USED Hornby 0-4-0 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railways (L&YR) 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive

USED Hornby 0-4-0 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railways (L&YR) 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive
USED Hornby 0-4-0 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railways (L&YR) 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive USED Hornby 0-4-0 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railways (L&YR) 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive USED Hornby 0-4-0 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railways (L&YR) 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive USED Hornby 0-4-0 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railways (L&YR) 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive USED Hornby 0-4-0 Lancashire & Yorkshire Railways (L&YR) 0-4-0 Tank Locomotive
Brand: Hornby. Scale: OO. Gauge: OO/HO
Product Code: PM042HUL
Availability: 1
Price: AU$89.99
Ex Tax: AU$89.99

Available Options


* Analogue or DCC:

   - OR -   

HORNBY
USED
Lancashire & Yorkshire Railways (L&YR) Class 101 Tank Engine
UNBOXED
Running No. 365


This Locomotive is in Excellent Running Condition! It appears to have had very little, if any, use.
The Locomotive Chassis is also in virtually mint condition - with one minor exception. As seen in one of the photos, the side steps on one side is missing one rung. The photo shows the difference between the two side. The difference is barely noticeable.

This loco can be converted to DCC for an additional cost of only $35.00. Simply choose the DCC option in the 'Available Options' above.

THIS IS A VERY RARE LOCOMOTIVE!!!

The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway was incorporated in 1847 following the amalgamation of several earlier local railways.
Serving the industrial heart of the North West of England and forming the critical link to the mineral wealth of Yorkshire, the L & Y rapidly grew into a complex and progressive railway system, with considerable shipping interests on the north-
west coast and North Sea. This was coupled with an immense freight business, an extensive commuter network, a heavy traffic in tourists to Blackpool and other holiday destinations around Morecambe Bay and of course the famous trans-pennine expresses linking Manchester, Liverpool with Leeds, Bradford and York. It became the third-largest railway system based in Northern England (after the Midland and North Eastern Railways) and the largest whose network was entirely within Northern England. The L&YR consisted of 1,650 Locomotives. This meant it was by far the most densely-trafficked system in the British Isles with more locomotives per mile than any other company. One third of its 738 signal boxes controlled junctions - averaging one every 3.5 miles (6 km). No two stations were more than 5.5 miles (9 km) apart and it ran 1,904 passenger services. It was the first mainline railway to introduce electrification of some of its lines. The L&YR amalgamated with the London and North West Railway on 1 January 1922. One year later, the merged company became the largest constituent of the London, Midland and Scottish (LMS) Railway.

Scale
OO Scale
Gauge
OO/HO Gauge
Power
Analogue

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