RSH 'Husky' 0-4-0SDM

In the 1950s the 'Husky' was RSH's entry into the lightweight, low-cost locomotive field. Not many were sold but, with its huge cab windows and tiny wheels, it was an unusual and attractive engine.

This diminutive model has been designed for ease of assembly making it an ideal starting point for newcomers to etched kit construction ­ the simple fold-up bodyshell and slot-and-tab construction do much to demystify the soldering process. The 'Illusodrive' jackshaft mechanism is equally builder-friendly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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