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8763. British Railways Lined black livery, with Early Emblem

This locomotive was built at Swindon in 1933 and allocated to Old Oak Common where it spent its entire working life. By the early 1950s many panniers were fitted with top feed boilers. In contrast to the more common plain black livery, 8763 was treated to full mixed traffic lining as its duties included working empty coaching stock in and out of London Paddington. It was withdrawn in 1962.

Features: Top feed boiler, 8750 style cab, Bunker steps fitted, Injector overflow routed outside running plate.


Detailed Specification

  • Highly detailed 0-6-0PT 00 gauge model, 1:76.2 scale on 16.5mm track
  • Minimum Radius 438mm (2nd radius set track)
  • RP25-110 profile 00 gauge wheels
  • Coreless motor with flywheel geared for maximum performance and slow speed running
  • Die-cast metal chassis and pickups to all wheels.
  • Next18 DCC ready or ESU LokSound V5 sound fitted, slot mounted in smokebox
  • PowerPack capacitor for uninterrupted power
  • Two quality sugar cube speakers contained in sound capsule located for best possible sound.
  • Small, flexible neck NEM coupler mounts set at correct height, with mini-tension-lock couplers.
  • Brake rigging factory fitted
  • Brake blocks aligned with wheels
  • Scale width wire handrails and sand pipes
  • Fully detailed cab interior with twin LED pulsing/steady Firebox glow
  • Etched metal/plastic detail parts, including grab handles, steps, buffer pipework, lamp irons etc.
  • Turned brass whistles etched whistle shields (where fitted)
  • Sliding roof ventilator
  • Etched metal pre-painted number plates and works plates.
  • Fully sprung metal buffers, factory-installed pipework and screw/3 link couplings
  • Magnetically removable smoke box door

ACC2875 8750 Class - 8763 - Early Emblem Lined Black

SKU: ACC2875
Estimated early 2025
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