LMS Jinty 3F 0-6-0 Tanks

The LMS 3F 0-6-0T shunting engine. The Midland Railway had slowly evolved their 0-6-0 tank engines into a highly capable design suitabel for shutning, branch, local and even suburban passenger service. Henry Fowler added a Belpaire firebox and adopted the 3F Jinty as the LMS standard shunting and local service engine with 422 built between 1924 and 1931, including engines for the Somerset & Dorset Railway. 2nd batch of the Jinty models is expected Q2-3 2020.
Dapol 7S-026-001U 0 Gauge LMS Class 3F Jinty 0-6-0T Early LMS Black Livery Unnumbered

Dapol have released fully painted unnumbered LMS Jinty models in each of the liveries. This allows alternative numbers to be applied without repainting. This model is finished in the early LMS style with red boxed LMS lettering on the bunker.
£185.00
MRP £225.00
Warehouse: 1
Fast delivery from Warehouse.
(Product Ref 100531)
Unnumbered O gauge 3F Jinty finished in British Railways black livery with late crest.
£191.25
MRP £225.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 100544)
ESU 82482 O Gauge Loksound 4 Locomotive Sound Decoder 21-pin for Dapol O Gauge Dapol O Gauge LMS Jinty

South West Digital ESU Loksound 4 21-pin Locomotive Sound Decoder for LMS Jinty
Supplied with low-profile rectangular bass speaker.
£125.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 103220)
The railways of the Northern Counties Committee in Northern Ireland were operated by the Midland Railway, later becoming part of the LMS. Two of the LMS standard 3F Jinty shunting engines were regauged to the Irish 5'3" gauge in 1944 for service on the NCC, becoming class Y locomotives 18 and 19.
£191.25
MRP £225.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 100196)
Model of British Railways ex-LMS 3F Jinty 0-6-0 tank engine 47569 in BR black livery with early emblem.
Released from a works overhaul during 1948 before the new unicycling lion transfers were available ex-LMS Jinty tank 47501 received her new owners name written out on the side tanks in full as BRITISH RAILWAYS. Engines usually carried the lettering until their next overhaul or repaint, often at 7 year intervals.
£191.25
MRP £225.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 100200)
Detailed model of British Railways ex-LMS class 3F Jinty shunting engine 47406 finished in black livery with early emblem.
£191.25
MRP £225.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 100197)
Second batch of O gauge LMS 3F 0-6-0T Jinty shunting engines anticipated end quarter 1 2020.
Unnumbered model finished in British Railways plain black livery with early lion over wheel emblem.
£191.25
MRP £225.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 100547)
Ex-LMS Jinty 47482 was sent to Darlington for an overhaul and emerged finished with the ex-LNER works lettering style with the locomotive number applied to the side tank instead of the bunker with the British railways crest above it.
£191.25
MRP £225.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 100546)
Model of BR ex-LMS 3F Jinty 0-6-0 tank engine 47680 painted in black livery with late crest. Detailed model of the LMS standard class 3F 0-6-0 tank shunting engine known as the 'Jinty'. Developed from the Midland Railway designs these engines were capable branch line and suburban passenger engines as well as handling the regular shunting and trip goods train duties.
£191.25
MRP £225.00

Will be ordered - delivery as soon as possible.
(Product Ref 100199)
Have a question? Contact us

The Midland Railway had slowly improved their 0-6-0 tank engines, culminating in the Johnson 2441 class of 1899. LMS CME Henry Fowler added a Belpaire firebox and adopted the 3F Jinty as the LMS standard shunting and local service engine with 422 built between 1924 and 1931, including engines for the Somerset & Dorset Railway. The Jinty proved a very useful sized engine, capable of running at suitable speeds for local mainline and branch service with both goods and passenger trains. The engines could be found all over the LMS system, working as station pilots, shunting in yards, hauling local and suburban passenger trains and delivering the local pick-up goods. Many branch lines were served by 3F tanks as resident engines, or worked in with the branch goods.
The Dapol model is a highly detailed scale replica with careful tooling design allowing for many of the detail differences between individual locomotives to be replicated. The drive mechanism follows the successful pattern of Dapol's Terrier and 08 with a 5-pole motor and flywheel driving a gear train designed to give good low speed control and a realistically modest top speed.