Flying Scotsman - LNER - type A1 - Hornby

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Flying Scotsman - LNER - type A1 - Hornby History
A1 Class 4472 Flying Scotsman entered traffic on 24 February, 1923, unnamed, as LNER No. 1472. Selected as the LNER's presitige exhibit for the forthcoming British Empire Exhibition at Wembley, 1472 emerged from Doncaster Works on 2 March, 1924 with the Company's Coat-of-Arms adorning the cabside, a new number; 4472 and named as Flying Scotsman. On 1 May, 1928, and fitted with a Corridor Tender, Flying Scotsman undertook the first non-stop run from London to Edinburgh.

The model
Separately fitted detail components
Highly detailed cab interior
The locomotive is equipped with an 8 pin DCC socket on the printed circuit board, which is ready to accept 8 pin DCC decoders.

Length: 293 mm
Number on locomotive: 4472

Techincal information:
* Smooth Running 8 Pole motor
* NEM Couplings
* DCC ready 8pin socket

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scale OO
dcc 8 pin
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maatschappij LNER
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