Hornby R3855 Steam-Locomotive Princess-Royal No.46211-Queen-Maude BR-Green
6211 Queen Maud entered traffic on 21 October 1935 allocated to Camden shed and fitted with the riveted 9-ton LMS tender, which it retained until the first heavy service at Crewe during July 1936 when a riveted 10-ton tender was attached.
Fleetingly allocated to Crewe North at the outbreak of war in 1939, Queen Maud moved to the shed permanently on 22 May 1943 where it remained, apart from a two month stint at Edge Hill in 1956 until withdrawn on 7 October 1961.
Item Length – Without Packaging (cm) 36.2
Item Scale – 1:76 Scale 00 Gauge
Finish – Painted
Colour – Green
Gauge – OO
DCC Status – DCC Ready 8 pin socket
Operator – British Railways
Designer – Sir William Stanier
Wheel Configuration – 4-6-2
Livery – Lined Green
Minimum Curve (mm) – Radius 2
Motor – 5 Pole Skew wound
Class – Princess Royal