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Model

Description

Canadian Pacific

Canadian Pacific Class P-2e Mikado 2-8-2
Unstreamlined

Road No.
5366

Sunset 3rd Rail

$1,025.00

Canadian Pacific Class P-2e Mikado 2-8-2 - Unstreamlined - Road No. 5366

Model Overview
Canadian Pacific Class P-2e Mikado 2-8-2 - Sunset 3rd Rail O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - 2015 Run - 25 Models Produced - China - Factory Painted - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Canadian Pacific Class P-2e 2-8-2 Mikado - Unstreamlined Version - One of 60 Locomotives Built by the Canadian Locomotive Company and Other Builders - Road Numbers 5360-5404 - Used in Both Freight and Passenger Service
Prototype Design
All-Weather Vestibule Cab - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - 63” Spoke Drivers - Alligator Crossheads - Solid Pilot Wheels - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Elesco Feedwater Heater - Cross Compound Air Pump - Headlight Centered on Smokebox Front - Boiler Tube Road Pilot - Rectangular Coal Tender w/Four Wheel Commonwealth Trucks - Extended Tender Coal Boards

Model Condition

Like New - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Paperwork - Box Condition: B9 (Like New) - Original Shipping Box
Model Description
Opening Hatches - Cab Interior Detail - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender
Model Finish
Factory Painted and Finished - Black - Black Smokebox and Firebox - Red Cab Window Frames - Red Details - Cab Window Glazing - Etched Builder’s Plates - Crew - Coal Load - Dulux Gold Lettering - Road No. 5366
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Constant Lighting - Headlight - Lighted Markers
Model
Mechanism
Pittman Can Motor - Flywheel - Die Cast Gearbox -  Excellent Runner
Model Summary
An Excellent and Unique Model - Primary Example of a Common CP Dual Service Locomotive

Chicago Burlington & Quincy

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

Road No.
5629

Sunset 3rd Rail

$1,195.00

Chicago Burlington & Quincy Class O-5b 4-8-4 - Road No. 5629

Model Overview
Chicago Burlington & Quincy Class O-5b 4-8-4 - Road No. 5629 - Sunset 3rd Rail O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - October 2003 Run - Korea - MTH DCS Protosound 3.0 - Factory Painted - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
CB&Q 4-8-4 - 28 Locomotives Built by the West Burlington Shops in 1936 Using Boilers Constructed By the Baldwin Locomotive Works - Originally Coal Fired, Six Locomotives, Including Road No. 5629, Were Later Converted to Burn Oil - The CB&Q O-5’s Were Employed in Heavy Passenger Service - Road No. 5629 is Preserved at the Colorado Railroad Museum in Golden,
Prototype Design
Modern Steam Design - Enclosed Cab - 74” Box Pox Drivers - Disk Main Driver - Roller Bearing Rods - Alligator Crossheads - Long Baker Valve Gear - Solid Steel Pilot w/Drop Coupler - Cross Compound Air Pump Mounted on Engineer’s Side of the Boiler - Power Reverse - Front End Throttle - Worthington Feedwater Heater - Visored Sunbeam Headlight - Bell Mounted on Smokebox Front - Rectangular Riveted Oill Tender 18,000 Gallon Water Capacity - 7,300 Gallon Oil Capacity - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks
Model Condition
New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)
Model Description
Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Opening Hatches - Driver Brake Shoes - Cut Levers - Air Hoses - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Model Finish
Factory Painted - Black Boiler, Cab, Mechanism, and Tender - Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Oxide Red Cab Roof - Red Valve Handles - Gold Lettering - Rectangular Black and Red Herald on Tender - Road No. 5629 - Cab Window and Tender Doghouse Glazing
Model Electronics
MTH Protosound 3.0 System Professionally Installed - Constant Lighting - Headlight - Mars Light - Tender Backup Light - Marker Lights - MTH Protosound
Model Mechanism
Pittman Can Motor - Enclosed Gearbox - Sprung Drivers - Scale Drop Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
This is an Impressive Model of CB&Q’s Premier Steam Passenger Power - MTH Protosound Electronics - Excellent Detailing and Attractive Factory Paint - New Condition

