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November 5, 2019

Steam Locomotives

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Steam Locomotives - Railroads A to E

Model

Importer

Description

  Price

Baltimore & Ohio
Class C-16 0-4-0T
"Dockside" Steam Switcher

 

Pacific Fast Mail

1966 Run

 

Model Overview - Pacific Fast Mail HO Scale Die Cast Import - New Condition - Unpainted - Open Frame Motor - Direct Drive - Sakura Japan

Photographs - Click Here B&O Class C-16 "Dockside" Steam Switcher



Prototype Description
Baltimore & Ohio Class C-16 0-4-0T Steam Switcher - Saddletank Design - “Dockside” - Four Locomotives Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1912 - Designed for Tight Radius Operation in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor - Road Numbers 69-99 - 46” Drivers - All Locomotives Retired by 1951

Model Description
Production Information -
1966 Run - Catalog No. 1001 - 550 Models Produced - Sakura Japan
Version Description -
Saddletank Design - 46” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Single Stage Air Pump - Footboard Pilots

Model Construction
Construction Features -
Die Cast Construction With Added Brass Details - Brass Working Valve Gear
Finish - Unpainted
Lettering -
N/A
Weathering - N/A

Model Operation
Drive -
Open Frame Motor - Direct Drive
Running Characteristics - Good - Medium Drive Train Noise
Couplers - Less Couplers
Electronics - DC Analog
Lighting - N/A

Model Condition
Model
- New
Run Time
- Test Run - No Wheel Wear
Box - Original Box - Box Condition: B10/New - Minor Blemishes on Box
Packaging - Original Packaging

Summary
The Model is a Classic Pacific Fast Mail Edition of a Famous Prototype Locomotive - Die Cast Construction

Date Listed -
November 5, 2019

175.00

 

Baltimore & Ohio
Class C-16 0-4-0T
"Dockside" Steam Switcher

 

Pacific Fast Mail

1964 Run

 

Model Overview - Pacific Fast Mail HO Scale Die Cast Import - Very Good Condition - Unpainted - Open Frame Motor - Direct Drive - Sakura Japan

Photographs Available Upon Request

Prototype Description
Baltimore & Ohio Class C-16 0-4-0T Steam Switcher - Saddletank Design - “Dockside” - Four Locomotives Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1912 - Designed for Tight Radius Operation in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor - Road Numbers 69-99 - 46” Drivers - All Locomotives Retired by 1951

Model Description
Production Information -
1964 Run - Catalog No. 1001 - 700 Models Produced - Sakura Japan
Version Description -
Saddletank Design - 46” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Single Stage Air Pump - Footboard Pilots

Model Construction
Construction Features -
Die Cast Construction With Added Brass Details - Brass Working Valve Gear
Finish - Unpainted
Lettering -
N/A
Weathering - N/A

Model Operation
Drive -
Open Frame Motor - Direct Drive
Running Characteristics - Good - Medium Drive Train Noise
Couplers - Less Couplers - Missing Coupler Pocket Screws
Electronics - DC Analog
Lighting - N/A

Model Condition
Model
- Very Good - Pilot Steps Removed - Missing Pop Valve and Whistle Castings
Run Time
- Some Run Time - No Wheel Wear
Box - Original Box - Box Condition: B8/Excellent - Repaired Seam on Interior Box - Some Wear on Box Label
Packaging - Replacement Packaging

Summary
The Model is a Classic Pacific Fast Mail Edition of a Famous Prototype Locomotive - Die Cast Construction - Some Flaws

Date Listed -
November 5, 2019

115.00

 

Chicago Burlington & Quincy Class O-5
4-8-4

 

Pacific Fast Mail
Crown Model

1969 Run

 

Model Overview - Pacific Fast Mail HO Scale Brass Import - Crown Model - Mint Condition - Unpainted - Open Frame Motor - Toby Japan

Photographs - Click Here CB&Q Class O-5 4-8-4



Prototype Description
Chicago Burlington & Quincy Class O-5 - 36 Locomotives of Class O-5, O-5a, and O-5b Built by Both the Baldwin Locomotive Works and the Burlington's Own Shops Between 1930 and 1936 - BLW Built O-5's Road Nos. 5600-5607 and the CB&Q Built O-5a and O-5b Road Nos. 5608-5635 - Four of the Original
O-5 Locomotives Were Later Rebuilt and Reclassified as O-5a's - The O-5b Locomotives Were Delivered With Box Pox Drivers - Some Locomotives in the Class Were Converted to Burn Oil - Retired in the Late-1950's-Early 1960's - Primarily Operated in CB&Q Heavy Fast Freight Service

