RETURN TO O SCALE

 

November 15, 2019

Electric Locomotives

Model

Importer

Description

  Price

Pennsylvania Railroad Class DD-1 Electric

 

Max Gray

 

Prototype Description - Pennsylvania Railroad Class DD-1 Electric Locomotive - Sixty-Six Boxcab Electric Locomotives Built by the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Altoona Works in 1909 to 1911 - Road Nos. 3932-3999 - Operated in Two Unit Coupled Pairs in the New York Electrified Zone of the PRR When First Built - Later Many Were Transferred to the Long Island Railroad - 4-4-0 Wheel Arrangement - Direct Current Motor Power Transferred By Jackshafts and Coupling Rods to 72 In. Drivers - Retired in the Early 1950’s - Units 3936 and 3937 Preserved at the Pennsylvania Museum
Model Overview - Max Gray O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - 1962 Run - Limited Edition - Toby Japan - Unpainted
Model Condition - New - No Run Time
Model Features - Two Units - As Built Detailing - Operating Small Roof Pantographs - Turned Roof Components - Cast Pilots - 72 In. Spoke Drivers - Spoke Pilot Wheels - Operating Jack Shafts - Simulated Third Rail Pickups On Pilot Trucks - Factory Window Glazing
Finish - Unpainted - Brass Patina and Slight Tarnish
Lettering - None
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Both Units Powered - Open Frame Motors - Prototypical Drive Train - Power Conveyed Through Scale Jack Shafts - Less Couplers - Original Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Dual 12 Volt Headlights
Box and Packaging - Original Boxes - Original Packaging Materials - Box Condition: B9
Model Summary - Unlike Most Other Max Gray O Scale Models, The PRR DD-1 Was a Limited Edition Release Imported Only In 1962 - Although the Model is Constructed Using Earlier Brass Import Construction Techniques, It Presents an Accurate Depiction of the Prototype - The Max Gray PRR DD-1 is a Relatively Scarce Model - This Particular Model Can Be Graded as Collector Quality, Never Having Been Operated and Complete With Its Original Boxes and Packaging Materials

Listing Date - July 25, 2019
Photographs
- Available Upon Request

 1250.00

Pennsylvania Railroad Class GG1-1 Electric
Futura

Road No. 4801

 

Kohs & Company

 

Prototype Description - Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 Electric Locomotive - 139 Locomotives Built by PRR’s Altoona Works and General Electric Between 1934 and 1943 - 2-C+C-2 Wheel Arrangement - 4620 Continuous Horsepower - GG1 No. 4801 Was Built By General Electric and Was Delivered in May of 1935 - Raymond Loewy Streamlined Welded Carbody Design - 4801 Was Rebuilt in the Early 1940’s For Freight Service - Operated Throughout the Steam and Diesel Eras on Pennsy’s East Coast Electrified Corridor
Model Overview - Kohs & Company O Scale Brass Import - 2000 Run - Serial No. 140 of 150 - SJ Models Korea - One Piece Brass Body Shell - Factory Painted
Model Condition - New - Test Run
Model Features - PRR Specific Detailing - Fixed Couplers - 57 In. Drivers - Remote Controlled Operating Pantographs - Complete Cab Interior Detail - Complete Underbody and Brake Detail - Opening Doors and Hatches - Air and Signal Hoses
Finish - Factory Painted - As Delivered Futura Lettering Scheme - Brunswick Green w/5 Stripes - Brunswick Green Body - Gold Leaf Lettering and Striping - Black Underframe and Mechanism - Real Glass Window Glazing
Lettering - Gold Leaf Futura Lettering - Small Red and Gold Keystone Heralds - Road No. 4801
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Twin Pittman Ball Bearing Can Motors - Twin Flywheels - Fully Equalized Suspension - Minimal Run Time
Electronics - DC Analog - Dallee Electronics Digital Sound System - Directional Constant Lighting
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Sound Controller - Paperwork - Gloves - Box Condition: B9
Summary - Scarce Version of a Historical Pennsylvania Railroad Prototype

Listing Date - July 25, 2019
Photographs
- Available Upon Request

 5195.00

Pennsylvania Railroad Class GG1-1 Electric
Clarendon

Road No. 4928

 

Custom Brass

 

Prototype Description - Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 Electric Locomotive - 139 Locomotives Built by PRR’s Altoona Works and General Electric Between 1934 and 1943 - 2-C+C-2 Wheel Arrangement - 4620 Continuous Horsepower - GG1 No. 4928 Was Built By Altoona Works and Delivered in 1942 - Raymond Loewy Streamlined Welded Carbody Design - Operated Throughout the Steam and Diesel Eras on Pennsy’s East Coast Electrified Corridor
Model Overview - Custom Brass O Scale Brass Import - Catalog No. EL-329-O - Korea - Custom Painted
Model Condition - Like New - Some Run Time
Model Features - PRR Specific Detailing - Fixed Couplers - 57 In. Drivers - Operating Pantographs - Underbody and Brake Detail
Finish - Custom Painted - Clarendon Lettering Scheme - Brunswick Green w/5 Stripes - Brunswick Green Body - Gold Leaf Lettering and Striping - Black Underframe and Mechanism - Window Glazing
Lettering - Gold Leaf Clarendon Lettering - Small Red and Gold Keystone Heralds - Road No. 4928
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Twin Can Motors - Dual Chain Drive - Minimal Run Time
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B7
Summary - Very Nice Rendition of a Historical Pennsylvania Railroad Prototype - Excellent Finish and Presentation