Duluth Missabe & Iron Range

Duluth Missabe & Iron Range Class E5 2-10-4

Road No. 710

Sunset 3rd Rail

$1,495.00

 

Duluth Missabe & Iron Range Class E5 2-10-4 - Road No. 710

Model Overview
Duluth Missabe & Iron Range Colorado Class 2-10-4 - Road No. 710 - Sunset 3rd Rail O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - September 2008 Run - Korea - Factory Painted - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
DM&IR 2-10-4 - Built for the Bessemer & Lake Erie in 1941 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as Class H1E Road No. 631 - Transferred to the DM&IR in 1951 and Numbered 710 - Operated in Heavy Iron Ore Freight Service - Retired and Scrapped in 1961 - The Locomotive Was One of the Largest and Heaviest 2-10-4’s Ever Built
Prototype Design
Modern Steam Design - 64” Spoke Drivers - Disk Main Driver - Roller Bearing Rods - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Lagged Firebox - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Either Side of the Boiler - Front End Throttle - Two Sand Domes - Elesco Non-Lifting Exhaust Steam Injector - Visored Pyle National Headlight - Bell Mounted on Smokebox Front - Rectangular Welded Coal Tender w/Doghouse - 23,000 Gallon Water Capacity - 26 Ton Coal Capacity - Six Wheel Buckeye Tender Trucks
Model Condition
New - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)
Model Description
Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Driver Brake Shoes - Cut Levers - Air Hoses - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Model Finish
Factory Painted - Gray Boiler - Black Mechanism, Cab, Domes, Appliances, Piping, and Tender - Black Graphite Smokebox - White Lettering - Circular DM&IR Herald on Tender - Road No. 710 - Cab Window and Tender Doghouse Glazing - Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Constant Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light - Marker Lights - Tender Factory Configured for Speaker Installation
Model Mechanism
Pittman Can Motor - Enclosed Gearbox - Sprung Drivers - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
This is an Impressive Model of the DM&IR 2-10-4 - Detailing and Attractive Factory Paint - New Condition

Erie Railroad

Erie Railroad Class K5a Heavy Pacific 4-6-2

Road No. 2935

Max Gray

$1,850.00

 

Erie Railroad Class K5a Heavy Pacific 4-6-2 - Road No. 2935

Model Overview
Erie Railroad Class K5a Heavy Pacific 4-6-2 - Max Gray O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - 1962 Run - KTM Japan - Professional Custom Paint - Road No. 2935 - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype Description
Erie Railroad Class K5a 4-6-2 Pacific - 10 Locomotives Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works Delivered in 1923 - Road Nos. 2935-2944 - Upgraded Design of the Erie K5 Class - Assigned to Heavy Passenger Service - Rebuilt in 1941
Prototype Design
Original Design Based on the USRA Heavy Pacific - Later Configuration - Post-1941 Rebuilding Details - Elesco Feedwater Heater - 79 In. Box Pox Drivers - Long Baker Valve Gear - Delta Trailing Truck - Trailing Truck Booster - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Pilot Deck - Boiler Tube Pilot - Riveted 16,500 Gallon Rectangular Coal Tender w/Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Like New - Minimal Run Time - Original Box - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Basic Backhead Detail - Deck Plate- Scale Coupler on Locomotive Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender
Model Finish
Professional Custom Paint - Semi-Glass Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Black Tender - Red Cab Window Frames - White Lined Running Boards, Drivers, and Wheelsets  - Bronze Gold Lettering - White Erie Diamond Herald on Tender - Road No. 2935 - Coal Load - Cab Window Glazing
Model Electronics
DC Analog - 12 Volt Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light - MV Lenses
Mechanism
KTM Open Frame Motor - Original Max Gray Fabricated Gearbox  - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
Somewhat Scarce Model of the Primary Erie Steam Passenger Locomotive - Excellent  Paint and Overall Presentation

