Published on Friday 21 May 2021 by Hornby Model Railways
Who doesn't love a Terrier?
We show off some of the latest liveries from this years Terrier range. In 1870, the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) was struggling to cope with its increasing share of the London suburban traffic.
With seventy-two different classes of locomotive in traffic designed by John Chester Craven, the Locomotive Superintendent of the LB&SCR. A hopelessly uneconomic and unsustainable policy, Craven refused to compromise on the issue of standardisation and resigned on 31 January, 1870, to be replaced by William Stroudley.
What's your favourite?
LSWR, 'Terrier', 0-6-0T, 735 - Era 2:
BR, 'Terrier', 0-6-0T, 32640 - Era 4:
Transitional BR, 'Terrier', 0-6-0T, 13 'Carisbrooke' - Era 4:
SR, 'Terrier', 0-6-0T, W14 'Bembridge' - Era 3:
LB&SCR, 'Terrier', 0-6-0T, 40 'Brighton' - Era 2:
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