Ellis Clark Trains E1007S O Gauge Stanier Class 5 4-6-0 "Black 5", Plain BR Black, '45337', Welded Tender, DCC Sound
Now in stock and available for immediate dispatch.
This particular Black 5 comes finished in Plain BR Black livery, with a welded tender and the running number '45337'.
History of '45337'
New to the LMS 04/1937 with Armstrong Whitworth works number 1392. 45337 was initially allocated to Blackpool (24E). When under BR it was allocated to Agecroft (26B) where it remained for 15 years. 45337 had been re-allocated to Southport (27C) at the end of August 1963, and then to Carlisle Kingmoor (12A) November 1964 where it was withdrawn in February 1965. Bought by the Woodham Brothers scrapyard in Barry 45337 remained there until 1984 where the 26B Railway Co Ltd purchased her for £7,500 in 1983. Costing £150,000, 45337 was returned to working order at the East Lancashire Railway in 1995. Going on tour 45337 has also visited Peak Rail, Nene Valley Railway, Mid Hants Railway, West Somerset Railway, Keighley & Worth Valley Railway and Llangollen.
Specifications & Features
Super detailed die-cast, brass and plastic construction
Genuine ABC Helical Gearbox, built in the UK
Maxon motor with ball bearing racers
Super detailed cab
Sprung axle boxes
Removable working loco lamps
Detail pack with snowplough included with every model
Will negotiate Peco 2nd Radius (40.5"/1028mm) & Setrack points
DCC Sound Versions:
Zimo Decoder - MS950, Exclusive sound file by Paul Chetter
Boom box double speaker (located in the loco)
Zimo exclusive sound project with 20+ functions
Weathering & Detailing by Neil Armitage
Neil has become very well known over the years for his excellent weathering and detailing work. From a light weathering, to a loco covered in rust, he is able to capture and recreate this in model form.
To add weathering to your Black 5, simply clickHEREand follow the instructions on the page.
Finescale O Gauge
Ellis Clark Trains
ABC Gearbox & Maxon Motor
DCC Sound| Fitted with a Zimo MS950 DCC chip, exclusive sound file by Paul Chetter