 
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Model

Description

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Model

Description

New York Central

New York Central Class J1e Hudson 4-6-4

Road No. 5336
Original Version
Cockerham Drive

Overland Models

$1,725.00

 

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 - Road No. 5336 - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
New York Hudson Class J1e 4-6-4 Hudson - 30 Locomotives Built by the American Locomotive Co. in 1931 - 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 Design
As Built Detailing - Baker Valve Gear - Coffin Feedwater Heater - Cast Steel Frame - Roller Bearings - 79” Spoke Drivers - Cast Steel Pilot w/Drop Coupler - Alligator Crossheads - Trailing Truck Booster - Standard Rectangular Coal Tender w/Six Wheel Commonwealth Trucks - Tender Water Scoop
Model Condition
Like New - Some Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Cab Deckplate  - Locomotive Brake Detail - Opening Hatches - Tender Underframe Detail
Model Finish
Custom Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Dark Graphite Smokebox - White Gothic Lettering - Road No. 5336 - Cab Window Glazing - Crew - Coal Load - Light Weathering
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

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
Photographs
Available Upon Request
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

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

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

New York Central Class L4b 4-8-2 Mohawk

Road No. 3138

U.S. Hobbies

$1,295.00

 

New York Central Class L4b 4-8-2 Mohawk - Road No. 3138

Model Overview
New York Central Class L4b 4-8-2 Mohawk - Road No. 3138 - U.S. Hobbies O Scale Brass Import - Serial No. 3127 - Late Run - KTM Japan - Custom Upgrades - Custom Painted - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
New York Central Class L4b 4-8-2 Mohawk - One of 25 Locomotives Built in 1944 by the Lima Locomotive Works - Road Nos. 3125-3149 - Dual Service Locomotives - Operated in Heavy Freight and Passenger Service - The Last Class of Mohawks Built for the New York Central - Retired Between 1954 and 1957
Prototype Design
Modern Design - Flat “Selkirk” Smoke Box Front - 72” Box Pox Drivers - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Long Baker Valve Gear - Worthington Feedwater Heater - Commonwealth Cast Pilot With Drop Coupler - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Pilot Deck - Front End Throttle - Smoke Lifters - Rectangular Coal Tender With Surge Tank - 15,500 Gallon Water Capacity - 42 Ton Coal Capacity - Six Wheel Commonwealth Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Like New - Very Minimal Run Time - Original Box - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Upgraded Detailing - Original Disk Drivers Replaced With 72 In. Box Pox Drivers Per the Prototype - Upgraded Castings - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Driver Brake Shoes - Cut Levers - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Tender Water Scoop
Model Finish
Custom Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Medium Graphite Smokebox - White Gothic Lettering - NYC Number Plate Under Headlight - Road No. 3138 - Coal Load
Model Electronics
DC Analog - 12 Volt Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light
Model Mechanism
Upgraded KTM Drive - Pittman Can Motor - KTM Die Cast Gearbox - Sprung Drivers - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
An Excellent Upgrade of the U.S Hobbies NYC L4b Mohawk - Distinctive Box Pox Drivers - Upgraded Drive - New details - Very Nice Custom Paint

Nickel Plate Road

Nickel Plate Road Class S2 Berkshire 2-8-4

Road No. 759

U.S. Hobbies

$1,225.00

 