Model Description
Production Information -
1969 Run - Crown Model - 100 Models Produced - Toby Japan
Version Description -
Late Detailing - Model Configuration is Representative of Class O-5b Prototypes - Coal Fired - Vestibule Cab - Cast Pilot - Alligator Crossheads - Lightweight Rods - Roller Bearings - Worthington Feedwater Heater - Mars Light Detail - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted On Either Side of the Boiler - 74” Box Pox Drivers - Baker Valve Gear - 18,000 Gallon, 21 Ton Rectangular Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks

Model Construction
Construction Features -
Driver Brake Shoes - Basic Locomotive Brake Rigging -
Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Finish - Unpainted - Some Tarnish
Lettering -
N/A
Weathering - N/A

Model Operation
Drive -
Open Frame Motor - Cast Gearbox
Running Characteristics - Excellent - Minimal Drive Train Noise
Couplers - Scale Coupler on Pilot - No Coupler on Tender
Electronics - DC Analog
Lighting - N/A

Model Condition
Model
- Mint
Run Time
- Lightly Test Run - No Wheel Wear - Boiler Weight Never Installed
Box - Original Box - Original Top and Bottom Foam - Replacement Center Foam
- Slight Tear on Box Seam - Original Box Sleeve - Box Condition: B9/Like New
Packaging - Replacement Packaging - No Extra Parts Bag

Summary
The Model is in Exceptional Condition - Classic Toby Crown Model Design and Construction - Correct Detailing

Date Listed -
November 5, 2019

1450.00

 


Steam Locomotives - Railroads F to J

Model

Importer

Description

  Price

Soon

   

0.00

 


Steam Locomotives - Railroads K to O

Model

Importer

Description

  Price

New York Central
Class J3a 4-6-4
Empire State Express
Streamlined Hudson

Road No.
5426

Key Imports

1993 Run

 

Model Overview - Key Imports HO Scale Brass Import - New Condition - Factory Painted - Coasting Drive - Samhongsa Korea

Photographs - Click Here NYC Class J3a 4-6-4 Empire State Express



Prototype Description
New York Central Empire State Express Class J3a 4-6-4 Streamlined Hudson - Road No. 5426 - American Locomotive Company Built 50 Class J3a Hudsons in 1937-1938 - Road Nos. 5426 and 5429 Were Streamlined by NYC's West Albany Shops in 1941 to Power NYC’s Budd-Built Lightweight Empire State Express - Henry Dreyfuss Designed Streamlining - The Two Locomotives Were Styled to Match the Stainless Steel Fluting on the Passenger Cars - The Empire State Express was a Daytime Train Between New York and Cleveland - The Streamlined Version Was Inaugurated on December 7, 1941 - J3a No. 5426 was Incrementally Destreamlined After the War and Retired in the Early 1950’s

Model Description
Production Information -
1993 Run - Serial No. 148 of 150 Models Produced - Samhongsa Korea - 1 of 75 Models Produced With Road No. 5426
Version Description -
1941 Design and Detailing - Streamlined Boiler and Tender w/Stainless Steel Corrugated Fluting - Elesco Feedwater Heater - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted Below Pilot -  79” Scullin Disk Drivers - Baker Valve Gear - Trailing Truck Booster - 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Streamlined Coal Tender w/Water Scoop - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks

Model Construction
Construction Features -
Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Cab Deck Plate - Driver Brake System Detail -
Locomotive Brake Rigging - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Finish - Factory Painted - Black and Silver Boiler - Stainless Steel Fluting on Locomotive and Tender Sides - Silver Drivers - Black Pilot, Cylinders, and Running Gear - Black Tender Top, Rear, Underframe, and Tender Trucks - Cab Window Glazing
Lettering -
Black Gothic Lettering - New York Central and Empire State Express Plates on Pilot - Rear Tender Safety Signs - Road No. 5426
Weathering - None

Model Operation
Drive -
Samhongsa Coasting Drive - Can Motor - Cast Gearbox - Factory Installed Sound Cam
Running Characteristics - Excellent - Minimal Drive Train Noise
Couplers - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender
Electronics - DC Analog
Lighting - Directional Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light

Model Condition
Model
- New
Run Time
- Test Run - No Wheel Wear
Box - Original Box - Original Foam - Box Condition: B9/Like New - Minor Blemishes on Box
Packaging - Original Packaging - No Extra Parts Bag - Original Paperwork

Summary
The Model is an Exceptional Representation of the Prototype Locomotive - Excellent Samhongsa Construction and Finish - Beautiful Presentation

