Hornby Transitional BR, ‘Carrisbrooke’, 0-6-0T, W14 Terrier Steam Locomotive – Era 4


A real crowd-pleaser, the Terrier looks great in this transitional British Railways livery…

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SKU: T14 - R3848 Categories: , EAN/Barcode: 5055286671371


When the Isle of Wight Railway relinquished Terriers W9, W10, W12 and W14 back to the mainland, W13 Carisbrooke continued as one of three Terriers left on the Island and was fitted with motor gear to operate on Merstone to Ventnor West services, until war was declared in 1939.

By 1942, Carisbrooke was the last Terrier working, albeit on Newport piloting duties, but by November 1945 the locomotive had resumed Ventnor West services, passing into British Railways stock on 1 January 1948.

Ryde Works carried out their own relivery on the engine, hand painting shaded ‘British Railways’ lettering over the base Malachite Green and Carisbrooke remained in this condition until Autumn 1952, by which point it had left the Island and was operating on the Hayling Island Branch, numbered 32677.

Gauge: 00
Finish: Standard
Length: 105mm
DCC Type: DCC Ready
Period: Era 4
Operator/Livery: Transitional BR
Class: Terrier
Designer: William Stroudley
Entered Service: 1880
Minimum Curve: R1
Age Suitability: 14+
Motor: 3 Pole Skew Wound
Wheel Configuration: 0-6-0

Additional information

Weight 0.77 kg

SR (Southern Railway)

Power type

DCC ready