Brass Models by P-B-L

Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Colorado & Southern
Road Number:74
Model Introduced:2007
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
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Also produced as road numbers 75, 76, and RGS #74. Class B-4-F. Manufactured by Boo Rim, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:206
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1904 version. 35 models were manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. Offered unpainted, factory-painted, and "foreground" model.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:223
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Manufactured by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea. Available factory-painted, "foreground" model, and with or without DCC factory-installed.
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photo © (P-B-L stock photo)
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:268
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1904 version. 29 models were manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:271
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1930s-1940s version. 31 models (unpainted, factory-painted, "foreground") were manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. Another run was done in 2005 by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:278
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1904 version. A full-page photo of #278 and #268 Bumble Bee running together on Bob Kuchar's Sn3 layout can be seen on page 66/67 of the September 1996 issue of Model Railroader magazine. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:318
Prototype Class:C-18
Model Introduced:1984
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
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Also produced as road numbers 315, 316, and 319. Model Railroader magazine did a product review of these engines in their August 1985 issue. The reviewer (Jim Hediger) mentioned the models have "a fineness of detail that is remarkable". The models dimensions matched the prototype's. The models are made of etched and formed brass with lost-wax detail castings and brass wire piping. All of the drivers are sprung, with the middle two having no flanges. They were tested at running at 2 smph at 2.6 volts, up to 27 smph at 12 volts. The model, with tender, weighs 17 ounces, can handle down to a 24-inch radius curve, and can pull 3 ounces without slipping (about 40 free-rolling cars). They are very smooth runners. The original box included enginemen, coupler draft-gear boxes, backup light, and thinfilm decals. The models arrived unpainted, as shown in Photo #2. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. Another run was done in 2005 by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:340
Prototype Class:C-19
Model Introduced:1983
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
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Also imported at the same time were #345 and #346. These have a Maxon "Amax" motor. #40 (modeled as it was in 1940), #41 (modeled as it was in 1941), and #341 (modeled as it was in 1939) were advertised by P-B-L in the October 1988 issue of Model Railroader magazine. Photo #2 shows the original unpainted model. Both this run and the other one done in 2001 were manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. The 2001 run was also available as factory-painted, and as "foreground" model. Prototype info: #340 started its career as #400. It was sold by the D&RGW to Knotts Berry Farm in 1952, where it is still preserved.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:360
Prototype Class:C-21
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
These outside-frame engines were also available with road number 361. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. Available unpainted, factory-painted, and "foreground" version.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:375
Prototype Class:C-25
Model Introduced:1994
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Outside-frame engine. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. This model was offered in the following versions (unpainted, factory-painted, or "foreground"): 1920s, early 1930s, late 1930s, early 1940s, late 1940s. Reportedly one option was the Crystal River RR paint scheme.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:302
Prototype Class:C-17
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
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Note that the model shown in the photo has been re-lettered for Bill's private road. Manufactured by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea. Available unpainted, factory-painted, and "foreground" (with and without DCC).
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:40
Prototype Class:C-19
Model Introduced:1988
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1930s and 1940s versions. Another run was done in 2001. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground".
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:41
Prototype Class:C-19
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1930s and 1940s versions. Another run was done in 2001. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground".
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:268
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1940s version. 50 models were manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:268
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1950s Bumble Bee version. A full-page photo of #278 and #268 Bumble Bee running together on Bob Kuchar's Sn3 layout can be seen on page 66/67 of the September 1996 issue of Model Railroader magazine. 90 models were manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. Another 75 models were produced in 1989, and yet another run was done in 2005 by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:268
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1930s version. Two models were manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:278
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1930s version. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. Another run was done in 2005 by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:278
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1940s version. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. Another run was done in 2005 by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:42
Prototype Class:C-17
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Available in the 1939-1941 version, mid-1940s version, late-1940s version, and the 1950s version. Another run of the 1930s and the 1940s versions was done in 2005 (available factory-painted-and-lettered, "foreground" with or without DCC/sound).
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:464
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1993
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1940s version. 48 models were manufactured.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:452
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1993
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Available in the 1930s and 1940s version.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:461
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1981
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
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75 models were manufactured in 1980. Both the 1930s and the 1940s models were manufactured in 1989. The 1930s version was again manufactured in 1999. In 2003 another run of both versions were manufactured. In the June 2011 issue of the NASG's The Dispatch (page 11), Dave Heine reviews this model, and provides some historical information about the prototype K-27. Also P-B-L has an article about this engine on their web site. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:470
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1930s and 1940s versions were manufactured.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:481
Model Introduced:1983
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Also road number 487.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:483
Prototype Class:K-36
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Both the 1930s and 1940s versions were imported in 1987 and again in 1995. They were available unpainted (see Photo #2), factory-painted, and as "foreground" models. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Prototype Class:K-37
Model Introduced:1980
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
P-B-L's first imported Sn3 locomotive. 120 models were manufactured.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:455
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1993
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
The "after the wreck rebuilt" version. Another run was done in 2003. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground".