Nickel Plate Road Class S2 Berkshire 2-8-4 - Road No. 759

Model Overview
Nickel Plate Road Class S2 2-8-4 Berkshire - Road No. 759 - U.S. Hobbies O Scale Brass Import - Late Run - KTM Japan - Upgraded Drive - Professional Custom Paint - Professional Weathering - Like New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Nickel Plate Road Class S3 2-8-4 Berkshire - Road No. 759 - One of 15 Locomotives Built for the Nickel Plate in 1944 by the Lima Locomotive Works - Road Nos. 740-769 - Operated in Heavy Freight Service - After its Retirement, No. 759 Was Restored to Operation and Participated in Multiple Excursions in the 1960’s and Early 1970’s.  The Locomotive is Currently on Display in Steamtown in Scranton, Pennsylvania
Prototype Design
Modern Lima “Superpower” Design - 69” Spoke Drivers - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Baker Triangular Valve Gear - Worthington Type 5 SA Feedwater Heater - Franklin Low Water Alarm - Flying Number Boards - Mars Light - Horizontal Bar Pilot - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Pilot Deck - Front End Throttle Riveted Rectangular Coal Tender 22,000 Gallon Water Capacity - 22 Ton Coal Capacity - Six Wheel Plain Bearing Buckeye Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Like New - Some Run Time - Replacement Box - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B6 Replacement)
Model Description
Upgraded Detailing - Circa 1950’s - Basic Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Custom Mars Light Casting - Driver Brake Shoes - Cut Levers - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Cut Levers - Air and Signal Hoses
Model Finish
Professional Custom Paint - Semi-Gloss Black - Medium Graphite Smokebox - Dulux Gold Lettering - Nickel Plate Products Custom Steam Decals - Gothic Lettering - Road No. 759 - Real Glass Cab Window Glazing - Coal Load - Crew - Professional Weathering
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Constant Lighting - LED Headlight - Operating Mars Light - Tender Backup Light
Model Mechanism
Upgraded KTM Drive - Pittman Can Motor - Upgraded KTM Ball Bearing Die Cast Gearbox - Sprung Drivers - Kadee Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Type E Couper on Tender - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
An Attractive Model of a Famous Locomotive as it Appeared During its Operational Life on the Nickel Plate.  Upgraded KTM Drive - Nicely Weathered - Excellent Presentation of a Classic Superpower Berkshire

Norfolk & Western

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

Road No. 2171

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

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

Road No. 2179

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

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

Road No. 2200

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

Norfolk & Western Auxiliary Water Tender

Road No. 160202

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

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

Road No. 160238

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

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

Road No. 5011
Rebuilt
 Version

Precision Scale
Upgraded Drive

$3,195.00


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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
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

 
Railroads - P to R
 

Model

Description

Pennsylvania Railroad

Pennsylvania Railroad Class K4 4-6-2 Early Passenger Version

Road No. 5431

Kohs & Company

$4,995.00 

 

Pennsylvania Railroad Class K4 4-6-2 - Early Passenger Version - Road No. 5431

Model Overview
Pennsylvania Railroad Class K4 4-6-2 - Kohs & Company O Scake Brass Import - Serial No. 52 - 1 of Seven Models of this Version Produced - New Condition
Prototype History
PRR K4s “As Built” Passenger Version
Prototype Design
Spoke Drivers - Fluted Side Rods - Slat Pilot - Original 17” PRR Headlight Location - Top Mounted Steam Generator - Pedestal Style Marker Lights on Pilot - Pedestal Style Class Lights on Smokebox - 110p70 Tender w/o Stoker
Model Condition
New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Sound Controller - Paperwork - Gloves - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)
Model Description
Early PRR K4 Detailing - Full Cab and Backhead Detail - Real Glass Window Glazing - Opening Hatches
Removable Coal Load - Scale Operating Couplers on Locomotive and Tender
Model Finish
Factory Painted - Brunswick Green - Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Oxide Red Tender Deck and Cab Roof - Gold Leaf Lettering   - Decorative Gold Striping - Road No. 5431 - Cab Window Glazing
Model Electronics - Factory Installed Dallee Sound System - Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light - Lighted Markers
Model
Mechanism - Pittman Can Motor - Fully Equalized Ball Bearing Drive  - Excellent Running Characteristics
Model Summary
An Exceptional Model of a Classic PRR Passenger Locomotive - Unique Passenger Paint and Lettering

Pennsylvania Railroad Class K4s Streamlined 4-6-2

Road No. 3768

Weaver Models

$495.00 

 

