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The Victorian Railways built 53 K class engines at Newport Workshops over a 24 year period, commencing in 1922. The first series of 10 engines were progressively rebuilt in the 1940s to match the performance and visual appearance of the other class members. Later in 1946 the last 9 engines entered service, these engines had single cab side windows and the last 7 engines were fitted Boxpok style driving wheels.
They were extremely versatile engines and could be found and all classes of trains, many worked until the late 1960s and several into the early 1970s.
The Phoenix Reproductions model represents the class in it's later years of government service as well as several colourful liveries of early days preservation.
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