Hornby R3621OL. J36 Class 722 LNER Black
Hornby R3621OL. Class J36 0-6-0
722 – Fitted with Tender Cab
In LNER Black Livery.
Olivia’s Additional Options of Tender Cab
In Stock Ready to Order
£175 – Analogue.
£207 – 8 Pin Decoder Fitted
£250 – TTS Fitted with No DCC Additional Services
£316 – ESU V5 Olivia’s Sound Fitted.
Additional Services To Both Your Loco or Shop Loco:
£45 – Fitting Tender Cab to Your Loco
£25 – Renumber to 65293 (Includes Smokebox Number) or number of your Choice
£10 – Emblem of your Choice
£10 – Shed Plate of your Choice
£ 7 – Train Crew Fitted (Driver & Fireman.)
£30 – Weathering Service (You Choice)
£10 – Real Coal Fitted
Additional Work Available- DCC Fitted Only. (NOT TTS)
£20 – Firebox Flicker (if not fitted with oil lamps)
£45 – ESU Stay Alive Fitted (ESU Decoder Req)
£ 7 – Cab Light
£36 – Additional Fitting Services (this charge + your options of the below.)
£ 5 – Oil Lamps Each- Click Here For Different Lamp Codes.
£13 – Firebox Flicker (if fitted with oil lamps)
The J36 was introduced in 1888 by the North British Railway Company and saw sterling service throughout their lives with the LNER and BR.
J36s were often used for snow-plough duty clearing heavy snow falls. For these and other duties in exposed areas, a number of the class were also fitted with tender cabs to provide some protection to the crew from the weather. Many of these cabs remained in place throughout their operational lives until being withdrawn from service.
In 1887, Matthew Holmes, Locomotive Superintendent of the North British Railway, decided to stop building goods locomotives with 17” cylinders and replace them with a larger class than the previous Drummonds. Utilising the same wheelbase and firebox as the Drummond 17” but with a new standard boiler, the first six NBR Class C locomotives were introduced in 1888 and such was their success that by 1900, 168 locomotives had been built.
Built at Cowlairs in June 1897, 722 was rebuilt with the NBR standard boiler by the LNER in May 1923, following Grouping. Renumbered shortly after, in March 1926, as 9722, by June 1926 the locomotive was allocated to St. Margarets Shed.By April 1930 the locomotive had moved south of the border, being allocated to Carlisle and whilst here received the 1946 LNER number 5293, changing to 65293 under BR in September 1948.
The NBR named a number of the J36s in 1919, in recognition of their overseas service during World War 1. Some of them lost their names whilst visiting ‘foreign’ works. The names were usually restored at a later date, and there are a number of cases of this cycle repeating itself. The official names are given below. BR No. 65311 was given the unofficial name of Haig in 1955.
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New P&P Cost UK & International From July 2020
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£6 Royal Mail upto 10kg (Recorded Delivery 2-5 days) from postal Date
£10 DHL Next Day Delivery upto 10kg (from pick up schedule)
£22 DHL upto 1kg insured to £300
£34 DHL Insured to £800
Over 1kg we will discuss the weight & insured value on a per order valuation.
Tel: 0114 3216 160 Or 0114 2647 449.