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Hall and Modified Hall 4-6-0

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Please note that the photographs on this page are of the pre-production 49XX 'Hall' model. Photographs of production engines will follow shortly.

AS OF 10 OCTOBER 2019, AS A RESULT OF SLIGHTLY INCREASED PRODUCTION, WE HAVE NINE HALLS AND FIVE MODIFIED HALLS AVAILABLE:

COLLETT HALLS

Number Name Livery Chimney type Shed Code Tender type Gauge 0/
Scale7
4930 Hagley Hall BR lined black Grange copper cap 82A
Bristol Bath Road
Collett
4,000 gallon
OFS
4949  Packwood Hall BR lined green Grange copper cap  82B
St Phillip's Marsh
Collett
4,000 gallon
OFS 
5916 Trinity Hall 

BR lined green

Grange copper cap 84B Oxley Hawksworth 4,000 gallon  OFS
5930 Hannington Hall GWR lined green Hall copper cap N/A Collett 4,000 gallon  OFS
6905 Claughton Hall BR lined green Grange copper cap 87A Neath Collett 4,000 gallon OFS
6920 Barningham Hall  BR lined green or
GWR green
Grange copper cap 81A
Old Oak Common 
Hawksworth 4,000 gallon OFS
6926 Holkham Hall  BR lined green or
GWR green
Grange copper cap  84E
Tyseley
Hawksworth 4,000 gallon S7 
6927 Lilford Hall BR lined green Hall copper cap 81F Oxford Hawksworth 4,000 gallon OFS
6931 Aldborough Hall  BR lined green ID   83E
St Blazey
Hawksworth 4,000 gallon  OFS

MODIFIED HALLS

Number Name Livery Chimney type Shed Code Tender type Gauge 0/
Scale7
6991 Acton Burnell Hall GWR lined green Grange copper cap N/A Collett 4,000 gallon  OFS
7912 Little Longford Hall BR lined green ID 84C Banbury Collett 4,000 gallon OFS
7915  Mere Hall BR lined green ID 84E
Tyseley
Collett 4,000 gallon OFS 
7817  North Aston Hall BR lined black Grange copper cap 82D
Westbury
Collett 4,000 gallon  OFS
7924 Thorneycroft Hall BR lined black ID 82D
Westbury
Hawksworth 4,000 gallon S7

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Due to a small increase in production we are now able to offer a few more Collett Halls and Modified Halls. We have had to decide on the configuration of these models that are listed in the table above and are now well into production.

The tender choice is between the most common Collett 4,000 gallon and Hawksworth 4,000 gallon tenders. The vast majority of the Hall class engines ran with either the Collett 4,000 gallon or Hawksworth 4,000 gallon tenders, so we have allocated these to the available production models in line with the selected livery configuration. However, we will have some spare tenders available if these are requested in place of or in addition to the allocated tenders. Several 49XX locomotives ran with Churchward and/or Collett 3,500 gallon tenders. Many Collett and Modified Halls also swapped from Collett to Hawksworth tenders and vice-versa, some doing this several times during their working lives.

Like the Granges, the Halls swapped boilers and smokeboxes on a regular basis. This meant that a given locomotive, especially the Collett Halls, could be seen at different times during its working life with a variety of chimney and oil pipe cover types. So for Collett Halls in the BR period: Hall, Grange and ID chimneys were all fitted especially in their later years. Modified Halls initially all had the Grange chimney. In later life most had ID chimneys fitted together with 3 row superheaters. In our selection of engines we have chosen chimneys and oil pipe covers as depicted for the engines in photographs of the relevant period.

The production programme details are now fixed so the engines will be built to the configurations outlined in the table above. We still could change names for BR engines subject to the model matching the specification of the real engine. There would be an extra charge for this change to purchase the plates from Severn Mill Nameplates and then to paint the plates in Korea.

All locomotives will be fitted with DCC-sound decoders and are DC/DCC-sound switchable. The motor fitted is the same aerospace grade precision coreless motor as used in the 70XX Castles, 47XX, 68XX Grange, the 28XX/38XX and the Standard Class 5. This gives outstanding running performance when coupled with our totally enclosed ball-bearing helical gearbox. On the Halls we have fitted the standard version of the gearbox with the lower step down ratio suitable for a mixed traffic locomotive. We have also incorporated into the models the new technology changes pioneered in the 47XX and 68XX Grange models.

If you would like an engine please contact us first by email or telephone with your requirements and we will see whether and how we can meet your needs. You can also reserve your engine using the form on the right but we cannot guarantee to provide what you request as we only have what is left in stock. It may be possible to change the identity a BR livery engine subject to authenticity, however changing GWR livery engines is more difficult as this means changing the buffer beam number.

As all the models are now produced, so if you would like a model we will now only take payments in full. EU Customers can enquire about paying in Euros.

Delivery by courier within the UK is free of charge, and to the EU and the rest of the world it is £60.

Hall and Modified Hall prices

Model Type   Base price Carriage charge Reservation deposit Second payment Final Payment Total Payment
Hall/ Modified Hall   £ £ £ £ £ £
Non EU Overseas Price excl VAT 2805 60 250 1485 1070 2865
EU Price inc VAT 3355 60 250 1485 1620 3415
UK Price inc VAT 3355 0 250 1485 1620 3355

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