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Jinty 3F LMS Crimson Lake 16410
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Jinty 3F LMS Crimson Lake 16410

Product Code: 16410
4.5 / 5   3 reviews
100% of reviewers would recommend this product to others.
From £225.00
(From £187.50 excl. VAT)
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This O gauge model is an exclusive, one-off edition consisting of only 300 models.

This particular Jinty started life as LMS 16410 and was built in 1926 by the North British Locomotive Company in Glasgow.

Originally allocated to Willesden, 16410 served at many different depotís in itís life.  In 1934 it was renumbered 7327 by the LMS.  When the LMSR was nationalised and British Railways were formed, 7327 (then based at Willesden) became 47327.  Withdrawn in 1966 it was sold for scrap, fortunately to Woodham Bros in Barry where it survived the cutters torch and bought by the Midland Railway trust in 1970.  This was one of two Jintyís bought from the scapyard by the newly formed trust (the other being 47357).  It is a popular locomotive and has been painted in many colours in preservation, including lined LMS livery, as Thomas the Tank engine and most recently as S&DJR number 23.

  • Sprung metal buffers
  • Die Cast running plate for extra quality and weight
  • Complete firebox glow and flicker
  • Sprung metal coupling hook and screw coupling
  • Etched plates (where applicable)
  • Finely moulded body with separately added fine details
  • DCC ready with a 21-pin socket
  • DCC/ sound fitted models available with RealDrive. Sound profile recorded from 47406 at the GCR
  • Cast profiled wheels with fine relief and appropriate colouring
  • Tungsten chassis and all wheel pick up  
  • Powerful 5 pole skew wound motor with refined slow running control
LovelyJinty
I purchased this lovely little engine from DCC supplies when on offer. The engine is very nicely built and finished, runs straight out of the box and very well. Only problem came when fitting the decoder, if, like me, you are fitting an 8 pin decoder (I had a spare one in stock - TCS T1) the 8 pin to 21 pin adapter plate will fit, but there is not enough room for the 8 pin plug on top, so you have to solder the wires straight onto the underside of the adapter - or buy a 21 pin lead (if you can get one). Just a note here, the Dapol Terriers have no room at the top so a 21 pin lead is the only option. Simple little job and the loco runs a treat in both DC and DCC form.
Geoff - Cleethorpes
SuperlittleJinty
Just received the Dapol Jinty and popped it onto the rollers and away it went, very smoothly. I fitted a spare TCS-T1 chip that I had on stock, and away it went quite happily around my large garden railway. At this sort of price, you just cant go wrong
Geoff - Cleethorpes
dapollimitededitonmaroonjinty
excellent detailed model the printed numbers crest and builders plate are ledgerable the colour is far to red and should be more maroon but all in all an excellent smooth runner with sum excellent detail would recommend it
Sharon - peterborough
Jinty 3F LMS Crimson Lake 16410
Product Code:16410
Jinty 3F LMS Crimson Lake 16410

This O gauge model is an exclusive, one-off edition consisting of only 300 models.

This particular Jinty started life as LMS 16410 and was built in 1926 by the North British Locomotive Company in Glasgow.

Originally allocated to Willesden, 16410 served at many different depotís in itís life.  In 1934 it was renumbered 7327 by the LMS.  When the LMSR was nationalised and British Railways were formed, 7327 (then based at Willesden) became 47327.  Withdrawn in 1966 it was sold for scrap, fortunately to Woodham Bros in Barry where it survived the cutters torch and bought by the Midland Railway trust in 1970.  This was one of two Jintyís bought from the scapyard by the newly formed trust (the other being 47357).  It is a popular locomotive and has been painted in many colours in preservation, including lined LMS livery, as Thomas the Tank engine and most recently as S&DJR number 23.

  • Sprung metal buffers
  • Die Cast running plate for extra quality and weight
  • Complete firebox glow and flicker
  • Sprung metal coupling hook and screw coupling
  • Etched plates (where applicable)
  • Finely moulded body with separately added fine details
  • DCC ready with a 21-pin socket
  • DCC/ sound fitted models available with RealDrive. Sound profile recorded from 47406 at the GCR
  • Cast profiled wheels with fine relief and appropriate colouring
  • Tungsten chassis and all wheel pick up  
  • Powerful 5 pole skew wound motor with refined slow running control
From £225.00
(From £187.50 excluding VAT)