Date Listed -
November 5, 2019

1595.00

 

Norfolk & Western
Class A 2-6-6-4

 

Pacific Fast Mail

1979 Run

 

Model Overview - Pacific Fast Mail HO Scale Brass Import - Mint Condition - Unpainted - Open Frame Motor - United-Atlas Japan

Photographs - Click Here N&W Class A 2-6-6-4



Prototype Description
Norfolk & Western Class A 2-6-6-4 - Built by the Norfolk & Western Roanoke Shops - One of a Class of 43 Locomotives Built Between 1936 and 1950 - Retired in 1959 - Used in N&W Fast Freight Service

Model Description
Production Information -
1979 Run - Last Run - 100 Models Produced - United-Atlas Japan
Version Description -
Postwar Detailing - Model Configuration is Representative of N&W Road Numbers 1238-1242 - Cast Pilot - Alligator Crossheads - Slab Side Rods With Roller Bearings - Worthington Feedwater Heater - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted On Either Side of the Boiler - 67” Spoke Drivers - Baker Valve Gear - Class 22-I 22,000 Gallon, 30 Ton Rectangular Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Tender Doghouse

Model Construction
Construction Features -
Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Cab Deck Plate - Driver Brake Shoes -
Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Sound Ready Tender
Finish - Unpainted - Slight PFM "Patina"
Lettering -
N/A
Weathering - N/A

Model Operation
Drive -
Samhongsa Coasting Drive - Can Motor - Cast Gearbox - Factory Installed Sound Cam
Running Characteristics - Excellent - Minimal Drive Train Noise  (Bench Tested)
Couplers - Scale Coupler on Pilot - No Coupler on Tender
Electronics - DC Analog
Lighting - N/A

Model Condition
Model
- Mint
Run Time
- No Run Time - No Wheel Wear - Boiler Weight Never Installed
Box - Original Box - Original Foam - Box Condition: B10/New
Packaging - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Original Paperwork

Summary
The Model is in Exceptional Condition - Excellent Late Japanese Construction - Correct Detailing

Date Listed -
November 5, 2019

795.00

 


Steam Locomotives - Railroads P to R

Model

Importer

Description

  Price

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie
Class H10b 2-8-2

 

Overland Models

1989 Run

 

Model Overview - Overland Models HO Scale Brass Import - New Condition - Unpainted - Can Motor - Ajin Precision Korea

Photographs - Click Here P&LE Class H10b Mikado



Prototype Description
Pittsburgh & Lake Erie (NYC Big Four) Class H10b 2-8-2 - One of Five Class H10b Mikados Purchased From the New York Central in 1951.  Originally Built for the NYC in 1924 by the Lima Locomotive Works - Representative of P&LE Road Nos. 212 and 216 - These Two Locomotives Were Unique in Having Vestibule Cabs - Operated in P&LE Freight Service - Retired in 1954

Model Description
Production Information -
OMI Catalog No. 1453 - 1989 Run - Last Run - 100 Models Produced - Ajin Precision Korea
Version Description -
Early 1950's Detailing - Model Configuration is Representative of PL&E Road Numbers 212 and 216 - Vestibule Cab - Footboard Pilot - Alligator Crossheads - Elesco Feedwater Heater - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted On Pilot Deck - Smoke Consumers - 63” Spoke Drivers - Baker Triangular Valve Gear Delta Trailing Truck - 16,000 Gallon, 22 Ton Rectangular Coal Tender With Curved Coal Boards- Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks

Model Construction
Construction Features -
Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Opening Hatches - Driver Brake Shoes -
Detailed Coal Bunker - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Sound Ready Tender
Finish - Unpainted - Minor Tarnish on Tender
Lettering -
N/A
Weathering - N/A

Model Operation
Drive -
Can Motor - Cast Gearbox - Factory Installed Sound Cam
Running Characteristics - Excellent - Minimal Drive Train Noise  (Bench Tested)
Couplers - Scale Coupler on Pilot - No Coupler on Tender
Electronics - DC Analog
Lighting - N/A

Model Condition
Model
- New
Run Time
- No Run Time - No Wheel Wear - Boiler Weight Never Installed
Box - Original Box - Original Foam - Box Condition: B9/Like New
Packaging - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag

Summary
The Model Effectively Captures the Look and Feel of the Most Modern Looking NYC H10b 2-8-2's Operated on the P&LE - Excellent Construction - Extensive Detailing

Date Listed -
November 5, 2019

895.00

 


Steam Locomotives - Railroads S to Z

Model

Importer

Description

  Price

Soon
 

   

0.00