||L.N.E.R. / B.R. A4 (1935) Streamlined with corridor tender.
||L.N.E.R. / B.R. A4 (1936) Streamlined with non-corridor tender.
This is our most detailed and realistic kit to date featuring detail
parts tooled by Master Model Tony Reynalds. Tony is widely regarded
as the best Model Maker of his generation and by combining his ability
with our own in-house expertise we have produced a truly outstanding
kit worthy of this iconic prototype.
Kit PMP10A comes with 1935 Streamlined Corridor Tender and covers Locomotives
2509-2512 and 4491-4497. All major variants and alternative fittings
are included. A comprehensive history and bibliography are included
in the assembly instruction booklet, which also comprise isometric assembly
drawings and supporting digital photos of a model being constructed
step-by-step. Some famous names covered by this kit include Silver Fox,
Silver Link and Commonwealth of Australia.
Kit PMP10B comes with 1936 Streamlined Non Corridor Tender and covers
Locomotives 4462-4469, 4499-4500 and 4900-4903. All major variants and
alternative fittings are included. A comprehensive history and bibliography
are included in the assembly instruction booklet, which also comprise
isometric assembly drawings and supporting digital photos of a model
being constructed step-by-step. Some of the famous names covered by
this kit are record-breaking Mallard, Wild Swan and Seagull.
The kit features many refinements including over 20 sprues of lost-wax
cast detail and the very finest 4-level etching for tenders and cab.
The cab is etched and has sliding side windows and an etched valance
plate gives a really sharp edge to the cast footplate. Other etched
parts include tender chassis and locomotive chassis and optional side
skirts. All etched parts have been upgraded to nickel silver for even
The body is a 'state-of the-art' one-piece pewter casting. The boiler
bakchead and fittings are faithfully reproduced and beautifully detailed
cast parts include brake shoes, axle boxes and more.
Further realism is achieved with CNC turned, prototypical profile and
'double action' functioning sprung buffers and nickel-silver cast crossheads,
pistons, slidebars, return cranks, expansion links and front and rear
valve crossheads. Anti-vacuum valves and drain cocks are rendered in
cast brass and brake, steam heating and water hoses are flexible.
The tender has sprung centre wheels, well tank and water scoop and the
Streamlined Corridor Tender can be built either fully flared or semi
flared as they ran in later life. Optional parts are included for roller
bearings. Stainless steel strips letters and numbers are included to
cover locomotives 4491-2.
Kit requires motor/gearbox and wheels to complete which we can supply
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