RETURN TO THE MIKE HILL COLLECTION

 
 

September 14, 2019

Steam Locomotives

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  Railroads Tenders  
  Railroads - A to E  (16 Aug 2019) Steam Locomotive Tenders  (Soon)  
  Railroads - F to J   (27 Jun 2019)    
  Railroads - K to O  (28 Jun 2019)    
  Railroads - P to R  (Soon)    
  Railroads - S to Z  (Soon)    
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Steam Locomotives - Railroads A to E

Model

Importer

Description

  Price

Boston & Maine Class T1a 2-8-4 Berkshire

Road No. 4006

Scratch Built
Brass Model

Jerry White
 

Mike Hill Collection - Jerry White Scratch Built Brass Model - Jerry White Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- Boston & Maine Class T1a 2-8-4 Berkshire - Road No. 4006 - Lima Locomotive Works Built 20 Class T1a Berkshires in 1928 - Road Nos. 4000-4019 - These Were Followed by 5 Additional Class T1b Locomotives in 1929 - The T1s Were Representative of Early Lima Super Power Locomotives - 15 T1a’s and T1b’s, Including Road No. 4006, Were Sold to the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe Railroads Towards the End of WWII - The Remaining Locomotives Were Retired in the Late 1940’s
Model Overview - Jerry White Scratch Built O Scale Brass Model - Built in 1978 - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - Like New - Minimal Run Time
Model Features - Class T1a w/Larger Class T1b Tender - Circa 1940’s Detailing - Cab Interior Detail - Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Coffin Feedwater Heater - Low Headlight - Two Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Pilot Deck - Boiler Tube Pilot - 63 In. Spoke Drivers - Baker Triangular Valve Gear - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Trailer Truck Booster Engine - 17,500 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Basic Tender Brake Detail
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Cab Window Glazing - Crew - Coal Load
Lettering - White Gothic Lettering - Rectangular Boston & Maine Herald on Tender Sides - Road No. 4006
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Ball Bearing Can Motor - Jerry White Custom Drive - Scale Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Constant Directional Lighting
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - Exceptional Model of a Notable New England Prototype - The Model was Custom Built for Mike Hill - One of Jerry White’s Completely Scratch Built Locomotives - A Unique One of a Kind Model

Listing Date - June 27, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

6195.00

 

Canadian National Class K5a 4-6-4 Hudson

Road No.
5702

Scratch Built
Brass Model

Darryl Townsend
 

Mike Hill Collection - Darryl Townsend Scratch Built Brass Model - KTM Drive - Custom Painted

Prototype Description
- Canadian National Class K5a 4-6-4 Hudson - Road No. 5702 - Five Locomotives Built by the Montreal Locomotive Works and Delivered in 1930 - Road Nos. 5700-5704 - Used in Express Service Between Toronto and Montreal - Retired in the Mid 1960’s - Road No. 5702 is Preserved and is on Display by the Canadian Railroad Historical Association
Model Overview - Scratch Built O Scale Brass Model by Darryl Townsend - Modified Weaver Tender - Town Models Serial No. 094 - Custom Painted
Model Condition - Like New - Some Run Time
Model Features - Semi-Streamlined - Enclosed Cab - Running Board Side Skirts - Lagged Firebox - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Front End Throttle - Boiler Tube Pilot - 80 In. Spoke Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Single Bearing Crossheads - Locomotive Brake Shoes - 11,700 Gallon Vanderbilt Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks
Finish - Custom Painted - Black Boiler, Mechanism, Pilot, and Tender Trucks - Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Olive Green Cab, Side Skirts, and Tender - White Striping on Drivers, Wheelsets, and Tender Running Boards - White Handrails - Gold Striping on Side Skirts and Tender Coal Bunker - Red Cab Window Frames - Cab Window Glazing - Crew - Coal Load
Lettering - Gold Lettering - Red Number Plates on Side Skirts - Red and Gold Rectangular Angled Canadian National Herald on Tender Coal Bunker Sides - Road No. 5702
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Can Motor - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - A Unique Model of a Classic Canadian Prototype - Earlier Construction Techniques and Drive - A Distinctive Locomotive

Listing Date - June 27, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

1895.00

 

Canadian Pacific Class H1d Streamlined Royal Hudson 4-6-4

Road No. 2853

Weaver Models

Custom Modified
Brass Model

Darryl Townsend
 

Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Brass Import - Kleinschmidt Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- Canadian Pacific Class H1d Streamlined Royal Hudson 4-6-4 - 40 Class H1c/H1d Locomotives Built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in 1937-1938 - Road Nos. 2820-2859 - Operated in Canadian Pacific Passenger Service - Retired in the Mid-1960’s
Model Overview - Custom Modified Weaver Models O Scale Brass Import - 1995 Run - Korea - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - Like New - Very Minimal Run Time
Model Features - Weaver Model Modified to Prototype Dimensions by Darryl Townsend - Converted to Coal Burner - Enclosed Cab - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Flanged Dual Stack - Sheet Metal Streamlined Pilot - Single Cross Compound Air Pump - 75 In. Spoke Drivers - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Single Bearing Crosshead - 12,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Basic Tender Underframe Detail - Modifications: Boiler Modifications - Frame Extensions - Whistle Enclosure - Flanged Dual Stack Housing - Tender Converted to Coal
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Canadian Pacific Gray, Black, and Maroon Scheme - Gray Boiler Jacket, Firebox, and Cylinder Jackets - Black Cab, Running Boards, Smokebox, Mechanism, and Tender - Maroon Side Skirts and Side Tender Panels - Gold Striping - White Striped Running Boards - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Lettering - Gold Lettering - Canadian Pacific Beaver Herald on Cab Sides - Road No. 2853
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Can Motor - Kleinschmidt Custom Drive w/KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Kadee Couplers on Pilot and Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B8
Model Summary - Excellent Representation of the Prototype CP Royal Hudson - Well Executed Modifications to Improve the Base Weaver Model - Extremely Nice Presentation of a Famous Canadian Prototype Model

