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Reading B4a class 0-6-0T Steam Switcher #1251
Built by the Reading shops in 1918 for the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad #1251 was pieced together with parts from a previous 2-8-0 consolidation. She was well liked by crews and served for 45 years performing switching duties at the Reading shops. Upon her retirement from the Reading in 1963 #1251 was used for a short time pulling passenger excursions on the Maryland and Pennsylvania RR before being acquired by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission in 1968. #1251 is now preserved and on display at The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
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#1251 is now preserved at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg' PA.

#1251 performing switching duties in Readings yard.

Here #1251 is switching some cars on IndyLUG's train layout at Brickworld 2008


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  July 14, 2010
Very nice engine!
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  January 9, 2010
Could you please send me some instructions on how to make this engine?
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  June 29, 2009
Great work! It looks a little cluttered, but at the same time a very detailed model! Trains should be more popular...
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  June 2, 2009
Awesome little engine. As previously mentioned, lots of attention to detail. Nice Job!
Cale Leiphart
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thomas neumiller
  December 30, 2008
Very nice, It's a small, but realistic-looking engine.
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  December 30, 2008
Good work.I like it.
By Cale Leiphart
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