ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE.

TRADES WELCOME, SEE   ITEMS WANTED   SECTON FOR DETAILS

 


 

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY

Item # 11950

Canadian Locomotive Company built their construction number 2150 to become Canadian Pacific locomotive #2442 a 4-8-2. The locomotive served until the late 1950's and was finally dismantled in June of 1960. This cast iron plate measures 16" x 7 5/8" and is 100% superb and original condition with the back never having been cleaned. Great piece of history from the land of Hockey and Labatt Blue.

PRICE: $925.00

How To Order

.

 

 


 

UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD

Item # 11949

Great old standard Baldwin 9 1/4" plate from Union Pacific 0-6-0 #4411. This plate shows an older restoration with a nice vintage paper label on the back with locomotive history. Plate has original curvature and no damage or cracks. Excellent all around.

PRICE: $680.00

How To Order

.

 

 


 

LIMA LOCOMOTIVE WORKS S&C DIVISION

Item # 11947

This attractive bronze diamond plate from the Lima Locomotive Works plate from the Shovel & Crane division has construction number 489 and originally came from a West Central Oregon estate. It is believed to be Southern Pacific MofW related. The plate is in beautiful condition with no damage. Identification number stamped on the back. Harder to find and a very low serial number for this division.

PRICE: $775.00

How To Order

.

 

 


 

NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY

Item # 11946

Locomotive equipment trust plate from the Northern Pacific. This plate is in near perfect original condition with all original paint, never retouched. No hole break out and no repairs. Excellent in every way.

PRICE: $65.00

How To Order

.

 

 


 

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY

Item # 11945

Bronze cast water plate from a GN DE 18 diesel locomotive. The plate measures 6 1/4" x 2 1/4" and is in fine shape. Has a grind mark on the back that created a small rectangular hole through the front. Otherwise great condition and not a lot of these around.

PRICE: $50.00

How To Order

.

 

 


 

MATERIAL SERVICE CORP.

Item # 11944

This rare American Locomotive Cooke Works plate is one of the final pieces of equipment to come from the Cooke works before it was shuttered. This plate is in beautiful condition with old gloss black paint and bronze highlighted lettering. Measures 9" x 4 1/2" and no damage or repairs. Reverse shows locomotive information. Hard to find these later Cooke locomotive plates.

 

PRICE: $685.00

How To Order

.

 

 


 

MOUNTAIN MINES LTD.

Item # 11941

This Pre-1900 Porter builders plate comes from Redding, California mining company Mountain Mines Ltd. and this particular locomotive wire the #4. An 0-4-0T design. The locomotive was also designated the "Sir Robert" Beautiful original condition and no damage, it remains uncleaned.

PRICE: $1,950.00

How To Order

.

 

 


 

CHAPMAN TIMBER CO.

Item # 11940

This Lima Locomotive and Machine Co. builders plate comes from a well traveled 2 truck shay, a veteran of the Oregon forests. Originally produced for Chapman Timber Co. as their #2, it proceeded to travel the woods of Northwest Oregon finally being dismantled after service with the Robert Dollar Lumber Co. The plate has enlarged mounting holes from apparent torch removal and remains uncleaned front and back. Super hard to find and the last variation of the round plate before Lima changed to the larger rectangle design.

PRICE: $4,200.00

How To Order

.

 

 


 

UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY

Item # 11938

Recovered treasures from railroading's past in the American West. This 1880's vintage set of one link and pin represents a window into the era of railroading in the wild American West. Both link and pin are in original unearthed condition never cleaned but still in presentable condition. The link is remarkable that it is not broken as most of the discarded examples found are. No markings can be found on it that we can see. The pin however is very much identifiable both by its distinctive form but also because it is deeply stamped U.P.R.W. the original marking for Union Pacific Railway. The pin is straight and shows no unusual damage. What a wonderful set and representation of the primitive and rugged era in American western history.

PRICE: $200.00

How To Order

.

 

 


 

VELOCIPEDE

Item # 11873

Falling behind on that New Years resolution to get out and exercise? Want to ride the rails? Why not combine the two in one convenient package! This velocipede is completely unrestored and has remained in as-used condition showing some paint loss on the seat and paint wear around the trunk box and moving components. Setting aside that the outrigger was assembled with the wheel flange to the outside, all the components are present and accounted for with the loose hardware being for items disassembled for easier storage. Original wood spoked wheels and metal flanged tires in excellent condition. Geared mechanism functions and is complete. With the possible exception of the wood connecting rods that would need to be replaced to allow reliable operation, this remarkable piece of 19th century motive power is as excellent of original condition as can be found today. A true survivor and historic artifact of western Railroad hardware. Since these typically didn't travel far from their area of use, one can assume this was used on one of the Northwest roads. Dimensions are 39 1/2" Tall, 77 1/2" Long, 14"x 16" seat, and trunk box is 14" x 22" in length. Would suggest local pick-up be arranged however it can be delivered at cost anywhere on the west coast, or shipped at cost if desired.

PRICE: $4,000.00

How To Order

 


 

MISSOURI KANSAS & TEXAS RAILROAD

Item # 11837

M-K-T RR Co. Agent Atoka, OKLA. impressed on this round brass agent wax sealer. Nice original wood handle in excellent used condition. All around nice sealer and very hard to find from the Katy.

PRICE: $440.00

How To Order

.

 


 

OGDEN LOGAN & IDAHO RAILWAY

Item # 10325

The OL&I was incorporated in 1914 and started operations between the cities of its namesake in 1915 by merging two interurban lines, the Ogden Rapid Transit and the Logan Rapid Transit. The line made it as far north as Preston, Idaho and by 1930, was in receivership and sold, becoming the Utah Idaho Central before being abandoned. This sealer from Hyde Park, Utah, just north of Logan may indeed be the only remaining sealer in existence from this electric line. In nearly mint condition, and hallmarked S.L. Stamp Works, it is truly a rare gem from the Cache Valley.

PRICE: $1,200.00

How To Order

 

 


 

 

 

© Pacific Railroad Antiques