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O Gauge LMS Royal Scot Class 6115 Scots Guardsman

O Gauge LMS Royal Scot Class 6115 Scots Guardsman

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An original scratch-built O Gauge example of the LMS Royal Scot Class 6115 Scots Guardsman 4-6-0 Sound and smoke generators.

Scots Guardsman was built as 6115 by the North British Locomotive Company of Glasgow in 1927.

It was named Scots Guardsman in 1928 after the Scots Guards. After receiving smoke deflectors, it starred in the 1936 film Night Mail. It was in fact the first member of the class to be equipped with the distinctive curved smoke deflectors.

6115 was rebuilt in 1947 with a new tapered type 2A boiler, and was painted in LMS 1946-style black livery. It was the first of the rebuilt engines to receive smoke deflectors and the only one to run with them as an LMS engine. It was renumbered 46115 by British Railways in 1948 and was the last of the class in service from service at Carlisle Kingmoor depot in December 1965.