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Model of a Tank Engine Locomotive

£14000
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Model of a Tank Engine Locomotive

£14000

A live steam 5 inch gauge model of a London underground Metropolitan Railway A-class 4-4-0T locomotive, circa 1910.

Tank engine: Length 92 cm, Width 24 cm, Height 38 cm.

Tender: Length 61 cm.

Display track: 160 x 31.5 cm.

A Class 4-4-0T condensing steam locomotives were built for the Metropolitan Railway by BeyerPeacock, and first used in 1864. A total of 40 A Class locomotives  were delivered by 1885. They were used underground, the locomotives condensed their steam, and coke or smokeless coal was burnt to reduce the smoke.