Product Gallery: 2-8-2

Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1702
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
USRA light Mikado. Manufactured by M.S. Models out of Korea. Sold unpainted. Dick painted his for the New York Central, and added Enhorning decals, MV lenses, and S-scale Kadee couplers. Overland did a 150-piece run of these. The model was reviewed in the February 1992 issue of the 3/16 "S"cale Railroading magazine.
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model owned by Dick Karnes
photo © Dick Karnes
Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1979
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Heavy Mikado.
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model owned by Mike Swederska
photo © Mike Swederska
Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1979
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Light Mikado. The kit was reviewed by Sam Powell in the February 1979 issue of Railroad Model Craftsman starting on page 104. Sam states that these are not trivial kits to build and require a certain amount of ingenuity to complete. The kit's instructions were its greatest weakness, followed by the high gearing ratio.
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Manufacturer:The Nord Co.
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1948
Product Type:Kit
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. The main photo shows the various boxes needed to build the entire engine with tender. The other photos show some of the boxes opened up.
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model owned by Mike Swederska
photo © Mike Swederska
Manufacturer:Lionel
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)
Model Introduced:2004
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Online Article:visit site
USRA Light, hi-rail wheels.
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model owned by Rich Gajnak
photo © Rich Gajnak
Manufacturer:Lionel
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Chesapeake & Ohio
Model Introduced:2004
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
The video shows the engine with a TCS WowSound DCC decoder installed.
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Manufacturer:Lionel (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:6-48060
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Chesapeake & Ohio
Road Number:1068
Model Introduced:2007
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
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photo © (Lionel stock photo)
Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Chesapeake & Ohio
Prototype Class:K-3
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Heavy Mikado that represents road numbers 1210 through 1249. Available with Vanderbilt tenders (up to 1930s) and rectangular tenders (after 1930s).
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Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1730
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:486
Prototype Class:K-36
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Outside-framed Mikado. 50 unpainted and 15 factory-painted models were imported.
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Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1731
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:487
Prototype Class:K-36
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Outside-framed Mikado. 50 unpainted and 15 factory-painted models were imported.
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Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1732
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:488
Prototype Class:K-36
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Outside-framed Mikado. 50 unpainted and 15 factory-painted models were imported.
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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:1984
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Both the 1930s and 1940s versions were imported in 1984 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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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 in 1980, in both the 1930s and the 1940s versions. Another run was done in 1991. Photo #2 shows the "1949" version.
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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: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. Manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. They were available in unpainted, painted, and "foreground" versions. 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.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1981
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Supplemental:product documentation
The 1981 run was manufactured by Samhongsa, Seoul, Korea. The production run was as follows:
#452 1930s version: 32 models.
#452 1940s version: 35 models.
#455 pre-wreck, post-wreck: 37 models.
#463 "90th anniversary": 30 models.
#464 1940s version: 48 models.

The 1986 run 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.

