Hornby R3863

LSWR, Class T9, 4-4-0, 120 - Era 5

Manufacturer catalogue image

Prototype Eras
Era 2 (1875 to 1922) Pre-grouping
Era 5 (1957 to 1966) British Railways Late Crest

Manufacturer description

Built in August 1899 at Nine Elms, LSWR 120 entered traffic allocated to the same shed, not moving on to Fratton until July 1937. In June 1947, 120 moved to Eastleigh and was renumbered to 30120 while allocated there, but from May 1951 the locomotive regularly moved sheds.


Finally making its way back to Eastleigh in November 1961 as the only survivor of the class and preserved as part of the National Collection, 30120 was outshopped from Eastleigh Works in March 1962 following a heavy casual repair and was returned to service in LSWR green, working ordinary services as well as special trains until July 1963. 30120 is currently on loan at the Swanage Railway, pending expiry of its boiler certificate in September 2020.

Catalogue listing

Brand:
Hornby
Product Code:
R3863
GTIN:
5055286670893
RRP:
£205.99
Release date:
January 2021

Model details

Colour
Green
DCC status
DCC Ready 8 pin socket
Finish
Painted
Gauge
OO
Livery
Lined Lime Green
Minimum radius curve
2nd Radius (438mm)
Motor
5 pole skew wound
Running number
120

Prototype information

Introduced
1929
Locomotive class*
London & South Western Railway T9 "Greyhound"
Operator
LSWR
Motive power
Steam
Wheel arrangement
4-4-0
Designer
Dugald Drummond
Built
1899-1901
Total produced
66

* Class names often change over the lifespan of a locomotive, so this is not necessarily the class name used by the operator in the period modelled.

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