William Mason #5 (Formally #25)
"William Mason" is a 4-4-0 steam locomotive It was built in 1856 for the B & O Railroad. It was originally #25, later in years they named it in Honor of William Mason, its builder. The engine is one of the oldest operable example of the American Standard design.Click here to Purchase
B&O #5300 President Washington
The No. 5300, "President Washington" was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1927. These locomotives were designed for the Royal Blue Line passenger route between New York and Washington, and considered one of the best looking of the 4-6-2 type locomotive designs.Click here to Purchase
Canadian National RR
6400 was one of five locomotives made by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1936. Intended for passenger service, these locomotives, with their sleek modern style, also became an important marketing tool for the company. The 6400 was used to pull the Royal Train in 1939.Click here to Purchase
Central New Jersey #592
#592 4-4-2, an extremely rare survivor, is one of only 3 "modern" Camelbacks in existence. Built by Alco in 1901, this type of engine was designed to run on low cost waste anthracite known as culm.Click here to Purchase
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway #377
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway No. 377 was originally built in 1902 for the Cincinnati, Richmond & Muncie Railroad. The locomotive was first known as the No. 108. C&O became the new owners and in 1923, it was renumbered as the No. 377.Click here to Purchase
Chesapeake & Ohio #490
The No. 490 (originally a Pacific 4-6-2) was built by ALCO for the C&O in 1926. The C&O's Huntington shops rebuilt the No. 490 into 4-6-4 "Hudsons." The new locomotives had roller bearings, front-end throttle, high-speed booster, and cross counterbalance..Click here to Purchase
Chesapeake & Ohio #1604
C&O #1604, is an "Allegheny" class locomotive, 2-6-6-6 configuration built in 1941. They were considered the finest steam locomotives ever produced by the Lima Locomotive Works. The Alleghenies were retired between 1952 and 1956.Click here to Purchase
Nickel Plate RR #759
759 was built in 1944 by the Lima Locomotive Works, for the New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad, better known as the Nickel Plate Road. In 1958, 759 was completely overhaul in which after, she was never fired up and was put into storage.Click here to Purchase
New York Central #1238
The 4-6-0 became the best general service locomotive of its time. Around 16,000 were built. They were used on both fast freight and passenger trains.Click here to Purchase
Norfolk & Western #130
#130 of Norfolk & Western Railway was built in 1923 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. It was a 4-8-2 USRA and called a "Heavy Mountain" train. She was scrapped in early 1957Click here to Purchase
Norfolk & Western #266
N&W 0-8-0 was built in 1948 by Baldwin Locomotive Works. these type locomotives ran until mid 1960s.Click here to Purchase
Pennsylvania Railroad #1223
PRR #1223 is a 4-4-0 steam locomotive built in 1905 by the railroad's own Altoona Works. The locomotive is the only preserved example of the D16sb class. The engine is on static display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in StrasburgClick here to Purchase
Reading 2124 is a class T-1 4-8-4 Northern-type steam locomotive that was built by the Reading Company in January 1947 using parts from I-10sa Class 2-8-0 Consolidation number 2044. The engine is now on display at Steamtown National Park.Click here to Purchase
Reading Railroad #3013
This 1931 Baldwin "Santa Fe" type locomotive built for the Reading was the heaviest type ever made. It was a class K-1sb loco with 61 1/2" drivers and developed a boiler pressure of 225 psi. All were scrapped by 1954.Click here to Purchase
Southern Railway #4501
Southern Railway 4501 is a steam locomotive built in 1911 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for the Southern Railway. The engine is a 2-8-2 Mikado type locomotive, and was the very first of that wheel arrangement the railroad owned.Click here to Purchase
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