Sir William Stanier's Black 5 Locomotive
The new improved Black Five includes the ceramic burner, a reversing lever and a British made pressure gauge.
Sir William Stanier's Black 5 in live steam in 1/32 scale to run on Gauge One track.
The Black 5 was introduced into the London and Midland and Scottish Railway by Sir William Stanier in 1934. These locomotives were built until 1951 during the early years of British Railways.
These locomotives were equally at home with freight as well as passenger trains.
This model has slide valve operation and with the valve gear being able to be 'notched up'. Direction and speed are controlled from the cabin and there is a steam fed oil booster lubricator. The by-pass valve is located beneath the cabin. There is an axle pump, a hand pump in the tender. All axles, buffers and couplings are sprung. The copper boiler is fitted with steam pressure and water gauges as well as a working whistle.
This model will haul at least seven of the Bowande premium quality brass coaches.
Available in BR black
Warranty service and spare parts avaliable in Australia.