Class 37xx (City) Killarney

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Class 37xx (City) Killarney

The first City Class locomotive was built in 1903. They were used on express passenger services. The last was withdrawn in May 1931. One locomotive, a well known locomotive, the City of Truro, has been preserved and is owned by the National Railway Museum in York.

The model
The model feature a highly detailed firebox backhead, opening smokebox and a fire irons detailing pack.
The locomotive is equipped with an 21 pin DCC socket on the printed circuit board, which is ready to accept 21 pin DCC decoders.The locomotive is ready to accept sound decoder and has electrical pickup in tender.

Length: 240 mm
Running number: 3708
Name: Killarney
Minimum curve radius: 18 inches / 450 mm

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