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Old 01-24-2020, 07:17 AM
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Before cheating in Google, wasn't the 4-4-4 named the Jubilee class?
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Yes the 4-4-4 was the jubilee class. A later revised class had less streamlined bits and the connecting rod drove the rear coupled axle, not the front one, something about connecting rods buckling when reversing.
I am tempted to try to design some updated versions of these to correct various parts.
The T1 in particular worries me as it is the wrong colour, also the boiler does not have all the lumps and bumps on it that it should! There are some nice videos on YouTube of them in action.

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