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LNER A1 Peppercorn 4-6-2. Proscale etched kit. Wheel base bogie 6’ 3” - 5’ 9” - 7’ 3” + 7’ 3” - 9’ 9”. The correct wheels for an A1 are:
bogie 3’ 2” 9.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM12 (330) from 3SMR
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Large hub Romford from 3SMR
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W1
drivers 6’ 8” 20 mm 20 spoke pin between, 26” stroke
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W38 3 mm Society W36 for 14.2
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W39 3 mm Society W37 for 14.2
trailing truck 3’ 8” 11 mm 10 spoke
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
8 wheel tender 4’ 2” 12.5 mm 12 spoke, 5,000 gallon tender wheel base 5’ 3” - 5’ 6” - 5’ 3”.
4’ 2” 12.5 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W84

LNER A3 Gresley 4-6-2. Proscale etched kit. Wheel base bogie 6’ 3” - 5’ 6” - 7’ 3” + 7’ 3” - 9’ 6”. The correct wheels for an A3 are:
bogie 3’ 2” 9.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM12 (330) from 3SMR
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Large hub Romford from 3SMR
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W1
4478 Hermit acquired a Darlington bogie in 1931 with 12 spoke wheels.
3’ 0” 9 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W?
drivers 6’ 8” 20 mm 20 spoke pin between, 26” stroke
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W38 3 mm Society W36 for 14.2
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W39 3 mm Society W37 for 14.2
trailing truck 3’ 8” 11 mm 10 spoke
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
8 wheel tender 4’ 2” 12.5 mm 12 spoke, The first 52 tenders are basically GNR with 12 spokes. 5,000 gallon tender wheel base 5’ 3” - 5’ 6” - 5’ 3”. Tenders swapped with A4s were given disc wheels and spoked wheels given to the replacement A3 tenders.
4’ 2” 12.5 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W84
or 4’ 2” 12.5 mm disc on tenders built after 1929, and some later replacements.
4’ 2” 12.5 mm Disc No pin Kean-Maygib KM18 (341) from 3SMR
4’ 0” 12 mm Disc No pin Romford from 3SMR

LNER A4 Gresley 4-6-2. GEM cast kit 3SMR G8 and Proscale etched kit. Wheel base bogie 6’ 3” - 5’ 6” - 7’ 3” + 7’ 3” - 9’ 6”. The correct wheels for an A4 are:
bogie 3’ 2” 9.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM12 (330) 3SMR
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Large hub Romford 3SMR
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W1
drivers 6’ 8” 20 mm 20 spoke pin between, 26” stroke
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W38 3 mm Society W36 for 14.2
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W39 3 mm Society W37 for 14.2
trailing truck 3’ 8” 11 mm 10 spoke
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
8 wheel tender 4’ 2” 12.5 mm disc, 5,000 gallon tender wheel base 5’ 3” - 5’ 6” - 5’ 3”.
4’ 2” 12.5 mm Disc No pin Kean-Maygib KM18 (341)
4’ 0” 12 mm Disc No pin Romford

LNER B1 Thompson 4-6-0. Proscale cast and etched kit Society PS2. Bill Bedford does an etched add on boiler and cab CES 114. Wheel base bogie 6’ 3” - 5’ 6” - 7’ 3” + 9’ 0”. The correct wheels for a B1 are:
bogie 3’ 2” 9. 5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM12 (330) 3SMR
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Large hub Romford 3SMR
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W1
drivers 6’ 2” 18.5 mm 20 spoke pin between, 26” stroke
6’ 0” 18 mm 20 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W34 3 mm Society W32 for 14.2
6’ 0” 18 mm 20 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W35 3 mm Society W33 for 14.2
drivers 6’ 2” 18.5 mm 18 spoke pin between were fitted to the first 40, 1000-1039; these used V2 wheel centres with crescent balance weights. A few got swapped, for instance 61017 exchanged wheels with 61258.
6’ 0” 18 mm 18 Long pin 3 mm Society W30 3 mm Society W28 for 14.2
6’ 0” 18 mm 18 Short pin 3 mm Society W31 3 mm Society W29 for 14.2
tender 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 spoke. Group standard 4,200 gallon wheel base 7’ 3” - 6’ 3”.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
Many (probably all but the first ten when new) B1 tenders had 3’ 9” 11.25 mm disc wheels but there is no suitable wheel, 10.5 mm coach disc is nearest.

LNER B12/3 Gresley/Holden 4-6-0, Proposed Connoisseur etched kit. Wheel base bogie 6’ 6” - 8’ 0” - 7’ 0” + 7’ 0”.