Listing Date - July 25, 2019
Photographs
- Available Upon Request

 1095.00

Pennsylvania Railroad Class P5a Box Cab Electric

 

Overland Models

 

Prototype Description - Pennsylvania Railroad P5a Box Cab Electric - 92 Locomotives Built 1931-1935 By PRR Altoona Works, Westinghouse, and General Electric - Utilized in Passenger and Freight Service - Last Unit Retired in 1965
Model Overview - O Scale Brass Import - Catalog No. 0219 - 1st Run - Ajin Precision Korea - Brass Construction
Model Condition - Very Good - Some Run Time - Missing SOme Mechanism Brake Details
Model Features - PRR Specific Detailing - Operating Pantographs - Cab Interior Detail - Underbody and Brake Detail - Air and Signal Hoses
Finish - Unpainted
Lettering - N/A
Weathering - N/A
Mechanism - Can Motor - Sprung Drivers
Electronics - DC Analog
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - B8
Model Summary - Nice Model of a Common Pennsylvania Railroad Electric Locomotive

Listing Date - February 22, 2018
Photographs
- Available Upon Request

 475.00

Pennsylvania Railroad Class P5a Electric

Modified Streamlined Design

Road No. 4780

 

Sunset 3rd Rail

 

Prototype Description - Pennsylvania Railroad P5a Electric - - Representative of the Final 28 Locomotives Built to the Modified Streamlined Design - Built 1934-1935 By PRR Altoona Works, Westinghouse, and General Electric - Road No. 4780 was the First of the Modified Series Built by Altoona Works in 1934 - Utilized in Passenger and Freight Service - Last Unit Retired in 1965
Model Overview - Sunset 3rd Rail O Scale Brass Import - China - Factory Painted
Model Condition - Like New - Some Run Time
Model Features - PRR Specific Detailing - Operating Pantographs - 72 In. Drivers - Underbody and Brake Detail
Finish - Factory Painted - Brunswick Green - Black Mechanism and Trucks - Black Pantographs - Cab Window Glazing
Lettering - Bronze Gold Futura Lettering - Small Red and Gold Keystone Herald on Cab Sides - Road No. 4780
Weathering - None
Overall Finish - No Noted Flaws
Mechanism - Pittman Can Motor - Flywheel - Sprung Drivers - All Drivers Powered - Less Couplers - Very Good Running Characteristics
Electronics - DC Analog - Lights
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B8
Model Summary - Excellent Model of the First Modified PRR P5a - Futura Lettering - Very Nice Overall Presentation

Listing Date - July 25, 2018
Photographs
- Available Upon Request

 595.00

Virginian Class EL-2B
Two Unit Electric Locomotive

Streamlined Design

Road No. 125

 

Sunset 3rd Rail

 

Prototype Description - Virginian Class EL-2B Two Unit Electric Locomotive - Streamlined Design - (B+B+B+B) + (B+B+B+B) Wheel Arrangement - Four Four Wheel Trucks Per Unit - Four Locomotive Sets Built by General Electric’s Erie Works in 1948 - Road Nos. 125-128 - 6,800 HP - Used on the VGN Electrified Line Between Roanoke, VA and Mullens, WV - Operated in the Steam and Diesel Eras - Retired in 1959 After The VGN-N&W Merger
Model Overview - Sunset 3rd Rail O Scale Ready to Run Model - As Built Version - Configuration and Details Specific Accurate for 1948 to 1958 - 2 Rail - DC/DCC - 2019 Run - China - Factory Decorated
Model Condition - Mint - No Run Time
Model Features -
As Built Detailing - Scaled From Actual VGN Drawings - ABS Superstructures, Brass Working Pantographs - Brass Details - Complete Cab Interior Detail - Prototypical Underframe - Detailed Roof Electrical Components - No Nose or Cab Side Handrails (Added After 1958)
Finish - Factory Decorated - Virginian Blue and Yellow Scheme - Dark Blue Superstructure - Cab Window Glazing
Lettering - Dark Yellow Lettering and Striping - Dark Yellow “Nose Wings” - Road No. 125 (Both Units)
Weathering - None
Mechanism - Can Motor - Kadee Couplers - Units Connected by Drawbar - Excellent Running Characteristics - 48 In. Minimum Radius
Electronics - DC/DCC/Sound Capable - Factory Installed DCC/Sound - QSI “Titan” DCC Sound Decoder - Constant Lighting - Headlights
Box and Packaging - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B10 - Original Shipping Carton
Model Summary - Excellent Model of a Unique Prototype - Well Designed and Constructed - One of Sunset 3rd Rail’s Best Models

Listing Date - September 12, 2019
Photographs
- Available Upon Request

2195.00