The Mallard Engine was built in 1938 to pull high speed passenger trains and still holds the world speed record for steam traction at 126mph. It covered nearly 1.5 million miles until it was retired in 1963. It is now kept at the National Railway Museum. This ever popular 19cm replica train engine and coal wagon is part of the BigJigs Rail Heritage Collection. The Mallard engine complete with its trailer is compatible with all leading wooden train track systems. Suitable from 3 years.