Triang 0-6-0 Shunter 1957-1968
The 1956 variant can be found under "Cellulose Acetate Locos 1952-1956" by scrolling down on the menu on the right hand side of the page.
The variant in British Rail blue will be covered later.
Triang green 0-6-0 BR Diesel Shunter 1957
A good runner, even at slow speeds. Handy when early Mk2 open couplings are required. Used on days when Harrow Park has a "Diesels Only Day".
She can be found on shed one.
Triang green 0-6-0 BR Diesel Shunter 1959
Identical to the previous model, the difference is that this locomotive is fitted with the 1959 open couplings.
I mention Triang couplings a lot, this is because I try not to mix different coupling types, this helps stop rolling stock coming apart during travel. I problem with type Mk2a couplings (the Mk2b are heavier and press down a little better). Mk3 closed couplings seem to work the best. Rovex Mk1 couplings are restricted to my "plunger" Princesses and some 6" maroon coaches.
Triang maroon clockwork 0-6-0 BR Diesel Shunter 1959
A reserve diesel locomotive at Harrow Park, manages two rounds on the mainline without rewinding. Sometimes used as a double header with its green electric brother.
Made between 1959 and 1962.