Roundhouse Live steam G scale locomotive 'Bertie' 0-4-0ST £618 with free P+P ( 32mm gauge version ) in-stock!

Roundhouse Live steam G scale locomotive 'Bertie' 0-4-0ST £618 with free P+P ( 32mm gauge version ) in-stock!
Brand: Roundhouse Engineering
Product Code: Bertie ( 32mm gauge )
Reward Points: 618
Availability: In Stock
Price: £50.00
Price in reward points: 61800
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32mm Bertie in-stock! Deep Brunswick green! Only £618!

The Roundhouse live steam locomotive 'Bertie' is a freelance British Saddle tank design and is part of the Roundhouse Basic range. It uses slip eccentric valve gear which means to change it just needs a nudge in the required direction. This model is 32mm gauge for SM32. 

Please note - You will only be charged £50 deposit at this stage. After this is paid, if your order is a pre-order we will be in contact to confirm your deposit and your desired specifications, and then further contact you in relation to the payment of the balance around 2 weeks before delivery. If you are ordering an in-stock model, we will contact you immediately regarding balance payment and shipping. Please ensure a telephone number is provided for us to contact you.

Lady Anne is available in any Roundhouse colour, which are all shown on a colour chart above. Colours may vary on the model to those in the picture. We will determine your desired specs when we contact you post-purchase.


Ordinary Butane or Iso-butane gas (as used in gas cigarette lighters) is the preferred fuel, though for economy, the larger canisters as used for blowlamps or camping stoves etc. are better (we do stock these at £3.50 each or 3 for £10 however they are not available to be sent via post or courier). The larger canisters have an EN417 threaded self sealing valve on top and require a special adapter (which we stock - see here) to couple up to the filler valve on the locomotive. Mixed gases, i.e. Butane with a proportion of Propane mixed in, are available, and may be used on current models if straight Butane is unavailable. These come in a variety of mixes ranging from 90/10 to 60/40 with one of the most common being 70/30. The figures refer to the proportions of the mix i.e. 70/30 contains 70% butane and 30% propane. If using mixed gasses, always choose the one with the largest proportion of butane.


These locos are fussy things. Tapwater in softwater areas is acceptable but in hardwater areas in can lead to limescale in the boiler and pipework. De-ionized water removes zinc from brass fittings so isn't good. Purified water is a tricky one, as it is not always clear how purification has taken place. Shops that sell it will variously tell you it is de-ionized, or distilled. If you can't be sure that it is distilled, don't use it. De-humidified water good as is deep freezer ice. Distilled water is the best. Unfortunately, its hard to get hold of.  If buying distilled water, be very sure that it actually is. Some retail outlets will sell 'purified' or 'de-ionized' water. Another soloution is filtered rain water using filters, which we stock also (see here). Rain water can not be stored for more than a few weeks.

Full instructions are included for steaming.


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