Bogie 3’ 3” 9.75 mm 10 spoke
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W1
Drivers 6’ 6” 19.5 mm 20 spoke pin between, 24” stroke
6’ 4” 19 mm 20 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W54 3 mm Society W52 for 14.2
6’ 4” 19 mm 20 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W55 3 mm Society W53 for 14.2
Tender 4’ 1” 12.25 mm 10 spoke, 3,670 gallon wheel base 6’ 0” - 6’ 0”
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Sharman L410
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W50

LNER B16/1, NER S3 Raven 4-6-0. Steve Barnfield etched kit. Wheel base bogie 6’ 6” - 7’ 8” - 6’ 9” + 6’ 9” B16/1 as built, altered to bogie 6’ 6” - 8’ 5” - 6’ 9” + 6’ 9” when rebuilt to B16/2 and B16/3. The correct wheels for a B16 are:
bogie 3’ 2” 9.5 mm 12 spoke. RCTS give wheel diameter as 3’1”. B16/3 number 1468 had a B1 bogie with 10 spokes.
3’ 0” 9 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W?
drivers 5’ 8” 17 mm 20 spoke pin in line, 26” stroke.
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 20 spoke pin in line Long pin 3 mm Society W?
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 20 spoke pin in line Short pin 3 mm Society W?
5’ 6” 16.5 mm NEW Romford finescale wheel WR16.5/18 (18 spoke) from 3SMR
tender 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 or 12 spoke, 4125 gallon wheel base 6’ 4” - 6’ 4”. 10 spoke according to Sharman but 12 spoke produced specially for the kit.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
or
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin Sharman M406
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W?

LNER D9, GCR classes 11B, 11C, and 11D Robinson 4-4-0. Possible Bill Bedford etched kit BBK 013. I doubt whether this kit will appear. Wheel base bogie 6’ 0” - 8’ 1¾” - 9’ 9”. The correct wheels for a D9 are:
bogie 3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM5 (336)
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W2
drivers 6’ 9” 20.25 mm 20 spoke pin between, 22” stroke
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W38 3 mm Society W36 for 14.2
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W39 3 mm Society W37 for 14.2
tender 4’ 3” 12.75 mm 12 spoke, RCTS says 4’ 4”. 4,000 gallon tender wheel base 6’ 6” - 6’ 6”; prior to 1906 some had 3,250 gallon.
4’ 3” 12.75 mm 12 No pin Kean-Maygib KM17 (342)

LNER D16 ‘Super’ Claud Hamilton 4-4-0. Blacksmith/Mallard etched kit. It will do the Hill version with Belpaire boiler D16/2, GER H88 or the Gresley versions with round top firebox with short smoke box D16/1 or long smoke box D16/3. Wheel base bogie 6’ 6” - 8’ 0” - 9’ 0”. The correct wheels for a D16 are:
bogie 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 spoke
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
drivers 7’ 0” 21 mm 20 spoke pin between, 24” stroke. Sharman’s wheel book has wrong number of spokes (21), and Blacksmith’s instructions give both 20 and 21.
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W38 3 mm Society W36 for 14.2
6’ 8” 20 mm 20 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W39 3 mm Society W37 for 14.2
tender 4’ 0” 12 mm 10 spoke, 3,450 gallon wheel base 6’ 0” - 6’ 0”.
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Sharman L410
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W50
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy

LNER D17, NER classes M and Q Worsdell 4-4-0. Steve Barnfield etched kit Society SB1. Wheel base bogie 6’ 6” - 7’ 9” - 8’ 9”. The correct wheels for a D17 are:
bogie 3’ 7” 10.75 mm 12 spoke
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W49
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 12 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
drivers 7’ 1” 21.25 mm 22 spoke pin between, 24” stroke.
6’ 8” 20 mm 22 Discontinued Chris Hardy
6’ 8” 20 mm 22 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W46 3 mm Society W44 for 14.2
6’ 8” 20 mm 22 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W47 3 mm Society W45 for 14.2
tender 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 12 spoke
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin Sharman M406
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W?

LNER E4, GER T26 Holden Intermediate 2-4-0. MTK etched kit, no chassis. Artwork done at same time as the J15 and like that, it uses a cast tender back. The surviving E4, GER 490, belongs to the National Railway Museum. Wheel base 7’ 9” - 8’ 9”. The correct wheels for an E4 are:
leading 4’ 0” 12 mm 10 spoke
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Sharman L410
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W50
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
drivers 5’ 8” 17 mm 16 spoke, pin in line, 24” stroke, nearest is either two missing spokes or wrongly placed crank pin.
5’ 8” 17 mm 14 pin in line 3.5 mm throw Sharman M438
5’ 8” 17 mm 16 pin between 3.5 mm throw Sharman M440
tender 4’ 0” 12 mm 10 spoke, later fitted with tyres 1” larger. wheel base 6’ 6” - 5’ 6”.
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Sharman L410
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W50
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy

LNER F5, GER M15R Holden 2-4-2T, Connoisseur etched kit. The kit is for the F5 with the F4 cab, but would do the F4 with the F6 boiler too. The F4 (M15), F5 (M15R), and F6 (G69) classes were closely related and all have the same size wheels. The F6 was heavier with bigger tanks and bunker, a side window cab and a boiler with higher pressure. The F5 was produced by giving 30 of the 160 F4 ‘Gobblers’ the boiler from the F6. Two more acquired a new cab at the same time which confused the LNER who thought they were F6, but they were lighter and became F5 later to work the Maldon branches. As the F4 boilers (LNER diagram 33) expired, 77 acquired F6 boilers (LNER diagram 34) set at the lower pressure so that they look like F5s but were still F4s. Some F4 later reverted to diagram 33 boilers but most of these re acquired diagram 34 boilers. Wheel base 7’ 6” - 8’ 0” - 7’ 6”. The correct wheels for a F4, F5 or F6 are:
leading and trailing 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 spoke
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
A few of them had 12 spokes, which wandered around the class, not always at both ends of the loco, but generally went before grouping.
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin Sharman M406
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W?
drivers 5’ 4” 16 mm 16 spoke pin in line, 24” stroke.
5’ 4” 16 mm 14 pin in line 3.5 mm throw Sharman M434
5’ 4” 16 mm 15 pin in line 3.5 mm throw SharmanM436
I think that it is easier to see the difference between odd and even than to see 2 missing spokes so I will use the 14 spoke wheel.

