MOC-117927 GWR Hall Class “Kinlet-Hall” Steam Locomotive Train (8w)

MOC-117927 GWR Hall Class “Kinlet-Hall” Steam Locomotive Train (8w)


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  • PCS:1009PCS
  • Designed by designer  Copernicus508
  • Come with QR Code Manual
  • Product Weight: 780g
  • Package Dimensions: 37 x 27 x 7cm
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MOC-117927 GWR Hall Class “Kinlet-Hall” Steam Locomotive Train (8w) Building Blocks Set (1009PCS)



.The MOC-117927 GWR Hall Class “Kinlet-Hall” Steam Locomotive Train (8w)  model is originally designed and licensed by Copernicus508 .

.The unique design and color scheme of the model make it an impressive display and collection, providing lots of fun while assembling.
.The product has been modified for many times to provide a reasonable and solid structure for an excellent building experience and perfect restoration.

.Comes with an easy-to-follow PDF manual that will be sent along with the package in the form of a QR code.


GWR 8W Hall Class “Kinlet-Hall” Steam Locomotive:

.’Hall’ class locomotives were used all over the Great Western and Western Region. Their duties were diverse from standing in for failed ‘Castles’ on expresses (and keeping to tight schedules) to heavy freight work and secondary passenger services. The impressive acceleration of these engines made them particularly suited to the duties that required frequent stops, where the smaller wheels gave greater adhesion and therefore reduced slipping when starting from standstill. Built in 1929, #4936 Kinlet Hall is one of nearly three hundred Hall-type locomotives built for Great Western Railway between the world wars.

During World War II, #4936 was severely damaged when it ran directly into the crater of a bomb after a heavy Luftwaffe raid in 1941 on Plymouth Harbor. In its career, this iron horse ran over a million kilometres across the Great Northern Railway and British Railway networks. In 1964, Kinlet Hall was withdrawn from service, and twenty years later restoration work was begun on the locomotive. In 2000, Kinlet Hall steamed again for the first time in over 30 years.

Recently, this special locomotive has been used to lead numerous excursions that run on the privatized system of Great Western railways, including the Shakespeare Express, which starts its run in Birmingham and works its way through the beautiful rural countryside to Stratfordupon- Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare. The train consist of the fine Kinlet Hall steam locomotive dressed in green, along with chocolate and cream-colored passenger cars. Information about the moc: This moc is designed in 8 studs wide and has a length of 56 studs and a height of 13 studs. All parts in white can be replaced with any color, because they are not visible from the outside. In the tender is enough space for a motorization, which can be converted with little effort.


.Material: ABS Plastic
.Product Weight: 780g
.Package Dimensions: 37 x 27 x 7cm
.Package Weight: 950g
.Packing: Graphic Carton



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Additional information

Weight0.95 kg
Dimensions37 × 27 × 7 cm