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New York Central

New York Central Class J1e Hudson 4-6-4

Overland Models

$1,895.00

Updated Listing

 

New York Central Class J1e Hudson 4-6-4 - Road No. 5336

Model Overview
New York Central Class J1e Hudson 4-6-4 - Overland Models O Scale Brass Import - Catalog No. 0109/O - Original Version - 2 Rail - 1987 Run - 100 Models Imported - Ajin Precision Korea - Cockerham Drive - Custom Painted - Custom Weathered - Road No. 5336 - Like New Condition
Prototype History
New York Hudson Class J1e 4-6-4 Hudson - 30 Locomotives Built by the American Locomotive Co. Schenectady Works in 1931 - Road Nos. 5315-5344 - This Series of NYC Hudsons Included a Number of Design Changes From Previous Hudson Classes - Modifications and Upgrades Were Made Until the End of the NYC Steam Era - Operated in Heavy NYC Passenger Service
Prototype Description
As Built Detailing - 79” Spoke Drivers - Cast Steel Pilot w/Drop Coupler - Alligator Crossheads - Long Baker Valve Gear - Trailing Truck Booster Engine - BK Stoker - Cast Steel Frame - Roller Bearings - Internal Coffin Feedwater Heater - Standard Rectangular Coal Tender w/ Sprung Six Wheel Commonwealth Trucks - 12,500 Gallon Water Capacity - 24 Ton Coal Capacity - Tender Water Scoop
Model Condition
Like New - Minimal Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: Excellent
Condition Notes
Drive has been Recently Serviced - Finish and Weathering has been Upgraded - Box Shows Some Shelf Wear and Blemishes
Model Description
Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Cab Deckplate - Locomotive Brake Detail - Opening Hatches - Detailed Tender Underframe with Brake System Detail - Stoker Screw Detail
Model Finish
Custom Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox - White Gothic Lettering - Road No. 5336 - Light Weathering - Crew - Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Constant Lighting - Lighted Markers
Model Mechanism
Cockerham Drive - Pittman Can Motor - Die Cast Gearbox - Excellent Runner
Model Summary
An Excellent Model of a Classic New York Central Hudson - Nicely Finished - Light Weathering Depicting a Road Passenger Locomotive Recently Out of the Shop

Photographs Available

New York Central Class K5b Pacific 4-6-2

Sunset Models

$1,225.00

 

New York Central Class K5b Pacific 4-6-2

Model Overview
New York Central Class K5b Pacific 4-6-2 - Sunset Models O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - Brass Construction - Prototypically Detailed - Upgraded Drive - 1979 Run - Samhongsa Korea - New Condition
Prototype History
NYC Class K5b 4-6-2 - Built by American Locomotive Co. in 1926 - Standard Light Passenger Locomotive Class on the New York Central
Prototype Design
79” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Elesco Feedwater Heater - Delta Trailing Truck - Rectangular Coal Tender w/Four Wheel Drop Equalized Commonwealth Trucks
Model Condition
New - Test Run - Excellent Runner - Original Box - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Paperwork - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Late Steam Era Detailing - Cab Interior Detail - Backhead Detail - Road Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender
Model Finish
Unpainted - Very Minimal Tarnish
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Lights
Model Mechanism
Rebuilt Drive - Phil Marcus - Pittman Can Motor - Ball Bearing Gearbox  Excellent Runner
Model Summary
An Excellent Model of Late NYC Steam Passenger Power

Photographs Available

New York Central Class L2a Mohawk 4-8-2

U.S. Hobbies

$1,250.00

 

New York Central Class L2a Mohawk 4-8-2

Model Overview
New York Central Class L2a Mohawk 4-8-2 - U.S. Hobbies O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - Brass Construction - Prototypically Detailed - Upgraded Drive - Serial No. 3638 - KTM Japan - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
NYC Class L2a 4-8-2 - 100 Locomotives Built by American Locomotive Co. in 1926 - Used in NYC Passenger and Freight Service
Prototype Design
69” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Baker Valve Gear - Footboard Pilot - Elesco Feedwater Heater - Delta Trailing Truck - Rectangular Coal Tender w/Six Wheel Commonwealth Trucks
Model Condition
New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)
Model Description
Late Steam Era Detailing - Basic Backhead Detail - Kadee Coupler on Tender 
Model Finish
Unpainted - No Tarnish
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Lights
Model Mechanism
Rebuilt Drive - Pittman Can Motor - Ball Bearing Gearbox - Excellent Runner
Model Summary
An Excellent Model of Late NYC Steam Power