LNER F7, GER Y65 Holden 2-4-2T, Connoisseur etched kit ‘Crystal Palace’ tank They were numbered 1300-1311 by the GER and 8300-8311 by the LNER. Withdrawals started in 1931. The six survivors in 1942 were renumbered to make room for B1s. 8301 became 7593, 8304 became 7594, 8305 became 7595, 8307 became 7596, 8308 became 7597, and 8310 became 7598. Two survived to be renumbered again in 1946 when 7597/8308 became 7093 and 7598/8310 became 7094. They were withdrawn in 1948 without being renumbered. Wheel base 6’ 3” - 7’ 0” - 6’ 3”. The correct wheels for an F7 are:
leading and trailing 3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM5 (336)
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W2
drivers 4’ 10” 14.5 mm 15 spoke pin in line, 22” stroke.
4’ 8” 14 mm 15 pin in line 3.5 mm throw Sharman M428

LNER G5, NER O Worsdell 0-4-4T, Connoisseur etched kit. Wheel base 7’ 9” - 9’ 0” - 5’ 9” bogie. The correct wheels for a G5 are:
drivers 5’ 1” 15.25 mm 16 spoke pin in line, 22” stroke.
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin in line Kean-Maygib KM15 (350)
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin in line Romford
bogie 3’ 1” 9.25 mm 12 spoke but there is no 12 spoke available
3’ 0” 9 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W?

LNER J3, GNR J4 Gresley rebuilds with larger boilers from Stirling (domeless) and Ivatt (nearly all domed) 0-6-0s. M&GNJR class DA rebuilt (all with class A tenders). Proposed London Road Models etched kit. Wheel base 7’ 3” + 8’ 3”. One (GNR J6 742?) sold to Hartley Main Colliery, their No 20 in 1921 ran until 1946, but probably still with a smaller boiler.
drivers 5’ 1½” 15.375 mm 16 spoke pin between, 24” stroke. Increased to 5’ 2” by new tyres.
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Discontinued Chris Hardy
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W10 3 mm Society W8 for 14.2
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W11 3 mm Society W9 for 14.2
tender 3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 spoke, Stirling GNR classes C and E, wheel base 6’ 6” - 6’ 6”. Sharman doesn’t admit to these, but other GNR wheels this size had 10 spokes and these tenders were built for slower freight locos.
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM5 (336)
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Gibson 3005 AG5
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W2 3 mm Society W2
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 12 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 12 No pin Large hub Romford
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W49 3 mm Society W49
tender 4’ 1½” 12.375 mm 12 spoke, Stirling GNR classes D and F, wheel base 6’ 6” - 6’ 6”, or Ivatt class A. Ivatt used the larger tender wheel for all locos, Stirling expected the larger wheels to be used on faster passenger locos, but by grouping, these tenders were bequeathed to J3s and similar locos.
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Kean-Maygib KM11 (340)
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Sharman M412
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W3

LNER J6, GNR J22 Ivatt & Gresley 0-6-0. George Norton etched kit Society GN3. Wheel base 7’ 3” + 9’ 0”. The RCTS transposed the wheel base in volume 5 but corrected it in volume 11. The correct wheels for a J6 are:
drivers 5’ 2” 15.5 mm 16 spoke pin between, 24” stroke.
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Discontinued Chris Hardy
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W10 3 mm Society W8 for 14.2
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W11 3 mm Society W9 for 14.2
tender 4’ 1½” 12.375 mm 12 spoke, Ivatt GNR class A, wheel base 6’ 6” - 6’ 6”. Stirling equivalent available separately. Some later Ivatt class A tenders were 6’ 10 ½” - 6’ 1 ½” wheel base
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Kean-Maygib KM11 (340)
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Sharman M412
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W3

