GWR Collett Goods Loco

The Great Western Railway (GWR) 2251 Class was a class of 0-6-0 steam tender locomotive designed for medium-powered freight. They were introduced in 1930 as a replacement for the earlier Dean Goods 0-6-0s and built up to 1948. In service they were colloquially known simply as ‘Colletts’.

 

  • Lighting effects for lamps and firebox
  • Changeable numbers and shed plates
  • Changeable chimney and safety valve bonnets
  • Custom lamp system, allowing automatic setting of headcodes depending on the train class (See below for further details)
  • Realistic physics
  • Loco information and Quick drives
  • Particle steam effects: Sanders, cylinder cocks, safety valves, injectors, chimney sparks. Main smoke effect changes with firing efficiency
  • GWR unlined, BR plain and lined black, lined green liveries
  • Fully animated cab, with opening windows and changeable crew seats
  • Full sound set created from recordings of a preserved example, expertly tuned to the locomotive by Steam Sounds Supreme
  • 3 scenarios supplied for the Rivera in the 1950s route (TS2016)

  • Power Classification: 3MT
  • Build Date: 1930-1948
  • Total Built: 120
  • Wheel Arrangement: 0-6-0
  • Length: 53 feet 8.25 inches
  • Weight: 43 tons 8 cwt
  • Number of Cylinders: 2
  • Cylinder Size: 17.5inch x 24 inch
  • Coal Capacity:5 tons 0 hundredweight
  • Water Capacity: 3,500 imp gal
  • Boiler Pressure: 200psi
  • Driving Wheel Diameter: 5 Feet 2 inch
  • Tractive Effort:20,155 lbs
  • Designer: Charles Collett

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