Bagnall 0-4-2 Wing Tank “EXCELSIOR”

Built by W.G. Bagnall Limited in 1888, works number 970.

The locomotive was originally built as an 0-4-0, at some time during its life it was rebuilt to an 0-4-2 configuration. After her stint with Janes Nuttall & Sons on the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway construction, it is reputed to have ended her days in the Quarries at Portland, Dorset. And believed to be scrapped in the late 1940s, early 1950s?


This kit comes complete with the necessary 3D printed parts, along with wheels, motor & gears. Also included are all the metal parts required for axle bearings, slide-bars, etc. Together with all the screws, nuts and bolts need to complete your model.
All you need to complete the kit is glue (I recommend a Superglue), paint and a filler (body filling is not necessary, but does improve the finish of the model).
We recommend the use of dichloromethane for the acrylic cab pieces.


The Model.

32mm gauge only

laser cut plastic chassis and cab 

cast rasin and 3d printed parts

slaters Wheels (with allen key)

6 to 15 volt mfa RE360 Motor 

16.1 nylon Gears 

Will require batteries & electrics to operate