Hornby R3753 Beggs Tooling, Class 264 'Pug', 0-4-0ST, 854 | OO Scale
‘The Celtic Yardie’, these small 0-4-0 saddle tank locomotives were built in Scotland during the late Victorian and early Edwardian eras and were mainly used as shunting engines in railway works yards around Glasgow. Some locomotives lasted until 1962, well into British Railways’ service, with a number being sold on to private industrial companies for use on factory railway sidings.
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This locomotive is DC ANALOGUE only but can be fitted with a hard wire decoder.
|DCC TYPE||DC Analogue|
|BUILD DATE/ERA||Era 2 (1870-1922)
|Era 3 (1923-1947)
"The Big Four"
|COUPLING||Body Mounted Tension Lock|