Pennsylvania Railroad Class K4s Streamlined 4-6-2 - Road No. 3768

Model Overview
Pennsylvania Railroad Class K4 Streamlined Pacific 4-6-2 - Road No. 3768 - Weaver Models O Scale Brass Import - Serial No. 29 of 62 Models Imported - 2 Rail - Korea - Factory Painted - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Pennsylvania Railroad K4 Road No. 3768 - One of 50 Locomotives Built in 1920 by Pennsy’s Juniata Shops - In February of 1936 No. 3768 Was Streamlined Based on a Design by Raymond Loewy.  The Full Locomotive and Tender Shrouding Design Was Verified Through Wind Tunnel Testing.  The Locomotive Was Originally Painted in a Bronze Finish but was Later Refinished in the PRR Standard Dark Green Locomotive Enamel (DGLE - “Brunswick Green”).  The Locomotive was Displayed at the 1939 World’s Fair Became the Preferred Power for the Broadway Limited.  Nicknamed “The Torpedo” - The Streamlined Shroud was Later Removed
Prototype Design
Full Streamlining - 80” Spoke Drivers - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Belpaire Firebox - Streamlined Coal Tender - 18,500 Gallon Water Capacity - 19 Ton Coal Capacity - Six Wheel Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Like New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Certificate - Extra Parts Bag - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
1936 Streamlined Detailing - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Driver Brake Shoes - Kiesel Trailing Truck - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail
Model Finish
Factory Painted - PRR Dark Green Locomotive Enamel (DGLE - “Brunswick Green”) - Black Mechanism, Tender Underframe, and Tender Trucks - Gold Striping - Stainless Steel “Wings” and Handrails - Gold Futura Lettering - Road No. 3768 - Crew
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Constant Lighting - Headlight - Marker Lights - Operating Smoke Unit
Model Mechanism
Pittman Can Motor - Flywheel - Enclosed Gearbox - Sprung Drivers - Excellent Running Characteristics - 72 In. Radius
Model Summary
A Very Nice Model of the Unique “Torpedo” Streamlined Version of the PRR K4 - Excellent Factory Finish

Pennsylvania Railroad Class L1s 2-8-2
Mikado - Prewar Version

Road No. 554

Sunset 3rd Rail

$1,095.00 
 

 

Pennsylvania Railroad Class L1s 2-8-2 Mikado - Prewar Version - Road No. 554

Model Overview
Pennsylvania Railroad Class L1s 2-8-2 Mikado - Road No. 554 - Sunset 3rd Rail O Scale Brass Import - Prewar Version - 2 Rail - 2014 Run - The Philippines - Factory Painted - New Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
PRR L1s - One of 574 Locomotives Built Between 1914 and 1919 Pennsy’s Juniata Shops, The Baldwin Locomotive Works, and Lima Locomotive Works - Over Time, The L1s Class Was Modernized With Mechanical Stokers, Power Reverse Units, and Feedwater Heaters.  Most of the Class Received Modernized Front Ends After WWII.  Road No. 520 is Preserved at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
Prototype Design
Prewar Configuration - 62” Spoke Drivers - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Belpaire Firebox - Standard Prewar Headlight - Power Reverse - Air Tank Mounted on Pilot Deck - Footboard Pilot - Kiesel Trailing Truck - PRR Claw Type Markers - PRR Class 90F75 Riveted Rectangular Coal Tender - 9,700 Gallon Water Capacity - 21 Ton Coal Capacity - Tender Doghouse - Four Wheel Andrews Leaf Spring Tender Trucks
Model Condition
New - Test Run - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Paperwork - Box Condition: B9 (Like New)
Model Description
Prewar Detailing - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Hinged Deck Plate - Driver Brake Shoes - Kiesel Trailing Truck - Opening Tender Hatches - Basic Tender Underframe and Brake Detail - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender
Model Finish
Factory Painted - PRR Dark Green Locomotive Enamel (DGLE - “Brunswick Green”) - Oxide Red Cab Roof and Tender Deck - Black Mechanism and Tender - Red Cab and Doghouse Window Frames - Gold Lettering - Road No. 554 - Etched Number and Builder’s Plates - Cab and Doghouse Window Glazing - Crew - Factory Coal Load
Model Electronics

