HO Brass - NJCB ST-224 Hammond Lumber Co. 2-6-6-2T #6 - Unpainted - Notes
Hammond Lumber Co. 2-6-6-2T #6 was a steam locomotive that operated in the forests of Oregon during the early 1900s. It was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1915 and was one of the largest and most powerful logging locomotives of its time. The locomotive was used to haul logs and lumber on the steep and rugged terrain of the Pacific Northwest.
- No lighting
- Original box and foam
- Built in 1982 by Dai Young
- One of only 170
These models typically sell for a lot of money due to the uniqueness of the prototype. This one unfortunately does not run at this time. I am unsure as to the reason if it is a split cure or simply a driveline problem. There are parts with it that might help. This item has been priced lower than recent sales for these reasons.
Additionally, the previous owner repaired/soldered the handrails on top of the locomotive.