Hornby R3713 BR Princess Royal 4-6-2 46207 Princess Arthur of Connaught | OO Gauge
Originally proposed to be named as Princess Alice, 6207 Princess Arthur of Connaught entered service on loan at Crewe North on 10 August, 1935, before heading on to be allocated to Camden from 1st September. During 1958/59, four 'Princess Royals' were repainted into British Railways' version of the LMS pre- war Crimson Lake livery, 46207 Princess Arthur of Connaught being the first on 9 May, 1958, while allocated to Edge Hill Shed.
This model can be purschaed in either DCC Ready or DCC Fitted:
This locomotive is DCC READY and takes a 8-pin type decoder.
DCC Fitting Service
If you would like a suitable decoder fitted to this locomotive prior to shipping, please add DCCFIT-R8249 to your shopping cart. Alternatively, this model is also available in a 'DCC FITTED' version and can be viewed by clicking here.
|DCC TYPE||DCC Ready (8-pin type)|
|BUILD DATE/ERA||Era 5 (1957-1966)
"British Railways Late Crest"
|OPERATOR||British Railways (BR)|
|CLASS||LMS Princess Royal|
|MOTOR TYPE||5 Pole Skew Wound|
|COUPLING||NEM Pocket Type (tension lock supplied)|