LB&SCR, Terrier, 0-6-0T, 48 ‘Leadenhall’, Era 2

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LB&SCR, Terrier, 0-6-0T, 48 ‘Leadenhall’, Era 2 (R3811)
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LB&SCR, Terrier, 0-6-0T, 48 ‘Leadenhall’, Era 2

In 1870 the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) was struggling to cope with the increasing London traffic. In 1871 drawings were approved and 6 locomotives were ordered. These locomotives were nicknamed 'Teriiers' due to their distinctive 'barking' exhaust note. Following on from their success and popularity, a further 44 locomotives were built. Later in 1876, the 48 Leadenhall was created and served in various locations until 1901 when the locomotive was relegated to the LB&SCR Duplicate List.

Gauge 00
Finish Standard
Length 105 mm
DCC Type DCC Ready
Period Era 2 (1870 - 1922)
Operator/Livery LB&SCR Improved Engine Green
Class A1
Designer Stroudley
Entered Service 1876
Minimum Curve 1st Radius + (371mm)
Age Suitability 14+
Motor 3 Pole Skew Wound
Wheel Configuration 0-6-0T