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Uintah #20 and #21
Built in June and July of 1905 by Baldwin for the Uintah Railway, #20 and #21 were 0-6-2T side tankers. Purchased for use on passenger trains, the pair were a common sight between Atchee and Dragon from 1905 to 1935, hauling a single wooden combine. These models represent 20 and 21 after their 1925 and 1927 rebuildings, respectively.
kuid2:96914:2000:3,2100:3
(3 foot gauge)



Uintah #51
The final 2-6-6-2T and the final engine ever delivered to the Uintah Railway. It was built with many refinements that its sister, 50 didn't have when built. Thanks to those refinements, 51 successfully navigated Morro Castle, an arrangement of track with a 65 degree curve on a 7.5% grade. Later, it served with the Sumpter Valley, and then with IRCA.
kuid2:96914:510:2
(3 foot gauge)



Clearlake #12 and Murchison #8
Murchison #8 and Clearlake #12 are freelanced logging versions of the Uintah 0-6-2Ts. They are very similar to the Uintah engines in their as built condition, with a few changes that probably would have been made if a logging line had ordered any engines identical to the Uintah 0-6-2Ts. Some of these changes would have been made by Baldwin, but most probably would have been made by the railroad itself.
kuid2:96914:800:3,1200:3
(3 foot gauge)



DSP&P Cooke 2-6-0 #71
One of 6 2-6-0s built by Cooke for the DSP&P in 1884, for use on freight and passenger trains. They eventually became Colorado & Southern engines, with #71 becoming #8. This model shows #71 as it might have appeared in 1884.
kuid:96914:71,712
(3 foot gauge)



EBT Heavy 2-8-2 #17
The second of three heavy 2-8-2s built for the East Broad Top by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, 17 rolled out of the Baldwin plant in March 1918 bearing builder's number 48075. It was used in both passenger and freight in its 38 years at the East Broad Top. Today, it resides at Orbisonia, Pennsylvania, on the East Broad Top. It is currently out of service.
kuid:96914:5170,5171
(3 foot gauge)



3ft Gauge Steam Dummies
A pair of generic steam dummies in 3 foot gauge. One is lettered for the Willamette Bridge Company, of Portland Oregon. The other is lettered for Clearlake Lumber Company.
kuid:96914:1,2
(3 foot gauge)



C-18 Common Files
Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
Sound Set by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
#315
#316
#317
#318
#319
#320
The entire D&RGW C-18 class. Originally Florence & Cripple Creek engines, acquired by the D&RGW in 1917. (except for 320, which was purchased in 1920) 315 and 318 are both currently undergoing restorations. 315 is in Durango, and 318 is at the Colorado Railroad Museum.
kuid:96914:315,316,317,318,319,320,3152,3162,3172,3182,3192,3202
(3 foot gauge)





3ft Gauge 4-4-0s
A pair of Baldwin 8-18C 4-4-0s in 3 foot gauge. These were very common, and could be found on just about any narrow gauge railroad in North America between 1870 and 1900. There are two versions included, the wood burning Eureka & Palisades #4 (Eureka) and the coal burning D&RG #95.
kuid2:96914:28:2,281,286:2,287
(3 foot gauge)
Requires clean cab, dirty cab, and whistle



3ft Gauge 2-6-0s
A pair of Baldwin 8-16D 2-6-0s in 3 foot gauge. These were very common, and could be found on just about any narrow gauge railroad in North America between 1870 and 1900. There are two versions included, the wood burning Elberton Air Line #2 (Hiriam W. Sibley) and the coal burning D&RG #15 (Raton).
kuid2:96914:271:2,272,274:2,275
(3 foot gauge)
Requires clean cab, dirty cab, and whistle.



Colorado & Southern 9
This large (for 3' gauge) 2-6-0 was initially built by Cooke in 1884 for the Denver, South Park, & Pacific. Around the turn of the century, #9 and most of its sisters were heavily rebuilt by the Colorado & Southern with larger boilers and bigger cylinders. Very little of the original 1884 Cooke engines were left after the rebuild. #9 remained in service to 1939, when it pulled the last passenger train on the C&S narrow gauge lines.
kuid:96914:39,392
(3 foot gauge)
Requires whistle.



