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May 29, 2020
 
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Model

Description

Canadian National

Canadian National Class K5a 4-6-4 Hudson

Road No.
5702

Scratch Built
Brass Model By
Darryl Townsend

$1,895.00

Canadian National Class K5a 4-6-4 Hudson - Road No. 5702

Model Overview
Mike Hill Collection - Scratch Built O Scale Brass Model by Darryl Townsend - Modified Weaver Tender - KTM Drive - Town Models Serial No. 094 - Custom Painted - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History

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 1960s - Road No. 5702 is Preserved and is on Display by the Canadian Railroad Historical Association
Prototype Design
Semi-Streamlined - Enclosed Cab - Running Board Side Skirts - Lagged Firebox - Front End Throttle - Boiler Tube Pilot - 80 In. Spoke Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Single Bearing Crossheads - 11,700 Gallon Vanderbilt Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks

Model Condition
Like New - Some Run Time - Replacement Box - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B6 (Replacement Box)
Model Description
Scratch Built Locomotive and Modified Tender to Reflect the Prototype - Built by Master Craftsman Darryl Townsend - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Custom Details 
Model 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 - Gold Lettering - Red Number Plates on Side Skirts - Red and Gold Rectangular Angled Canadian National Herald on Tender Coal Bunker Sides - Road No. 5702 - Cab Window Glazing - Crew - Coal Load
Model
Electronics
DC Analog - Lights
Model Mechanism
Can Motor - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
A Unique Model of a Classic Canadian Prototype - Earlier Construction Techniques and Drive - A Distinctive One of a Kind Locomotive

Canadian Pacific

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

Road No. 2853

Custom Modified
Brass Model By Darryl Townsend

$2,195.00

Canadian Pacific Class H1d Streamlined Royal Hudson 4-6-4 - Road No. 2853

Model Overview
Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Weaver Models O Scale Brass Import By Darryl Townsend - 1995 Run - Korea - Kleinschmidt Drive - Professional Custom Paint - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
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-1960s
Prototype Design
Enclosed Cab - Flanged Dual Stack - Sheet Metal Streamlined Pilot - Single Cross Compound Air Pump - 75 In. Spoke Drivers - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Single Bearing Crossheads - 12,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Like New - Very Minimal Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description - Weaver Model Modified to Prototype Dimensions by Darryl Townsend - Converted to Coal Burner - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Basic Tender Underframe Detail - Custom Modifications: Boiler Modified to Correct Dimensions - Frame Extensions - Whistle Enclosure - Flanged Dual Stack Housing - Tender Converted to Coal
Model 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 - Gold Lettering - Canadian Pacific Beaver Herald on Cab Sides - Road No. 2853 - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Lights

Model Mechanism
Kleinschmidt Custom Drive w/KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Pittman Can Motor - Kadee Couplers on Pilot and Tender - Exceptional Running Characteristics
Model Summary
Excellent Representation of the Prototype CP Royal Hudson - Well Executed Modifications to Improve the As Built Weaver Model - Extremely Nice Presentation of a Famous Canadian Prototype Model

Chicago & North Western

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

Road No.
3029

Scratch Built
17/64 Inch Scale

$3,295.00

Chicago & North Western Class H 4-8-4 Northern - Road No. 3029

Model Overview
Mike Hill Collection - Custom Built Brass Model - 17/64 Inch Scale - Upgraded Detailing - Custom Drive - Custom Painted - Excellent Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
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 - Used in Chicago-Omaha Freight Service
Prototype Design
As Built Version - Pre WWII Detailing - 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
Model Condition
Excellent - Minimal Run Time - Replacement Box - Replacement Packaging
Model Description
Complete Scratchbuilt Model - 17/64 Scale - Complete Backhead Detail
Model Finish
Custom Painted - Semi Gloss Black Boiler and Tender - Graphite Smoke Box and Firebox - White Lettering - Red, White, and Black C&NW Herald on Tender Sides and Pilot Air Pump Shield - Road No. 3029 - Lightly Weathered - Cab Curtains - Crew
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Headlight - Tender Backup Lights
Model Mechanism
Can Motor - Sprung Drivers - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Runner
Model Summary
A Unique One of a Kind Model - An Excellent Rendition of a Classic Midwestern Prototype

