Built from Anthony Sava's cute 2-6-2 instructions, with the 2-6-4 tender thrown in to boot. I think it looks much better than the original dark green model I built.
About this creation
Built in 1920 by Baldwin Locomotive Works for Brick Railway Systems (BRS for short), engine #4722 was one of a class of 53 engines numbered 4720 - 4773. This unusually low amount of engine's built was because of issues with the boiler design, which eventually led to the original order of 100 engine being cut with only 53 built, and the slack being taken up by the American Locomotive Company and it's 4-6-2's, which did not have this boiler type.
Engine Number: 4722
Engine Type: Steam, freight
Engine Class: Prairie
Designer: Baldwin Locomotive Works
Build Date: 1920
Builder: Baldwin Locomotive Works
Current Owner: Brick Railway Systems
Length (including tender): 52 studs
Width: 8 studs
Height: 9 1/3 bricks
Top Speed: 65 MPH