Photographs Available

New York Central Class L2a Mohawk 4-8-2

U.S. Hobbies

$995.00

 

New York Central Class L2a Mohawk 4-8-2

Model Overview
New York Central Class L2a Mohawk 4-8-2 - U.S. Hobbies O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - Brass Construction - Prototypically Detailed - Serial No. 3830 - KTM - Japan - Mint Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
NYC Class L2a 4-8-2 - 100 Locomotives Built by American Locomotive Co. in 1926 - Used in NYC Passenger and Freight Service
Prototype Design
69” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Baker Valve Gear - Footboard Pilot - Elesco Feedwater Heater - Delta Trailing Truck - Rectangular Coal Tender w/Six Wheel Commonwealth Trucks
Model Condition
Mint - Never Unpacked - Never Assembled - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)

Model Description
Late Steam Era Detailing - Basic Backhead Detail - Less Couplers
Model Finish
Unpainted - No Tarnish
Model Electronics
DC Analog - 12 Volt Lighting
Model Mechanism
KTM Open Frame Motor
Model Summary
An Excellent Model of Late NYC Steam Power

Photographs Available

Norfolk & Western

Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2

Kohs & Company

$5,795.00

 

Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2 - Road No. 2171

Model Overview
Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2 - Kohs & Company O Scale Brass Import - Prototypically Equalized Mechanism - 2002 Run - Version 1 - Serial No. 100 of 100 Models Produced - 2 Rail - Sun Jin Models Korea - Factory Painted - Road No. 2171 - New Condition
Model Photographs

Available Upon Request

Prototype History
Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2 - 30 Locomotives in the Class Built by the N&W Roanoke Shops Between 1948 and 1952 - Road Nos. 2171-2200 - The N&W Y6b’s Were the Ultimate Refinement of the Original USRA 2-8-8-2 Compound Mallet Design - Road No. 2171 Was the First Locomotive in the Class and Was Delivered in April of 1948 - It Operated in N&W Heavy Freight Service Until Its Retirement - No. 2171 Was Scrapped in 1970
Prototype Design
Representative of the First N&W Y6b Design Build - Detailing and Tender Design Correct for N&W Prototype Road No. 2171 - No. 2171 Had Some Unique Design Features Not Present On the Remaining Y6b’s - 58 In. Spoke Drivers - Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Either Side of Boiler - Worthington SA-6 Feedwater Heater - Front End Throttle - Automatic Stoker - Lagged Firebox and Smokebox - Class 22-I 22,000 Gallon 27 Ton Riveted Rectangular Coal Tender - Tender Dog House - Buckeye Six Wheel Roller Bearing Tender Trucks
Model Condition
New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Sound Controller - Gloves - Paperwork - Certificate - Extra Parts Bag - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)
Model Description
Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Real Wood Cab Floor - Opening Hatches and Compartments - Prototypically Designed and Attached Running Boards - Cab Deck Plate - Prototypical Frame Detail and Equalization - Complete Locomotive Brake Detail - Detailed Tender Underframe and Brake System - Removable Coal Bunker Extension Insert w/Coal Load - Scale Working Couplers on Locomotive Pilot and Tender
Model Finish
Factory Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Red Cab Window Frames - Real Glass Window Glazing - Removable Factory Coal Load - Dulux Gold Lettering - Road No. 2171 - Tender No. 220140
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Dallee Digital Sound System (DCC Compatible) - Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light - Lighted Markers
Model Mechanism
Twin Pittman Ball-Bearing Can Motors - Fully Equalized Ball Bearing Drive - Scale Operating Couplers on Locomotive and Tender -
Excellent Running Characteristics - Minimal Drive Train Noise

Model Summary
- An Exceptional Model of a Historical U.S. Prototype - Kohs & Co. Special Edition - 8 Models in this Configuration Produced - Extremely Well Detailed - Fully Equalized - Excellent Construction Features

