Based on 3D scan of 7808 Cookham Manor and full works drawings provided by Great Western Society, Didcot. Surveys undertaken with assistance of Erlestoke Manor Fund, Dinmore Manor Loco Ltd and Tyseley Locomotive Works. Smokebox and chimney correctly represents as-built GWR condition or post-1952 BR redraughting. Fully-detailed cab interior with many separate parts.Die-cast metal chassis, running plate and body. Etched metal/plastic and lost wax detail parts, incl. Grab handles, steps, drain cocks, etc. Etched metal pre-painted name and numberplates. Etched metal "Cambrian Coast Express" and "Pembroke Coast Express" headboards.
Fully sprung metal buffers and factory-installed pipework. Tapered or straight buffer housings where applicable. Brake blocks in line with wheels. Front mini-tension lock coupler can be replaced by accurate front pony truck moulding. Churchward 3,500 gal tender with numerous variations including riveted and flush sides, narrow or wide hornplates, three different styles of spring hanger and underframe-mounted water scoop.Fully sprung metal buffers, factory-installed pipework and high fidelity dummy screw couplings. Early tapered, tapered or straight buffer housings where applicable. Optional overhead warning plate bracket on late-BR examples. Kinetic NEM coupler mounts on tender at correct height with mini-tension-lock couplers.
DCC decoder socket in tender. Choice of lift out sections: empty or simulated'coal' load.DCC ready or factory-installed DCC Sound options. DCC Sound locomotives have speaker mounted in smokebox and speaker in tender. PowerPack capacitor bank for uninterrupted power and sound. Flickering firebox light (synchronised with sound on DCC installed models). Minimum Radius 438mm (2nd Radius Set-track). Die-cast metal chassis, running plate and body with sprung centre driving axle. Metal Helical Gear box for maximum performance and slow speed running. Gearing arranged so locomotive can achieve a scale top speed of 90 mph (145 km/h). RP25-110 profile OO gauge wheels.