Product Gallery: 2-8-0

Manufacturer:Precision Scale Co
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:(undecorated)
Road Number:360
Prototype Class:C-21
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Also produced as road number 361.
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Manufacturer:Rex Engineering
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:(undecorated)
Product Type:Scratch-built
Here is a one-of-a-kind Rex engine, a prototype/pilot model, it never got in production. It was built by John Sudimak using existing parts from production engines fitted together to make what could have been the next reasonable addition to this locomotive line.
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model owned by John Sudimak
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1980
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Frank Titman did a product review on this kit in the November 1980 Railroad Model Craftsman issue. In it he mentioned that the kit was available for the UP, SP, MP, B&O, C&O, NYC, Nickel Plate, and the B&M, all using the same basic model with only the external details differing. The appropriate tenders were available separately as kits.
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Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Manufacturer ID:01791
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
Produced as follows:
SHS #01051: AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01071: DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01091: DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01751: AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01771: DCC, sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01791: DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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model owned by Eric Hopkins
photo © Eric Hopkins
Manufacturer:The Nord Co.
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1948
Product Type:Kit
Made of heavy brass construction, with some parts being castings. These kits were released in four parts. A customer had to buy part 1 (first section of the locomotive), then later part 2 (the rest of the locomotive), followed by part 3 (the drive train) and part 4 (the tender) before all of the kit was accumulated to actually build the model. The model did not run well.
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model owned by Jack Sudimak
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Manufacturer ID:01754
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Road Number:2512
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
Produced as follows:
SHS #01054 and #01055: AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01074 and #01075: DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01094 and #01095: DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01754 and #01755: AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01774 and #01775: DCC, sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01794 and #01795: DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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photo © (S-Helper Service stock photo)
Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Manufacturer ID:01072
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
The main photo by Brooks is a stock B&O engine with slight weathering applied.

Produced as follows:
SHS #01052 and #01053 (both red roof), and #01583 (black roof): AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01072 and #01073 (both red roof), and #01584 (black roof): DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01092 and #01093 (both red roof), and #01585 (black roof): DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01752 and #01753 (both red roof), and #01586 (black roof): AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01772 and #01773 (both red roof), and #01587 (black roof): DCC, sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01792 and #01793 (both red roof), and #01588 (black roof): DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.

Also produced separate tenders:
SHS #01805: 10a tender with hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01806: 10a tender with code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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model owned by Brooks Stover
photo © Brooks Stover
Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Manufacturer ID:01056
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Chicago & North Western (CNW)
Road Number:1905
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
Produced as follows:
SHS #01056 and #01057: AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01076 and #01077: DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01096 and #01097: DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01756 and #01757: AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01776 and #01777: DCC, sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01796 and #01797: DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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photo © (S-Helper Service stock photo)
Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1708
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Colorado & Southern
Road Number:60
Prototype Class:B-4C
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
80 models built by M.S. Models of Korea. Models arrived unpainted.
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Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1709
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Colorado & Southern
Road Number:71
Prototype Class:B-4E
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
80 models built by M.S. Models of Korea. Models arrived unpainted.
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Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1710
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Colorado & Southern
Road Number:74
Prototype Class:B-4F
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
100 models built by M.S. Models of Korea. Models arrived unpainted.
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Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1722
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Colorado & Southern
Road Number:70
Prototype Class:B-4D
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
70 models built by M.S. Models of Korea. Models arrived unpainted. Oil-burner.
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Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1723
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Colorado & Southern
Road Number:69
Prototype Class:B-4D
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
50 models built by M.S. Models of Korea. Models arrived unpainted. With Ridgway spark arrestors.
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Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1724
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Colorado & Southern
Road Number:65
Prototype Class:B-4D
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
50 models built by M.S. Models of Korea. Models arrived unpainted. With Ridgway spark arrestors.
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Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Colorado & Southern
Road Number:74
Model Introduced:2007
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
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
Online Article:visit site
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
Online Article:visit site
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
Online Article:visit site
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: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:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:223
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1976
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Positively reviewed by Randolph Brown and Tony Koester in the December 1977 issue of Railroad Model Craftsman (a few criticisms are listed there). PFM worked with Tomalco to import this model. It represents a model in the last years of these Consolidations. This was the very first brass Sn3 locomotive. 500 unpainted models were manufactured by Nakamura. Another run of 75 models was done in 1981.
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Manufacturer:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:346
Prototype Class:C-19
Model Introduced:1982
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
No two C-19 engines were the alike. #346 had ringed domes and a paneled cab, in its "before wrecked" condition. The model uses NWSL running gear. 100 models were manufactured by SKI.