Photographs Available

Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2

Kohs & Company

$5,795.00

 

Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2 - Road No. 2179

Model Overview
Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2 - Kohs & Company O Scale Brass Import - Prototypically Equalized Mechanism - 2002 Run - Version 2 - Serial No. 79 of 100 Models Produced - 2 Rail - Sun Jin Models Korea - Factory Painted - Road No. 2179 - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2 - 30 Locomotives in the Class Built by the N&W Roanoke Shops Between 1948 and 1952 - Road Nos. 2172-2180 - The N&W Y6b’s Were the Ultimate Refinement of the Original USRA 2-8-8-2 Compound Mallet Design - Road No. 2179 Was Delivered in November of 1948 - It Operated in N&W Heavy Freight Service Until Its Retirement - No. 2179 Was Scrapped in 1959
Prototype Design
Representative of the Final N&W Y6b Design Build - 58 In. Spoke Drivers - Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Either Side of Boiler - Worthington SA Feedwater Heater - Front End Throttle - Automatic Stoker - Lagged Firebox and Smokebox - Class 22-I 22,000 Gallon 27 Ton Riveted Rectangular Coal Tender - Tender Dog House - Buckeye Six Wheel Roller Bearing Tender Trucks
Model Condition
New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Sound Controller - Gloves - Paperwork - Certificate - Extra Parts Bag - Box Condition: B10 (New)
Model Description
Detailing and Tender Design Correct for N&W Prototypes Road Nos. 2172-2180 - Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Real Wood Cab Floor - Opening Hatches and Compartments - Prototypically Designed and Attached Running Boards - Cab Deck Plate - Prototypical Frame Detail and Equalization - Complete Locomotive Brake Detail - Detailed Tender Underframe and Brake System - Removable Coal Bunker Extension Insert w/Coal Load - Buckeye Six Wheel Roller Bearing Tender Trucks - Scale Working Couplers on Locomotive Pilot and Tender
Model
Finish - Factory Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Red Cab Window Frames - Dulux Gold Lettering - Road No. 2179 - Tender No. 220148 - Real Glass Window Glazing - Removable Factory Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Dallee Digital Sound System (DCC Compatible) - Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light - Lighted Markers
Model Mechanism
Twin Pittman Ball-Bearing Can Motors - Fully Equalized Ball Bearing Drive - Excellent Running Characteristics - Minimal Drive Train Noise
Model Summary
An Exceptional Model of a Historical U.S. Prototype - Kohs & Co. Special Edition - Extremely Well Detailed - Fully Equalized - Excellent Construction Features

Photographs Available

Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2

Kohs & Company

$5,795.00

 

Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2 - Road No. 2200

Model Overview
Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2 - Kohs & Company O Scale Brass Import - Prototypically Equalized Mechanism - 2002 Run - Version 5 - Serial No. 12 of 100 Models Produced - 2 Rail - Sun Jin Models Korea - Factory Painted - Road No. 2200 - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Norfolk & Western Class Y6b 2-8-8-2 - 30 Locomotives in the Class Built by the N&W Roanoke Shops Between 1948 and 1952 - Road Nos. 2172-2180 - The N&W Y6b’s Were the Ultimate Refinement of the Original USRA 2-8-8-2 Compound Mallet Design - Road No. 2200 Was the Final Locomotive in the Class and Was Delivered in April of 1952 - It Operated in N&W Heavy Freight Service Until Its Retirement - No. 2200 Was Scrapped in 1960
Prototype Design
Detailing and Tender Design Representative of N&W Prototypes Road Nos. 2197-2200 - 58 In. Spoke Drivers - Baker Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Either Side of Boiler - Worthington SA Feedwater Heater - Front End Throttle - Automatic Stoker - Lagged Firebox and Smokebox - Class 22-I 22,000 Gallon 27 Ton Riveted Rectangular Coal Tender - Tender Dog House - Buckeye Six Wheel Roller Bearing Tender Trucks
Model Condition
New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Sound Controller - Gloves - Paperwork - Certificate - Extra Parts Bag - Box Condition: B10 (New)
Model Description
Detailing and Tender Design Correct for N&W Prototypes Road Nos. 2197-2200 - Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Real Wood Cab Floor - Opening Hatches and Compartments - Prototypically Designed and Attached Running Boards - Cab Deck Plate - Prototypical Frame Detail and Equalization - Complete Locomotive Brake Detail - Detailed Tender Underframe and Brake System - Removable Coal Bunker Extension Insert w/Coal Load - Buckeye Six Wheel Roller Bearing Tender Trucks - Scale Working Couplers on Locomotive Pilot and Tender
Model
Finish - Factory Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Red Cab Window Frames - Dulux Gold Lettering - Road No. 2200 - Tender No. 220180 - Real Glass Window Glazing - Removable Factory Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Dallee Digital Sound System (DCC Compatible) - Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light - Lighted Markers
Model Mechanism
Twin Pittman Ball-Bearing Can Motors - Fully Equalized Ball Bearing Drive - Excellent Running Characteristics - Minimal Drive Train Noise
Model Summary
An Exceptional Model of a Historical U.S. Prototype - Extremely Well Detailed - Fully Equalized - Excellent Construction Features - The Last N&W Y6b