D&RGW K-27 #460
K-27 Cabin

Requires K-27 general files from Prowler's site
After a brief time with Vauclain compound cylinders, the D&RG rebuilt the 125 class with D slide valves. While the majority of the class was rebuilt with piston valves later, 450, 451, 457, and 460 retained the slide valves to the end. 460 was the last slide valve K-27 in active service, lasting to the mid 1930s.
kuid:96914:460,461
(3 foot gauge)



Common files for Lima class B 28-2 Shays
30 inch gauge Lima class B 28-2 Shay
36 inch gauge Lima class B 28-2 Shay

Lima class B 28 ton 2 truck shays. This was a pretty common design for shays between the 1890s and 1910s. Shays of this type were built into the 1920s, but many of the old units remained in service into the 1940s. These are woodburners.
(2.5, 3 foot gauge)



20 ton Vulcan 0-4-0Ts
Requires Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
A pair of 20 ton Vulcan 0-4-0T saddle tankers. One is 3 foot gauge, the other is 30 inch gauge.
kuid:96914:7,12
(3 foot gauge and 2.5 foot gauge)



Kiso Forestry 0-4-2Ts
Requires Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
A pair of Baldwin 0-4-2Ts. Based on locomotives built for the Kiso Forest Railway in the 1920s. There is one Japanese version and one Americanized version.
kuid:96914:15,16
(2.5 foot gauge)



ALCo 2-4-2T
Requires Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
A pair of ALCo 2-4-2T saddle tankers. One is 3 foot gauge, based on Magma Arizona 1. The other is a freelanced 30 inch gauge outside frame engine.
kuid:96914:3,13
(3 foot gauge and 2.5 foot gauge)



30 inch gauge freight set 1
A set of 30 inch gauge rolling stock. A flatcar, boxcar, and gondola are included. The cars are based on 3 foot gauge prototypes from the C&S, F&CC, and Uintah Railway.
15326,15327,15328,50326
(2.5 foot gauge)



2-8-2 Common Files
Coal burning 2-8-2s
Wood and Oil burning 2-8-2s
Requires Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
A group of freelanced 30 inch gauge 2-8-2s.
2005,2006,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011
(2.5 foot gauge)


30 inch gauge 2-6-2
Requires Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
A freelanced 30 inch gauge 2-6-2. Looks like it could be a Baldwin, but not based on any prototype.
2013, 2014
(2.5 foot gauge)



30 inch gauge 2-6-6-2
Requires Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
A freelanced 30 inch gauge 2-6-6-2 Mallet. Looks like it could be a Baldwin, but it's not based on any prototype.
2035, 2036, 2037
(2.5 foot gauge)



30 inch gauge 4-6-0
Requires Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
A 30 inch gauge 4-6-0. Adheres closely to Baldwin 3 foot gauge designs, but it is not known if there was a 2.5 foot gauge example of the design.
kuid:96914:2106, 2107
(2.5 foot gauge)



30 inch gauge 4-4-0
Requires Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
A 30 inch gauge 4-4-0. Based on a number of Baldwin 3 foot gauge 4-4-0s. There may not have been a 2.5 foot gauge example of the design, however.
kuid:96914:2108, 2109
(2.5 foot gauge)



30 inch gauge passenger set
A pair of 2.5 foot gauge passenger cars. One is a combine, the other is a coach.
kuid:96914:10325, 10326
(2.5 foot gauge)



30 inch gauge 4-8-4
Required cab

Required whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
4-8-4s are associated with class one standard gauge railroads in the USA. However, there were some narrow gauge ones outside of the USA. This is not one of them. As far as I know, there were never any 4-8-4s built for 30 inch gauge, but this is the most plausible one I could design for the gauge. It was spawned by a request for a 30 inch gauge East Broad Top Heavy 2-8-2. The drivers seemed too tall for the 2 wheel pilot truck, and it looked better with a normal cab, which led to the addition of two pilot and two trailing wheels.
(2.5 foot gauge)



Gilpin Tramway Co. #2, the Russell
Built by Lima in 1888 for the Gilpin Tramway, #2 'Russell' was a class B 20-2 shay. It was used on the Gilpin from 1888 until 1905 when it was sold off to the Silver City, Pinos Altos, and Mogollon Railroad. This model shows it as it appeared when delivered by Lima.
kuid:96914:199
(2 foot gauge)
This content is included in TRS2006.



Generic 2 foot gauge Shay
A freelanced logging version of the Gilpin Shay above. This represents a shay built in the late 19th to early 20th centuries.
kuid:96914:200
(2 foot gauge)



Darjeeling Himalayan Railway #31
Requires Whistle by Tony Weber. (trw1089)
An early Beyer-Garratt. It was the third locomotive of the type built. However, it was the first Beyer-Garratt to have simple cylinders and to have the cylinders away from the boiler. The pattern first demonstrated on the DHR D class became the standard for almost all Garratts that followed.
kuid:96914:31
(2 foot gauge)

This page last updated September 28. 2013
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