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S Scale Built Up of 1920's-50's Era Steam SHOVEL, Industrial Equipment


Price: $149.00
Item Number: SD394P

"The ESSENTIAL Steam Era Industrial Equipment to Complete your scenes in S Scale....very hard to find in S !!"



CLASSIC RAILROAD EQUIPMENT.......

S Scale Built Up Steam SHOVEL design....

super detailed inside and out.......detailed down to the tracks, boiler and winch system....... comes fully built up and nicely weathered to show years of use in S Scale
Approx dimension 7" Long (back of cab to shovel extension...can vary a bit) x 2.25" Wide

Comes Built up and Weathered in the box to you....LAYOUT READY



Note: Color scheme / detailing can vary slightly as these are Hand Finished by our Studio Artists....LIMITED PRODUCTION in S SCALE...Made in the U.S.A

We are ALSO Considering adding a STEAM ERA CRANE if we find enough interest in S Scale....let us know !!

Attention to Detail makes a Layout Great....additional Designs below

S Scale Steam Donkey Engine Finished Model
Price: $27.99
S Scale Steam Donkey Engine Finished Model
These were known as the "Work Horses" of the woods. Used well into the 1930's the Steam Donkey made it's home in the backwoods but was also used for Pile Drivers and Construction. This Classic Design is detailed down to the rivet heads. S Scale Design
S Scale 1930's Car Skeleton, Derelict, Rusting out, Finished
Price: $33.99
S Scale 1930's Car Skeleton, Derelict, Rusting out, Finished
Down to the bones...this old car framework is left derelict and rusting out.....very unique scene making detail you just don't see modeled. Perfect in a field, trackside, beside an old gas station or even in the backwoods left where it was dumped
S Scale Built Up 1920's-50's Era U.S Mail Catcher Crane, Trackside Mail Pickup, LAYOUT READY
Price: $17.99
S Scale Built Up 1920's-50's Era U.S Mail Catcher Crane, Trackside Mail Pickup, LAYOUT READY
S Scale Built Up 1920's-50's U.S. Mail Catcher Crane - Trackside Layout Ready S...... With the Aid of Mail Cranes such as this one it was possible for even the smallest towns situated along the railroad to have adequate mail service at all times.