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AMBROID O-16 PRR X23 Outside Braced Box Car $50.00
AMBROID O-19 Lehigh & Hudson River Flanger $55.00
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7421-5 B&O #30576 50 Ton War Emergency Hopper RTR w/SprTr&C $40.00
ATLAS 7753-1 Jersey Central #67008 55 Ton Fishbelly Hopper RTR w/SprTr&C $38.00
ATLAS   LNE(Lehigh New England)#8290 40' Steel Box Car RTR w/T&C $40.00
ATLAS   THB #4795 40' Wood Box Car RTR w/T&C $45.00
ATLAS   Undec 40' Stock Car BLT w/T&Kad $25.00
GLOOR CRAFT 561 B&O"Canstock"50' Box Car $34.00
INTERMOUNTAIN 25404S-11 CCC&StL #81268 USRA 55 Ton 2 Bay Hopper RTR w/T&C $40.00
25416S IC #210008 USRA 55 Ton 2 Bay Hopper RTR w/T&C(3 Rd #s)ea $40.00
OHLN01 L&N #86003 USRA 55-Ton 2-Bay Hopper with Trucks $34.00
ORNR1197 NRC/IC #10197 Steel Ice Bunker with Trucks $47.50
JERRY SNOW (ART FLEMING)
  Professionally BUILT SP 40' Truss Rod Box Car w/SprTr $75.00
MAIN LINE MODELS 876 NYC 47' Truss Rod Container Car w/4 Containers $50.00
MAIN LINE MODELS 889 F/P Black 37' Truss Rod Coke Gondola $45.00
MAIN LINE MODELS 923 Stentz Palace Poultry Car $49.00
MODEL TECH STUDIOS
S0044 Industrial Crane Car $60.00
PERIOD MINIATURES
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14 "O" Velocipede $17.50
QUALITY CRAFT/WEAVER - RTR w/T&C
2109 (BevBel) French's ACF Centerflow Hopper $22.00
20602 (BevBel) B&O"CSX" PS2 34' Covered Hopper $20.00
QUALITY CRAFT/WEAVER - RTR w/T&C
U5513-5 (UltraLine) NY&SW #104 RS3 Diesel -Pitman Can Motor RTR $335.00
SAN JUAN CAR CO.
124 W.P. 40' Box Car w/Tr $65.00
SAN JUAN CAR CO. 124 W.P., Sacramento Northern 40' Wood Box Car w/T&C $65.00
STROMBECKER


1831 C D. Clinton Loco-Unpowered
The first passenger train, in the State of New York, drawn by a steam locomotive was hauled by the DeWitt Clinton engine on August 9, 1831, over the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad, the original unit of the New York Central System.

The first trial trip of the locomotive was made on July 30, 1831, and on August 3, it made the trip from Albany to Schenectady, a distance of 17 miles, in 1 hour and 45 minutes. The maximum speed attained on the trip when the DeWitt Clinton carried its first passengers was 30 miles an hour.

Official opening of the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad was delayed until September 24, 1831. The occasion was observed with a grand excursion. The imposing train was to have been drawn by the Robert Fulton, an English-built locomotive about twice the weight of the DeWitt Clinton. It failed to do the work and the DeWitt Clinton was used with almost perfect

The DeWitt Clinton made the return trip from Schenectady to Albany with five coaches in 38 minutes. Not only does the DeWitt Clinton hold rank as one of the locomotives that pioneered the way in steam passenger service in America, but it also ranks as one of the pioneer engines in world railroading. It was only 11 years after the first public railroad had been planned in England that the historic locomotive pulled the first passenger train over the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad. The passenger cars were designed after the pattern of stage coaches.

The DeWitt Clinton, as first built, weighed only 6,758 pounds, but as remodeled, the locomotive weighs 9,420 pounds. The weight of its tender is 5,340 pounds. The combined weight of the DeWitt Clinton engine (in its original state) and its tender was 12,098 pounds. It is 12 feet and 10 inches long; the length of the tender is 10 feet 11 inches. Wood was used as fuel and two large barrels served as water tank.

The DeWitt Clinton continued in active service for fourteen years. In June, 1920, it was placed on exhibition in the east gallery of the Main Concourse of Grand Central Terminal at New York. During the spring of 1933, it was moved to Chicago for exhibit at the World’s Fair. It has since been donated to the Henry Ford Museum at Greenfield Village.

The first passenger train, in the State of New York, drawn by a steam locomotive was hauled by the DeWitt Clinton engine on August 9, 1831, over the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad, the original unit of the New York Central System.

The first trial trip of the locomotive was made on July 30, 1831, and on August 3, it made the trip from Albany to Schenectady, a distance of 17 miles, in 1 hour and 45 minutes. The maximum speed attained on the trip when the DeWitt Clinton carried its first passengers was 30 miles an hour.

Official opening of the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad was delayed until September 24, 1831. The occasion was observed with a grand excursion. The imposing train was to have been drawn by the Robert Fulton, an English-built locomotive about twice the weight of the DeWitt Clinton. It failed to do the work and the DeWitt Clinton was used with almost perfect

The DeWitt Clinton made the return trip from Schenectady to Albany with five coaches in 38 minutes. Not only does the DeWitt Clinton hold rank as one of the locomotives that pioneered the way in steam passenger service in America, but it also ranks as one of the pioneer engines in world railroading. It was only 11 years after the first public railroad had been planned in England that the historic locomotive pulled the first passenger train over the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad. The passenger cars were designed after the pattern of stage coaches.

The DeWitt Clinton, as first built, weighed only 6,758 pounds, but as remodeled, the locomotive weighs 9,420 pounds. The weight of its tender is 5,340 pounds. The combined weight of the DeWitt Clinton engine (in its original state) and its tender was 12,098 pounds. It is 12 feet and 10 inches long; the length of the tender is 10 feet 11 inches. Wood was used as fuel and two large barrels served as water tank.

The DeWitt Clinton continued in active service for fourteen years. In June, 1920, it was placed on exhibition in the east gallery of the Main Concourse of Grand Central Terminal at New York. During the spring of 1933, it was moved to Chicago for exhibit at the World’s Fair. It has since been donated to the Henry Ford Museum at Greenfield Village.

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WALTHERS (Metal/Wood) 9101 80' Pullman Observation w/973 Interior Kit $85.00
9115 80' Heavyweight Diner $65.00
YE OLDE HUFF-N-PUFF 770 (2 in 1) Santa Fe 36' Truss Rod Flat Car $39.00
YE OLDE HUFF-N-PUFF 774 (2 in 1) S.P. 36' Truss Rod Flat Car $39.00
YE OLDE HUFF-N-PUFF
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900 "Oldie" 4 wheel Cupola Caboose w/Tr $30.00
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901 "Oldie" 4 wheel Caboose w/Tr $27.00