 
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Model

Description

Michigan Central

Michigan Central Lines Class J1c 4-6-4 Hudson

Road No. 8214

Westside Model Company - Custom Modified

$2,895.00
 

Michigan Central Lines Class J1c 4-6-4 Hudson - Road No. 8214

Model Overview
Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Westside Model Company O Scale Brass Import - As Built Michigan Central Class J1c Converted From a WSM Late Run NYC J1e - Model Serial No. 1081 - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint - Like New Condition

Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
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 - Michigan Central Road Nos. 5250-5274 and 8210-8214 - Road Nos. 8210-8214 Were Later Renumbered to New York Central 5355-59 in 1936 - Retired in the Early 1950s - Operated in Heavy Passenger Service
Prototype Design
The Michigan Central - New York Central 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 - 79 In. Spoke Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Standard NYC Hudson 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender w/Water Scoop - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Like New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)
Model Description
As-Built Michigan Central Detailing - Custom Modifications by Tom Harley - Cab Interior Detail - Complete Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Coffin Feedwater Heater - Locomotive Brake Shoes - 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
Model Finish
Professional Custom Paint by Bernie Beedy - As-Delivered Scheme - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox - White Lined Drivers - Green Cab Interior - White NYC System Early Serif Lettering - Etched Builders Plates - Road No. 8214 - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load - Lightly Weathered
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Lights
Model Mechanism
Pittman Can Motor - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
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

New York Central Lines - C.C.C&St.L.

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

$2,795.00

New York Central Lines Class J1e Hudson - Big Four C.C.C&St.L. - Road No. 6620

Model Overview
Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Westside Model Company O Scale Brass Import - As Built Big Four J1e Version - Late Run - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
New York Central System - Big Four C.C.C&St.L. Class J1e Hudson - 10 Locomotives Built by American Locomotive Company - Delivered in 1931 - Road Nos. 6620-6629 - Later Renumbered NYC 5395-5404 - Retired in the Early 1950s - Operated in Heavy Passenger Service
Prototype Description

The Big Four J1e's Incorporated Modifications From the Original NYC J1e Design - These Included Larger Tenders and Worthington Feedwater Heaters - 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
Model Condition
Like New - Test Run - Reboxx Replacement Box - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B6 (Replacement)
Model Description
Custom Modifications by Tom Harley - As-Built Detailing - Cab Interior Detail - Complete Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Custom Modifications Include: Modified Tender w/Extended Water Leg - Addition of Worthington Feedwater Heater w/Attendant Plumbing - Prototype Detail Changes - Sunbeam Headlight
Model 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 - White NYC System Early Serif Lettering - Etched Builders Plates - Road No. 6620 - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Lights
Model Mechanism
Can Motor - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
Exceptional Model of a Significant New York Central System Prototype - Quality Construction - Unique Tender - Stunning Finish - Smooth Runner - A Unique Model

New York Central

New York Central
Class J1c Hudson
4-6-4

Road No.
5356

Westside Model Company - Custom Modified

$3,195.00

New York Central Class J1c Hudson 4-6-4 - Road No. 5356

Model Overview
Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Westside Model Company O Scale Brass Import - New York Central Class J1c Converted From a WSM Late Run NYC J1ePost NYC Renumbering - Serial No. 1066 - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint - Like New Condition

Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
New York Central System Class J1c Hudson 4-6-4 - 30 Locomotives Built by the 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 - Operated in Heavy Passenger Service
Prototype
Design
Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Coffin Feedwater Heater - 79 Spoke Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - NYC Hudson Standard 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender w/Water Scoop and Tender Surge Tank - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Like New - Some Run Time - Original Box - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Custom Modifications by Tom Harley - Later Detailing - Cab Interior Detail - Complete Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Modified Standard NYC Hudson 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender - Added Water Scoop and Custom Built Tender Surge Tank - 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
Model Finish
Professional Custom Paint by Bernie Beedy - Later Scheme - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox - White NYC System Late San-Serif Gothic Lettering - Etched Builders Plates - Road No. 5356 - Cab Window Glazing - Crew - Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Lights
Model Mechanism
Kleinschmidt Custom Drive - Pittman Can Motor - Modified KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
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

