LMS Compound Version 2

The LMS Compound was built in the 1920s and 1930s by the LMS railway, a slight variation on the older Midland railway type. The loco was developed to give extra power, to enable fast climbs over some of the more hilly Midland railway routes, notably the Settle and Carlisle and Ambergate – Manchester route

  • Quick Drive Compatible
  • Custom Cab
  • Custom Sounds from Steam Sounds Supreme
  • Variety of Liveries: BR Black Early Crest, Gill Sans, Wartime Black, LMS pre and post 1928 livery
  • 4 Midland railway/LMS period one coaches in BR Carmine, Midland and LMS simple liveries (12 vehicles total).
  • Advanced Scripted effects: Working headcodes, reverser creep, particle effects etc
  • Build Date: 1924-1932
  • Total Built: 195
  • Wheel Arrangement: 4-4-0
  • Length: 56 feet 7 7/8 inches
  • Weight: 61.69 tons
  • Number of Cylinders: 3: one high pressure inside, two low pressure outside
  • Cylinder Size: High pressure: 19in x 26 in Low pressure: 21in x 26in
  • Coal Capacity: 4.1 – 5.6 tons
  • Water Capacity: 3,500 imp gal
  • Boiler Pressure: 200 psi (G9AS Boiler)
  • Driving Wheel Diameter: 6 Feet 9 inches
  • Tractive Effort: 22,650 lbf
  • Designer: LMS Railway Derby, UK

Price: £9.99