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0-4-0 Steam Switcher 3740 MOD
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This was originally set 3740, Small Locomotive from the My Own Train series. I revamped the 2001 set, adding Big Ben Brick medium wheels and working pistons courtesy of Hunter Dobbs. LDD File included!
About this creation
Engine Number: 3007
Engine Type: Steam, switcher
Configuration: 0-4-0
Engine Class: SW-17
Designer: Baldwin Locomotive Works
Build Date: 1923
Builder: Baldwin Locomotive Works
Current Owner: Brick Railway Systems
Length: 17 studs
Width: 8 studs
Height: 10 1/3 bricks
Top Speed: 45 MPH

Built in 1923 by Baldwin Locomotive Works for Brick Railway Systems (BRS), engine 3007 was part of a 250 strong class of switchers made for the tight industrial & dockyard trackage of Brick Railway Systems. The class spread from number 3000 to 3250. They were painted in classic BRS black with a red stripe along the base.

NOTE: All four of the wheels are removed from them LDD model. The proper parts are available at the Big Ben Bricks website, and are not in LDD. (You need four of the "Medium Flanged Drivers")The number of the engine (3007) goes on the side of the boiler, while the letters "BRS" go on the side of the cab.

Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)


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  April 9, 2015
Updated to have working pistons on 4/9/15.
By Murdoch 17
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