The concept of the Mechanical Horse tractor unit with an easily detached articulated trailer was conceived in the early 1930s by Napier & Son. The London and North Eastern Railway had approached Napier's, the quality car and aero-engine makers for an answer to the problem of replacing horses for local haulage purposes, while retaining the flexibility of changing the wagons and the manoeuvrability of the horse and wagon.
Pictured here is a 1:76 scale replica of a Royal Army Service Corps Scammell Mechanical Horse with Flatbed Trailer. Now in stock!
Length: 3 inches
Width: 1 inches
Release Date: June 2013