LNER J11/3, Thompson rebuild of GCR 9J 0-6-0. Esanel, later BEC cast kit 3SMR C4. There is a possibility that Bill Bedford will do an etched kit for the Robinson GCR version of a J11 and his code BKK 011 has been allocated to it but I doubt whether this kit will appear.. Wheel base 8’ 1” + 9’ 0”, 3SMR chassis 607 is intended for this kit. Numbers for J11/3 are:
6009, 4316, 64316; 64317; 6011, 4318, 64318; 64324; 4362, 64362; 4386, 64386; 64394; 64420; 5328, 4441, E4441, 64441 all ran with 4,000-gallon tenders throughout.
4332 had a 4,000-gallon tender but as 64332, it acquired a 3,250-gallon tender in 8/l957 and kept it until 8/1960 before reverting to a 4,000-gallon tender.
5208 had a 3,250-gallon tender but as 4359, it acquired a 4,000-gallon tender in 5/1947 which 64359 retained.
5240 had a 3,250-gallon tender but when renumbered 4364 in 12/1946, it acquired a 4,000-gallon tender which 64364 retained.
4379, E4379 had a 4,000-gallon tender but as 64379, it acquired a 3,250-gallon tender in 2/1953 and kept it until 11/1960 before reverting to a 4,000-gallon tender.
5291, 4406, E4406 had a 3,250-gallon tender but as 64406, it acquired a 4,000-gallon tender in 3/1951 which it retained.
4442 had a 4,000-gallon tender but as 64442, it acquired a 3,250-gallon tender in 3/1955 and kept it until 9/1960 before reverting to a 4,000-gallon tender.
5977, 4284, 64284; 6007, 4314, 64314; 5206, 4333, 64333; 4346, E4346, 64346; 5231, 4352, 64352; 5177, 4354, 64354; 4373, 64373; 5246, 4375, 64375; 64393; 64395; 5287, 4402, 64402; 5302, 4417, 64417; 5303, 4418, 64418; 5313, 4427, 64427; 5326, 4439, 64439; 5952, 4450, 64450 all ran with 3,250-gallon tenders throughout.
The correct wheels for a J11 are:
drivers 5’ 1” 15.25 mm 15 spoke pin between, 24” stroke, RCTS says 5’ 2”.
5’ 0” 15 mm 15 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W22 3 mm Society W20 for 14.2
5’ 0” 15 mm 15 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W23 3 mm Society W21 for 14.2
tender 4’ 3” 12.75 mm 12 spoke, RCTS says 4’ 4”. 3,250 or 4,000 gallon tender wheel base 6’ 6” - 6’ 6”, the kit tender is 4,000 gallon with 4 plated coal rails.
4’ 3” 12.75 mm 12 No pin Kean-Maygib KM17 (342)

LNER J15, GER Y14 Worsdell 0-6-0. MTK etched kit, originally Society MK7 but now 3SMR ES21. Bill Bedford does an etched chassis for this, LFC 220. The surviving J15 lives at Sheringham in Norfolk. There is also a forthcoming Connoisseur etched kit for a J15 (only waiting castings). Wheel base 7’ 7” + 8’ 6”. The correct wheels for a J15 are:
drivers 4’ 10” 14.5 mm 15 spoke pin in line, 24” stroke, fitted with 1” larger tyres from 1891.
4’ 8” 14 mm 15 pin in line 3.5 mm throw Sharman M428 (discontinued)
4’ 8” 14 mm 12 spoke 3SMR/Scalelink WR1412
4’ 8” 14 mm 15 spoke Romford WR14/15p (plain) WR14/15i (insulated)
tender 4’ 0” 12 mm 10 spoke, later fitted with tyres 1” larger. Wheel base 6’ 6” - 5’ 6”.
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Sharman L410
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W50
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy

LNER J21, NER C Worsdell 0-6-0. George Norton etched kit, Society KD2 (for the J25) plus GN10 separate chassis and conversion fret. Wheel base 8’ 0” + 8’ 6”. The correct wheels for a J21 are:
drivers 5’ 1¼” 15.3125 mm 16 spoke pin between, 22” stroke.
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Discontinued Chris Hardy
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W10 3 mm Society W8 for 14.2
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W11 3 mm Society W9 for 14.2
tender 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 spoke, wheel base 6’ 4” - 6’ 4”. 10 spoke according to Sharman but 12 spoke produced specially for the B16 kit may be more accurate.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
or
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin Sharman M406
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W?

LNER J25, NER P1 Worsdell 0-6-0. George Norton etched kit Society KD2, separate chassis GN9. Wheel base 8’ 0” + 8’ 6”. The correct wheels for a J25 are:
drivers 4’ 7” 13.75 mm 14 spoke pin between, 22” stroke. (Sharman confuses P, J24, 24” cylinders with P1, J25, 26” cylinders but I think they have the same wheels with 22” stroke.)
4’ 6” 13.5 mm 14 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W70 3 mm Society W68 for 14.2
4’ 6” 13.5 mm 14 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W71 3 mm Society W69 for 14.2
tender 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 spoke, wheel base 6’ 4” - 6’ 4”. 10 spoke according to Sharman but 12 spoke produced specially for the B16 kit may be more accurate.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
or
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin Sharman M406
3’ 8” 11 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W?

LNER J39/1 Gresley 0-6-0. Proscale etched kit Society PS1. Wheel base 8’ 0” + 9’ 0”. The correct wheels for a J39 are:
drivers 5’ 2” 15.5 mm 16 spoke pin between, 24” stroke
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Discontinued Chris Hardy
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W10 3 mm Society W8 for 14.2
5’ 0” 15 mm 16 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W11 3 mm Society W9 for 14.2
tender 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 spoke, LNER 3,500 gallon group standard 7’ 0” - 6’ 0” wheel base.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
J39/2 had a 4,200 gallon group standard tender and J39/3 had second hand tenders. Later group standard tenders had disc wheels.

