Product Gallery: 4-6-0

Manufacturer:Locomotive Workshop
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1983
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
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Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Canadian National Railways (CNR)
Prototype Class:H-6-d
Model Introduced:2010
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Simon Parent designed the kit for this engine, and Fred Rouse, of S Scale Locomotive & Supply, provided the parts. For prototype road numbers 1323 through 1342.
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Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Canadian National Railways (CNR)
Road Number:1532
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Simon Parent designed the kit for this engine, and Fred Rouse, of S Scale Locomotive & Supply, provided the parts. Simon then built and super-detailed the kit into the model shown here for Trevor. It may be available as a kit from S Scale Locomotive & Supply upon request.
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Photo #2
model owned by Trevor Marshall
photo © Trevor Marshall
Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Canadian National Railways (CNR)
Road Number:1560
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Simon Parent designed the kit for this engine, and Fred Rouse, of S Scale Locomotive & Supply, provided the parts. Simon then built and super-detailed the kit into the model shown here for Trevor. It may be available as a kit from S Scale Locomotive & Supply upon request.
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Photo #2
model owned by Trevor Marshall
photo © Trevor Marshall
Manufacturer:Cleveland Designs
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Chicago Great Western
Model Introduced:1937
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
These early kits were composed of wood turnings for the boiler, and embossed card stock for the cab and tender. The operating model did not come with a motor, but this model is powered by a Pittman motor. The tender trucks are C-D trucks of metal casting with turned steel wheels for electrical pickup. The tender itself is a wood box with an embossed paper wrapper glued around it. More historical info about these models is available in the February 1992 issue of the 3/16 "S"cale Railroading magazine.
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model owned by Jack Sudimak
photo © Edwin Kirstatter
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:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L107
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Prototype Class:T12
Prototype Era:1900
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Assembled mechanicals. Early straight boiler.
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photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L108
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:D&RGW
Prototype Class:T12
Prototype Era:1935
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Assembled mechanicals. Modern wagon top boiler. The second photo is of Bill Winans' model from which he removed the lettering and re-lettered it for his private railroad. The engine came assembled and painted.
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Photo #2
photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:Omnicon Scale Models
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Erie Railroad
Prototype Class:G-15
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Brass
These were manufactured by Samhongsa in Korea. The models were sold unpainted, but were based on the Erie RR. Photo #2 shows Bob's model as painted and lettered for the New York Susquehanna & Western.
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Photo #2
model owned by Bill Winans
photo © Bill Winans
Manufacturer:American Hi-Rail
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Milwaukee Road (MILW)
Prototype Era:1936
Model Introduced:1993
Product Type:Kit
The photo shows the 1994 catalog photo (scanned by Eric Reis). The Milwaukee Road converted two 4-6-0 locomotives, built in 1900, to be streamlined in 1936 (#10) and 1937 (#11).
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photo © (American Hi-Rail stock photo)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L103
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Pacific Coast Railway
Road Number:110
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Oil burner with inside valve gear.
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photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L104
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Pacific Coast Railway
Road Number:111
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
Oil burner with Walschaerts valve gear.
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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: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:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:20
Prototype Class:T-19
Model Introduced:1977
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
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. These were among the very first brass Sn3 locomotives. Generally considered a poor model.
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Manufacturer:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:22
Prototype Class:T-19
Model Introduced:1977
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
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. These were among the very first brass Sn3 locomotives. Generally considered a poor model.
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Manufacturer:Pacific Fast Mail
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Rio Grande Southern (RGS)
Road Number:25
Prototype Class:T-19
Model Introduced:1977
Product Type:Brass
Gauge:Sn3
Online Article:visit site
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. These were among the very first brass Sn3 locomotives. Generally considered a poor model.
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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:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L105
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:8
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
With inside valve gear.
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photo © (Railmaster Hobbies stock photo)
Manufacturer:RailMaster Exports (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:L106
Category:4-6-0
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:18
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Gauge:Sn3
With Walschaerts valve gear. The second photo is of the engine's other side.
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Photo #2
model owned by Paul Washburn
photo © Paul Washburn

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