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Accucraft Nsw Railways C38 Class 4-6-2 Model Train 132 Scale Live Steam

   The 38 class design based on a need to eliminate the complications of double heading required on a number of fast interstate passenger trains. The conditions of track work with frequent sharp curvature to be traversed at high speed would require six-coupled driving wheels in a Pacific 4-6-2 configuration. Maintenance considerations suggested a two-cylinder simple steam locomotive. In May 1939 an order for five 38 class locomotives was placed with Clyde Engineering with a distinctive streamlined boiler casing. The remaining 25 locomotives were built without streamlining at the NSWGRs ...
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Accucraft Ac77-218 Class B Shay Coal Burning Bunker Butane Fired, Live Steam

  Shay locomotives were developed by Ephraim Shay. His first successful engine that we would recognize today as a Shay locomotive was produced in 1880 by Lima Machine Works (later, Lima Locomotive Works), who would go on to produce approximately 2,700 up until 1945, when production ceased. Shay locomotives are unusual in that they are powered by a steam engine of either two or three cylinders mounted vertically near the cab on the right side of the locomotive (although there were a very few with the engine on the left). The boiler was offset on the frame to counterbalance the weight of the ...
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Accucraft S19-30bu Talgarth 0-4-0t, Blue, Live Steam Mint In Box

   We are delighted to announce not one, but two, new generic 0-4-0 locomotives for 16mm (1:19) scale. After many years in production we felt was time to completely revise the Ragleth design, hundreds of which have appeared in the guise of Edrig, Caradoc, Mortimer, Ragleth and, most recently, Jedrig. In consequence we can now offer you Talgarth the tank engine and Sabrina the saddle tank youll note that we are still drawing names from Wales and the Welsh Marches! Both are freelance locomotives with design inspirations from Manning Wardle aimed at providing a robust, entry level model which ...
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Accucraft Ac77-010 Ruby #1 Black, No Pressure Gauge, Live Steam, Rtr

   Ruby is a freelance, gauge 1, 1:20.3 scale, live-steam locomotive based on Baldwin practice. It has been designed to be both simple to operate and sophisticated enough to satisfy more experienced modelers. With proper care, Ruby should give years of service in the garden. Operating a live-steam locomotive is much different from running an electrically powered engine. It is a more hands-on, interactive experience. The locomotive must be periodically fueled, oiled, and watered. As supplied, Ruby is manually controlled, which means that you must actually drive the locomotive using the ...
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R/c Conversion Kit For Accucraft Ruby Live Steam Engine

   It includes everything shown in the parts photo (and comes partially assembled with the servos mounted like in the photo). Obviously, you provide the steam engine and radio control equipment/battery. Simply install it yourself and make running your Ruby all that much more enjoyable. Works with 2 or more channel R/C radio systems. This item is brand new, never installed. PLEASE NOTE : If your throttle shaft doesn't stick out as far as the one shown in the photo, you will be responsible for provisions that must be taken to install this kit. While this is NOT common, several Ruby's have ...
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Accucraft Al87-121c D&rgw C-25 #375 Black, Live Steam Coal Fired, Kohle Gefeuert

   Auktionsbestandteil ist eine nagelneue, Kohle gefeuerte Live-Steam Lokomotive von Accucraft. Dieses hervorragend detaillierte Modell wurde in einer limitierten Auflage gefertigt, es gibt keine Neuauflage. Zur Herstellung wurden Messing, Edelstahl und Kupfer (Kessel) verwendet. Alle Achslager sind federnd gelagert. Die Lackierung und Beschriftung ist in Museumsqualität. Das Modell wurde nach sorgfältig recherchierten Plänen und Abmessungen des Originals von Hand gefertigt. TECHNISCHE DATEN Maßstab / Spurweite - 1:20.3 / 45 mm Minimaler Radius - 1,2 M Feuerung - Kohle Länge - ...
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Ams (accucraft Trains) D&rgw Passenger Cars, Combine, 120.3 Scale

   Passenger Cars - Narrow Gauge (1:20.3 Scale). Accucrafts D&RGW passenger cars were originally built by the Jackson Sharp company in the early 1880s. The D&RG rebuilt them over the years with larger windows, and other improvements on an as needed basis! In the 1920s the coaches went through the car shops again to have more improvements made! This included having the bodies and platforms lowered, under-frame reinforced, and extension side bearings installed. Accucrafts models are of the later rebuilt cars. The C&S and RGS all acquired these cars over the years, and the ...
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Ams (accucraft Trains) D&rgw Passenger Cars, Coach, 120.3 Scale

   Passenger Cars - Narrow Gauge (1:20.3 Scale). Accucrafts D&RGW passenger cars were originally built by the Jackson Sharp company in the early 1880s. The D&RG rebuilt them over the years with larger windows, and other improvements on an as needed basis! In the 1920s the coaches went through the car shops again to have more improvements made! This included having the bodies and platforms lowered, under-frame reinforced, and extension side bearings installed. Accucrafts models are of the later rebuilt cars. The C&S and RGS all acquired these cars over the years, and the ...
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Accucraft Trains Victory Live Steam Stuart 0-6-0t

  Although the class only amounted to ten members, the Kerr Stuart Victory class ended up scattered about Britain following their disposal by the R. At the end of World War 1. Built in 1917 for the Inland Waterways & Docks Department the majority saw service at various southern ports and were intended to be operated in France if required. Substantial boilers and large cylinders ensured they had plenty of grunt for lifting boat trains off the quay and made them ideal candidates for industrial use after the end of hostilities. This ensured that members of the class started to receive ...
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Accucraft Trains Emma 0-4-0, 7/8ths, Live Steam

   Accucraft Trains - Emma 0-4-0, 7/8ths, Live Steam. Emma is a model of a Brooks industrial 0-4-0T. Brooks Locomotive Works, of Dunkirk, New York was an important supplier of locomotives to railroads and industry. In 1901, Brooks and several other locomotive builders merged to become the American Locomotive Company, or ALCO. Operating Emma is similar to the operation of other small-scale steam locomotives. Grades and sharp curves will diminish its capability. 7/8ths Scale / 45 mm Gauge. Brass & Stainless Steel Construction. B77-501 EMMA 0-4-0 Unlettered, Black, Live Steam (old sku: ...

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