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Era 2 (1875 to 1922) Pre-grouping
The GER Class K85, later to be reclassified by the LNER as N7 were originally designed by Alfred John Hill of the GER and took to the tracks in 1915. LNER's Nigel Gresley further developed the design of the Class after the 1923 Grouping. Built to service the commuter market out of London Liverpool St.
No 1002 was one of the first production batches (after the first two locos had been built). It will be released with the correct details of the real locomotive in this period.
The livery will be GER Loco Grey - sometimes described as French Grey undercoat.
DCC Ready with 8 pin socket.
Suitable for 00 railways.
* 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.
GER K85 (N7) 0-6-2 No 1002 DCC Sound
LNER N7 0-6-2 No 8011
LNER N7 0-6-2 No 8011 DCC Sound
BR (early BR) N7 0-6-2 No 9621
BR (early BR) N7 0-6-2 No 9621 DCC Sound
BR(Late)- 0-6-2 Class N7 No69670
BR Late 0-6-2 Class N7 No.69670 Sound Version
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