LNER J50, GNR J23 Gresley 0-6-0T, Esanel, later BEC 3SMR C6 cast kit and forthcoming Connoisseur etched kit. Wheel base 7’ 3” + 9’ 0”. 3SMR chassis 608 is intended for the cast kit and the Connoisseur chassis is available separately. The correct wheels for a J50 are:
drivers 4’ 8” 14 mm 14 spoke pin between, 24” stroke.
4’ 8” 14 mm 12 spoke 3SMR/Scalelink WR1412
4’ 8” 14 mm 15 spoke Romford WR14/15p (plain) WR14/15i (insulated)
4’ 8” 14 mm 14 pin between 3.5 mm throw (discontinued) Sharman M426
4’ 8” 14 mm 14 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W6 3 mm Society W4 for 14.2
4’ 8” 14 mm 14 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W7 3 mm Society W5 for 14.2

LNER J54, GNR J15 or LNER J55, GNR J16 Stirling 0-6-0ST with open cab. Malcolm Mills does a cast polyurethane resin body. Wheel base 7’ 3” + 8’ 3”. The correct wheels for a J54/55 are:
drivers 4’ 8” 14 mm 12 spoke pin between, 22” stroke.
4’ 8” 14 mm 12 pin between 3 mm throw (discontinued) Sharman S422
4’ 8” 14 mm 15 spoke 3SMR/Scalelink WR1415
4’ 8” 14 mm 15 spoke Romford WR14/15p (plain) WR14/15i (insulated)
4’ 8” 14 mm 14 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W6 3 mm Society W4 for 14.2
4’ 8” 14 mm 14 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W7 3 mm Society W5 for 14.2

LNER J65, GER E22 Holden 0-6-0T, Connoisseur etched kit. Numbered 150-159 and 245-254 by the GER and 7150-7159, 7245-7254 by the LNER. Withdrawal commenced in 1930 and the last, 68214, went in 1956. Five survived to be renumbered in 1946 when the survivors 7155, 7157, 7247, 7250, and 7253 became 8211-8215. Four lasted to nationalisation (8212 missed by a month) and the last two (7155 and 7250) became 68211 (withdrawn 1953) and 68214 in 1951. Wheel base 6’ 4” + 7’ 0”. The correct wheels for a J65 are:
drivers 4’ 0” 12 mm 10 spoke pin between, 20” stroke (in line and 22” stroke according to Sharman),.
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 pin between 3 mm throw Sharman M414
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 pin between 2.5 mm throw Stapleton

LNER J67/1 and J69/2, GER R24 Holden 0-6-0T, Connoisseur etched kit. Wheel base 6’ 4” + 7’ 6”. The first 140 Buckjumpers as built with narrow tanks and as 45 reached the LNER. Only 3 of the early J67/1 narrow tank engines were passenger fitted in LNER days, the other 42 were shunters. The few with higher pressure boilers were J69/2. The correct wheels for a J67 are:
Passenger locomotives
drivers 4’ 0” 12 mm 10 spoke pin between, 20” stroke (in line and 22” stroke according to Sharman),.
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 pin between 3 mm throw Sharman M414
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 pin between 2.5 mm throw Stapleton
Many shunting only Buckjumpers had cast iron wheels with 4’ 0” 12 mm 15 spokes, pin in line, 22” stroke.
4’ 0” 12 mm 15 pin in line 2.5 mm throw Stapleton

The LNER fitted some shunting Buckjumpers with
drivers 4’ 0” 12 mm 12 spoke, pin in line, 22” stroke.
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 Pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W26 3 mm Society W24 for 14.2
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 Pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W27 3 mm Society W25 for 14.2
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 Pin in line 2.5 mm throw Sharman M416

LNER J68, GER C72 Hill 0-6-0T, Proposed Connoisseur etched kit. The Buckjumper with the side window cab. Wheel base 6’ 4” + 7’ 6”. The first 10 locos were Westinghouse braked, condensing passenger engines, taking 10 spoke wheels from J67s, and the last 20 were shunters. Between 1939 and 1945, 7047 had a low pressure boiler and was considered to be a J67/2. LNER first series numbers 7021-7040 shunters, 7041-7050 passenger. 7041 went to the WD as 70085 in 1939, and hence to Metal Industries at Faslane. The rest became 8647-8666 shunters and 8638-8646 passenger. Condensing was removed from all except 7041, 7043, and 7047 in 1937 and 8, but refitted to 7048 and 7050 in 1940.
Passenger locomotives
drivers 4’ 0” 12 mm 10 spoke pin between, 20” stroke (in line and 22” stroke according to Sharman),.
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 Pin between 3 mm throw Sharman M414
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 pin between 2.5 mm throw Stapleton
Many shunting only Buckjumpers had cast iron wheels with 4’ 0” 12 mm 15 spokes, pin in line, 22” stroke.
4’ 0” 12 mm 15 pin in line 2.5 mm throw Stapleton

The LNER fitted some shunting Buckjumpers with
drivers 4’ 0” 12 mm 12 spoke, pin in line,22” stroke.
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 Pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W26 3 mm Society W24 for 14.2
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 Pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W27 3 mm Society W25 for 14.2
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 Pin in line 2.5 mm throw Sharman M416

LNER J69/1, GER S56 Holden 0-6-0T, Connoisseur etched kit. Wheel base 6’ 4” + 7’ 6”. The last 20 Buckjumpers with wide cab and tanks. GER numbers were 51-60 and 81-90, LNER 7051-7060 and 7081-7090. The 1946 numbers were 8617-8638 less 8620, 8622, 8624, 8627, 8634 as the locomotives that should have had these numbers had been sold to the Government War Department. The correct wheels for a J69 are:
Passenger locomotives
drivers 4’ 0” 12 mm 10 spoke pin between, 20” stroke (in line and 22” stroke according to Sharman),.
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 Pin between 3 mm throw Sharman M414
4’ 0” 12 mm 10 Pin between 2.5 mm throw Stapleton
Many shunting only Buckjumpers had cast iron wheels with 4’ 0” 12 mm 15 spokes, pin in line, 22” stroke.
4’ 0” 12 mm 15 Pin in line 2.5 mm throw Stapleton

