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2-6-6-2 Sierra Railroad #38

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cwlbunch Store 2-6-6-2 Sierra Railroad #38 EX-Weyerhaeuser timber Company this model is one of the later manufacturing runs after 1968 later run both models have Brake shoes That were absent in the early runs of this model Sorry that I can’t give you more on the date of manufacturing all model of this type after 1968 were all produced using the same tooling Both model have been Professional Painted but left UN Letter so you can letter them that way would like too List price Unpainted is $450.00 List price for the professional painted one is $625.00 I starting Bidding out at .99 with a reserve it lower than Painted Retail Condition: Excellent Click here to view our grading standards Comments: This rare unit is beautiful. Hardly a flaw on her. Tested, and she runs like clockwork, super smooth, and a little noises. Wheel wear is little to none. The detailing is very nice, especially the side rods. Made in Japan by Atlas Industries. We have had this loco for a couple of weeks, and everyone always gives us great comments on it. It's time for someone else to show it off. Comes with original box, foam, and some parts bag. Box is good, but the clear protective coat is cracking. Foam is excellent. Questions? You can Contact Us at 503-984-4708 or you can use the ebay messaging system. We are available from 9am-5pm Mon-Fri. If by chance we do not answer, please leave a message, and we will get back with you as soon as possible. Click on a picture to supersize Payment Details We accept Paypal. If you don't have a PayPal account, you can still use a credit card through us or PayPal. This is a new feature that has been implemented here on eBay. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Shipping and Combined Order Details We ship with the USPS and UPS. Handling time is 1-3 business days. We combine shipping at actual cost. If you purchase multiple items, please request a total, so we can get a revised invoice sent over to reflect the combined shipping charges. If you do not wait for an invoice when purchasing multiple items, eBay automatically calculates incorrect shipping charges, and you will overpay. Don't overpay! International PayPal is our only accepted method for international orders. We ship USPS Priority International only. We cannot change values on customs forms. We cannot mark your item as a gift. All customs duties and taxes are the responsibility of the buyer. You may be interested in our other listings on eBay. History on this model click here 2-6-6-2 Sierra Railroad #38 By far the most common of the brass logging Mallets. Several thousand were imported between 1958 and 1975. The model represents the locomotive as built for Weyerhaeuser. Details were refined over the years, the later runs having brake shoes and other additional detailing. All were made by United. They are generally known to be reliable runners, if a bit noisy. The current Sierra Railroad Company was originally founded in 1897 as the Sierra Railway Company of California to connect the California Central Valley to the Gold Country foothills of the Sierra Nevada. Its historic western terminus has always been in Oakdale where a junction was once formed with the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway, and the Southern Pacific. The Santa Fe's (now BNSF Railway. Oakdale Branch provided one freight outlet to the AT&SF mainline at Riverbank, California; the SP Oakdale Branch from Stockton was abandoned and torn out in the early 1980’s. The Sierra Railroad bought the BNSF mainline from Riverbank Mile Post 1 to Oakdale in 2008. The Sierra Railroad Company's freight division, the Sierra Northern Railway handles all track maintenance and freight operations for all branches owned by the Sierra Railroad Company. The railroad's Sierra Entertainment group operates the diesel- and steam-powered Sierra Railroad Dinner Train (Oakdale), the Sacramento River Train (Woodland-Sacramento) and the Skunk Train (Fort Bragg-Willits). Sierra Railroad is a privately-owned common carrier and should not be confused with the "Sierra Railway" or Rail town 1897, these being a portion of the former Sierra Railway, originally conveyed by the railroad's historic owners, the Crocker Family, to the California State Park System. "Sierra Railway" preserves the original operating name of the entire line and is headquartered at Rail town 1897 State Historic Park in Jamestown, CA. Sierra has a third division Sierra Energy that involves a variety of energy projects.

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