Locomotives

Models of steam, diesel, and electric locomotives have been produced by numerous manufacturers over the years.

 

Alco Models C-855A and C-855B

Alco Models C-855A and C-855B

Alco’s entry in the double-diesel projects of the early 1960s came to HO as a brass model via Alco Models in 1971. Kumata of Japan produced C-855A (D-107) and C-855B (D-105) for Alco Models’ catalog.

Mantua Pony & Tender 0-4-0

Mantua Pony & Tender 0-4-0

The Big Six & Tender 0-6-0 was one of 15 steam locomotive types presented by the “new” Mantua in 1978.

Mantua Big Six & Tender 0-6-0

Mantua Big Six & Tender 0-6-0

The Big Six & Tender 0-6-0 was one of 15 steam locomotive types presented by the “new” Mantua in 1978.

Mantua Shifter & Tender 0-4-0

Mantua Shifter & Tender 0-4-0

Mantua’s 1978 catalog introduced more than a dozen steam locomotive models. Among them was this Shifter & Tender 0-4-0.

Mantua Little Six 0-6-0

Mantua Little Six 0-6-0

One of 15 steam locomotives included in Mantua’s 1978 catalog, the first year for second generation offerings from the compnay.

Mantua Booster 0-4-0

Mantua Booster 0-4-0

One of 15 steam locomotives included in Mantua’s 1978 catalog, the first year for second generation offerings from the compnay.

Lionel-HO GE U18B

Lionel-HO GE U18B

One of the HO diesel locomotive offerings tooled by Lionel for its 1970s group of releases.

AT&T DDT Switcher

One of two diesels that made up the original 1967 releases for American Train & Track was this DDT industrial diesel switcher model.

AT&T EMD F9 Diesel

AT&T EMD F9 Diesel

Introduced in 1968, American Train & Track added its second F-unit with this F9A release.

AT&T EMD FT Diesel

AT&T EMD FT Diesel

Perhaps the poorest F-unit example ever produced in HO was this American Train & Track release from 1967.