Listing Date - June 27, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

2195.00

 

Chicago & North Western Class H
4-8-4 Northern

Road No.
3029

17/64 Inch Scale

Scratch Built
 

Mike Hill Collection - Scratch Built Model - Custom Drive - Custom Painted

Prototype Description -
Chicago & North Western Class H 4-8-4 Northern - Road No. 3029 - Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works - Delivered in 1929 - 35 Locomotives in the Class - Pre WWII As Built Version - 76 In. Spoke Drivers - Used in Chicago-Omaha Freight Service
Model Overview - Custom Built Brass Model - 17/64 Inch Scale - Upgraded Detailing
Model Condition - Excellent - Minimal Run Time
Model Features - As Built Version - Prewar Detailing - Complete Backhead Detail - 76 In. Spoke Drivers - Roller Bearing Rods - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Pilot Deck - Trailing Truck Booster - Welded Rectangular Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks
Finish - Custom Painted - Semi Gloss Black Boiler and Tender - Graphite Smoke Box and Firebox - Cab Curtains - Crew
Lettering - White Lettering - Red, White, and Black C&NW Herald on Tender Sides and Pilot Air Pump Shield - Road No. 3029
Weathering - Lightly Weathered
Mechanism - Can Motor - Sprung Drivers - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Runner
Electronics - DC Analog - Headlight - Tender Backup Light
Box and Packaging - N/A
Model Summary - A Unique One of a Kind Model - An Excellent Rendition of a Classic Midwestern Prototype

Listing Date - June 27, 2019
Photographs
- Available Upon Request

3695.00

 

Chicago & North Western Class H-1
4-8-4 Northern

Road No.
3008

Sofue Model Works
 

Mike Hill Collection - Handbuilt Brass Import - Sofue Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- Chicago & North Western Class H-1 4-8-4 Northern - Road No. 3008 - Baldwin Locomotive Works Built 35 Class H-1 Locomotives for the C&NW in 1929 - The H-1’s Went Through Two Major Rebuilds - In 1940 they Received Box Pox Drivers and Roller Bearings - In 1946 The Class Entered a More Extensive Rebuilding Program - Rebuilt Locomotives Received New Boilers and Cast Frames, and Were Re-Classified as H-1 - Not all H Class Locomotives Were Rebuilt Due to Wartime Restrictions - The Locomotives Were Operated Primarily in Chicago-Omaha Freight Service
Model Overview - Sofue Model Works Handbuilt O Scale Brass Import - 1996 Run - The First of Master Sofue’s Special Edition O Scale Locomotives - 1996 Run - Serial No. 132 of 25 Models Produced - 2 Rail - Sofue Model Works Japan - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - New - Test Run
Model Features -
As Rebuilt Detailing - Class H-1 Specific Details - Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Hinged Tender Deck Plate - Front End Throttle - Mars Light - Bell Mounted on Smokebox Front - Twin Generators - Two Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Pilot Deck - Worthington Feedwater Heater - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Single Bearing Crossheads - Roller Bearing Main and Side Rods - 76 In. Box Pox Drivers - Boiler Tube Pilot - Outside Bearing Pilot Truck - Booster Engine on Trailing Truck - 18,000 Gallon Welded Rectangular Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Tender Underframe Brake Detail
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - Semi-Glass Black Boiler, Mechanism and Tender - Dark Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Red Cab Window Frames - Cab Window Glazing - Crew - Coal Load
Lettering - Silver Lettering - C&NW Red, Silver, and Black Heralds Air Pump Shield and Tender Sides - Road No. 3008
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Pittman Can Motor - Sofue Coasting Ball Bearing Drive - Kadee Couplers - Exceptional Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light - Marker Lights
Box and Packaging - Original Wood Box w/Brass Nameplate - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Box Condition: B9
Model Summary - A Exceptional Handbuilt Japanese Model with Beautiful Professional Paint by Bernie Beedy - A Unique Model
 
Listing Date -
June 27, 2019
Photographs -
Click Here:  C&NW Class H-1 4-8-4 No. 3008

9195.00

 

Chicago & North Western Class R-1
4-6-0 Ten Wheeler

Road No. 1385

Glacier Park Models
 

Mike Hill Collection - Brass Import - Glacier Park Models Stock Drive - Factory Painted

