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SECR ‘H’ first look

 

The first decorated sample of the 2017 range Wainwright ‘H’ 0-4-4T is 306 in it elaborate South Eastern and Chatham Railway (SECR) lined green livery with maroon underframe (Cat No R3538) has been received by Hornby.

Rated by the manufacturer as its most complex steam locomotive livery so far, the SECR livery features full lining to the boiler, bufferbeam, side tanks, cab, footplate and the wheels together with a polished brass effect on the dome and more. Hornby has also noted that the sample has been delivered without the correct flared base chimney which will be present on the production version of 306.

Further livery samples of the Southern Railway and British Railways liveried ‘H’ 0-4-4Ts are on the way and will shown in a future issue of Hornby Magazine.

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