USATC S160 No.95820 ‘Big Jim’ (BR black)

Part of the collection


Livery- Black (satin) with early BR emblem

Manufacturer- Lima Locomotive Works – Ohio – 1945

Repatriation date- November 1977

Current location- Keighley and Worth Valley Railway

Date of model- February 2014 to Easter 2014

Tooling variations –

  • Standard lamp irons
  • Straight strap smokebox door
  • PKP air pump with short smokebox handrail
  • Stepped running board on right hand side
  • Right hand drive with screw reverser and original pattern firehole door
  • Cab rear shutters fitted
  • Tender with lockers and coal space storage
  • Ejector fitted to right hand side of smokebox
  • Boiler-mounted ejector pipe fitted
  • Alternate piston valve covers fitted

To watch our video illustrating these tooling variations, click on the play button in the image gallery.

SKU926009 : DCC Ready
926509 : DCC Sound Fitted
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For a short period after overhaul in 2014, Big Jim briefly appeared on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway carrying a pseudo-BR livery. The engine carried the number 95820 with an 8F power classification on the cabside, early BR emblem and overhead warning flashes.

The engine was subsequently repainted into a more authentic light grey livery with No.5820 – a livery which it has carried since.

Each model features factory-fitted speakers in the smokebox and tender, dual LED firebox glow with dynamic fire draw effect, a large twin flywheel motor, detachable loco and tender connections, pickups on all driving and tender wheels alongside a tender mounted 21-pin DCC decoder socket. DCC Sound versions will be fitted with an ESU LokSound5 decoder and our own sound project.

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