Prototype Description -
Chicago & North Western Class R-1 4-6-0 Ten Wheeler - Road No. 1385 - Built by American Locomotive Company - Delivered in March of 1907 - One of 325 Locomotives in the Class Delivered to the C&NW Between 1901 and 1908 -  Used in Freight and Passenger Service - Retired in 1956 - Preserved at the Mid-Continent Railway Museum - 63 In. Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Stephenson Valve Gear - Dual Single Phase Air Pumps - Superheated - 7500 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender
Model Overview - O Scale Brass Import - Catalog No. GPM-1385.2 - 2 Rail - 2010 Run - Boo Rim Precision Korea - Factory Painted
Model Condition - New - Test Run
Model Features - Late Steam Era Detailing - Cab Interior Detail - Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - 63” Spoke Drivers - Canted Cylinders - Alligator Crossheads - Stephenson Valve Gear - Complete Locomotive Brake Detail - Footboard Pilot - Dual Single Phase Air Pumps - 7500 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender - Opening Tender Doors and Hatches - Complete Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Andrews Leaf Spring Tender Trucks with Brake Rigging - Footboard Steps on Tender Rear - Tender Marker Lights - Tender Backup Light
Finish - Factory Painted - C&NW Late Scheme - Black Boiler and Tender - Light Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Red Window Frames and Details - White Running Board Striping - Green Cab Interior - Cab Window Glazing
Lettering - White Lettering - Red, White, and Black C&NW Herald on Tender Sides - Road No. 1385
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Pittman Can Motor - Kadee Couplers on Pilot and Tender - Excellent Runner
Electronics - DC Analog - Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight, Tender Backup Light, Lighted Markers, Cab Lighting
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Socket Tool - Box Condition B9
Model Summary - An Exceptional Model - Boo Rim Precision Quality

Listing Date - June 27, 2019
Photographs
- Available Upon Request

1895.00

 


Steam Locomotives - Railroads F to J

Model

Importer

Description

  Price

Frisco Lines Semi-Streamlined 4-6-4

Road No. 8214

Scratch Built
Brass Model

Frank Miller

 

Mike Hill Collection - Frank Miller Scratch Built Brass Model - KTM Custom Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- Frisco Lines (St. Louis - San Francisco) Semi-Streamlined 4-6-4 - Road No. 1066 - 10 Locomotives Were Built by the Railroad From 1937 to 1940 - They Were Rebuilt From Existing Pacifics Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1917 - The Hudsons Received Road Nos. 1060-1069 - Several Improvements Were Made to the Boilers and the Locomotives Were Converted to Burn Oil - The Frisco 4-6-4’s Were Semi-Streamlined With Wide Side Skirts Along the Running Boards - Operated in Passenger Service - Retired Between 1950 and 1952
Model Overview - Frank Miller Scratch Built O Scale Brass Model - Built in 2003 - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - New - Test Run
Model Features - As Built Design and Detailing - Conical Boiler - Side Skirts - Cab Interior Detail - Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Enclosed Sand Valves and Pipes - Boiler Tube Pilot - 74 In. Drivers - 1st and 3rd Drivers Spoked - Main Disk Drivers - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Single Bearing Crossheads - Locomotive Brake Shoes - 13,300 Gallon Rectangular Oil Tender - Four Wheel Bettendorf Leaf Spring Tender Trucks - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - Semi-Gloss Black Boiler, Cab, Mechanism, Pilot, and Tender - White Side Skirts That Carry Through the Pilot, Lower Cab and Tender - Red Diamond Lettering Panels on Locomotive and Tender Sides - Red and Silver Striping - White Rimmed Stack - Oxide Red Cab Roof - Cab Window Glazing
Lettering - Gold Roman Lettering Outlined in Black - “Frisco Lines": on Locomotive Side Skirts - Road Number 1066 on Tender Sides
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Can Motor - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Constant Directional Lighting
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - This is a Stunning Model - Exceptionally Clean Construction and Striking Professional Paint - The Model was Custom Built for Mike Hill - Collector Quality - A Unique One of a Kind Model

Listing Date -
June 28, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

5995.00

 


Steam Locomotives - Railroads K to O

Model

Importer

Description

  Price

Kansas City Southern Class H1 4-6-2 Pacific

Road No. 809

Scratch Built
Brass Model

Phil Miller
 

Mike Hill Collection - Phil Miller Scratch Built Brass Model - Custom Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- Kansas City Southern Class H1 4-6-2 Pacific - Three Locomotives Built in 1919 by the American Locomotive Company - Road Nos. 808-810 - These Were Follow-on Locomotives to the 8 Class H Pacifics Built by Alco in 1912 - The H1s Were the Primary Motive Power Assigned to the Kansas City Southern’s Flagship Passenger Train Between Kansas City and Port Arthur, Texas - “The Flying Crow” - The Locomotives Were Specifically Decorated for the Train Which Was Inaugurated in 1928
Model Overview - Phil Miller Scratch Built O Scale Brass Model - Built Mid-1960’s - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - Like New - Minimal Run Time
Model Features - Completely Scratch Built - Late 1920’s-Early 1930’s Design and Detailing - Conical Boiler - Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Cab Curtains - Cab Window Shades - Hinged Tender Deck Plate - 75 In. Spoke Drivers - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Locomotive Brake Rigging - Cross Compound Air Pump - Boiler Tube Pilot - Hodges Trailing Truck - High Mounted Headlight - 9,000 Gallon Vanderbilt Coal Tender - Scratch Built Four Wheel Cast Tender Trucks - Complete Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Medium Green Boiler, Cylinders, and Tender Tank - Black Cab, Mechanism, Pilot, Tender Coal Bunker, and Tender Frame - Oxide Red Cab Roof - Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Nickel Plated Cylinder Covers - White Running Board Striping - Gold Striping on Domes, Cab Sides, Cylinder Jackets, and Coal Bunker Sides - Gold Striping on Driver Spokes and Driver Counterweights - Cab Window Glazing - Crew - Coal Load
Lettering - Gold Roman Lettering - Red, Black, and White Circular “The Flying Crow” Herald on Tender Coal Bunker Sides - Road No. 809
Weathering - Lightly Weathered
Mechanism - Can Motor - Custom Drive - Ajin Precision Gearbox - Scale Couplers on Locomotive and Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Constant Directional Lighting
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - This is a Unique, Museum Quality Model - A One of a Kind Model

