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S gauge freight bogie
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Introduced from 1896 for freight duties, the D50 class locomotive and its derivatives were destined to become the most plentiful class of locomotive on the system. In all 290 locomotives were built up until 1912. They were equipted with Belpaire boilers and Allen straight link valve gear. Most were superheated from 1912 and all had the familiar porthole cab. Five builders were used, Beyer Peacock (151), Dubs & Co (5), Neilson Reid & Co (10), North British Locomotive Co (84) and Clyde Engineering (30). They remained in use right up until the end of steam.
The kit can be supplied in four versions, these being:
Beyer Peacock built 50 class with Laird crosshead
Beyer Peacock built 50 class with Alligator crosshead
North British built 50 class with Laird crosshead
North British built 50 class with Alligator crosshead
Saturated 50 class with Laird crosshead
Saturated 50 class with Alligator crosshead
Product Code: NSWBXMS10
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