The LNER fitted some shunting Buckjumpers with
drivers 4’ 0” 12 mm 12 spoke, pin in line, 22” stroke.
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 Pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W26 3 mm Society W24 for 14.2
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 Pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W27 3 mm Society W25 for 14.2
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 Pin in line 2.5 mm throw Sharman M416

LNER J71, NER E Worsdell 0-6-0T, Connoisseur etched kit. Wheel base 6’ 6” + 7’ 2”. 304 sold to Cowpen Coal Cambois in 1936, lasted to 1954, 1144 sold to Ryhope Colliery in 1938 lasted to 1960. The correct wheels for a J71 are:
drivers 4’ 7” 13.75 mm 14 spoke pin in line, 22” stroke.
4’ 6” 13.5 mm 14 Pin in line Kean-Maygib KM20 (347)
9 of the class had second hand 4’ 1” 12.25 mm wheels, spokes not stated but a photo in Ken Hoole’s ‘An Illustrated History of NER Locomotives’ shows 14 spokes crank pin between spokes.
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W26 3 mm Society W24 for 14.2
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W27 3 mm Society W25 for 14.2

LNER J72, NER E1 Worsdell 0-6-0T, BEC cast kit 3SMR C13. Raven derivative of a Worsdell design. Wheel base 6’ 8” + 7’ 0”. 3SMR chassis 609 claims to be for this but it also claims to be wheel base 6’ 10” + 7’ 5” to fit the G6. The correct wheels for a J72 are:
drivers 4’ 1” 12.25 mm 12 spoke pin in line, 22” stroke.
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 pin in line 2.5 mm throw Sharman M416

LNER J79, NER H2 Worsdell 0-6-0T, Connoisseur etched kit. Wheel base 6’ 0” + 5’ 0”. All three were sold for industrial use; 407 sold to Whitwood Chemical in 1937, t0 Briggs in 1939, to Saville Colliery in 1942, to Middleton Broom Colliery in 1947 and scrapped after 1949, 1662 sold in 1937 to British Sugar, Cantley lasted to 1957, 1787 sold to Bowes in 1936 lasted to 1946. The correct wheels for a J79 are:
drivers 3’ 6” (or 3’ 5” or 3’ 6¼” depending on reference) 10.5 mm 10 spoke pin in line, 20” stroke.
3’ 4” 10 mm 10 pin between 2.5 mm throw Sharman S400: 2 mm axle

LNER J94, Ministry of Supply Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST. LNER numbers 8006-8080. Malcolm Mills does a cast polyurethane resin body. Wheel base 5’ 9” + 5’ 3”. The correct wheels for a J94 are:
drivers 4’ 3” 12.75 mm 14 spoke pin between, 24” stroke.
4’ 3” 12.75 mm 13 Long pin 3 mm Society W95 3 mm Society W93 for 14.2
4’ 3” 12.75 mm 13 Short pin 3 mm Society W96 3 mm Society W94 for 14.2
or
4’ 6” 13.5 mm 14 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W70 3 mm Society W68 for 14.2
4’ 6” 13.5 mm 14 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W71 3 mm Society W69 for 14.2

LNER K2/2, GNR H3 Gresley 2 cylinder 2-6-0. London Road Models etched kit with Ivatt GNR type B tender. The K2/2s had wheel base 8’ 11” - 7’ 3” + 9’ 0” although K2/1 were rebuilt from K1, GNR H2 with a shorter wheel base 8’ 7” - 7’ 3” + 9’ 0”. The correct wheels for a K2 are:
pony 3’ 2” 9.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM12 (330)
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Large hub Romford
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W1
The first K1 GNR 1630 had 3’ 8” pony 11 mm 10 spoke
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
drivers 5’ 8” 17 mm 18 spoke pin between, 26” stroke.
5’ 6” 16.5 mm NEW Romford finescale wheel WR16.5/18 (18 spoke) from 3SMR
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W14 3 mm Society W12 for 14.2
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W15 3 mm Society W13 for 14.2
5’ 8” 17 mm 18 pin between 3.5 mm throw Sharman S442
tender 4’ 1½” 12.375 mm 12 spoke, GNR type B flared 3,500 gallon tender, wheel base 7’ 0” - 6’ 0”
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Kean-Maygib KM11 (340)
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Sharman M412
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W3

LNER K3/2, GNR H4 Gresley 3 cylinder 2-6-0. Proscale etched kit. It has the later side window cab with a flared group standard tender. Most of the class had group standard 4,200 gallon tenders with 3’ 9” 10 spoke or disc wheels. Wheel base 8’ 11” - 7’ 6” + 8’ 9”. The correct wheels for a K3 are:
pony 3’ 2” 9.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM12 (330)
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Large hub Romford
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W1
drivers 5’ 8” 17 mm 18 spoke pin between, 26” stroke.
5’ 6” 16.5 mm NEW Romford finescale wheel WR16.5/18 (18 spoke) from 3SMR
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W14 3 mm Society W12 for 14.2
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W15 3 mm Society W13 for 14.2
5’ 8” 17 mm 18 pin between 3.5 mm throw Sharman S442
tender 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 spoke. Group standard 4,200 gallon wheel base 7’ 3” - 6’ 3”.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
tender 4’ 1½” 12.375 mm 12 spoke, GNR type B flared 3,500 gallon tender, wheel base 7’ 0” - 6’ 0”
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Kean-Maygib KM11 (340)
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin Sharman M412
4’ 0” 12 mm 12 No pin 3 mm Society W3

