Model Details

Schools Class V Locomotive - Sevenoaks

U.K.
30935

Schools Class V Locomotive - Sevenoaks

Years Released: 2000 2001 (Model Year pages)
Model released for 2 years.

Model: Schools Class V Locomotive - Sevenoaks
Running Number: 30935
Category: Steam Locomotives
Steam Locomotives
Locomotive Class: Schools Class V
Schools Class V
Designer: Richard Maunsell
Class Information: Designed and built under the direction of Richard Maunsell by the Southern Railway (SR) for intermediate passenger services. The Schools Class became the last locomotives built in Britain to use a 4-4-0 wheel arrangement. The Class earned the distinction of being the largest and most powerful locomotives to ever operate in Europe using this wheel arrangement. More...
Weight: 114 tons (including tender)
Purpose: Regional Passenger
Wheel Arrangement: 4-4-0
4-4-0
Model Information: Length - 239mm.
Models Produced: ---
Logo & Box Style:

2000 2001

2000 2001
Company: B.R. - British Railways
Logo: B.R. Late Crest
Logo Years: 1956 - 1967
British Railways
Livery: B.R. Green
B.R. Green
Livery Details: Brunswick green with orange and black lining with yellow lettering.
Company Information: British Railways came into existence in 1948 when the dominating four British railway companies amalgamated. Steam traction on British Railways ended in 1968 and the system was re-branded as British Rail.

Model Ranking:
Current: 1283 - October 2017
Previous: 971 - September 2017
Movement: (-312)

Model Year Details (2)

YEAR CAT MODEL
2000 R.2181 2000
Schools Class V Locomotive - Sevenoaks
2001 R.2181 2001
Schools Class V Locomotive - Sevenoaks

Related Service Sheets (1)

NO SERVICE SHEET NAME ISSUE DATE
226 Schools Class Locomotive October 2000

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Model Catalogue Information

YEAR INFORMATION
2000 Maunsell's Schools, a class that numbered 40, were first introduced onto the Southern Railway network in 1930. Mainly used for passenger traffic, they were heralded at one time as being the most powerful locomotives of their type in Europe. Resplendent in its final livery of B.R. lined green, 'Sevenoaks' is powered by a ringfield motor located in the tender and has blackened fine scale driving wheels, valve gear and handrails.
2001 Maunsell's Schools, a class that numbered 40, were first introduced onto the Southern Railway network in 1930. Mainly used for passenger traffic, they were heralded at one time as being the most powerful locomotives of their type in Europe. Resplendent in its final livery of B.R. lined green, 'Sevenoaks' is powered by a ringfield motor located in the tender and has blackened fine scale driving wheels, valve gear and handrails.

Motor Information

YEAR MOTOR
2000 Ringfield (located in the tender)
2001 Ringfield (located in the tender)

Price List

YEAR UK PRICE
2000 £74.99

Catalogue Images (2)

R.2181 - Schools Class V Locomotive - Sevenoaks - 2000
R.2181 Schools Class V Locomotive - Sevenoaks - 2000

R.2181 - Schools Class V Locomotive - Sevenoaks - 2001
R.2181 Schools Class V Locomotive - Sevenoaks - 2001


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