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The London, Midland and Scottish Railway took delivery of a total of 50 locomotives. The engines were concentrated on a small number of sheds including Shrewsbury (4A), Crewe South (5B), Mold Junction (6B) and Toton (18A). As a result, they saw restricted usage on parts of the LMS network, mostly working on the Southern sections.  No.2415 was a standard American Locomotive Company (ALCO) engine and has been depicted in wartime condition. It was subsequently sent to Germany and worked from the Koblenz-Lutzel shed, before finally moving to Hungary with MAV and becoming 411.290.
Tooling variations- 
•Standard lamp irons
•Straight strap smokebox door
•Westinghouse air pump
•Pipework mounted behind chimney
•Straight running boards
•Right hand drive with pole reverser and original pattern firehole door
•Standard wartime tender
•Boiler-mounted ejector pipe fitted

#*# No.2415 (LMS), dark grey with U.S.A on tender

SKU: 926002
£242.96 Regular Price
£24.30Sale Price

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