steam loco 2710 CR No.1 Centenary Year Limited Edition 1920New

Item no.:  Hornby-R3816
steam loco 2710 CR No.1 Centenary Year Limited Edition 1920 - Image 1
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  • Description
Model: Gauge 0 3-rail DC. Metal model in a 1920s look. Equipped with: motor and coupler hook. The model is equipped with center power pickup and therefore requires 3-rail tracks. Use on 2-rail tracks is not possible. With the Great War over and German toy trains not being imported due to the bitterness towards the vanquished, Frank Hornby saw an opportunity to expand his manufacturing business into the production of toy trains and consequently in 1920 he launched Hornby Trains.

Frank Hornbys first British made Hornby 0 gauge locomotives were produced in tinplate and assembled using nuts and bolts at the Meccano Ltd. factory situated in Binns Road, Liverpool. The first locomotive design of this construction was a simple generic style 0-4-0 locomotive using a clockwork mechanism and connected to a simple 4 wheel tender.

The No.1 0-4-0 Hornby 0 Gauge locomotive design featured cylinders and connecting rods, plus brass handrail knobs. Also, all variants were fitted with cylinders with the bodies having an enamelled finish.

Inspired by the railway companies of the day, the first four tinplate 0 gauge Hornby Trains locomotives produced respectively in 1920 were liveried in Midland Railway (MR) Maroon, London North Western Railway (LNWR) Black, Caledonian Railway (CR) Blue and Great Northern (GN) Green. These locomotives continued to be produced until 1923.

The four liveried Hornby Train replicas, using where possible the original Frank Hornby design have been produced as close to the original model specifications as possible but in place of a clockwork mechanism a 12vDC electric motor has been fitted allowing for three rail operation.
A Collector's Piece

Only 100 of these '0' Gauge highly collectable but functioning limited edition models have been exclusively produced in four liveries, reminiscent of the original tinplate locomotive produced by Frank Hornby in 1920, with each model authenticated by an individually signed and numbered certificate.

Collectors who order more than one design of these limited-edition products will receive the matching certificate number for each item making these an extra special addition to your highly exclusive collection. Serious collectors would be proud to own all four of these amazing collector pieces.
product type
steam loco
technical & model details
gauge Spur 0 3-Leiter
motor ja
light nein
material & finish Metall
digital & sound
digital plug nein
Great Britain
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Hornby ist eine Institution auf dem britischen Modellbahnmarkt, und seit mehr als 100 Jahren auf dem Markt für Spielwaren aktiv. Frank Hornby gründete 1907 das Unternehmen Meccano, aus dem sich die weiteren Teile der Firma entwickelten.
Zusammen mit Bachmann und Dapol ist Hornby Markführer bei Modellbahnen nach UK-Vorbild, und hat sich durch zahlreiche Innovationen im Modellbaubereich sowie auch der Anlagengestaltung und Steuerung hervorgetan. Bemerkenswert ist auch die Vielzahl an Zubehörteilen und Gebäuden für eine authentische, britische Anlagengestaltung.
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