Model Details

Class 14XX Locomotive

U.K.
1427

Class 14XX Locomotive

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

Model: Class 14XX Locomotive
Running Number: 1427
Category: Steam Locomotives
Steam Locomotives
Locomotive Class: Class 14XX
Class 14XX
Designer: C.B. Collett
Class Information: Branch lines were an important part of railway commerce in the early 20th century feeding passengers and goods from rural communities to the mainline services of the constituent companies. Operating costs were always a concern to accountants and as such economic solutions were of great importance. The Great Western Railway (GWR) answer to passenger service needs were small but versatile 14xx class that was a continuing development of earlier designs. More...
Weight: 28 tons
Purpose: Branchline Passenger
Wheel Arrangement: 0-4-2
0-4-2
Model Information: Length - 120mm.
Image not available, image for R.2026C shown.
Models Produced: ---
Logo & Box Style:

2000 2001

2000 2001
Company: G.W.R. - Great Western Railway
Logo: G.W.R. Crest
Logo Years: 1927 - 1947
Great Western Railway
Livery: G.W.R. Green
G.W.R. Green
Livery Details: Brunswick green with gilt lettering, and orange and black lining.
Company Information: The G.W.R. was formed as a railway company in 1835 and was the only company to survive the 1923 grouping, to become one of the big four. The King and Castle class locomotives were amongst the most famous G.W.R. steam designs.

Model Ranking:
Current: 2287 - September 2017
Previous: 2136 - August 2017
Movement: (-151)

Model Year Details (2)

YEAR CAT MODEL
2000 R.2026B 2000
Class 14XX Locomotive
2001 R.2026B 2001
Class 14XX Locomotive

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Model Catalogue Information

YEAR INFORMATION
2000 Typically GWR, the 14XX was designed by C. B. Collett and entered service in 1933 for light branch duties. Almost all of the class were fitted for push-pull operation and were quite often seen coupled to Autocoaches. Fitted with a Type 7 motor, this model with its separately fitted blackened handrails and precision decorated body is a must for all GWR based layouts.
2001 Typically GWR, the 14XX was designed by C. B. Collett and entered service in 1933 for light branch duties. Almost all of the class were fitted for push-pull operation and were quite often seen coupled to Autocoaches. Fitted with a Type 7 motor, this model with its separately fitted blackened handrails and precision decorated body is a must for all GWR based layouts.

Motor Information

YEAR MOTOR
2000 Type 7
2001 Type 7

Catalogue Images (2)

R.2026B - Class 14XX Locomotive - 2000
R.2026B Class 14XX Locomotive - 2000

R.2026B - Class 14XX Locomotive - 2001
R.2026B Class 14XX Locomotive - 2001


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