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OO Scale LNER Y6/GER G15 Tram Engine 3d printed

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OO Scale LNER Y6/GER G15 Tram Engine 3d printed
OO Scale LNER Y6/GER G15 Tram Engine 3d printed

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OO Scale LNER Y6/GER G15 Tram Engine

3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.

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Product Description
Model Contents:
  1. 1x LNER Y6/GER G15 Tram Body & Skirts
  2. 1x LNER Y6/GEr G15 Tram Roof with Pipework & Chimney

Model Kit Instructions :

Please note this kit is designed specifically for the Hornby 0-4-0 chassis. This is commonly found under the Smokey Joe Caledonian Pug, Class 06, Guest Keen & Nettlefolds and GWR 101 locomotives. You will need the chassis without outside valve gear, as it will be too big for the body. You will need to shorten the length of the chassis to under 61mm, as it will then fit the body shell.

In order to fit the chassis to the body, you will have to glue two locating lugs to the cut down chassis. These are shown in the product pictures.

History :

The GER Class G15 was a class of ten 0-4-0T steam tram locomotives designed by Thomas William Worsdell for the Great Eastern Railway. They passed to the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) at the 1923 grouping, and received the LNER classification Y6. 

They were used on the Wisbech and Upwell Tramway in East Anglia. They were later used elsewhere after being replaced by the more powerful GER Class C53 (LNER Class J70) 0-6-0Ts.

Four were withdrawn before the grouping – 131 in 1907, 130 in 1909, 127 and 128 in 1913. Sometime before 1921, numbers 125, 126 and 129 were placed on the duplicate list, and had their numbers prefixed with a "0" (The original numbers were reused on the 1921-batch of class C53 locomotives). Four more were withdrawn before the 1944 renumbering — 7132 in 1931, 07129 in 1933, 07125 and 07126 in 1943. The remaining two were numbered 8082 (ex-7133) and 8083 (ex-7134). Both survived into British Railways ownership in 1948 and they were numbered 68082 and 68083. The former was withdrawn in 1951, and the latter in 1952.
What's in the box:
3.15 x 7.88 x 4.9 cm
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1.24 x 3.1 x 1.93 inches
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