Photographs Available

Norfolk & Western Auxiliary Water Tender

Kohs & Company

$850.00


 

Norfolk & Western Auxiliary Water Tender - Road No. 160202

Model Overview
Norfolk & Western Auxiliary Water Tender - Kohs & Company O Scale Brass Import - 2002 Run - Serial No. 94 of 100 Models Produced - 2 Rail - Sun Jin Models Korea - Factory Painted - Mint Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Norfolk & Western Auxiliary Water Tender - Used on Class Y6a, Y6b and Class A Locomotives to Extend Operational Range Between Water Stops - Built by the N&W Roanoke Shops - Applied in the Late 1950’s Along With Increased Tender Coal Capacities to Enhance the Operating Efficiency of Their Large Articulated Locomotives
Prototype Design
Riveted Superstructure
Model Condition
Mint - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B10 (New)
Model Description
Opening Hatches - Detailed Tender Underframe and Brake System Detail - Buckeye Six Wheel Roller Bearing Tender Trucks - Scale Working Couplers
Model Finish

Factory Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Dulux Gold Lettering - Road No. 160202
Model Electronics
Constant Directional Lighting - Tender Backup Lights
Summary
An Exceptional Model Produced to Complement the Kohs & Co. N&W Y6a and Y6b Locomotive Models - Excellent Construction Features - Mint Condition - An Unique Model of an N&W Auxiliary Tender Used Towards the Latter Part of Steam Operations

Photographs Available

This Model Is Available to Purchase Only With the Kohs & Co. N&W Class Y6b No. 2171 or With Kohs & Co. N&W Class Y6b No. 2179

Norfolk & Western Auxiliary Water Tender

Kohs & Company

$850.00


 

Norfolk & Western Auxiliary Water Tender - Road No. 160238

Model Overview
Norfolk & Western Auxiliary Water Tender - Kohs & Company O Scale Brass Import - 2002 Run - Serial No. 24 of 100 Models Produced - 2 Rail - Sun Jin Models Korea - Factory Painted - Mint Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Norfolk & Western Auxiliary Water Tender - Used on Class Y6a, Y6b and Class A Locomotives to Extend Operational Range Between Water Stops - Built by the N&W Roanoke Shops - Applied in the Late 1950’s Along With Increased Tender Coal Capacities to Enhance the Operating Efficiency of Their Large Articulated Locomotives
Prototype Design
Riveted Superstructure
Model Condition
Mint - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B10 (New)
Model Description
Opening Hatches - Detailed Tender Underframe and Brake System Detail - Buckeye Six Wheel Roller Bearing Tender Trucks - Scale Working Couplers
Model Finish

Factory Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Dulux Gold Lettering - Road No. 160238
Model Electronics
Constant Directional Lighting - Tender Backup Lights
Summary
An Exceptional Model Produced to Complement the Kohs & Co. N&W Y6a and Y6b Locomotive Models - Excellent Construction Features - Mint Condition - An Unique Model of an N&W Auxiliary Tender Used Towards the Latter Part of Steam Operations

Photographs Available

This Model Is Available to Purchase Only With the Kohs & Co. N&W Class Y6b No. 2200

