This delightful replica of the cheerful Bluebell tank is a delightful way to remember the original and it will look smashing as it tootles around any wooden railway. A lovely gift for railway enthusiasts of any age!
The Heritage Collection offers a delightful range of replica engines from the golden age of rail.
Magnetic couplings and steering wheels enable it to pull a full compliment of carriages.
Beautifully packaged with educational information about the engine's evolution and working life.
Also compatible with other leading wooden rail systems.
Made from quality responsibly sourced materials, Bigjigs Toys conform to current EU safety standards
No.323 Bluebell is a P Class Tank Engine and was built in 1910 to pull small passenger trains. The Bluebell Railway was part of the route from Lewes to East Grinstead which opened in 1882 but the line was shut in March 1958.
Bluebell arrived at the Bluebell Railway in 1960 and made history by pulling the first passenger train, the first line to be reopened as a preserved standard gauge railway, run by volunteers.