Hornby BR ‘Terrier’ 0-6-0T 32655 Steam Locomotive – Era 4
Neat, tidy and easy-to-run, the Terrier steam locomotive in the new tooling for 2019 – a real crowdpleaser…
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As the Southern Railway was absorbed into British Railways, 2655 was stored under cover and out of use at Fratton, one of six Terriers, where only two were required for the Hayling branch.
In December 1949, the newly numbered 32655 became the first Terrier to receive the BR lined black livery at Brighton and then regularly worked the Hayling services until 1960. 32655 also hauled the last K&ESR public passenger services on 2 Jan. 1954.
Please note: This uses the 2 Function Locomotive Decoder (with NEM 651, 6 Pin Plug).
DCC Type: DCC Ready
Period: Era 4 (1948 – 1956)
Operator/Livery: Early BR, Lined Black
Designer: William Stroudley
Entered Service: 1890
Minimum Curve: R1
Age Suitability: 14+
Motor: 3 Pole Skew Wound
Wheel Configuration: 0-6-0T
British Railways (Early)