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:453
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1940s version. Available unpainted, and factory-painted and lettered using C-D-S dry transfers.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:454
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Available in the 1930s and 1940s version. In the June 2011 issue of the NASG's The Dispatch (page 11), Dave Heine reviews this model, and provides some historical information about the prototype K-27.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:455
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
The 1939-41 version. Available unpainted, and factory-painted and lettered using C-D-S dry transfers. In the June 2011 issue of the NASG's The Dispatch (page 11), Dave Heine reviews this model, and provides some historical information about the prototype K-27.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:456
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Available in the 1930s and 1940s version. In the June 2011 issue of the NASG's The Dispatch (page 11), Dave Heine reviews this model, and provides some historical information about the prototype K-27. Another run was done in 2003. 30 models were built by Samhongsa in Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:458
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
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Available in the 1930s and 1940s version. 16 each were manufactured.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:459
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Available in the 1930s and 1940s version. 40 models were manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:460
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
The 1930s version. 31 models were manufactured.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:462
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1940s version. 24 models were imported.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:463
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1981
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
75 models were imported in 1981. The 1940s version was again imported in 1993 (108 models) and 1999 (38 models). In 2003 the 1930s and 1940s versions were imported. In the June 2011 issue of the NASG's The Dispatch (page 11), Dave Heine reviews this model, and provides some historical information about the prototype K-27.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:471
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1930s and 1940s versions were manufactured.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:472
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1930s and 1940s versions were manufactured.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:473
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:1988
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
The 1940s version was manufactured in 1988. A subsequent run in 2003 produced the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s ("Bumble Bee") versions.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:474
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
The 1930s and 1940s versions were imported.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:475
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
The 1930s and 1940s versions were imported.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:476
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:1988
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
The 1930s and 1940s versions were imported both in 1988 and again in 2003. A photo of #476 running on Bob Kuchar's Sn3 layout can be seen on page 81 of the April 1996 issue of Model Railroader magazine. The link to the video is of Bob Helm's D&RGW Silverton Branch layout (with Tsunami DCC, the 2003 run). Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:477
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
The 1930s and 1940s versions were imported.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:478
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:1988
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
The 1930s and 1940s versions were imported in 1988 and again in 2003.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:479
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
The 1930s and 1940s versions were imported.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:484
Prototype Class:K-36
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Both the 1930s and 1940s versions were imported. They were available unpainted, factory-painted, and as "foreground" models. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:485
Prototype Class:K-36
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1940s version. They were available unpainted, factory-painted, and as "foreground" models. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:488
Prototype Class:K-36
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1940s version. They were available unpainted, factory-painted, and as "foreground" models. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:489
Prototype Class:K-36
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
1940s version. They were available unpainted, factory-painted, and as "foreground" models. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:492
Prototype Class:K-37
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Both the 1930s and the 1940s versions were imported.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:497
Prototype Class:K-37
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1940s version.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:499
Prototype Class:K-37
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1949 version.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:490
Prototype Class:K-37
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Both the 1930s and the 1940s versions were imported.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:455
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
The "before the wreck rebuilt" version. Another run was done in 1993, and again in 2003. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground".
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:455
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1989
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Another run was done in 1999. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground".
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:461
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1940s version. Factory-painted and lettered. Only one model was so produced.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:174
Prototype Class:T-12
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Also available with road number #168 and 169. Manufactured by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea. The were available unpainted, factory-painted, and as "foreground" models (with and without DCC & sound).
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photo © (P-B-L stock photo)
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:20
Prototype Class:T-19
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1930s and 1940s versions available, in either unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Another run was done in 1998. Photo #2 is by Bill Winans, whose model has been modified for his private road name (provides a side profile view). Follow the Online Article link to see the model as produced by P-B-L.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:18
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
P-B-L imported 50 models. Available in either unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Road number 18 has the outside valve gear.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:8
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
P-B-L imported 50 each of #8 and #9. Available in either unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Paul back-dated his model.
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model owned by Paul Washburn
photo © Paul Washburn
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:22
Prototype Class:T-19
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1930s version, available in either unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Another run was done in 1998.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:25
Prototype Class:T-19
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1930s version, available in either unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Another run was done in 1998.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L (click for web site)
Category:Climax
Road Name:The Pacific Lumber Co.
