Product Gallery: 4-6-2

Manufacturer:American Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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model owned by Rich Gajnak
photo © Rich Gajnak
Manufacturer:Overland Models, Inc.
Manufacturer ID:1737
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:(undecorated)
Model Introduced:1990
Product Type:Brass
USRA Light. Built by M.S. Models out of Korea. Jim Kindraka reported in the early 1990s that some of these locomotives could develop problems with the universal joint. The collars can crack on either or both sides (the plastic used for them was of poor quality). Ideally, a replacement can be found in the original Overland Models' F3 or F7 locomotives. River Raisin Models produced a number of extra ones in 1991, called their "Redrive Kit" (you may be able to find them on the secondary market). If using one of these kits, the smaller of the two shaft holes needs to be drilled out for the 4-6-2. Use a #41 drill bit. Removal of motor will be necessary on the model, and then carefully, but firmly, press fitting the new universal on both shafts.
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model owned by Bob Werre
photo © Bob Werre
Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:(undecorated)
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
USRA Heavy.
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Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:(undecorated)
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
USRA Light.
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Manufacturer:American Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Road Number:3402
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46001
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)
Road Number:Thomas Jefferson
Prototype Class:P7
Prototype Era:1927
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy. The AM 4-6-2 is based on the 1927 B&O P7 "President Series". Each of the 20 locomotives carried the name of a U.S. president under the cab window.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:Lionel
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Baltimore & Ohio (B&O)
Model Introduced:2008
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Light, hi-rail wheels.
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model owned by Rich Gajnak
photo © Rich Gajnak
Manufacturer:MLW Services
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Canadian National Railways (CNR)
Road Number:5557
Prototype Class:K-3
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Kit
These are brass kit parts to be built upon American Models' 4-6-2 running gear. Covers prototype road numbers 5557 through 5611. Andy mentioned that these engines sold out pretty quickly, so if the demand is there, he will be able to another run of them. Contact Andy to be put on the waiting list.
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model owned by Andy Malette
photo © Andy Malette
Manufacturer:Lionel
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Central Railroad of New Jersey
Road Number:831
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
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Manufacturer:Lionel
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Chicago & Alton
Model Introduced:2006
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
This locomotive was only available as part of a Lionel train set. It has hi-rail wheels.
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model owned by Rich Gajnak
photo © Rich Gajnak
Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46000
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
Road Number:2970
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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model owned by Ted Hamler
photo © Ted Hamler
Manufacturer:American Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Great Northern (GN)
Road Number:1355
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46200
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Lehigh Valley
Road Number:2002
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46003
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Milwaukee Road (MILW)
Road Number:177
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Missouri Kansas Texas (MKT)
Road Number:410
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46005
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:New York Central (NYC)
Road Number:4925
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:New York, New Haven & Hartford
Road Number:1372
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Northern Pacific
Road Number:2256
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46006
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Road Number:5704
Prototype Class:K4
Model Introduced:1997
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Available with hi-rail and scale wheels.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46201
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Road Number:3768
Prototype Class:K4
Prototype Era:1936
Model Introduced:2000
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Streamlined K4 (bronze, for the 1936 World's Fair; later repainted to Brunswick Green). This particular model is hi-rail. A model with scale wheels is also available.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46202
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Road Number:3768
Prototype Class:K4
Prototype Era:1936
Model Introduced:2000
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
Streamlined K4 (Brunswick Green). This particular model is hi-rail. A model with scale wheels is also available. A product review, as well as some prototype information, can be found in the July 2001 issue of the S Gaugian magazine.
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Video
model owned by Rich Gajnak
photo © Rich Gajnak
Manufacturer:Midgage Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:K5
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
This was a conversion kit to convert an A.F. locomotive into a scale model.
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model owned by Jim Syphax
photo © Jim Syphax
Manufacturer:Omnicon Scale Models
Manufacturer ID:1004
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR)
Prototype Class:K4
Model Introduced:1986
Product Type:Brass
Online Article:visit site
The model was available in both unpainted and factory-painted versions (ID #1004P). The models were built in Korea by Samhongsa. The main photo shows the unpainted version. Photo #2 shows Bill Lane's model fully detailed, painted, lettered, and weathered to represent PRR #5495. Photo #3 is Lee Rainey's model. Photo #4 is from the original Omnicon promotional flyer.
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model owned by Bill Lane
photo © Bill Lane
Manufacturer:American Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Pere Marquette
Road Number:727
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46007
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Rock Island (RI)
Road Number:901
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Southern Pacific
Road Number:2408
Model Introduced:1996
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)
Manufacturer:American Models
Manufacturer ID:46006
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Southern Railway (SOU)
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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Photo #2
model owned by Ron Kemp
photo © Ron Kemp
Manufacturer:S Scale Locomotive & Supply
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Southern Railway (SOU)
Prototype Class:Ps-4
Model Introduced:1983
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Brass kit for engine only.
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Manufacturer:American Models
Category:4-6-2
Road Name:Union Pacific (UP)
Road Number:2901
Model Introduced:2005
Product Type:Ready-to-Run
USRA Heavy.
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photo © (American Models stock photo)

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