Hornby R3631 BR H Class 0-4-4T 31265 | OO Gauge
6201 Princess Elizabeth entered service on 3 November, 1933, allocated initially to Camden Shed until 6 January, 1934, making a number of test runs with 500 ton trains and a Dynamometer car. Moving to Polmadie, Princess Elizabeth hauled many of the LMS headline express services and moved between Crewe North, Camden and Edge Hill as the need arose. Just prior to nationalisation, in August 1947, 6201 was repainted into LMS lined black.
This locomotive is DCC READY and takes a 8-pin type decoder.
DCC Fitting Service
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|DCC TYPE||DCC Ready (8-pin type)|
|BUILD DATE/ERA||Era 4 (1948-1956)
"British Railways Early Crest"
|OPERATOR||British Railways (BR)|
|CLASS||SECR H Class|
|LIVERY||Early BR Lined Black|
|MOTOR TYPE||5 Pole Skew Wound|
|COUPLING||NEM Pocket Type (tension lock supplied)|