotive Superintendent of the London & South Western Railway (LSWR), designed and introduced the new Class 415 4-4-2T engine, initially for work on London suburban routes. A total of 71 locomotives were built between 1882 and 1885. In service they were quite quickly superseded by the M7 and displaced to rural branch lines. By grouping, only 30 of the type entered Southern Rail service and by nationalisation in 1948, only 3 survived into British Railways for whom they performed most notably on the Lyme Regis branch line until withdrawn in 1961.

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