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S&MR (Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Railway)
"GAZELLE" & TRAILER(S)

Wolseley and LCC Tramcar


7mm (1:43.5) and 4mm (1:76) scales and G1 (1:30.5 or 1:32)



Photo: Steam And Things


Gazelle was originally built about 1892 for William Burkitt of East Anglia a wealthy landowner, entrepreneur and industrialist. It is believed he used it for travel between his estates in East Anglia. After the owner's death, Colonel Stephens purchased it in 1911 for the S&MR which at the time was being rebuilt. At first it was used as an inspection locomotive and in 1912 was used on the Kennerley to Criggion branch where traffic was light and there were weight restrictions over the Severn River. Initially the locomotive was a 2-2-2WT with an open back and after complaints from passengers a rear cabin was added. A few years later it was rebuilt as an 0-4-2WT and a lightweight ex London horse tram car, with stairs and top seats removed, was used as a trailer. This continued to circa 1930 when Gazelle was withdrawn and the passenger service gradually cut back. In 1936 Gazelle was rebuilt and the Wolseley body used to replace the now derelict tramcar body from whence it was used till the MOD took over the line for special passenger workings. After closure of the S&MR in 1950 by the MOD, Gazelle was displayed at the Longmoor Military Railway until that closed in 1970 when the locomotive was return to the National Railway Museum. Today it is on loan from the NRM and displayed at the Colonel Stephens Museum in Ternterden, Sussex.
The Steam And Things frets for Gazelle are for the later 0-4-2WT rebuild with rear passenger cab. We also offer frets for the LCC Tramcar body (details this page). The Wolseley body is also available from us; click this link; as an off-shoot of the Selsey Tramways Woleseley-Siddeley Railcar.

These Steam And Things etched brass frets are produced as an indepth aid to scratch building. Many parts are included and the product is at the material level of a kit though we only supply a (very comprehensive) list of parts. The only difference form a complete kit is that construction detail is left to the modeller. ALSO castings are NOT supplied (in any scale) the modeller will also have to decide on and source wheels, bushes, screws, glazing material, motor, gearbox etc. The modeller will also need to decide on his own method of motorisation.

But from the "etched parts" point of view the kit is as complete as possible per our usual specification and includes S&MR transfers. We will produce special transfers for the freelance railway builder, or for those with modeller's licence!


We offer Gazelle with additional options of the LCC tramcar trailer or the Woseley Siddeley trailer.


Photos: archival; left tramcar 1930s Davies Collection, right Wolseley late 1930s


For Gazelle, the following 22 parts are on the fret(s); quantity not including multiples where appropriate:
Footplate, Splashers, Valances, Cab front, Cab side sheets, Spectacles, Passenger Cabin, Cabin Top, Buffer beams, Buffer bases, Step, Coupling hooks and pockets, Smokebox, Smokebox door, Boiler, Cab Roof, Passenger Cabin Roof, Firebox, Chassis Frames, Chassis spacers and Coupling rods.

For the LCC Tramcar body, we include the following 12 parts on the fret(s):
Sides and body ends, end doors, floor, roof, four types of edging profiles and trims,chassis / W-irons (in nickel silver) with brasss detailing, passenger steps, coupling hooks and coupler pocket.


All scales 4mm, 7mm:

  • Etched brass in 0.3mm (12thou)
  • Nickel-silver chassis 0.5mm
  • Overlays to simulate rivets
  • S&MR transfers or freelance
  • Comprehensive / detailed part list, drawings and photographs of the prototype are included, including on CD
  • G1 scale - materials per above or to customer requirement

    Prices as follows:

  • Gazelle 4mm A$ 96.00
  • Gazelle 7mm A$ 148.00
  • Gazelle G1mm A$ 167.00 (not less than)*
  • LCC Tramcar 7mm A$ 95.00
  • **
  • Wolseley Trailer prices click *** with reduction if ordered with Gazelle (see below)
  • Prices include custom (or S&MR) transfers / decals referred to in the text above
  • Prices include air mail; sea reduction available
  • Full terms and conditions click
  • * G1 Gazelle prices based upon materials per above; thicker materials will attract a premium by quote
    ** Gazelle + LCC Tramcar Body A$ 213.00 in 7mm (reduction of A$30 on individual prices)
    *** Gazelle + Wolseley Body A$156.00 in 4mm (reduction of A$27 on individual prices)
    *** Gazelle + Wolseley Body A$223.00 in 7mm (reduction of A$40 on individual prices)
    If your scale is not shown, we will gladly produce for you; above scales only reflect past business

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