. This old-time wood-burning logging locomotive began life as a plastic model kit to which I added a coil of hose (to put out fires along the line), a whistle and bell, an engineer, red-painted rerailers, rusted chains, Glanville decals, and a load of wood fuel. I don't recall if I added new steam and sand domes, but I might have done so. Finally, the 0-4-0 was airbrushed and heavily weathered using artist's chalks.
In November 2016 this little engine was transferred to a railroad in Annapolis, Maryland. — George P. Landow
Left: Here you saw it parked over the ashpit with its own hoist (on the far side of the engine). The hoist came from a British white metal kit, probably from Mike's Models. Right: Front view. [Click on images to enlarge them.]