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photo © (Pacific Fast Mail ad)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L115
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:223
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Assembled mechanicals. Style up to 1923.
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photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L116
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:271
Prototype Class:C-16
Prototype Era:1923
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Assembled mechanicals. Modern style after 1923.
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photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L117
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:419
Prototype Class:C-17
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
The original C-17, style up to 1923. The second photo shows a slightly different angle.
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Photo #2
photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L119
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:319
Prototype Class:C-18
Prototype Era:1917
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Assembled mechanicals. Originally a Florence & Cripple Creek engine, and then later the D&RGW, this is a modern style (after 1917).
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photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:Tomalco
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:278
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1968
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
100 models were manufactured with the motor in the boiler by Pacific Fast Mail for Tomalco.
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Manufacturer:Tomalco
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:278
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1968
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
50 models were manufactured with the motor in the tender by Pacific Fast Mail for Tomalco. This was the early production run, which was typically how these engines were manufactured back then.
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Manufacturer:Tomalco
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Prototype Class:C-16
Model Introduced:1968
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn42
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Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L111
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:East Broad Top
Road Number:7
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Scrapped as PRR #9669 in 1931.
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Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L112
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:East Tennessee & Western North Carolina (ET&WCN)
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
With extended smokebox and capped stack. The second photo is of the Florence & Cripple Creek #12.
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Photo #2
photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Manufacturer ID:01058
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Erie Railroad
Road Number:2102
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
Produced as follows:
SHS #01058 and #01059: AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01078 and #01079: DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01098 and #01099: DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01758 and #01759: AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01778 and #01779: DCC, sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01798 and #01799: DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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photo © (S-Helper Service stock photo)
Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Manufacturer ID:01060
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Maine Central (MEC)
Road Number:519
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
Produced as follows:
SHS #01060 and #01061: AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01080 and #01081: DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01100 and #01101: DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01760 and #01761: AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01780 and #01788: DCC, sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01700 and #01701: DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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photo © (S-Helper Service stock photo)
Manufacturer:B.T.S. (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:06101
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Maryland & Pennsylvania
Road Number:41
Prototype Era:1914-1957
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Also available as a semi-kit (06201). Ma & Pa #41 was built in 1914 and retired in 1957. Ma & Pa #42 was identical to #41, until 1929 when it was modified. If you model prior to 1929, you could buy either of these B.T.S. models; if you model post-1929, you could buy B.T.S. 06104 for #42. Re-run in 2007.
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photo © (B.T.S. stock photo)
Manufacturer:B.T.S. (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:06102
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Maryland & Pennsylvania
Road Number:43
Prototype Era:1925-1956
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Also available as a semi-kit (06202). Ma & Pa #43 was built by Baldwin in 1925 and retired in 1956. Re-run in 2007.
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Manufacturer:B.T.S. (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:06104
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Maryland & Pennsylvania
Road Number:42
Prototype Era:1929-1952
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Also available as a semi-kit (06204). Ma & Pa #42 was built just like EBT #41, but in 1929 it was changed. This B.T.S. model represents the locomotive after 1929. It was retired in 1952. Re-run in 2007.
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photo © (B.T.S. stock photo)
Manufacturer:Kemtron
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Maryland & Pennsylvania
Product Type:Scratch-built
Kemtron was a brass parts manufacturer in California who produced the parts to build this S-scale 2-8-0, but the parts were never combined into a complete kit. A modeler that took advantage of these parts was Howard Phillips of Akron, Ohio, who in the 1960s built this S-scale model.
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Photo #2
model owned by Jack Sudimak
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
Manufacturer:Omnicon Scale Models
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Missouri Pacific (MP)
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Brass
This was Omnicon's first locomotive. It was manufactured by Samhongsa in Korea. This model was specifically based on the Missouri Pacific. However, it was generic enough to allow the modeler to enhance it to fit certain other prototypes. The main photo shows Bob's model painted for the SOO Line. Photo #2 is by Andy Malette of his reworked model. Andy built a new tender for it, put on a K-3 specific cab, built a new pilot, rebuilt the smokebox front, re-detailed the boiler, added new engine truck, and made the Stephenson valve gear. Since the drivers on this model are spaced as per the prototype, it could mean that the flanges may hit each other and some minor filing-down of the flanges may be required. This is especially noticeable when running this engine on somewhat tighter curves. The mechanism was available separately in 1985.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bob Werre
photo © Bob Werre
Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
Produced as follows:
SHS #01062 and #01063: AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01082 and #01083: DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01102 and #01103: DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01762 and #01763: AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01782 and #01783: DCC, sound, code 110 wheels (see photos).