DC Analog - Constant LED Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light - Marker Lights
Model Mechanism
Mabuchi Can Motor - Flywheel - Enclosed Gearbox - Sprung Drivers - Excellent Running Characteristics

Model Summary
A Very Nice Model of a Classic PRR Medium freight Locomotive - Excellent Factory Finish - Very Nice Detail

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

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
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
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

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

 
Railroads - S to Z
 

Model

Description

Southern Pacific

Southern Pacific Class
F-5 2-10-2

Road No. 3737

Sunset 3rd Rail

$1,050.00
 

 

Southern Pacific Class F-5 2-10-2 - Road No. 3737

Model Overview
Southern Pacific Class F-5 2-10-2 - Sunset 3rd Rail O Scale Brass Import - 2 Rail - 2002 Run - Korea - Factory Painted - Road No. 3737 - Mint Condition
Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Southern Pacific Class F-5 2-10-2 - 46 Locomotives Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works - Delivered in 1923 - Road Nos. 3718-3763 - 5 Additional Locomotives Built in 1924 With Thermic Siphons - Road Nos. 3764-3768 - Operated in Freight Service - Many of the Class Were Transferred to the Texas & New Orleans - Retired Between 1949 and 1956

Prototype Design

Postwar Configuration and Detailing - Detailing Correct for Southern Pacific Prototype Road Nos. 3718-3763 - 63 In. Spoke Drivers Disk Main Driver - Worthington BL Feedwater Heater - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Alligator Crossheads - Number Boards Mounted On Either Side of Stack - Pressed Steel Pilot - Delta Trailing Truck - Class 120-C-4 Vanderbilt Oil Tender - 12,000 Gallon Water Capacity - 400 Gallon Oil Capacity - Commonwealth Six Wheel Tender Trucks
Model Condition
Mint - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bag - Paperwork - Box Condition: B10 (New) - Minor Edge Blemishes
Model Description
Postwar Configuration and Detailing - Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Cab Deck Plate - Driver Brake System Detail - Basic Tender Underbody Detail - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender
Model Finish
Factory Painted - Semi-Gloss Black - Light Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - Bright Silver Smokebox Front - Large Postwar “Southern Pacific” White Lettering - Road No. 3737 - Cab Window Glazing
Model Electronics
DC Analog - 6 Volt Directional Headlight - LED Marker Lights
Model Mechanism

Pittman Can Motor - Die Cast Enclosed Gearbox - Flywheel - Sprung Drivers
- Excellent Running Characteristics - Minimal Drive Train Noise - Requires 60 In. Minimum
Radius

Model Summary
A Well Detailed Model of Significant Southern Pacific Prototype - Classic Southern Pacific Postwar Steam Detailing - Excellent Overall Presentation - Mint Condition

