Sunday, September 10, 2017 - 10:34 PM GMT+7
Hattons is very pleased to announce that they are taking orders for the new line of OO/1/76 Andrew Barclay 14" & 16" 0-4-0ST locos
Andrew Barclay Sons & Co. were a locomotive building company based in Kilmarnock, Scotland. They became known for producing their standardised saddle tank locomotives, mainly for industrial use. They had a small selection of options available to prospective buyers such as alternative cabs, cylinders, chimneys and tanks.
The most numerous type produced were the 14" & 16" versions, referring to the diameter of the cylinders. Thousands of 0-4-0s were built by Andrew Barclay starting in the late 1800s. Many survived longer than mainline steam under BR, with some still running in the late 1970s. Over 100 are believed to be preserved across the UK.
We are producing a total of 8 14" versions and 4 16" versions in a wide variety of liveries and including the variations that would have originally been available from Andrew Barclay themselves.
- Two different cab front windows
- Four different cab rear windows
- Two types of buffer shanks
- Two types of buffers
- Tank steps (where appropriate)
- Lubricators (where appropriate)
- Two different front spring heights
- Two different water tank heights
OO/1/76 Model Specifications:
- RP25 wheel profile
- 6-pin DCC socket in tanks
- 5-pole motor
- All wheel pickup
- NEM coupling pockets
- Chemically blackened wheels
- Separately fitted handrails
- Separately fitted drain cock detailing and oil lubricators
- Fully detailed and painted cab interior
These locomotives are being produced exclusively by Hatton's and are available to pre-order now for £99 each. To avoid potential disappointment make sure you get your pre-orders in early to secure your models. View all available versions on the OO Gauge Andrew Barclay 14" & 16" 0-4-0ST Project Page.
Release date: December 2017
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