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3D printed in black nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Please read this description! Please note: This product has yet to be test-printed. As such adjustments may be made in the future. If you order this please leave feedback and if you have any issues please contact me at:
A freelance Manning Wardle-Style 0-4-0ST, based on drawings for one (two, possibly) that operated with the SECR and later SR in departmental service. There are significant differences from this loco, as this is currently a test for my modelling processes.
Please Note: This body is solid, and as such cannot currently take a motorised chassis. However, This will be developed in time, as will a non-motorised chassis to provide a static model or one which can be propelled by a motorised wagon, or another locomotive.