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Accucraft 1:20.3 butane G Scale Brass Climax Two Truck Live Steam Engine ex cond

Accucraft 1:20.3 butane G Scale Brass Climax Two Truck Live Steam Engine ex cond

Accucraft model is a limited production in 1:20.3 scale and 45mm gauge in live steam. The chassis is constructed from brass and stainless steel. All valve gear, drive rods, and wheels are machined from stainless steel.

Scale/Gauge: 1:20.3 Scale/ 45mm Gauge

Minimum Radius: 4'

Fuel: Butane

Cylinder: Two Cylinders w/ D-Valve

Valve Gear: Simulated Stevenson valve

Working Pressure: 50 PSI

Fittings: Throttle, Check valve, Water level gauge, Pressure gauge

Just prepped it for the track today, but was unable to make it to the Steamup.

Greased, oiled and ready to run.


A Climax locomotive is a type of geared steam locomotive in which the two steam cylinders are attached to a transmission located under the center of the boiler. This transmits power to driveshafts running to the front and rear trucks.

The invention of the Climax locomotive is attributed to Charles D. Scott, who ran a forest railway near Spartansburg, Pennsylvania between 1875 and 1878. A lumberjack of considerable mechanical ingenuity, Scott sought to bring an improved logging locomotive of his own design to market and brought the drawings to the nearby Climax Manufacturing Company in Corry, Pennsylvania. The first four Climax locomotives were built and delivered in 1888. The design patent was filed in February in the same year and granted in December. There is some controversy over who is the true inventor.

SpecificationsScale / GaugeConstructionMini. RadiusLengthWidthHeight1:20.3 / 45 mmBrass & Stainless Steel4 ft.18.72 in. (475.54 mm)4.5 in. (1114.3 mm)7.14 in (181.3 mm)Features: Butane FiredTwo cylindersD-valveSimulated Steven valve gearSafety valvePressure gauge. Water level

    $3,299.00 Regular Price
    $3,254.00Sale Price
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