LNER N1, GNR N1 Ivatt 0-6-2T. Proposed McGowan etched kit. Wheel base 7’ 3” + 9’ 0” - 7’ 6”. The prototype N1 was shorter, wheel base 7’ 3” + 9’ 0” - 7’ 0”. The correct wheels for an N1 are:
drivers 5’ 8” 17 mm 18 spoke pin between, 22” or 24” stroke. (Sharman says 22” under LNER N2, same as N1 but 24” under GNR)
5’ 6” 16.5 mm NEW Romford finescale wheel WR16.5/18 (18 spoke) from 3SMR
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W14 3 mm Society W12 for 14.2
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W15 3 mm Society W13 for 14.2
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Discontinued Chris Hardy
5’ 8” 17 mm 18 pin between 3.5 mm throw Sharman S442
trailing 3’ 8” 11 mm 10 spoke.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78

LNER N2, GNR N2 Gresley 0-6-2T. Mignon etched kit Society RN1. Wheel base 7’ 3” + 9’ 0” - 7’ 6”. No chassis, the 3SMR J50 chassis 608 has correct coupled wheel base, and the proposed N1 will have a suitable chassis. The correct wheels for an N2 are:
drivers 5’ 8” 17 mm 18 spoke pin between, 22” stroke.
5’ 6” 16.5 mm NEW Romford finescale wheel WR16.5/18 (18 spoke) from 3SMR
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W14 3 mm Society W12 for 14.2
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W15 3 mm Society W13 for 14.2
5’ 6” 16.5 mm 18 pin between Discontinued Chris Hardy
5’ 8” 17 mm 18 pin between 3.5 mm throw Sharman S442
trailing 3’ 8” 11 mm 10 spoke.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78

LNER N7/3 0-6-2T, Gresley derivative of GER Hill design. Connoisseur etched kit, the later LNER build which includes N7/3 had 3’ 6” wheels in a pony truck (Early locomotives had 3’ 9” 10 spoke radial trailing wheels). Wheel base 7’ 6” + 8’ 9” - 6’ 9”. The correct wheels for an N7/3 are:
drivers 4’ 10” 14.5 mm 15 spoke pin in line (some of them were pin between), 24” stroke.
(discontinued)
4’ 8” 14 mm 15 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W18 3 mm Society W16 for 14.2
4’ 8” 14 mm 15 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W19 3 mm Society W17 for 14.2
trailing 3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM5 (336)
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W2

LNER N10, NER U Worsdell 0-6-2T, Connoisseur etched kit. Wheel base 8’ 0” + 8’ 6” - 6’ 0”. The correct wheels for an N10 are:
drivers 4’ 7” 13.75 mm 14 spoke pin in line, 22” stroke.
4’ 6” 13.5 mm 14 pin in line Kean-Maygib KM20 (347)
trailing 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 spoke
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78

LNER O4, GCR 8K, ROD, GWR 30XX, LNWR ‘MM’ Robinson 2-8-0. 3SMR cast kit ECS30 with etched tender. Wheel base 8’ 4” - 5’ 8½” + 5’ 5½” + 5’ 11”. LMS numbers of ex LNWR engines 9646 - 9465, the last 20 bought from WD by the LMS; Four were renumbered as 9479 - 9482 in 1931. 3SMR chassis 619 is intended for this kit. The correct wheels for a ROD are:
pony 3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM5 (336)
3’ 6” 10.5 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W2
drivers 4’ 8” 14 mm 14 spoke pin between, 26” stroke.
4’ 8” 14 mm 12 spoke 3SMR/Scalelink WR1412
4’ 8” 14 mm 15 spoke Romford WR14/15p (plain) WR14/15i (insulated)
4’ 8” 14 mm 14 pin between Long pin 3 mm Society W6 3 mm Society W4 for 14.2
4’ 8” 14 mm 14 pin between Short pin 3 mm Society W7 3 mm Society W5 for 14.2
tender 4’ 3” 12.75 mm 12 spoke according to Sharman, the RCTS says 4’ 4”. 4,000 gallon tender wheel base 6’ 6” - 6’ 6”. ROD tenders were utilised behind a lot of different engines.
4’ 3” 12.75 mm 12 No pin Kean-Maygib KM17 (342)

LNER O6 2-8-0, see LMS Stanier 8F.

LNER O7 2-8-0, see WD Riddles 8F.

LNER V2 Gresley 2-6-2. Proscale etched kit. Wheel base 8’ 11” - 7’ 3” + 8’ 3” - 9’ 3”. The correct wheels for a V2 are:
leading pony 3’ 2” 9.5 mm 10 spoke
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Discontinued Chris Hardy
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Kean-Maygib KM12 (330)
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin Large hub Romford
3’ 0” 9 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W1
drivers 6’ 2” 18.5 mm 18 spoke pin between, 26” stroke.
6’ 0” 18 mm 18 Long pin 3 mm Society W30 3 mm Society W28 for 14.2
6’ 0” 18 mm 18 Short pin 3 mm Society W31 3 mm Society W29 for 14.2
trailing pony 3’ 8” 11 mm 10 spoke, Isinglass say 10 spoke and Sharman says 12, 10 is more likely.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
tender 3’ 9” 11.25 mm 10 spoke. Group standard 4,200 gallon wheel base 7’ 3” - 6’ 3”.
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin Sharman M404
3’ 8” 11 mm 10 No pin 3 mm Society W78
A few V2 tenders had 3’ 9” 11.25 mm disc wheels but there is no suitable wheel.

