Bigjigs Flying Scotsman Battery Engine (4)
One of the world’s most famous locomotives, the Flying Scotsman was built in Doncaster in 1923 for a cost of £7,944 (over £491,000 in today’s money). It was the first locomotive to reach 100mph and to travel the world.
Our delightful Flying Scotsman train will power along a wooden rail track with ease at a more modest speed - either as a solo engine or with carriages attached to its magnetic coupling. It even has the famous Apple Green shade. Did you know that in the Second World War it got painted as wartime black before being green again?
Press the button and this battery operated train will start to chug along the track whilst making an authentic sound. The Flying Scotsman is a wonderful realistic addition to any wooden train set! Requires 2 x AAA batteries (not included).
Magnetic couplings ensure the Flying Scotman’s compatibility with all other engines and carriages in the Bigjigs Rail range. Most other major wooden railway brands are compatible.
Flying Scotsman Battery Operated Train product features:
- Flying Scotsman replica engine
- Battery operated train (requires 2 x AAA batteries)
- Compatible with Bigjigs Rail train sets & most other wooden railway brands
- 3.5cm L x 4.5cm H x 13cm W
Wholesale: case of 4 inners.