Pasanger locomotive, 1837. Model (scale 1:
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Pasanger locomotive, 1837. Model (scale 1:12). This model and the actual locomotive were both made by Mr J Dawson, District Superintendent at Southampton, of the London and Southampton Railway. It represents an engine of the standard pasenger type of the period, with six wheels, a single driving axle, inside cylinders and outside frames. The locomotive's boiler had a barrel of 42 inches diameter and eight feet long, which was carried on wrought-iron brackets resting on the frames.