The Caledonian Railway 294 and 711 Classes (nicknamed "Jumbo") were 0-6-0 steam locomotives designed by Dugald Drummond for the Caledonian Railway introduced in 1883.
These Drummond Jumbos were numerically the largest class on the CR with 244 examples, 102 of which were fitted with Westinghouse brakes for passenger train working.
Some locos were fitted with stove-pipe chimneys.
All drawings kindly provided by the Caledonian Railway Association
Rolled Boiler, Includes nickel silver chassis, brass body and alternative parts for LMS & BR.
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