Northern Pacific

Northern Pacific Class Z5 Yellowstone 2-8-8-4

Precision Scale

$3,095.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Northern Pacific Class Z5 Yellowstone 2-8-8-4 - Road No. 5011

Model Overview
Northern Pacific Class Z5 Yellowstone 2-8-8-4 - Precision Scale O Scale Brass Import - Catalog No. 16765-1 - 2000 Run - Korea - Rebuilt Version - Upgraded Mechanism - Factory Painted - Road No. 5011 - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Northern Pacific Class Z-5 2-8-8-4 Yellowstone - Rebuilt Version - Eleven Locomotives Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works - Delivered in 1930 - Road Nos. 5001-5011 - Retired in the Mid-1950’s - Design Incorporated an Exceptionally Large Firebox to Burn Locally Available Low Grade Coal - Operated in Heavy Freight Service on the Yellowstone Division in Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota
Prototype Design
Original Detailing - Cast Steel Pilot - Twin Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Smokebox Front - Front End Throttle - 63 In. Spoke Drivers - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Auxiliary Sandbox Mounted on Pilot Deck - Automatic Stoker - 21,200 Gallon Welded Rectangular Coal Tender - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks w/Brake Rigging Detail - Tender Doghouse
Model Condition
Like New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Paperwork - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Real Wood Cab Floor - Cab Curtains - Cab Deck Plate - Opening Hatches - Working Stoker Tube - Cast Steel Pilot - Smoke Box Interior Detail - Full Locomotive Brake System Detail - Detailed Tender Underframe
Model Finish
Factory Painted - Semi-Gloss Black Boiler - Black Mechanism and Tender - Graphite Smokebox - Oxide Red Cab Roof - White Lettering - Road No. 5011 - Cab Window Glazing
Model Electronics
DC Analog - 12 Volt Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light - Lighted Markers - Lighted Cab Interior - Lighted Doghouse
Model Mechanism
Upgraded Drive - Can Motor - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
An Excellent Model of One of the Largest Locomotives on the Northern Pacific - Upgraded Drive

Photographs Available

 
Railroads - P to R
 

Model

Description

Pennsylvania Railroad

Pennsylvania Railroad Class M1a 4-8-2
Mountain - Prewar Version

Overland Models

$1,895.00 
 

 

Pennsylvania Railroad Class M1a 4-8-2 Mountain - Prewar Version

Model Overview
Pennsylvania Railroad Class M1a 4-8-2 Mountain - Overland Models O Scale Brass Import - Prewar Version - 1996 Run - Ajin Precision Korea - Unpainted - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
PRR M1a - 50 Locomotives Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1930 - Road Nos. 6700-6749 - 50 Additional M1a’s Built by the Lima Locomotive Works and Pennsy’s Juniata Shops Were Delivered the Same Year - The Locomotives Were Largely Operated in Heavy Freight Service Between Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Columbus Ohio - They Were Retired and Scrapped in the Late 1950’s
Prototype Design
PRR M1a - Road Nos. 6700-6749 - Freight Configuration - 72” Spoke Drivers - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Belpaire Firebox - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on the Fireman’s Side of the Boiler - Standard Prewar Headlight - Circular Number Plate Power Reverse - Air Tank Mounted on Pilot Deck - Footboard Pilot - Under Cab Stoker Engine - Kiesel Trailing Truck - PRR Claw Type Markers - PRR Class 210F75 Riveted Rectangular Coal Tender - Tender Doghouse - 22,000 Gallon Water Capacity - 31 Ton Coal Capacity - Tender Doghouse - Tender Water Scoop - Six Wheel Sprung Buckeye Roller Bearing Tender Trucks
Model Condition
New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bags - Boiler Weight (Not Installed) - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Prewar Detailing - Circa 1941 - Freight Configuration - Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Opening Cab Windows - Hinged Deck Plate - Driver Brake Shoes and Brake Levers - Kiesel Trailing Truck - Opening Tender Hatches - Tender Coal Bunker Detail - Detailed Tender Underframe and Brake System - Scale Coupler on Pilot
Model Finish
Unpainted - No Tarnish - Prewar PRR Steam Decals Included
Model Electronics
DC Analog
Model Mechanism
Can Motor - Die Cast Gearbox - Sprung Drivers - Reversing Valve Gear - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
The Overland M1a is the Best Model of the Classic PRR Mountain Ever Imported - Extensively Detailed - Beautiful Construction

