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Stroudley C1 class 0-6-0 Goods Loco With Stroudley outside frame tender

Built 1882 - 1887: Nos. 412 - 432

Price £110 including P+P

This kit is now supplied to order

Members of the later C1 class mostly had the high-sided outside frame tender attached to them, as with this model

C1 Class
Both classes were still around in 1900, with most withdrawals taking plce from 1901 - 1904 for the C’s, and beginning in 1908 for the C1’s - many of which lasted until 1910/11 - the very last two being finally withdrawn in 1920 and 1924 respectively.

Summary of changes that occurred:
C no 77 - 96 until 1880: thence Nos 401 - 420.
Safety valves changed to Salter spring balance
Brakes added (as above)
Tender came in lowest-sided version with nos 84/5, sightly higher with all C’s, and highest with most C1’s

Various heights of steam dome were used on the tender over time - the tallest being earliest.
C1 nos 421 - 426 built 1882, nos 427 - 432 built 1884-7
The only visible changes that occurred were the reversing ever being fully exposed on the later batch, and the change of smokebox door with longer hinges for the later survivors.