The Age of Steam

Our latest additions to the Small Scale Scenery range today are some tiny, tiny steam trains, which have been requested by several customers. We have sets of engines, passenger carriages and freight wagons, plus a special Flying Scotsman set. They’re designed to fit our existing range of track and railway buildings.

At this juncture I should point out that I’m no expert on trains; so please excuse any sloppy use of terminology…

The Steam Engines pack has four engine – two slightly different 0-6-0 tank engines, and two 4-6-2 locomotives, one with a coal tender.

The Passenger Carriages set has 15 carriages – ten 16mm long models (roughly 53′) and five at 12mm (c.40′). These include brake coaches (distinguished in this scale by having fewer windows).

The Freight Wagons set has five flat cars in two different sizes, five box cars also in two sizes and five open wagons.

And finally, one of the most famous steam engines of all (certainly in the UK) is the Flying Scotsman. The set contains the engine plus corridor tender, four passenger coaches and a brake coach. Although tiny, it’s still recognisable.

SSS-8128 – Steam Engines – £1.00
SSS-8129 – Passenger Carriages – £3.00
SSS-8130 – Freight Wagons – £3.00
SSS-8131 – The Flying Scotsman – £1.50