Kit/Scratch Built Finescale O Gauge Midland 'Spinner' 4-2-2 '1856'

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A Little on the Collection

This model is one from a once in a lifetime, single owner collection which we currently have for sale. It comprises of locos, coaches and wagons from the Pioneering era, right up to the Early BR period, with the majority professionally built and painted from prestigious names within the industry.

Many locos also have inside working valve motion, extensive backhead detailing and some stunning lubricator pipe work.

All have had little running time, spending the majority of their lives in dust-free cabinets with oxygen absorbers to maintain their high-end paint finish.

The majority of the professionally painted models we're finished by Ian Rathbone, with a large proportion being built, both kit and scratch, by Bill Davis

Fact File

Origin: Scratch/kit built

Build & Paint Standard: Professionally built and painted

Motor/Gearbox: Canon motor with helical gears

Our reference: ECT410-656


Stunning cab detailing

Inside working valve gear

Sprung buffers

Sprung screw-link couplings

Brass/Die-cast construction


Pre-owned, in excellent overall condition.

The model has been used a number of times and does have some very minor paint 'nicks' to raised edges, with feet outlines where a crew once stood in the cab.

Track Test

All our O gauge models are tested on Peco track, this includes a left and right hand point alongside a 6 foot radius curve.

On straight track, the model is an excellent smooth runner.

On curves, the model can sometimes bind or short, due to the large centre drive wheel

Sale Includes

Loco supplied in one of our foam lined loco boxes

6 Month mechanical warranty with ourselves


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