Product Code: 10D-HMP

Halls and Manors in Preservation
Steam Lives On


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On The Great Western Railway the principal class 5 mixed traffic engine was the 'Hall' class with some 300 examples built from their introduction in 1928. However, their weight prohibited their use on some routes, most notably the former Cambrian lines. In 1938 the 'Manor' class was introduced to provide a class 5 locomotive on such routes. Construction of both classes continued into the British Rail era. Today, a total of 25 examples of these classes remain in existence.



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