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

Southern Railway

Southern Railway Class PS4 4-6-2 Pacific

Road No. 1404

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

New Listing

Union Pacific

Union Pacific
Challenger 4-6-6-4

Road No.
3976

U.S. Hobbies

$1,895.00

Union Pacific Challenger 4-6-6-4 - Road No. 3976

Model Overview
Union Pacific Challenger 4-6-6-4 - U.S. Hobbies O Scale Brass Import - Late Run - Brass Construction - KTM Japan - Mechanism and Finish Upgrades - Custom Painted and Weathered - Road No. 3976 - Excellent Condition
Model Photographs
Click On The Link Or The Thumbnail Below
Union Pacific 4-6-6-4 No. 3976
Prototype History
Union Pacific Challenger 4-6-6-4 - Late Version - UP Class 4664-4 - Locomotive Built by American Locomotive Company - Delivered in 1943 - Representative of Road Numbers 3975-3999 - Converted to Burn Oil in 1952 - 69” Drivers - Centipede Oil Tender - Scrapped 1959-1961
Prototype Design
Late Postwar Detailing - Oil Fired - 69” Box Pox Drivers - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Centipede Oil Tender
Model Condition
Excellent - Some Run Time - No Original Box - No Original Foam - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B6 (Replacement Box)
Model Description
Basic Backhead Detail - Scale Coupler on Pilot - Kadee Coupler on Tender -
Model Finish
Professional Custom Paint - Black - Light Graphite Smokebox and Firebox - - White Lettering - Road No. 3976 - Cab Window Glazing - Medium-Heavy Professional Weathering
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Constant Lighting - Headlight - Tender Backup Light
Model Mechanism
Pittman Can Motor - Ball Bearing Gearboxes - Excellent Runner
Model Summary
Excellent Model of a Classic UP Prototype - Postwar Oil Burner Detailing - Upgraded Drive - Professional Finish

Western Maryland

Western Maryland
Class K-2 4-6-2 Pacific

Road No. 205

Custom Built
Brass Model

$725.00
 

Western Maryland Class K-2 4-6-2 Pacific - Road No. 205

Model Overview
Western Maryland Class K-2 4-6-2 Pacific - Scratch Built O Scale Model Using Custom Built and Commercial Components - USA - Custom Painted - Excellent Condition
Model Photographs
Available Upon Request
Prototype History
Nine Locomotives Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works and Delivered in 1912 - Road Nos. 201-209 - The Class Was Rebuilt in 1938 to Include Walschaerts Valve Gear and Superheaters - Additional Upgrades Were Applied Over Time - In 1947 Four Locomotives Were Converted to Burn Oil - Road No. 205 Remained a Coal Burner Until Retirement - The Western Maryland K-2 Class of Locomotives Operated Primarily in Coach Passenger Service Until Retirement in the Early 1950’s
Prototype Design
Late Steam Configuration - WM Specific Steam Locomotive Detailing - Steel Cab - Contoured Round Steam Dome - Round Sand Dome - Top Mounted Check Valve - Extended Smoke Box - Sunbeam Headlight - Dual Cross Compound Air Pumps Mounted on Both Sides of the Boiler - Air Reservoirs Mounted on Both Sides of the Boiler - Non-Lifting Injectors - Duplex Stoker - 69 In. Spoke Drivers - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Multiple Bearing Crossheads - Snow Plow Pilot - Hodges Trailing Truck - Rectangular Coal Tender - 8000 Gallons Water Capacity - 14 Ton s Coal Capacity - 4 Wheel Andrews Tender Trucks - Cut Levers - Air Hoses
Model Condition
Excellent - Some Run Time - Original Wood Case - Replacement Packaging - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
Late Detailing - Coal Fired Locomotive Configuration - Scratch Built Boiler and Tender - Scratch Built Details - Brass Castings - All Nation Drivers, Frame, and Mechanism Components Modified Per the Prototype Drawings - Cab Interior Detail - Backhead Detail - Detailed Piping - Cut Levers - Cast Trailing Truck - Riveted Tender - Basic Tender Frame Detail - Equalized Cast Tender Trucks
Model Finish
Custom Painted - WM Late Steam Scheme - Black Boiler, Mechanism, and Tender - Light Graphite Smokebox Front and Firebox - Oxide Red Cab Roof and Tender Deck - Dulux Gold Lettering and Striping - Crew
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Headlight
Model Mechanism
Can Motor - Open All Nation Worm-Gear Design - Cast Operating Couplers on Pilot and Tender - Very Good Running Characteristics
Model Summary
Although This Locomotive is an Older Scratch Built Model, It Is an Excellent Representation of the Prototype Western Maryland Coal Fired K2 Pacific - The Mechanism Uses Older Components, But It Provides a Sound Basis for the Scratch Built Portion of the Model - The Model Has Seen Some Run Time, but has Been Recently Serviced and Tuned.  Overall the Model Is a Unique Implementation of a Classic Western Maryland Prototype that Operated Into the 1950’s - It can Serve as a Basis for Additional Upgrading or Operated As Is

