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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
The 1953 Ealing Comedy ‘The Titfield Thunderbolt’ remains a firm favourite with railway enthusiasts. In it, the character Dan lives in a grounded former railway carriage, the basis for this 00 Scale model. A version on its wagon (as per the end of the film) is available separately.
IMPORTANT: while most models available here have been pre-tested and known to work, this scratch-aid has not been printed/tested by myself, so while the measurements appear correct it is considered strictly experimental. It may also work as an operational coach body, but as the original design was technically not intended, its fit in the loading gauge cannot be guaranteed.
Optional additional details to scratchbuild (at the builder's discretion):
I hope you enjoy this unusual and eye-catching model.