Photographs Available

Pennsylvania Railroad Class Q2 Duplex 4-4-6-4

Westside Model Company

$1,195.00 
 

Pennsylvania Railroad Class Q2 Duplex 4-4-6-4

Model Overview
Pennsylvania Railroad Class Q2 Duplex 4-4-6-4 -
Westside Model Company O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - Prototypically Detailed - KTM Japan - Unpainted - New Condition
Photographs
Available Upon Request
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rototype History
PRR 4-4-6-4 Duplex Steam Locomotive - 25 Locomotives Built in 1944-1945 by the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Altoona Shops - Road Numbers 6131, 6175-6199 - Largest Non-Articulated Steam Locomotives Ever Built - PRR Class 180F84 Welded Rectangular Coal Tender - Retired in 1951
P
rototype Design
Semi-Streamlined Design - Twin Cylinders - Rigid Frame - 69” Box Pox Drivers - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Cross Compound Air Pumps - Worthington FWH - Postwar PRR Front end Detailing - Solid Pilot - PRR Class 180F94 Welded Rectangular Coal Tender w/Eight Wheel Tender Trucks - No Antenna - Tender Doghouse
Model Condition
New - Test Run
- Original Box - Original Packaging - Box Condition B8 (Excellent)
Model Features
Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Eight Wheel Roller Bearing Tender Trucks - Scale Coupler on Pilot
Model Finish
Unpainted - No Tarnish
Model Electronics
DC Analog - 12 Volt Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light
Model Mechanism
Can Motor  - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Excellent Runner
Summary
Excellent Example of Late Japanese O Scale Brass Production - An Impressive Model

Photographs Available

Pennsylvania Railroad Class Q2 Duplex 4-4-6-4

Sunset 3rd Rail

$875.00 
 

Pennsylvania Railroad Class Q2 Duplex 4-4-6-4 - Road No. 6184

Model Overview
Pennsylvania Railroad Class Q2 Duplex 4-4-6-4 - Sunset 3rd Rail
O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - Prototypically Detailed - Custom Painted - Korea - Excellent Condition
Photographs
Click On The Link Or The Thumbnail Below
PRR Class Q2 4-4-6-4 Duplex - Road No. 6184

P
rototype History
PRR 4-4-6-4 Duplex Steam Locomotive - 25 Locomotives Built in 1944-1945 by the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Altoona Shops - Road Numbers 6131, 6175-6199 - Largest Non-Articulated Steam Locomotives Ever Built - PRR Class 180F84 Welded Rectangular Coal Tender - Retired in 1951
P
rototype Design
Semi-Streamlined Design - Twin Cylinders - Rigid Frame - 69” Box Pox Drivers - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Cross Compound Air Pumps - Worthington FWH - Postwar PRR Front end Detailing - Solid Pilot - PRR Class 180F94 Welded Rectangular Coal Tender w/Eight Wheel Tender Trucks - No Antenna - Tender Doghouse
Model Condition
Excellent - Minimal Run
Time - Original Box - Original Packaging - Box Condition B9 (Like New)
Model Features
Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Eight Wheel Roller Bearing Tender Trucks - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender
Model Finish
Factory Painted - Brunswick Green - Graphite Smokebox - Oxide Red Cab Roof and Tender Deck - Gold Lettering - Red Keystone on Smokebox Front - Road No. 6184
Model Electronics
DC Analog - 12 Volt Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light
Model Mechanism
Can Motor - Excellent Runner
Summary
Excellent Example of Late Japanese O Scale Brass Production - An Impressive Model

Photographs Available

 
Railroads - S to Z
 

Model

Description

Southern Pacific

Southern Pacific Class M-4 Mogul 2-6-0

Precision Scale

$1,325.00

 

