Bachmann OO 31-481

G2A 49106 BR Black Early Emblem Weathered

£134.95 £107.96 £26.99

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Description

Bachmann OO 31-481 G2A 49106 BR Black Early Emblem Weathered

Class G2A
Built: 1912 - 1934
Built for: LNWR (absorbed by the LMS)
Designed by: Charles Bowen Cooke
Duties: Freight
Wheels: 0-8-0
Opening smoke-box door
Open cab
Adjustable tender drawbar length
Hinged tender fall plate
Sprung Buffers


Specifications



Specification
Product Code:31-481
Scale:OO
Digital:DCC Ready. Fitted with a 21 pin decoder socket. Requires 21 pin decoder.
Approximate Pack Weight:552g
Era:Era 4 - 1948 - 1956 British Railways Early Emblem


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