Listing Date -
June 28, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

8195.00

 

Michigan Central Lines Class J1c 4-6-4 Hudson

Road No. 8214

Westside Model Company

Custom Modified
Brass Import
 

Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Brass Import - Upgraded KTM Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- Michigan Central - New York Central System Class J1c Hudson 4-6-4 - American Locomotive Company - 30 Locomotives Built by American Locomotive Company - Delivered in 1928-1929 - Road Nos. 5250-5274 and 8210-8214 - The J1c Locomotives Incorporated Modifications From the Original NYC J1 Design - These Included Internal Coffin Feedwater Heaters and Baker Valve Gear and Cast Steel Frames on the Last Five Locomotives - Road Nos. 8210-8214 Were Later Renumbered NYC 5355-59 in 1936 - Retired in the Early 1950’s - Operated in Heavy Passenger Service
Model Overview - Custom Modified Westside Model Company O Scale Brass Import - As Built Michigan Central Version - Late Run - Serial No. 1081 - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - Like New - Test Run
Model Features - Custom Modifications by Tom Harley - As-Built Detailing - Cab Interior Detail - Complete Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Coffin Feedwater Heater - 79 In. Spoke Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Standard NYC Hudson 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender w/Water Scoop - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Custom Modifications Include: Marker Lights on Locomotive and Tender - Coffin Feedwater Heater Smokebox Modifications - Piping and Prototype Detail Changes - Lagged Firebox
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - As-Delivered Scheme - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox - White Lined Drivers - Green Cab Interior - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Lettering - White NYC System Early Serif Lettering - Etched Builder’s Plates - Road No. 8214
Weathering - Lightly Weathered
Mechanism - Pittman Can Motor - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Light
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Box Condition: B9
Model Summary - Excellent Model of a Significant New York Central System Prototype - Quality Construction - Unique Feedwater Heater Treatment - Exceptional Finish - Smooth Runner - A Beautiful Model

Listing Date - June 28, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

2895.00

 

New York Central Class H6a 2-8-2 Mikado

Road No. 1894

Sunset Models

Custom Modified
Brass Import
 

Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Brass Import - Samhongsa Stock Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description -
New York Central Class H-6a Mikado 2-8-2 - Road No. 1894 - USRA Light Mikado Design - 95 Locomotives Built by the Lima Locomotive Works in 1917-1918 - An Additional 99 Locomotives Were Built for NYC Subsidiary Lines by Multiple Builders - Operated in Medium Freight Service - Retired in the Mid-1950’s
Model Overview - Custom Modified Sunset Models O Scale Brass Import - USRA Light Mikado - 2 Rail - 2010 Run - Samhongsa Korea - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - New - Test Run
Model Features - Late Steam Era Detailing - Cab Interior Detail - Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - 63” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Locomotive Brake Detail - Hodges Trailing Truck - Cross Compound Air Pump - Smokebox Mounted Bell - Footboard Pilot - 10,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender - Andrews Four Wheel Tender Trucks - Custom Modifications Include: Footboard Pilot - Revised Piping - Cab Roof Handrails - Tender Coal Bunker Extensions - Footboard Steps on Tender - Tender Marker Lights - Tender Backup Light
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Black Boiler and Tender - Medium Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Lettering - White San-Serif NYC Gothic Lettering - Road No. 1894
Weathering - Light Weathering
Mechanism - Canon Can Motor - Scale Coupler on Locomotive Pilot - Kadee Couplers Tender - Excellent Runner
Electronics - DC Analog - Constant Lighting
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - An Exceptional Model of a Common NYC Freight Locomotive - Beautiful Presentation - A common USRA Prototype With Unique NYC Detailing


Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

2695.00

 

