The Dean Goods was the workhorse of the GWR goods department from 1883 until the twilight of the Steam era. The final locomotive was withdrawn in 1957. The class had become the standard locos for the lightly built and winding Welsh lines by their withdrawal.
Serving both at home and abroad during two World Wars, the 0-6-0 Tender loco epitomises locomotive practice under William Dean.
Pick ups on all drive wheels and rear wheels plus front and rear tender wheel sets
High definition livery specification
Separately fitted detail components
Motor Gearing to reflect scale speed operation
Highly detailed cab interior
1:76 scale means that this is 76 times smaller than the full sized vehicle(s)