Transport Fever 2 - LB&SCR Jenny Lind 2-2-2
London, Brighton & South Coast Railway ‘Jenny Lind’ 2-2-2
This is a model of the London Brighton and South Coast railway ‘Jenny Lind’ engine, designed by David Joy. The first mass-produced locomotive, the Jenny Lind was not only widely popular and well known for being a fast, reliable and economical light express and exceptionally smooth running and stable – particularly in an era where engines were notorious for being anything but – the Jenny Lind was so popular that it was produced for a number of other railways as well, and several imitation designs were built elsewhere. The ‘Jenny Lind’ was influential on locomotive design in the UK for decades afterwards.
Comes complete with:
-Two versions – the 2-2-2 tender Jenny Lind, and a 2-2-2 Craven-influenced well tank engine.
-Four versions of each – two variants of weather board visors, one without, and a version with a cab.
-Reversed versions of the above,
-Group menu in rail depot to reduce clutter,
-Placeable rail asset for both engines and tender.
LB&SCR ‘Jenny Lind’ 2-2-2
Top Speed: 80 kph
Tractive Effort: 28kN