New York Central Class J1c Hudson
4-6-4

Road No.
5356

Westside Model Company

Custom Modified
Brass Import
 

Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Brass Import - Kleinschmidt Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- New York Central System Class J1c Hudson 4-6-4 - American Locomotive Company - 30 Locomotives Built by American Locomotive Company - Delivered in 1928-1929 - Road Nos. 5250-5274 and 8210-8214 - The J1c Locomotives Incorporated Modifications From the Original NYC J1 Design - These Included Internal Coffin Feedwater Heaters, Baker Valve Gear, and Cast Steel Frames on the Last Five Locomotives - Road Nos. 8210-8214 Were Later Renumbered NYC 5355-59 in 1936 - Retired in the Early 1950’s - Operated in Heavy Passenger Service
Model Overview - Custom Modified Westside Model Company O Scale Brass Import - Post NYC Renumbering - Late Run - Serial No. 1066 - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - Like New - Some Run Time
Model Features - Custom Modifications by Tom Harley - Later Detailing - Cab Interior Detail - Complete Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Coffin Feedwater Heater - 79” Spoke Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Modified Standard NYC Hudson 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender w/Water Scoop - Tender Surge Tank - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Custom Modifications Include: Marker Lights on Locomotive and Tender - Coffin Feedwater Heater Smokebox Modifications - Custom Built Tender Surge Tank - Piping and Prototype Detail Changes - Lagged Firebox
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - Later Scheme - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox - Cab Window Glazing - Crew - Coal Load
Lettering - White NYC System Late San-Serif Gothic Lettering - Etched Builder’s Plates - Road No. 5356
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Kleinschmidt Custom Drive - Pittman Can Motor - Modified KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Light
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Box Condition: B8
Model Summary - Excellent Model of a Significant New York Central System Prototype - Quality Construction - Unique Feedwater Heater Treatment - Tender Surge Tank - Exceptional Finish - Smooth Runner - A Beautiful Model

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

3195.00

 

New York Central Lines Class J1e Hudson
4-6-4 - Big Four C.C.C&St.L.

Road No. 6620

Westside Model Company

Custom Modified
Brass Import
 

Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Brass Import - Upgraded KTM Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- New York Central System - Big Four C.C.C&St.L. Class J1e Hudson 4-6-4 - American Locomotive Company - 10 Locomotives Built by American Locomotive Company - Delivered in 1931 - Road Nos. 6620-6629 - Big Four Locomotives Incorporated Modifications From the Original NYC J1e Design - These Included Larger Tenders and Worthington Feedwater Heaters - Later Renumbered NYC 5395-5404 - Retired in the Early 1950’s - Operated in Heavy Passenger Service
Model Overview - Custom Modified Westside Model Company O Scale Brass Import - As Built Big Four J1e Version - Late Run - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - Like New - Test Run
Model Features - Custom Modifications by Tom Harley - As-Built Detailing - Cab Interior Detail - Complete Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Worthington Feedwater Heater - 79” Spoke Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Locomotive Brake Shoes - 15,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender w/o Water Scoop - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Custom Modifications Include: Modified Tender w/Extended Water Leg - Worthington Feedwater Heater w/Attendant Plumbing - Prototype Detail Changes - Sunbeam Headlight
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - As-Delivered Scheme (Thoroughbreds Page 69) - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Green Cab Interior - Red Details - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Lettering - White NYC System Early Serif Lettering - Etched Builder’s Plates - Road No. 6620
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Can Motor - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Light
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box Reboxx
Model Summary - Exceptional Model of a Significant New York Central System Prototype - Quality Construction - Unique Tender - Exceptional Finish - Smooth Runner - A Unique Model

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

2795.00

 

New York Central Lines Class J3a Hudson
4-6-4 - Modernized

Road No. 5411

Westside Model Company

Custom Modified
Brass Import
 

Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Brass Import - Kleinschmidt Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- New York Central Class J3a 4-6-4 - Road No. 5411 - American Locomotive Company - 50 Locomotives Delivered in 1937-1938 - Road Nos. 5405-5454 - The J3a’s Were the Last Hudsons Built for the NYC - Class Was Rebuilt Beginning in 1943 With Worthington Feedwater Heaters, PT Class Centipede Tenders, and Other Modern Improvements - Road No. 5411 Received a PT-4 Centipede Tender in the Late 1940’s
Model Condition - Like New - Some Run Time
Model Features - Late 1940’s Modernized Detailing - Basic Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Worthington Feedwater Heater - 79” Box Pox Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Trailing Truck Booster Engine - 18,000 Gallon PT4 Centipede Coal Tender - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Custom Modifications Include: New PT-4 Tender - Single Steam Feed Booster Engine - Detail and Piping Changes
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - Semi-Gloss Black - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Lettering - White NYC Late San-Serif Gothic Lettering - Road No. 5411
Weathering - Weathered
Mechanism - Kleinschmidt Custom Drive - Pittman Can Motor - Modified KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Light
Box and Packaging - Original Box - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: B9
Model Summary - Exceptional Model of a Late New York Central J3a - Quality Modifications - Unique Features - A Classic Modernized NYC Hudson

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

3095.00

 

