Taffson Evans and Jenkins 0-4-0ST

Taffson Evans and Jenkins 0-4-0ST

MGL-004 • by 6point5

About the kit

The kit is comprised of a 3D printed plastic body shell and a fret of etched nickel silver detail parts. Limited folding of these parts is required and they can all be glued in place.

The body is designed to fit on the chassise from the Busch Deutz HOf loco, at present this may be ordered with the kit by selecting the appropriate option.

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Please note this is a scale model for adult collectors, and not intended for children under 14 years of age.

Prototype Info

Taffson Evans and Jenkins of the Rhonnda Valley supplied five saddle tanks to the Vowchurch Quarry company for use on their 15" tramway. The first, works number 20, was built in 1894, a pair followed in 1898 and finally another pair in 1901. The tramway was built to transport slate from the Churchwater quarries to the GWR interchange at Lower Vowchurch, on the Longtown branch of the Hay Valley Line.

After the tramway closed in 1958 number 23, Saffron, was stranded on the upper levels of the quarry. Rescued in 1977 she is now preserved by the Heywood Foundation.

All of the above is courtesy of Brian Clarke, and the book 'The Slate Railway to Churchwater', and entirely ficticious.


Postage is included for UK orders. For international orders shipping is at cost. Please note any local import duty or taxes that may be applied on delivery are the buyer's responsibility.