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LNER V2 4791 LNER Lined Green (Original)
'OO' Gauge
DCC Fitted
DCC Sound
F1 - Sound On / Sound Off F2 - Brake (Non-Latching) F3 - Cylinder Drain Cocks F4 - Whistle (Playable) F5 - Normal Load / Heavy Load F6 (STATIONARY) - Firebox Door Open (red firebox light flickers) F6 (MOVING) - Firebox Door Open (red firebox light flickers and yellow light pulses in time with the exhaust) F7 - Injectors F8 - Whistle F9 - Flange Squeal F10 - Shovelling Coal (F6 must be On to activate this function) F11 - Blower (with F6 On and the locomotive stopped the red and yellow firebox lights will also flicker) F12- Hand Brake (locomotive will not move with the Hand Brake applied) F13 - Water Tank Filling F14 - Coupling/un-Coupling Clank F15 - Safety Valve F16 - Guard’s Whistle & Driver’s Response Toot F17 - Coasting F18 - Sound Fades Out/Sound Fades In F19 - Shunt Mode (reduces speed) F20 - Acceleration/Deceleration inertia off F21 - Volume Control (LATCH = Volume On/Off) or (TRIGGER = cycles 6 Volume Levels) F22 - Rail Join Clatter F23 - Rod Clank Analogue Users: Normal-load running sounds, acceleration steam chuff sounds and any other automatic and randomised sounds can be enjoyed when using this model on analogue control (DC) straight from the box - these sounds will play automatically when power is applied! LNER CLASS V2 HISTORY The LNER Class V2 steam locomotives were designed by Sir Nigel Gresley for express mixed traffic work and were built between 1936-1944. The V2s were the only significant class of 2-6-2 tender locomotives used in Britain. 184 locomotives were built at Doncaster and Darlington Works, construction continuing through the Second World War as they proved their usefulness. The V2 was developed from the Class A1/A3 Pacifics with smaller driving wheels and a shortened boiler. During WW2, the V2 locomotives achieved fantastic performances of haulage. Trains of over 20 carriages loaded to 700 tons proved within their abilities. The most famous locomotive of the Class is No. 4771 ‘Green Arrow’ (later No. 800 and 60800). ‘Green Arrow’ was the first of the Class named for publicity purposes for the launch of the LNER’s express freight services and is the only preserved example, part of the National Collection.
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