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O Gauge 3F 0-6-0 'Jinty' Production Samples

O Gauge 3F ‘Jinty’ Production Samples

The O Gauge 3F ‘Jinty’ production samples have arrived and passed by the design team. The shipment has now departed our Far East factory and we anticipate the models to be in shops towards the end of August. In the meantime we are delighted to be able to share images of the production samples with you.

7S-026-012 3F ‘Jinty’ 47680 BR Late Crest

Prototype Background

The London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) Fowler 3F 0-6-0T represents the apex in the development of the Midland Railway's six-coupled tank engines. The locomotive design was based on rebuilds by Henry Fowler of the Midland Railway 2441 Class introduced in 1899 by Samuel Waite Johnson. A total of 422 Jinties were built  between 1924 and 1931. The first 49 locomotives did not have the distinctive keyhole sand box  fillers in the tank sides. The Dapol model will  be of locomotives that did have the key hole.  Also featured in the Dapol range is the push pull fitted version of the locomotive. A total of 9 of the class survive into preservation with 47406 providing the sound recording for those modellers who wish to have this feature. The locomotive is now affectionately referred to as a Jinty, a name that  appears to be one bestowed by rail enthusiasts as there is no evidence of the name being used by the men who operated these locomotives.

47406 getting ready to have her sound recorded for the Dapol sound profile



  •  Die-cast running plate           
  • Compensated die-cast chassis, Die-cast and profiled wheels               
  • High level of separately applied detail        
  • Flickering fire light effect        
  • Removable cab roof for ease of posing your locomotive crew       
  • Sprung metal buffers and articulated screw coupling             
  • Dapol’s proven motor and gearbox offering exceptional smooth performance and slow running capabilities               
  • DCC Ready (21 Pin), DCC Fitted with sound options available— authentic sound recorded from 47406 at the GCR
  • Un-numbered versions of selected liveries will be available so that you can model your local locomotive

Proposed Models & RRP


7S-026-008 Jinty 3F 0-6-0 NCC No.19


7S-026-009 Jinty 3F 0-6-0 47569 British Railways & EC on tank side


7S-026-010 Jinty 3F 0-6-0 47406 BR Early Crest

47406 was the locomotive used to record the Dapol sound profile from at the Great Central Railway


7S-026-011 Jinty 3F 0-6-0 47482 BR LC with number on tank sides

See Note Below about this model


It is with regret that we must inform you that there is a small livery error on one of the models. Unfortunately it was noticed too late to make any changes to the models being shipped. A small cream square has been identified on the bottom corner of one of the tank sides that should not be there. 

We have decided that the most efficient way of dealing with this, and making the discrepancy in the decoration more palatable, is to offer a 20% discount off the recommended retail price of this model livery. A full warranty is still offered with these models with the aforementioned decorative defect being the only exception. All of our stockist have been informed of this decision

Models with this livery now have the following RRP: DCC Ready – £186.30, DCC Fitted – £217.35 & DCC Sound Fitted – £371.42


7S-026-012 Jinty 3F 0-6-0 47680 BR Late Crest


7S-026-010U & 7S-026-012U (Unnumbered Variants)


Only produced in limited quantities so if you would like an unnumbered version we strongly recommend you pre-order one now with your preferred Dapol stockist


The RRP for these models with the exception of the aformentioned 7S-026-011 is as follows DCC Ready £232.88, DCC Fitted £263.93, DCC Sound Fitted – £418.00


The Models have now shipped and we expect them to be in shops late August (not allowing for the vagaries of international shipping at the moment).


Pre-Order At Your Preferred Dapol Stockist NOW!


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