BAGNALL 7″ x 12″ Live Steam 0-4-0ST in 7/8ths” Scale

Bagnall were renowned builders of industrial locomotives for both standard gauge and narrow gauge.  They developed a huge range of designs and built numerous engines for the ‘big four’ and the MOD.  The 7″ x 12″ saddle tank was a mid-range narrow gauge design that could be supplied in a number of different formats.  Several examples of the type have been preserved, one of the most famous being the Rev. Teddy Boston’s ‘Pixie’ which ran round his railway in the garden of Cadeby rectory!

In light of the success of our Quarry Hunslet in this scale, used to represent 2′ gauge on 45mm track, we have decided to produce our second live steam locomotive for this market.  The more generous proportions of models in this scale have given us the opportunity to look at prototypes which would be rather too small in 1:19 scale but which we have long hankered to produce.  The model is gas fired and fitted with a water gauge with blow-down valve, miniature pressure gauge; constructed of stainless steel and etched brass, the loco has an enhanced level of detail made possible by this scale including a brake stand / gas control valve and water gauge.  It is not gauge-adjustable and is only available in 45mm gauge.


  • Scale: 22.5mm to 1 foot (1:13.7)
  • Gauge: 45mm only
  • Length: 320mm (over buffers0
  • Width: 125mm
  • Height: 190mm
  • Boiler: Centre Flue
  • Working Pressure: 60psi
  • Weight: TBC
  • Minimum Radius: 760mm (2 feet 6 inches)
  • Reversing Gear: Slide valves, simplified Walschaerts, reverse by lever in the cab
  • Fuel: Butane Gas
  • Boiler Fittings: Safety valve, miniature pressure gauge, water gauge with blow-down valve.
  • Cab Controls: Steam regulator, gas regulator, reverse lever, displacement lubricator with under-floor drain.

Colours available, subject to production batch:

S78-3B  Bagnall 0-4-0ST in Black
S78-3BU Bagnall 0-4-0ST in Blue
S78-3G  Bagnall 0-4-0ST in Green
S78-3R  Bagnall 0-4-0ST in Red

You can download the instructions for the Bagnall here.

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