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b-32-class-80-loco 3d printed

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White Natural Versatile Plastic
b-32-class-80-loco 3d printed
b-32-class-80-loco 3d printed

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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

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Product Description
Class 80 loco

Class 80 was the TOPS classification allocated by British Rail to the prototype 25 kV AC electric locomotive. This locomotive was built by Metropolitan-Vickers, initially as a prototype gas turbine-electric locomotive, numbered 18100. British Rail allocated the number E1000 (and later E2001) to the locomotive following its conversion from gas turbine propulsion.

The locomotive was used to prepare the ground for the 25 kV AC electrification being installed on the West Coast Main Line, including the testing of overhead line equipment and staff training.
Once the production locomotives (Class 81 onwards) were in service, E2001 was no longer required. It was put into store at the end of 1961, and lasted for over ten years at various locations. It was officially withdrawn in April 1968 and scrapped in November 1972 at J Cashmore in Great Bridge.

Requires chassis,wheels etc

Gauge 1 (1/32)

What's in the box:
8.6 x 62.48 x 10.9 cm
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3.38 x 24.6 x 4.29 inches
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