Southern Pacific Class M-4 Mogul 2-6-0

Model Overview
Southern Pacific Class M-4 Mogul 2-6-0 - Precision Scale O Scale Brass Import - Catalog No. 15681 - 2 Rail - D&D Models Korea - Unpainted - New Condition
Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Southern Pacific Class M-4 2-6-0 Mogul - 155 Locomotives Built by Alco Schenectady and Cooke Between 1899 and the mid 1920’s - Allocated to the Southern Pacific, Texas & New Orleans, and Other Subsidiary Lines - Representative of Road Numbers 410-459 and 1615-1719 - Last Locomotives Retired in the Late 1940’s
Prototype Design
Late Southern Pacific M-4 Detailing - Steel Cab - 63” Spoke Drivers - Inward Canted Cylinders - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Slide Valves - Working Stephenson Valve Gear - Cross Compound Air Pump - Lifting Injectors - Combined Footboard and Boiler Tube Road Pilot - 63” Spoke Drivers - Stephenson Valve Gear - Later Rebuilt and Superheated - Class 70-C-1 7000 Gallon Oil Cylindrical Vanderbilt Tender
Model Condition
New - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bags - Box Condition B9 (Like New)
Model Description
Cab Interior Detail - Backhead Detail - Cab Deckplate - Working Doors and Hatches - SP Class 70-C-1 7000 Gallon Vanderbilt Oil Tender w/Four Wheel Andrews Leaf Spring Tender Trucks - Full Tender Underframe and Brake System Detail
Model Finish
Unpainted - No Tarnish
Model Electronics
DC Analog
Model Mechanism
Can Motor - Die Cast Gearbox - Tuned Drive - Excellent Runner
Model Summary
An Excellent Model of a Classic Southern Pacific Light Freight Locomotive

Photographs Available

Southern Railway

Southern Railway Class PS4 4-6-2 Pacific

Custom Built

$950.00

 

Southern Railway Class PS4 4-6-2 Pacific - Road No. 1404

Model Overview
Southern Railway Class PS4 4-6-2 - Custom Built O Scale Brass Model - 2 Rail - Custom Painted - Excellent - USA
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Southern Railway Class PS4 4-6-2 - 64 Locomotives Built Between 1923 and 1928 To the Southern Railway and its two Subsidiaries, the Alabama Great Southern Railroad and the Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway - Road Numbers 1366-1409 Assigned to the SRR, Road Numbers 6684-6691 Assigned to the AGS, and Road Numbers 6471-6482 Assigned to the CNO&TP - Built in Three Orders by the American Locomotive Company and the Baldwin Locomotive Works.  Assigned to the System’s Name Passenger Trains Through WWII - Retirement Began After the War and Most Locomotives Were Out of Service by 1948 - Road No. 1401 Powered the FDR Funeral Train and is Preserved in the Smithsonian Institution
Prototype Design
The SRR PS4 design was based on the USRA Heavy Pacific - The Primary Design Difference was the use of Smaller 73 In. Drivers - There Were Design Changes Across the Three Orders With Respect to Feedwater Heaters, Valve Gear, and Tender Size - Coal Fired - 73” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Walschaerts/Baker Valve Gear - Elesco/Worthington FWH - Boiler Tube Pilot - Cross Compound Air Pump Mounted on Fireman’s Side of the Boiler - Visored Pyle National headlight - Single Sand Dome -Bell Mounted on Top of Boiler Front -  Hodges Trailing Truck - Rectangular Riveted Oil Tender w/Either Six Wheel Commonwealth or Four Wheel Tender Trucks Depending on Tender Size - All Locomotives Painted in SRR Green and Black Scheme w/Gold Lettering and Striping
Model Condition
Excellent - Some Run Time - Replacement Box - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B6 (Replacement)
Model Description
Nicely Detailed Custom Built Brass Model - Constructed Using Scratch Built and Commercial Components - Machined Frame - Detailed Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Elesco FWH - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Driver Brake Shoes - Cut Levers - 14,000 Gallon Large SRR Tender w/Six Wheel Commonwealth Trucks - Tender Walkway - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Model Finish
Custom Painted - SRR Green Boiler and Tender - Black Mechanism - Light Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Oxide Red Cab Roof  - Bronze Gold Lettering and Striping - Road No. 1404 - Cab Window Glazing - Cab Curtains - Tender Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Headlight
Model Mechanism
Custom Drive - Machined Mechanism - Open Frame Motor - Cast Non-Operating Couplers on Pilot and Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
Although this is an Earlier Scratch Built Model, it Compares Favorably to an O Scale Brass Import - The  Workmanship is Excellent - With Walschaerts Valve Gear, the Model is a Different Version than Other PS4 Models that have been Commercially Offered - Overall the Model Presents and Runs Nicely - This is a Great Operating Piece With an Excellent Finish