New York Central  Class J3a Hudson
4-6-4 - Modernized

Road No. 5414

Max Gray

Custom Modified
Brass Import
 

Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Brass Import - Upgraded Max Gray Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- New York Central Class J3a 4-6-4 - Road No. 5414 - American Locomotive Company - 50 Locomotives Delivered in 1937-1938 - Road Nos. 5405-5454 - The J3a’s Were the Last Hudsons Built for the NYC - Class Was Rebuilt Beginning in 1943 With Worthington Feedwater Heaters, PT Class Centipede Tenders, and Other Modern Improvements - Road No. 5414 Received a Dual Sealed Beam Headlight (The Only Hudson So Equipped) and the Addition of a Surge Tank to its Standard Tender - Retired in the Early 1950’s - Operated in Heavy Passenger Service
Model Overview - Custom Modified Max Gray O Scale Brass Import - Road No. 5414 as Modernized - 1964 Run - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - Like New - Minimal Run Time
Model Features - Custom Modifications by Tom Harley - Late 1940’s Modernized Detailing - Basic Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Worthington Feedwater Heater - 79” Box Pox Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Modified 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender With Surge Tank and Water Scoop - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Custom Modifications Include: Modified Standard J3a Tender w/Surge Tank - Worthington Feedwater Heater w/Attendant Plumbing - Dual Sealed Beam Pyle National Headlight
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Lettering - White NYC Late San-Serif Gothic Lettering - Etched NYC Oval Name Plate - Road No. 5414
Weathering - Lightly Weathered
Mechanism - Can Motor - Max Gray Fabricated Brass Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Very Good Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Light
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - Exceptional Model of a Unique Postwar New York Central J3a - Quality Modifications - Unique Features - Tender Surge Tank - Dual Sealed Beam Headlight - Exceptional Finish - A Unique Model

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

2195.00

 

New York Central Class J3a Hudson
4-6-4 - Original Version

Road No. 5424

Kohs & Company

First Edition
Serial No. 1
 

Mike Hill Collection - Brass Import - Kohs & Company Drive - Fully Equalized Mechanism - Factory Painted

Prototype Description
- New York Central Class J3a Hudson 4-6-4 - American Locomotive Company - 50 Locomotives Delivered in 1937-1938 - Road Nos. 5405-5454 - The J3a’s Were the Last Hudsons Built for the NYC - Class Was Rebuilt Beginning in 1943 With Worthington Feedwater Heaters, PT Class Centipede Tenders, and Other Modern Improvements - Retired in the Early 1950’s - Operated in Heavy Passenger Service
Model Overview - Kohs & Company O Scale Brass Import - Original In-Service Version - First Edition - Serial No. 1 of 100 2006 Run - Sun Jin Models Korea - Factory Painted
Model Condition - New - Test Run
Model Features - Early Detailing - Opening Hatches and Doors - Cab Interior Detail - Wood Cab Floor -  Backhead Detail - Deck Plate - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Opening Smoke Box Front - Elesco Feedwater Heater - 79” Box-Pox Drivers - Baker Valve Gear - Locomotive Brake Rigging - Scale Couplers - 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender w/Water Scoop - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Full Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Finish - Factory Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Green Cab Interior - Cab Window Glazing - Removable Coal Pile
Lettering - White NYC Early Serif Lettering - Etched Number Plate - Road No. 5424
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Pittman Ball Bearing Can Motor - Die Cast Gearbox - Coasting Drive - Ball Bearing Drive - Fully Equalized and Sprung Mechanism - Real Leaf Springs - Scale Couplers on Locomotive and Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Dallee Digital Sound System - Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight and Tender Backup Light
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Wiring Harness - Gloves - Sound Controller - Paperwork - Certificate - Box Condition: B9
Model Summary - Exceptional Model of a Famous Prototype - Quality and Innovative Construction and Finish - Smooth Runner - This Model Was the First Production Model From Kohs & Company - It is Serial No. 1 of the First Kohs Edition - NYC J3a - The Model was Built Expressly for Mike Hill - The Model is Collector Quality

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

6195.00

 

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

Road No. 5429

Scratch Built Brass Model

Jerry White
 

Mike Hill Collection - Jerry White Scratch Built Brass Model - Jerry White Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description
- New York Central Empire State Express Class J3a 4-6-4 Streamlined Hudson - Road No. 5429 - American Locomotive Company Built 50 Class J3a Hudsons in 1937-1938 - Road Nos. 5426 and 5429 Were Streamlined in 1941 to Power NYC’s Budd-Built Lightweight Empire State Express - 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. 5429 was Incrementally Destreamlined After the War and Retired in the Early 1950’s
Model Overview - Jerry White O Scale Scratch Built Brass Model - Custom Painted
Model Condition - Like New - Minimal Run Time
Model Features - 1941 Design and Detailing - Streamlined Boiler and Tender w/Stainless Steel Corrugated Fluting - Cab Interior Detail - Backhead Detail - Deck Plate - Elesco Feedwater Heater - 79” Scullin Disk Drivers - Baker Valve Gear - Locomotive Brake Rigging - 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Streamlined Coal Tender w/Water Scoop - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks - Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - Semi-Gloss Black Lower Boiler, Cab, Cowling, Pilot, Mechanism, Tender Underframe, and Tender Trucks - Silver Upper Half of Boiler - Stainless Steel Fluting Below Locomotive Running Boards and on Tender - Cab Window Glazing
Lettering - Black NYC Gothic Lettering - Red Oval New York Central System Plate on Pilot - Road No. 5429
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Pittman Ball Bearing Can Motor - Jerry White Custom Drive - Scale Couplers on Locomotive and Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Constant Directional Lighting
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - Exceptional Model of a Famous Prototype - The Model was Custom Built for Mike Hill - One of Jerry White’s Completely Scratch Built Locomotives - The Model is Collector Quality - A Unique One of a Kind Model

