Vol.3. The Tank Engine Classes
|From Penzance to Wick, the Standard tank classes were designed to modernise secondary route power.
Railway enthusiasts throughout the land became familiar with their high running plates which gave the
230 engines of three types their "family" appearance. |
Author Paul Chancellor presents their full story,
from their design origins, construction, modifications, allocation, use and liveries. whether these engines
hauled you reluctantly to school - your reviewer's experience - or you only came across them in preservation,
the Class 4‘s handsome curved tank sides will evoke many a nostalgic memory.
With their construction at all six
main workshops, local livery variations and national use, there is something for everyone to savour in this book,
the second in the Society's BR Standard series. Diagrams of each design are included.
|Page size 212 x 272mm, Casebound 189 photographs including sixteen in colour. Published 1997. Reprinted 2007. Price £ 18.95.|
|Members‘ price £16|
|Last update: October 2016|