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

Road No. 5411

Westside Model Company - Custom Modified

$3,095.00

New York Central Class J3a Hudson  - Late Modernized Version - Road No. 5411

Model Overview
Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Westside Model Company O Scale Brass Import - Late Modernized Version - PT4 Tender - Late Run - KTM Japan - Kleinschmidt Drive - Professional Custom Paint - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
New York Central Class J3a 4-6-4 - Road No. 5411 - Built by the American Locomotive Company - 50 Locomotives Delivered in 1937-1938 - Road Nos. 5405-5454 - The J3as Were the Last Hudsons Built for the NYC - The Class Was Rebuilt Beginning in 1943 With New Tenders and Other Modern Appliances
Prototype Design
Built in the Late 1930's, the NYC J3a's Were 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 1940s - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Worthington Feedwater Heater - 79 Box Pox Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Trailing Truck Booster Engine - 18,000 Gallon PT4 Centipede Coal Tender
Model Condition
Like New - Some Run Time - Original Box - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)
Model Description
Late 1940s Modernized Detailing - Basic Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Custom Modifications Include: New PT-4 Tender - Single Steam Feed Booster Engine - Detail and Piping Changes
Model Finish
Professional Custom Paint by Bernie Beedy - Semi-Gloss Black - White NYC Late San-Serif Gothic Lettering - Road No. 5411 - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load - Medium Weathering
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Lights
Model Mechanism
Kleinschmidt Custom Drive - Pittman Can Motor - Modified KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
Exceptional Model of a Late New York Central J3a - Quality Modifications - Unique Features - A Classic Modernized NYC Hudson

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

Road No. 5414

Max Gray

$2,195.00

New York Central  Class J3a Hudson - Modernized - Road No. 5414

Model Overview
Mike Hill Collection - Custom Modified Max Gray O Scale Brass Import - Road No. 5414 as Modernized - 1964 Run - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
New York Central Class J3a 4-6-4 - Road No. 5414 - Built by the American Locomotive Company - 50 Locomotives Delivered in 1937-1938 - Road Nos. 5405-5454 - The J3as Were the Last Hudsons Built for the NYC - The Class Was Rebuilt Beginning in 1943 With New Tenders and Other Modern Improvements - Retired in the Early 1950s - Operated in Heavy Passenger Service
Prototype Design
J3a Road No. 5414 was Rebuilt in the Mid-1940's - It Received a Dual Sealed Beam Headlight (The Only Hudson So Equipped) and the Addition of a Surge Tank to its Standard Tender - Dual Pilot Mounted Air Pumps - Worthington Feedwater Heater - 79 Box Pox Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Modified 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender With Surge Tank and Water Scoop - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Like New - Minimal Run Time - Replacement Box - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B6 (Replacement)
Model Description
Custom Modifications by Tom Harley - Late 1940s Modernized Detailing - Basic Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Locomotive Brake Shoes - Modified 14,000 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender With Surge Tank and Water Scoop - 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
Model Finish
Professional Custom Paint by Bernie Beedy - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - White NYC Late San-Serif Gothic Lettering - Etched NYC Oval Name Plate - Road No. 5414 - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load - Lightly Weathered
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Lights - Headlight and Tender Backup Lights
Model Mechanism
Can Motor - Max Gray Fabricated Brass Gearbox - Scale Drop Coupler on Locomotive - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Very Good Running Characteristics
Model Summary
Exceptional Model of a Unique Postwar New York Central J3a - Quality Modifications - Unique Features - Tender Surge Tank - Dual Sealed Beam Headlight - Beautiful Finish - A Unique Model

New York Central 
Class NE-2d 2-6-6-2

Road No. 1354

Custom Brass

$3,695.00

New York Central  Class NE-2d 2-6-6-2 - Road No. 1354

Model Overview
Mike Hill Collection - Custom Brass O Scale Brass Import - Catalog No. ST-237-O - Serial No. 32 of 40 - Dai Young Korea - Kleinschmidt Drive - Custom Painted - Excellent Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
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 1950s
Prototype Design
Duplex Stoker Tubes - Low Mounted Headlight on Pilot Deck - 57 Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - 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
Model Condition
Excellent - Some Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Late 1930s Detailing - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Locomotive Brake Shoes
Model Finish
Custom Painted - Black Boiler and Tender - Light Graphite Firebox - White NYC Late San-Serif Gothic Lettering - Road No. 5033 - Coal Load - Heavy Weathering
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Lights
Model Mechanism
Kleinschmidt Custom Drive - Can Motor - Kadee Couplers on Pilot and Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
A Very Nice Presentation of a Unique NYC Articulated Locomotive - An Excellent Operating Model - A Somewhat Scarce Model

 

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