LNER Y1/Y3 Sentinel Shunter, Oldbury, ex Janick etched kit. Post 1946 LNER numbers Y1 8130-8153, Y3 8154-8185, also LMS numbers 7160-7163 from 1930-1939, then renumbered 7180-7183; also GWR numbers 12 & 13, and a few industrial users. Y1 and GWR had single speed gears, Y3 and LMS had 2 speed gearbox but the differences are not obvious. GWR No. 12 survives at Quainton Road after a career in industrial use from 1934 with T Gray, Burton Latimer, No 13 which stayed with the GWR, mostly at Park Royal, until 1946 spent her last 6 years with BSA, Birmingham. 68159 was sold to J W Ellis, Swallwell and called Mary. 68179 was sold to David Brown, Penistone, LNER 59, alias departmental 54, survives on the Middleton Railway. Early LNER numbers are complex.
Y1 Y3
8400 7772 8130 Departmental 37 81 8154
4801 4991 8132 68132 Departmental 4 90 8155 68155
4802 4992 8133 68133 Departmental 6 189 8156 68156
4803 4993 8134 192 8157
8401 7773 8131 Departmental 39 193 8158 68158
8402 7774 8135 196 8159 68159
44 8136 68136 Departmental 51 197 8160 68160 Departmental 57
79 8137 198 8161
9529 8138 68138 21 8162 68162 Departmental 21
19 8139 23 8163 68163
100 8140 68140 35 8164 68164
106 8141 68141 42 8165 E8165 68165 Departmental 5
108 8142 68142 49 8166 68166 Departmental 7
119 8143 E8143 60 8167
124 8144 68144 61 8168 Departmental 38
142 8145 68145 87 8169 68169
150 8146 68146 18
171 8147 55 8171 68171
174 8148 68148 62 8172
175 8149 E8149 68149 63 8173 68173 Departmental 40
183 8150 68150 64 8174 68174
187 8151 E8151 68151 65 8175
45 8152 68152 Departmental 53 78 8176
59 8153 68153 Departmental 54 96 8177 Departmental 41
98 8178 Departmental 42
94 8179 68179
117 8180 68180
154 8181 68181 Departmental 3
148 8182 68182
155 8183 68183 Departmental 8
172 8184 E8184 68184
86 8185 68185

Wheel base 7’ 0”.
Drivers 2’ 6” 7.5 mm disc.
2’ 6” 7.5 mm Disc No pin No holes, solid metal Tillig 08818
Tillig wheels are East German available from TT International, alias CGW nameplates. As the axle and wheel are both small, it may be worth investigating Sharman’s idler gears, and bushes to adapt gears to axles.

LNER Y6, GER G15 Holden Wisbech four wheel tram, Connoisseur etched kit. The drivers are hidden by the skirts and the kit is designed for a 3’ 4” wheel. The first 3 were built with disc wheels but changed later. Wheel base 6’ 6”. The correct wheels for a Y6 are:
drivers 3’ 0” 9 mm 10 spoke pin probably in line, 15” stroke.
3’ 0” 9 mm 6 pin in line 2.5 mm throw Sharman M394
With a small axle which could be 3/32” on old stock and will be 2 mm on later deliveries.
Or
3’ 4” 10 mm 10 pin between 2.5 mm throw Sharman S400 : 2 mm axle

LNER Y7, NER H Worsdell 0-4-0T, Connoisseur etched kit. Nineteen Y7 were built by the NER and Five by the LNER. There are two surviving Y7s. Twelve Y7s had later careers in industry; 24 sold to Harton Coal Boldon in 1931 lasted to 1952, 587 sold to Choppington Colliery in 1931 lasted to 1950, 898 sold to Ord & Maddison in 1929 lasted to 1952, 900 sold to Pelaw Main Collieries in 1931 lasted to 1947, 945 sold to Stockton Gas in 1930 lasted to 1953, 984 to Royal Arsenal in 1939 and later to ROF lasted to 1955, 1302 sold to Ord & Maddison in 1930 lasted to 1952, 1304 sold to Hazelrigg & Burradon Collieries in 1931 lasted to 1955, 1308 sold to Pelaw Main Collieries in 1931 lasted to 1963, 1310 sold to Pelaw Main Collieries in 1931 now on the Middleton Railway in Leeds, 68088 sold in 1952 to NCB Bentinck now at Loughborough Great Central, 68089 sold in 1952 to Morecambe Harbour lasted to 1955. Wheel base 6’ 0”. The correct wheels for a Y7 are:
drivers 3’ 6” (or 3’ 5” or 3’ 6¼” depending on reference) 10.5 mm 10 spoke pin in line, 20” stroke:
3’ 4” 10 mm 10 pin between 2.5 mm throw Sharman S400 : 2 mm axle

   
 

 

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