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January 21, 2019

Steam Locomotives

Model

Manufacturer

Description

  Price

Lehigh Valley Class M-35 2-8-0 Camelback
Road No. 748

Eddystone Locomotive Co.

Prototype Description - Lehigh Valley Class M-35 Camelback - Road No. 748  - Built 1889-1902 - 102 Locomotives in the Class - Baldwin Locomotive Works - Road Nos. 700-769 and 780-812 - Wootten Firebox - Last of the Class Retired in the Early 1950's
Model Overview - Custom Built Production Model by Eddystone Locomotive Company - 2004 Run - Designed From Original LV Drawings - Brass, Die Cast, Urethane, and Styrene Construction - Bowser Mechanism - Can Motor
Model Features - Camelback - Late Configuration - Footboard Pilot and Tender Steps - Backhead Detail - Dual Single Stage Air Pumps - 69 Spoke Drivers - Baker Valve Gear - Driver Brake Shoes - Locomotive-Tender Overhang - Rectangular Coal Tender with Four Wheel Tender Trucks - Multiple Added Details on Locomotive and Tender
Finish - Custom Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Graphite Smokebox - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load - Crew
Lettering - White Lettering - Road No. 748
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Can Motor - Kadee Couplers on Pilot and Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog
Model Condition - New - Test Run
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - NOB
Model Summary - From the Hal Carstens Collection - A Unique Custom Built Model of a Classic Eastern Camelback Locomotive
Photographs - Available Upon Request
Listing Date - January 21, 2019

350.00