LSWR/SR/BR Drummond L11 4-4-0 7mm and 4mm kits
new kit contains alternative parts to enable construction of an accurate model
of one of Dugald Drummond’s L11, mixed traffic 4-4-0s, from their introduction
in 1903 to the last withdrawals in 1952.
The kit is highly detailed in etched nickel silver and brass with detail castings in brass and whitemetal. Construction of the loco ‘body’ is eased considerably by the use of a fold up jig for the footplate.
kit - Ref. L7/28 - £246.00
LSWR Drummond pattern hornblocks - Ref. HB7/4. Pack of four - £7.25
as an extra, is a kit to construct fully working inside motion. This includes
brass castings for crossheads and valve rods but not the cast brass cranks
required when Slater’s axles are used.
motion kit (no cranks) - Ref. IM7/28 - £35.00
Cast cranks of authentic pattern for use with Slater’s axles - Ref. IM7/13 - £8.00 per pair
4000 gallon double bogie ‘water cart’ - Ref.T7/11 - £120.000
3500 gallon six wheel – Ref.T7/14 - £120.000
4mm loco kit - Ref. L26 LSWR/SR/BR Drummond L11 4-4-0 - £96.00
kit contains alternative parts to enable construction of an accurate model from
their introduction in 1903 to the last withdrawals in 1952.
Needs Drummond 3500 gallon six wheel tender or 4000 gallon water cart tender.
Kit for working inside motion – IM26 - £19.00
Special High Level Gearbox (available from High Level) with Mashima 1420 motor recommended.
In addition to the photos of the model under construction, photos are included of two prototype L11s, at the beginning and the end of their working lives.
It will be possible to build models of both prototypes, and others from the SR-period, from the kit.
The model shows E 164 in 1930s condition.
The options selected include plain coupling rods, brake-gear as modified by Urie, clamping dogs for the smokebox door, extended sand box fillers, LSWR lamp sockets with modifications to enable SR lamps to be used and additional lubrication pipework on the LHS of the boiler/firebox.
The loco model is paired with a Drummond 8-wheel 'Watercart' tender.
No. 166 in Drummond condition in the 1900s with 6-wheel tender.
30171 in early 1950s condition with 8-wheel 'Watercart' tender.