Road Number:33
Model Introduced:2014
Product Type:Brass
70-ton, Class C, three-truck. Bob applied the decals and the engine is currently awaiting its turn to be weathered by Bob. These models were actually modeled after the prototype engine in Willits, California. This model is available in both narrow- and standard gauge.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L (click for web site)
Category:Climax
Road Name:The Pacific Lumber Co.
Road Number:38
Model Introduced:2014
Product Type:Brass
60-ton, Class B. Factory-weathered. DCC with sound, includes working headlights, cab lights, and firebox lights. DC version was also produced. The model in the photos is standard gauge, but a narrow gauge version was also produced.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Heisler
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:2
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Manufactured by Samhongsa. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground".
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Heisler
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:3
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Manufactured by Samhongsa. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground".
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Industrial Switcher
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:50
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Available unpainted (100 units) and factory-painted-and-lettered (200 units, available with road numbers 51 and 52 as well). Here's another video of a model with sound installed.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Motor Car
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:2
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Produced in both Pierce Arrow and Wayne bus body versions (the latter in either as-built or excursion version, which had windows in what was the freight compartment). Built by Samhongsa Company, Seoul, Korea. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Available in the "transition" and the 1940s version.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Motor Car
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:4
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Produced in both Pierce Arrow and Wayne bus body versions (the latter in either as-built or excursion version, which had windows in what was the freight compartment). Built by Samhongsa Company, Seoul, Korea. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Available in the 1930s and the 1940s version.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Motor Car
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:5
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Produced in both Pierce Arrow and Wayne bus body versions (the latter in either as-built or excursion version, which had windows in what was the freight compartment). Built by Samhongsa Company, Seoul, Korea. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Available in the 1930s and the 1940s version. Another run, that included the 1930s and the "transition" versions, was done in 1996.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Motor Car
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:6
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Work Goose. Built by Samhongsa Company, Seoul, Korea. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground", only for the "transition" version.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Motor Car
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:7
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Produced in both Pierce Arrow and Wayne bus body versions (the latter in either as-built or excursion version, which had windows in what was the freight compartment). Built by Samhongsa Company, Seoul, Korea. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Available in the 1930s and the the "transition" versions.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Motor Car
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:3
Model Introduced:1991
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Produced in both Pierce Arrow and Wayne bus body versions (the latter in either as-built or excursion version, which had windows in what was the freight compartment). Built by Samhongsa Company, Seoul, Korea. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Available in the 1930s and the 1940s version.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L (click for web site)
Category:Shay
Road Name:Michigan-California Lumber
Road Number:2
Prototype Class:A
Model Introduced:2000
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
1940s model of a two-truck Shay, T-boiler. Manufactured by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea. Available in unpainted, factory-painted, and "foreground" versions.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L (click for web site)
Category:Shay
Road Name:New Mexico Lumber Company
Model Introduced:2013
Product Type:Brass
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The standard gauge version. These have Faulhaber MicroMo motors. Manufactured by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea.
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model owned by Dave Heine
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L (click for web site)
Category:Shay
Road Name:New Mexico Lumber Company
Road Number:7
Model Introduced:1981
Product Type:Brass
Online Article:visit site
The standard gauge version. 25 models were produced.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L (click for web site)
Category:Shay
Road Name:New Mexico Lumber Company
Road Number:7
Model Introduced:2013
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
This is the one for the New Mexico Lumber company #7. These have Faulhaber MicroMo motors. Manufactured by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea.
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model owned by Dave Heine
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Shay
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:10
Model Introduced:1992
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
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Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". A total of 75 models were manufactured.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Shay
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:12
Model Introduced:1983
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
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There is a product review in the February 1984 issue of
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Shay
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:14
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Available with road numbers 7 (40 manufactured), 14 (51 manufactured), and 15 (74 manufactured). They were factory-painted and weathered, use real glass for the windows. A "foreground" version (20 of each road number) was available which includes sound.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Shay
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:17
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Shay
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:5
Model Introduced:2007
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Also produced as road number 6. Manufactured by Boo-Rim, Seoul, Korea.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Shay
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:7
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". A total of 60 models were manufactured. The "foreground" models had lights, sound, and a special Chama-grown pine wood boxes.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Shay
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:8
Model Introduced:1993
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". A total of 65 models were manufactured.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Shay
Road Name:Westside Lumber Co.
Road Number:9
Model Introduced:1993
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". A total of 60 models were manufactured.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:Shay
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:2000
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
The Shay was available in four types, each either unpainted, painted, "foreground" which included DCC with sound: coal, oil, plantation, and wood.
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