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

5895.00

 

New York Central  Class J3a Dreyfuss Streamlined Hudson
4-6-4

Road No. 5449

Westside Model Company


 

Mike Hill Collection - Brass Import - KTM Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description - NYC Streamlined Class J3a Dreyfuss Hudson 4-6-4 - One of 50 “Super Hudson” Locomotives Built by American Locomotive Co. in 1937 and 1938 - Fully Streamlined Class J3a Hudson for the 1938 20th Century Limited in 1939 - Henry Dreyfuss Design - Road No. 5449 Received Box Pox Drivers - It was Destreamlined in the Late 1940’s
Model Overview - Westside Model Company O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - New - Test Run
Model Features - Full Streamlining - Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - 79” Box Pox Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Baker Valve Gear - Driver Brake Shoes - Streamlined Rectangular Coal Tender w/Six Wheel Commonwealth Trucks
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - Gray and Sliver - Black Mechanism, Cylinders, Trailing Truck, Tender Underframe, and Tender Trucks - Silver Cylinder Covers - Silver Drivers - Gray Stripes - Blue Trim Stripes on Tender - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Lettering - White Gothic Lettering - Road No. 5449
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Pittman Can Motor - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - A Unique J3a Dreyfuss Version With Box Pox Drivers - Exceptional Professional Finish

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

2195.00

 

New York Central  Class NE-2d 2-6-6-2

Road No. 1354

Custom Brass


 

Mike Hill Collection - Brass Import - Custom Brass Stock Drive - Custom Painted

Prototype Description - New York Central Class NE-2d 2-6-6-2 - Road No. 1354 - 25 Locomotives Built by American Locomotive Company in 1917 - Road Nos. 1354-1373, 1349-1353 - Used in Coal Train Service in the Pennsylvania Division - Retired in the Early 1950’s
Model Overview - Custom Brass O Scale Brass Import - Catalog No. ST-237-O - Serial No. 32 of 40 - Dai Young Korea - Custom Painted
Model Condition - Excellent - Some Run Time
Model Features - Late 1930’s Detailing - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Duplex Stoker Tubes - Low Mounted Headlight on Pilot Deck - 57” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Footboard Pilot - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps - Spoked Lead and Trailing Truck Wheelsets - 8,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender - Bettendorf Style Leaf Spring Four Wheel Tender Trucks
Finish - Custom Painted - Black Boiler and Tender - Light Graphite Firebox - Coal Load
Lettering - White NYC Late San-Serif Gothic Lettering - Road No. 5033
Weathering - Heavy Weathering
Mechanism - Can Motor - Kadee Couplers on Pilot and Tender - Very Good Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B8
Model Summary - A Very Nice Presentation of a Unique NYC Articulated Locomotive - An Excellent Operating Model - A Somewhat Scarce Model

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

2195.00

 


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Southern Pacific Class GS-4 Streamlined Daylight 4-8-4

Road No. 4449

U.S. Hobbies


 

Mike Hill Collection - Brass Import - KTM Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description - Southern Pacific Class GS-4 Daylight 4-8-4 - Streamlined Design - 28 Locomotives Built by The Lima Locomotive Works - Delivered in 1941-1942 - Road Nos. 4430-4457 - Dual Headlights - Full Side Skirts - Oil Fired - Daylight Paint Scheme - Operated in SP Name Passenger Service, Including the Coast Daylight, San Joaquin Daylight, The Lark, The Sunset Limited, and Others - Retired in 1958
Model Overview - U.S. Hobbies O Scale Brass Import - Prewar Version - Serial No. 5445 - 1968 Run - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - New - Test Run
Model Features - Pew-War Detailing - Enclosed Cab - Hinged Deck Plate - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps Mounted on Fireman’s Side of Boiler - Dual Headlights - 80” Box-Pox Drivers - Single Bearing Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Full Side Skirts - Three Generators - 23,300 Gallon Oil Tender
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - Prewar Paint Scheme - Semi-Gloss Black Upper Boiler, Cowling, Cab Roof, Pilot Deck, Mechanism, and Upper Tender - Red and Orange Broad Striping on Locomotive and Tender - Orange Side Skirts and pilot - Silver Hardware and Accent Striping - Medium Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Silver Smokebox Front - Cab Window Glazing
Lettering - Silver Lettering - Prewar “Southern Pacific Lines” on Tender - Daylight Heralds on Side Skirts - Etched Builder’s Plates - Number Plate - Road No. 4449
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Open Frame Motor - Die Cast KTM Gearbox - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Very Good Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B8
Model Summary - Excellent Model of a Famous Prototype - Quality Japanese Construction Beautiful Daylight Paint

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

1995.00

 

Union Pacific Class Big Boy 4-8-8-4

Road No.
4000

Key Imports


 

