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It returned to the silver screen in Around the World in 80 Days in 1956, but was no longer in operating condition, so it was pushed by a diesel locomotive disguised as a baggage car. Unique & comfortable retro rail logo shirts & tops for ladies & men. 315 is a Class C-18 2-8-0, Consolidation type, narrow gauge steam railway locomotive that was originally built for the Florence and Cripple Creek Railroad by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1895. After the demise of the F&CC in 1915, the locomotive sat unused until the Denver & Rio Grande purchased it and four of its sisters in 1917 to help with war traffic. It began its D&RG service at Alamosa, Colorado, was leased to the Rio Grande Southern for 1926-27 and then spent most of the next decade on the Gunnison Division, in Salida, Colorado, on the line to Montrose and on the branch to Ouray. 315 when the D&RG became the Denver and Rio Grande Western in the reorganization of 1924.As built, this locomotive represents an era when electric headlights were new, yet it clings to its Baldwin roots sporting the old-style smokestack.This model is equipped with a custom Sound Traxx Digital Sound Decoder.The C19's un-weathered C19's arrived in 2013 and we have sold all our stock of them.Some are still available from the manufacturer so if there is one you want let us know and we'll ask if its available.
The weathered versions arrived in June 2014 and are already sold out at the factory.
We had a lot on order but these have gone to those that pre-ordered them leaving just the few listed below While not based on a specific prototype, the 2013 release of Blackstone Models Painted, Unlettered Diamond Stack 2-8-0 Consolidation is a wonderful candidate for an early-era freelance railroad.
Featuring crew, flowy, hoodies, long sleeve, scoop, slouchy, tank, thermal & V-neck styles. The first 2-8-0 was built by Matthias Baldwin in 1866.
The locomotive was named "Consolidation" in honor of the recent consolidation of the Beaver Meadow, Penn Haven & White Haven and Lehigh & Mahanoy railroads into the Lehigh Valley.
As larger locomotives, notably the K-27 K-36 and K-37 Mikados came on line, smaller engines like 315 were used as switchers or scrapped. 315 spent several periods in the shops in the early 40's, notably with a broken main rod and then later for flue work and to replace its pilot with a switch engine pilot.
It appeared in the movie Colorado Territory in 1948, but was finally taken out of service in 1949.