Following on from the release earlier this year of their delightful SECR P Class 0-6-0t Hatton’s have today announced that four new versions of the SECR P Class will soon be available. Based on feedback from the modelling community, Hatton’s will be producing extra SECR lined green and BR liveries, with new running numbers; and for the first time they will produce two ROD (Railway Operating Division) locomotives.
Production sample locomotives have been approved and they are on the way to their store now.
The four new variants are:
- H4-P-013 – 5027 in ROD green
- H4-P-014 – 5753 in ROD green
- H4-P-015 – 27 in SE&CR full lined green (with polished brass)
- H4-P-016 – 31556 in BR black with early emblem
The ‘ROD’ liveried P Classes were sent to Boulogne for a few years during WW1 for shunting at dockyards. On return to the UK, they were also seen working at Dover and Folkestone. These WW1-era locos will be perfect for a variety of UK or continental wartime layouts.
The SECR liveried locomotive will feature a new colour for the polished brass dome and safety valve. The new colour represents polished brass, which is halfway between our original release of P Classes 178 & 753; and Hornby’s H Class.
The new locomotives will be available on Friday 17th August 2018 for the same price of £99. All four are available to pre-order from Hatton’s now!
2 thoughts on “Hatton’s announce four more SECR P Class 0-6-0t versions”
SECR seems to be flavour of the month at the moment. And why not? Aesthetically beautiful locos, stunning livery and the P’s and Hornby’s H perfect for the smaller layout. But, please someone, let’s have a D class to these standards; in my opinion a design approaching artistic perfection!
I’ve succumbed to temptation (again)! 🙂