CSP07 Hunslet 0-6-0T Jazzer

In the late 1890's Hunslet introduced this design of side tank as a standard for industrial uses. These relatively small but powerful locos, of which a total of 32 were built, were to be found at a variety of locations including a prison railway. Ten of the class worked on the Manchester Ship Canal lines where they were nicknamed "Jazzers" Some examples of the class lasted in service until the 1980's. One loco named "St. John" and numbered 14 by the MSC, was purchased by ICI who named it "Lady Armaghdale". This loco survives in preservation. The kit has a selection of names and numbers included.


In order to complete this kit you will require the following parts: -

Wheels and Axles – we supply Alan Gibson but can provide Markits, if they have them available. If you would prefer Markits wheels please ensure you let us know.

Crankpins - to suit the make of wheels.

Gearbox – High Level is our standard. Some kits do include a motor mounting etch which is suitable for Markits 38:1 gears (our stocks of gears are exhausted). Etch is available on request, while stocks last.

Motor – with the demise of Mashima motors we have sourced a suitable replacement CORELESS motor that has a special worm produced for the smaller diameter shaft, by Chris Gibbon of High Level. He has been suitably impressed by the motor performance.

The cost of our kit shows a saving compared to purchasing the parts individually.

  • Manufacturer: CSP Models - 4mm Kits

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