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Geared & Logging Locomotives
 

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1800's Locomotives
 

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Pennsylvania Railroad

Pennsylvania Railroad Class D6a 4-4-0

SMR Trains

$1,695.00

Pennsylvania Railroad Class D6a 4-4-0 - Road No. 956

Model Overview
Pennsylvania Railroad Class D6a 4-4-0 - SMR Trains O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - 2012 Run - Serial No. 7 of 28 Models - Dana Models Korea - Factory Painted - Road No. 956 - Mint Condition
Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Pennsylvania Railroad Class D6a 4-4-0 - One of Seven Locomotives Converted From the Original Class D6 Locomotives Built by the Railroad’s Altoona Shops from 1881-1883.  Modifications Included New Drivers, a Larger Firebox, and Other Upgrades - Used in High Speed Passenger Service Between New York and Philadelphia
Prototype Design
Inside Frame - 72 Inch Drivers - Large Firebox - Single Steam Dome - Straight Stack - Box Style Oil Headlight - Westinghouse Air Brakes - Stephenson Valve Gear - Wood Pilot - Rectangular Coal Tender with Four Wheel Arch Bar Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Mint - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bags - Paperwork - Certificate - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)
Model Description
Prototypically Detailed and Finished Per the PRR Prototype Circa 1883 - Inside Frame - Cab Interior Detail - 72 In. Spoke Drivers - Working Stephenson Valve Gear - Scale Link & Pin Couplers -
Model Finish
Factory Painted and Finished - Russian Iron Boiler - Black Cab, Smokebox, Stack Cap, Pilot, Cylinders, Main Frame, and Tender Body - Gray Cab Roof and Tender Deck - Gold Pinstriping on Driver Spokes, Wheelsets, and Cab - Dark Red Cab Window Frames - Polished Aluminum Cylinder Covers - Aluminum Running Board Striping - Aluminum Handrails - Brass Details - Red, White, and Gold Tender Striping - Black Tender Trucks - Gold Lettering - Road No. 956 - Window Glazing - Factory Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - NEC DCC Decoder Included (Not Installed) - Headlight
Model
Mechanism
Motor and Drive in Locomotive - Pittman Can Motor - Excellent Runner
Model
Summary - A Very Unique Model - Exquisite Factory Paint - Beautiful Color Scheme

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Steam Locomotive Tenders

 

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Pennsylvania Railroad

Pennsylvania Railroad Class 110P75a Tender

Precision Scale

$335.00

Pennsylvania Railroad Class 110P75a Tender

Model Overview
Pennsylvania Railroad Class 110P75a Tender - Precision Scale O Scale Brass Import - 1988 Run - W/Antenna - D&D Models Korea - Unpainted - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Pennsylvania Railroad Class 110P75a Tender - Riveted Tender Used Behind Modernized PRR K4s 4-8-2 Locomotives in the Postwar Era - Circa 1946 - Mid 1950’s
Prototype Design
Original PRR Tender Design Updated for Postwar Operation - 11,300 Gallon Water Capacity - 43,600 Pounds Coal Capacity - PRR Trainfone Antenna and Receivers - Large Water Hatch at Rear of Tender Deck - PRR “Claw” Style Markers Lights and Backup Light - Water Scoop - Four Wheel Kiesel Tender Trucks
Model Condition
New - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Late Steam Era Detailing - Punched Rivet Detail - Detailed Underframe and Brake System - Detailed Coal Bunker - Full Trainfone System w/Antenna - Tender Deck Lift Rings and Water Drains - Water Scoop - Steam Connection - Air Hose
Model Finish
Unpainted - No Tarnish
Model Trucks & Couplers
PRR Four Wheel Kiesel Tender Trucks w/Opening Journal Boxes - Less Couplers
Model Summary
The Most Accurate Import of this Class of PRR Tender - Imported As Part of the Precision Scale PRR K4s 4-6-2 Run in 1988

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