Hattons Originals Andrew Barclay 0-4-0ST - Livestream and Q&A
The Hattons Originals Andrew Barclay Saddle Tank, released in 2018, has proven incredibly popular since its release. Jack and Dave take a closer look at these robust little steam engines and try to answer some of your questions about them.
Q&A - We've gathered some of the popular questions about the model here for you to read
Q: What liveries is the model available in?
A: The Andrew Barclay is available in the following liveries:
Q: Can you fit a Digital or Sound Decoder to this model?
A: The Andrew Barclay requires a 6-pin DCC decoder, however due to its diminutive size, sound fitting is not available. Full instructions can be found in the instructions booklet, and we have also produced a DCC fitting video.
Alternatively, we provide DCC fitting services for the model.
Q: How much does it cost?
A: Each variation is currently priced at £99, with the exception of 2226 "Katie", which is priced at the discounted price of £89.
Q: What features does the model have?
A: Each model has the following features:
Q: What is the mimimum curve radius for this locomotive?
A: The Andrew Barclay is capable of running on radius 2 curves or larger.
Q: What rolling stock can I run with this model?
A: Andrew Barclays would have ran various shunting and freight services throughout their lives, and are often used for passenger services on preservation railways. We have produced a formation diagram to provide you with some inspiration, but the possibilites are endless!
Q: Where and when would the Andrew Barclay have run?
A: This particular design of Andrew Barclay Saddle Tank was produced from the 1920s to 1940s and saw use across the entirety of the UK until the 1970s to 1980s, with many examples of the class currently in preservation today.
Q: Where can I find out more about this model?
A: Visit our product announcement page or watch our product showcase video to find out more.