Diagram showing some of the loco parts included on the fret. Not all parts shown are included.
Ironclad 0-6-0 a BR, LMS and Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway engine.
Introduced in 1876 by Barton Wright for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway. 230 were built to haul goods trains. A further 50 engines were built by the LMS which were number 12015 to 12064. Many passed to the LMS and BR.
This is a selection of parts for an Ironclad loco and tender body. Not all parts needed to make a loco and tender body are on the fret, some parts will need to be scratchbuilt. No chassis parts are included e.g. wheels, motor, gears, paint and transfers. The 2mm Association produces many parts which are suitable.
This etch has been reduced from a 4mm etch. At stages during assembly the builder will need to use their own solutions. The 2mm Association has publications and articles in their magazine which may be of help. The links below go to a pdf copy of the diagrams included with the 4mm etch and to a picture of the fret with the parts identified.
These etches are slightly large for N. The loco footplate is 2ft too long and 9in too wide.
28747 Ironclad some loco and tender body parts. £12.00.