Britannia 4-6-0

The 'Britannia' Class locos were the first of 12 types of standard locos designed by British Railways. Introduced in 1951 and intended to use the best ideas from SR, GWR, LMS and LNER locomotives, they were the first two cylinder British pacifics. Eventually totalling 55 members the class was withdrawn between 1965 and 1968, two are preserved, 70000 'Britannia' and 70013 'Oliver Cromwell' which worked the last official steam hauled train in the UK.

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Livery and weathering details: (click for a larger image)
BR Green livery in clean condition with early and late crests.

Choice of 6 different numbers, randomly chosen or selectable.
BR Green livery in clean condition
Crests, nameplates and numbers

Working vac pipes and couplings

(The same system implemented on the wagons)
Authentic whistle and engine sounds by Tony Weber
Changeable headcodes
Both front and rear illuminated
headcode lamps can be changed
in Surveyor and Driver
Headcode command compatible support for the headcode driver command

Tender tail lamps.

Headcode lamps (including tail lamps for running light engine) are selectable.

Animated roof vent.

The roof vent can be set in one of three positions.

Animated side windows.

Both the left and right-hand windows can be set in one of three positions.

Tender filler cover.

The tender filler hatch can be opened and closed.

Custom cab

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