Monday, 3 April 2017

LB&SCR A1/A1X Terriers: 9 Liveries in *5* Days, Day 5 - Brighton Works (Clean)

** Our original plan to reveal the 9 new liveries in 9 days has had to be sped up as the pre-order is imminent and we thought you'd probably like to know what you're buying! So prepare for the remaining 5 liveries in the next few minutes! **

Today we have a livery specific to one engine, No. 35 "Morden" which was transfered to Brighton Works in August 1946 to replace No. 82 Boxhill which was taken out of service and placed into preservation and can still be seen at the National Railway Museum as the only Terrier to survive in original A1 condition.

"Morden" or 377S/32635 as she became was painted in the original Stroudley Improved Engine Green and had the words "Brighton Works" on her side panels instead of a name. She was withdrawn in March 1963.
This is a specific livery option and is available only as an A1X variant.

Before 1959, 32635 was numbered 377S and this cab side number can also be chosen instead of 32635.

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