Another run was done in 1989, again in 1999, and another run was done in 2003. These were built by Samhongsa in Seoul, Korea.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan
Manufacturer:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1981
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Outside valve gear. Imported with the help of Tomalco. 75 models were manufactured by SKI.
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Manufacturer:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1981
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Inside valve gear. Imported with the help of Tomalco. 75 models were manufactured by SKI.
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Manufacturer:Sunset Models, Inc.
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:D&RGW
Road Number:470 series
Prototype Class:K-28
Model Introduced:1982
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
100 unpainted models were manufactured by Dong Jin, Korea.
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model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:B.T.S. (click for web site)
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:East Broad Top
Road Number:12
Model Introduced:1999
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Available in kit, semi-kit, and ready-to-run versions. Re-run in 2007.
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model owned by Roy Hoffman
photo © Roy Hoffman
Manufacturer:Oriental Limited
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Great Northern (GN)
Prototype Class:O-8
Model Introduced:2000
Product Type:Brass
Imported in two versions: standard cab and vestibule cab. Painted in "Glacier Park" color scheme. Only 28 models were to be made. (note: I have received a note stating that these were never actually produced; if anyone knows for sure, please contact the webmaster).
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Manufacturer:Lionel (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:6-48036
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Road Number:1849
Model Introduced:2004
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Online Article:visit site
USRA Light, hi-rail wheels.
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model owned by Rich Gajnak
photo © Rich Gajnak
Manufacturer:River Raisin Models
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Prototype Class:H10a
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Brass
These were available painted and unpainted.
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photo © (River Raisin stock photo)
Manufacturer:River Raisin Models
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Prototype Class:H10b
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Brass
These were available painted and unpainted.
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photo © (River Raisin stock photo)
Manufacturer:Lionel (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:6-48053
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Road Number:9628
Model Introduced:2007
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Online Article:visit site
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photo © (Lionel stock photo)
Manufacturer:Omnicon Scale Models
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:L1
Model Introduced:1987
Product Type:Brass
Online Article:visit site
Unpainted model, but modeled after the PRR L1. The second image is from the original Omnicon promotional flyer.
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model owned by Lee Rainey
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:P-B-L
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:456
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1993
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
Another run was done in 2003. Available unpainted, factory-painted-and-lettered, or "foreground". Jim Brown has an article on his personal web site showing how he painted this model (includes disassembly).
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photo © (P-B-L stock photo)
Manufacturer:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:455
Prototype Class:K-27
Model Introduced:1981
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
100 models were manufactured. It represents the post-wreck version.
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Manufacturer:River Raisin Models (click for web site)
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:3249
Prototype Class:MK-5
Model Introduced:2008
Product Type:Brass
120-C-1 tender. The model was manufactured for River Raisin Models by Boo-Rim Precision, Co. in Seoul, Korea.
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model owned by Tom Henderson
photo © Tom Henderson
Manufacturer:River Raisin Models (click for web site)
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:3251
Prototype Class:MK-6
Model Introduced:2008
Product Type:Brass
120-C-2 tender. The model was manufactured for River Raisin Models by Boo-Rim Precision, Co. in Seoul, Korea. Also available unpainted, and painted but not lettered.
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photo © (River Raisin stock photo)
Manufacturer:River Raisin Models (click for web site)
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:3265
Prototype Class:MK-6
Model Introduced:2008
Product Type:Brass
"Whaleback", 120-SC-4, tender. The model was manufactured for River Raisin Models by Boo-Rim Precision, Co. in Seoul, Korea. Also available unpainted, and painted but not lettered.
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photo © (River Raisin stock photo)
Manufacturer:River Raisin Models (click for web site)
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:3269
Prototype Class:MK-6
Model Introduced:2008
Product Type:Brass
120-C-3 tender. The model was manufactured for River Raisin Models by Boo-Rim Precision, Co. in Seoul, Korea. Also available unpainted, and painted but not lettered.
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photo © (River Raisin stock photo)
Manufacturer:River Raisin Models (click for web site)
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:3271
Prototype Class:MK-5
Model Introduced:2008
Product Type:Brass
120-C-1 tender. The model was manufactured for River Raisin Models by Boo-Rim Precision, Co. in Seoul, Korea.
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photo © (River Raisin stock photo)
Manufacturer:River Raisin Models (click for web site)
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:3272
Prototype Class:MK-5
Model Introduced:2008
Product Type:Brass
"Deck" with Whaleback tender. The model was manufactured for River Raisin Models by Boo-Rim Precision, Co. in Seoul, Korea.
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photo © (River Raisin stock photo)
Manufacturer:Lionel
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Southern Railway (SOU)
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Light, hi-rail wheels.
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model owned by Rich Gajnak
photo © Rich Gajnak
Manufacturer:Lionel (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:6-48041
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:Union Pacific (UP)
Road Number:2549
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Light, hi-rail wheels.
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photo © (Lionel stock photo)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L100
Category:2-8-2
Road Name:White Pass & Yukon Route (WP&YR)
Road Number:70-73
Model Introduced:2001
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Full valve gear, trucks, motor, and gearbox assembled and tested. Bob shows his modified version. The stock model is shown in the second photo.
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model owned by Bob Hogan
photo © Bob Hogan

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