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C.R. Loco Tender Kits

Note that Caley Coaches follows the tender type convention set out by the late Duncan Burton in "L.M.S. Locomotives, Volume 3" by Essery & Jenkinson (published by O.P.C.).

Scale drawing of CT1

Download 3000g tender kit (CT1) instructions

CT01  4mm scale McIntosh 3000 gallon tender, Type M2
£40.00. Packed Weight 400g

Originally coupled to Class 30 & 34 locomotives as well as Classes 812 and 652, these tenders were later seen behind Drummond Class 294 "Jumbos".

Scale drawing of CT2

Download 4125g tender kit (CT2) instructions

CT02  4mm scale McIntosh 4125 gallon tender, Type M6
£42.50. Packed Weight 400g

These tenders were built for the Class 900 4-4-0s and gave the class a most gracious appearance. In the 1930s after the locos were relegated to less important work where a large water capacity was unnecessary, these tenders were scrapped and replaced by 6 wheel tenders, generally of 3570 gallon capacity (see kit CT3) from other scrapped locos

Scale drawing of CT3

Download 3570g tender kit (CT3) instructions

CT03  4mm scale McIntosh 3570 gallon tender, Type M3
£40.00. Packed Weight 400g

Generally similar to the M2 type tenders (see kit CT01) but with noticeably higher tank sides, these tenders were originally built for the 0-8-0s of Class 600 and the 4-6-0s of Classes 179, 908 and 918. When the these locomotives were scrapped by the L.M.S. most of the tenders were used to replace bogie types (such as CT02) behind 4-4-0s. After the subsequent scrapping of the 4-4-0s, some tenders then went to Class 812 and 652 locos.


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