 
Geared & Logging Locomotives
 

Model

Description

Weyerhaeuser Timber Company

Weyerhaeuser Timber Company 2-6-6-2T Baldwin Tank Mallet

Road No. 108

Glacier Park Models

$3,650.00

Weyerhaeuser Timber Company 2-6-6-2T Baldwin Tank Mallet - Road No. 108

Model Overview
Weyerhaeuser Timber Company 2-6-6-2T Baldwin Tank Mallet - Glacier Park Models O Scale Brass Import - GPM Catalog No. 0202 - May 2016 Run - Boo Rim Precision Korea - Factory Painted - Road No. 108 - Mint Condition - Collector Quality
Photographs
Available Upon Request 
Prototype History
Weyerhaeuser Timber Company 2-6-6-2T Baldwin Tank Mallet - Road No. 108 - One of 27 Standard Gauge Tank Mallet Locomotives Built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works For U.S. Logging Railroads.  Built in 1926 for the Potlatch Lumber Company - Delivered as a Coal Burner and Later Converted to Oil.  The Locomotive Was Sold to the Weyerhaeuser Timber Company in 1934 and Numbered 108. It Operated in Elk River, Idaho and Longview, Washington.  No. 108 was Retired from Service in 1959 and is Preserved at the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie, Washington
Prototype Design
Weyerhaeuser No. 108 is a Unique Design With Respect to the Family of Baldwin 2-6-6-2T Tank Mallets.  It Has a Full Saddle Tank and High Mounted Air Tanks - 44 In. Spoke Drivers - Walschaerts Valve Gear - Cross Compound Air Pump - Alligator Crossheads - Cylindrical Spark Arrestor Mounted on Stack - Generator and Headlight Mounted on Smokebox - Footboard Pilots
Model Condition
Mint - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Foam - Original Packaging - Extra Parts Bags - Paperwork - Box Condition: B11 (Mint) - Includes Original Poly Sleeve
Model Description - Detailed as Weyerhaeuser No. 108 Appeared Later in its Operational Life - Circa Late 1940’s to Late 1950’s - Fully Detailed - Complete Cab Interior and Backhead Detail - Driver Brake System Detail - Opening Cab Windows and Cab Hatch
Model Finish -
Factory Painted - Black - Light Graphite Smokebox, Stack, and Firebox - Red Cab Window Frames - White Lettering and Striping - Etched Builder’s Plates - Scale Coupler on Pilots
Model Electronics
DC Analog - Constant Directional Lighting - Headlight
- Backup Light - In-Cab Lighting
Model Mechanism
Can Motor - Enclosed Gearbox - Very Good Running Characteristics
Model Summary
An Exceptional Model of a Unique Prototype in Mint Condition - Collector Quality

 
1800's Locomotives
 

Model

Description

Pennsylvania Railroad

Pennsylvania Railroad Class D6a 4-4-0

Road No. 956

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

 

Steam Locomotive Tenders

 

Model

Description

Louisville & Nashville - Norfolk & Western

Louisville & Nashville
Norfolk & Western Rectangular Coal Tender

U.S. Hobbies

$275.00

Louisville & Nashville - Norfolk & Western Rectangular Coal Tender

Model Overview
Louisville & Nashville - Norfolk & Western Rectangular Coal Tender - U.S Hobbies O Scale Brass Import - KTM Japan - Unpainted - Like New Condition
Model Condition
Like New Condition - No Run Time - Original Box - Original Packaging - Box Condition: B8 (Excellent)
Model Description
L&N Class M-1 2-8-4 Riveted Rectangular Tender - Correct for Original N&W Class A 2-6-6-4 and N&W Class K-1 4-8-2 - Six Wheel Buckeye Trucks - Backup Light
Model Finish
Unpainted - Slight Tarnish
Model Summary
A Nicely Constructed Modern Coal Tender Applicable to Several Prototype Locomotives

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