SHS #01702 and #01703: DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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Photo #2
model owned by Ken Garber
photo © Ken Garber
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L113
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Pacific Coast Railway
Road Number:106
Prototype Era:1904-1943
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Oil burner. Assembled mechanicals. California narrow gauge railroads. The model is based on the Baldwin engines that were built in 1904-6, with the last one scrapped in 1943.
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photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:Lehigh Valley Models
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Reading (RDG)
Road Number:2005
Prototype Class:I10sa
Model Introduced:1977
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Online Article:visit site
Built by Frank Titman. Some parts were American Flyer and the rest are mostly SSLS brass parts and drive. In 1983 Frank started offering these are ready-to-run models (as opposed to the original kits).
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model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Lane
Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1703
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Reading (RDG)
Road Number:1601
Prototype Class:I8
Model Introduced:1988
Product Type:Brass
Camelback consolidation. Built by M.S. Models of Korea. Photo #2, taken by Bill Winans, is of the same model but showing the other side.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Lane
Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1711
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:74
Prototype Class:B-4F
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
60 models were built by M.S. Models of Korea. Arrived unpainted.
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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: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
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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: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:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:40
Prototype Class:C-19
Model Introduced:1983
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
No two C-19 engines were the alike. #40 had ringed and round domes with a converted box headlight and a single pump. The model uses NWSL running gear. Unpainted.
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Manufacturer:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:41
Prototype Class:C-19
Model Introduced:1983
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
No two C-19 engines were the alike. #41 had round domes, early Pyle headlight and generator, a plated-over cab, and a high tender. The model uses NWSL running gear. Manufactured by SKI, Korea. Unpainted.
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photo © (Pacific Fast Mail ad)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L118
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:42
Prototype Class:C-17
Prototype Era:1923
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
RGS' only C-17, modern style after 1923.
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Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L120
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Prototype Class:C-19
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Assembled mechanicals. Style up to 1923.
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Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L121
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Prototype Class:C-19
Prototype Era:1923
Model Introduced:1995
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Assembled mechanicals, but available in kit or ready-to-run (originally; now they are only sold in kit form). Modern style after 1923.
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Manufacturer:Miniature Machine
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Sierra Railroad
Road Number:18
Model Introduced:1985
Product Type:Brass
The model uses code 110 wheels manufactured to the NMRA RP-4 standards. The locomotive was all brass with a resin tender/frame. This was a "spartan" locomotive where the buyer had to add all of the detail parts to the basic engine. It did come ready-to-run and was painted gold. The prototype for this model was the Sierra Railroad #18, a 1906 Baldwin that served as the Sierra's second movie engine until retired in 1953. There were 20 models produced by Miniature Machine. This particular model was bought by Bob from the Jack Troxell estate.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-S14
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Brass
With the C-70 short tender.
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model owned by Brian Jackson
photo © Brian Jackson
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Manufacturer ID:SWM-S15
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Brass
With the C-90 long tender.
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model owned by Brian Jackson
photo © Brian Jackson
Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Manufacturer ID:01064
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Southern Railway (SOU)
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
Produced as follows:
SHS #01064 and #01065: AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01084 and #01085: DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01104 and #01105: DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01764 and #01765: AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01784 and #01785: DCC, sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01704 and #01705: DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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photo © (S-Helper Service stock photo)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L114
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Uintah Railway
Road Number:12
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Assembled mechanicals. The model is the Uintah Railway's engine which was an ex-Florence & Cripple Creek engine #12.
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Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Union Pacific (UP)
Road Number:6236
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
Produced as follows:
SHS #01066 and #01067: AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01086 and #01087: DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01106 and #01107: DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01766 and #01767: AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01786 and #01787: DCC, sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01706 and #01707: DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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model owned by Roger Nulton
photo © Roger Nulton
Manufacturer:SouthWind Models
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Union Pacific (UP)
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Brass
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model owned by Bob Werre
photo © Bob Werre
Manufacturer:S-Helper Service
Manufacturer ID:01068
Category:2-8-0
Road Name:Western Maryland
Road Number:762
Model Introduced:2003
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Supplemental:product documentation
Produced as follows:
SHS #01068 and #01069: AC/DC, LM sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01088 and #01089: DCC, sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01108 and #01109: DC, no sound, hi-rail wheels.
SHS #01768 and #01769: AC/DC, LM sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01788 and #01789: DCC, sound, code 110 wheels.
SHS #01708 and #01709: DC, no sound, code 110 wheels.
The Supplemental links are to the Instruction Manuals; the first one is for the DC-LM version, while the second one is for the DCC version. The third one are notes about how to disassemble the model.
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photo © (S-Helper Service stock photo)

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