Mike Hill Collection - Brass Import - Samhongsa Stock Drive - Factory Painted

Prototype Description - Union Pacific Big Boy 4-8-8-4 - Class 4884-1 - American Locomotive Company - Delivered in 1941 - The First Locomotive in the First Big Boy Order for 20 Locomotives - Road Nos. 4000-4019 - Retired in 1959 - 68” Box Pox Drivers - Pilot Mounted Cooling Coils - Coal Fired - Operated in Heavy Freight Service
Model Overview - Key Imports O Scale Brass Import - As Built Version - Key Imports Custom Serial No. 66 - 1989 Run - Samhongsa Korea - Factory Painted
Model Condition - Like New - Minimal Run Time
Model Features - Early Detailing - Opening Hatches and Doors - Cab Interior Detail - Backhead Detail - Operating Rear Cab Doors - Deck Plate - Pilot Mounted Cooling Coils - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Opening Smoke Box Front - 68” Box-Pox Drivers - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Worthington FWH - Locomotive Brake Rigging - Operating Coupler on Pilot - UP Class C-25-1 Centipede Coal Tender
Finish - Factory Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Light Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Green Cab Interior - Cab Window Glazing
Lettering - White Lettering - Etched Builder’s Plates - Etched Number Plate - Road No. 4000
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Can Motor - Die Cast Gearboxes - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight and Tender Backup Light - Lighted Classification Lights
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Box Condition: B9
Model Summary - Excellent Model of a Famous Prototype - Quality Samhongsa Construction and Finish - Smooth Runner

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

3795.00

 

Union Pacific TTT-4
Class 2-10-2 Santa Fe Type

Road No. 5033

U.S. Hobbies


 

Mike Hill Collection - Brass Import - Kleinschmidt Drive - Professional Custom Paint

Prototype Description - Union Pacific TTT-4 Class 2-10-2 Santa Fe Type - Road No. 5033 - 10 Locomotives Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works - Delivered in October of 1920 - Road Nos. 5033-5039 - Extended Smokebox - Class 12C Tender - Used in Heavy Freight Service - Retired in 1956
Model Overview - U.S. Hobbies O Scale Brass Import - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint
Model Condition - Excellent - Some Run Time
Model Features - Late 1930’s Detailing - Basic Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - High Mounted Headlight - 63” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Boiler Tube Pilot - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps - Delta Type B Trailing Truck - 12,000 Gallon Vanderbilt Coal Tender - Andrews Leaf Spring Tender Trucks - Tender Backup Light
Finish - Professional Custom Paint - Bernie Beedy - UP Early Scheme - Black Boiler and Tender - Light Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Lettering - Aluminum Lettering - Road No. 5033
Weathering - Medium Weathering
Mechanism - Can Motor - Kleinschmidt Custom Drive - Scale Working Couplers on Pilot and Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - A Very Nice Presentation of an Earlier Union Pacific Freight Locomotive - An Excellent Operating Model - A Somewhat Scarce U.S. Hobbies Model

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

2595.00

 

Wabash Class P1 Semi-Streamlined
4-6-4 Hudson

Road No. 704

Scratch Built Brass Model

Ed Spanknoble

 

Mike Hill Collection - Ed Spanknoble Scratch Built Brass Model - Lobaugh Drive - Custom Painted

Prototype Description - Wabash Class P1 Semi-Streamlined 4-6-4 Hudson - Road No. 704 - Five Locomotives Rebuilt by the Wabash Decatur Shops in 1943-1944 From K-5 Class Mikados Built by the American Locomotive Company in 1925 - Road Nos. 700-704.  Two Additional Hudsons Rebuilt in 1946-1947 - Road Nos. 705-706 - The P1s Were Semi-Streamlined and Were Equipped With Smoke Lifters, Stack Fairings, Running Board Skirts, Box Pox Drivers, and Roller Bearings - The Locomotives Were Painted Blue and Were Operated in Wabash Passenger Service Until They Were Retired in 1956
Model Overview - Ed Spanknoble Scratch Built O Scale Brass Model - Custom Painted
Model Condition - Like New - Minimal Run Time
Model Features - Wabash Class P1 Hudson - Semi-Streamlined - Postwar Detailing - No Cab Interior or Backhead Detail - Cab Window Shades - Hinged Deck Plate - Smoke Lifters - Stack Fairing - Running Board Skirts - Worthington Feedwater Heater - Pyle National Headlight w/Visor - Two Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Pilot Deck - Commonwealth Cast Pilot - 80” Box Pox Drivers - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Roller Bearing Rods - Locomotive Brake Shoes - 12,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender - Four Wheel Bettendorf Tender Trucks w/Leaf Springs - Basic Tender Brake Detail
Finish - Custom Painted - Ed Spanknoble - Medium Blue Boiler, Mechanism, and Tender - Light Gray Side Skirts - Light Gray Band on Tender - Red Striping - Black Smokebox Front - Oxide Red Cab Roof - Crew - Coal Load
Lettering - Blue Lettering - Wabash Flag Heralds on Smoke Lifters - Road No. 704
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Open Frame Motor - Lobaugh Drive - Enclosed Gearbox - Scale Coupler on Tender - Very Good Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Constant Directional Lighting
Box and Packaging - No Original Box - No Original Foam - No Original Packaging - Box Condition: Replacement Box
Model Summary - An Excellent Model of a Famous Wabash Prototype - An Earlier Scratch Built Model - Recently Rebuilt - Clean Construction and Excellent Overall Presentation - A Unique One of a Kind Model

Listing Date - September 14, 2019
Photographs - Available Upon Request

5895.00

 


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