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(Bachmann 00) H1 Class Atlantic

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(Bachmann 00) H1 Class Atlantic

Publié: Lun 08 Jan 2018, 19:54 
Parmi les nombreuses nouveautés annoncées hier, il y a cette superbe (à mon goût) machine: Elle a transporté le Président R. Poincaré.

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H1 Class Atlantic

Five H1 Class locomotives were built for the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway by Kitson & Co. between December 1905 and February 1906 to the design of D.E.Marsh. The first was withdrawn in January 1944 and the last in July 1951.

New Tooling has been created specific to the H1 Class. Differences from the H2 Class currently in production include the curved running plate, early cab and boiler fittings.

Hinged tender fall-plate.
Adjustable tender draw-bar length.
Opening fire-box door.
Fully detailed and decorated cab interior.
Accessory pack includes route indicator discs.
Representation of the inside valve gear.
Dernière édition par Lemurien le Lun 08 Jan 2018, 20:02, édité 1 fois au total.
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Re: (Bachmann 00) H1 Class Atlantic

Publié: Lun 08 Jan 2018, 20:00 
Bonsoir,

Très belle locomotive en effet, au 1/76. Si bachmann pouvait avoir une gamme de locomotives anglaises au 1/87 aussi belles que sa série en OO, ça serait vachement bien. Pas mal de locomotives Bristish ont roulé chez nous.

Lemurien a écrit: Elle a transporté le Président R. Poincaré.


Tu sais en dire plus là dessus ?

Merci
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Re: (Bachmann 00) H1 Class Atlantic

Publié: Lun 08 Jan 2018, 20:06 
Je cite "Bachmann's chosen version depicts No. 39 somewhat later than this, for the name La France was added in 1913 for a special run conveying the French President, Raymond Poincaré".

Je vous renvoie à ce site anglais: http://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index. ... -atlantic/
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Re: (Bachmann 00) H1 Class Atlantic

Publié: Lun 08 Jan 2018, 20:29 
Oui en effet, et je lis sur la page Wiki consacré au machines Compound que cette locomotive a servi pour les essai du Compoundage en Angleterre qui aboutirent finalement au rejet définitif de cette technique par le GWR et l'ensemble des grands réseaux britanniques, ferraillée en 1926.
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Publié: Lun 08 Jan 2018, 20:39 
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LBSCR Marsh 'H1' class atlantic no. 39 stands outside Victoria station in this undated view photographed between January 1906 and June 1913 which was when the name La France was applied. No. 39 became 2039 under the auspices of the Southern and was renamed Hartland Point in January 1926. No. 2039 would survive into BR days and would acquire its BR number in August 1949 but would spend much of its time in store until being withdrawn in February 1951 whilst allocated to Bricklayers Arms mpd. (Source)

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LB & SCR (London, Brighton and South Coast Railway) No.39 - Atlantic Type Express Locomotive, decorated for the visit of the French President [Raymond Poincaré]. (Source)

More: On the 3 June [1913] when M. Poincaré left Paris for Cherbourg on his visit to London, the train was hauled by the Pacific type locomotive, 231-019. The train left Paris, St. Lazare, at 11.00, and arrived at Cherbourg at 17.16. The train was composed of three fine saloons ot the President's train and a dining car and two saloons of the International Sleeping Car Co. From Portsmouth to London the President's train was hauled by the L.B. & S.C.R. Atlantic type locomotive No. 39, named La France specially for the occasion. (Source)

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Marsh abandoned the Brighton practice of naming locomotives and as a result only one of the H1s bore a name during LBSC days, Nº39, which was named La France in 1913 prior to working the train for the visit of the French President, as seen above. The name was carried until January 1926 at which time the Southern Railway renamed the locomotive Hartland Point. (Source)
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