Bachmann brings you this OO scale Midland Railway 1532 (1P) Tank No. 58072 in BR lined black (Early Emblem) livery which enhances this delightful little model even further.
This era 4 model features a realistic firebox flicker, sprung buffers, and has been modelled with a Belpaire boiler and portrays a condensing engine. An accessory pack is included, along with an additional wheelset with traction tyres for those wishing to haul heavier trains!
Bachmann Branchline OO Scale
Highly detailed BR Lined Black (Early Emblem) livery
Belpaire Boiler Variant
Additional Wheelset with Traction Tyres for those requiring increased haulage
Realistic Firebox Flicker
Equipped with a NEXT 18 DCC Decoder Socket recommended Decoder item No. 36-567
MR 1532 CLASS HISTORY
One Hundred and fifteen of these and the similar 1823 and 1833 Classes lightweight passenger tanks were built for the Midland Railway from 1881 to 1900 by Derby Works, Dubs & Co. and Neilson. All passed to the LMS in 1923 and although withdrawals started as early as 1930, the final locomotive was not retired by BR until 1959. They were distributed widely across the former MR and S&DJR system from North Yorkshire and the Midlands to the South West and London, where certain locomotives had condensing gear for working through Metropolitan Railway tunnels.