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Locomotives

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Western & Atlantic RR
1855 "GENERAL"
(2005)
SMR's First Model

The most famous locomotive in the world,
the stolen engine of the
"Great Locomotive Chase"

See the GENERAL on Display at the
Southern Museum
of Civil War and Locomotive History
Kennesaw, GA

 

US Military RR
1863 "GENERAL HAUPT"
(2007)

See the GENERAL HAUPT on Display at the
US Army Transportation Museum, Ft. Eustis, VA.

Dioramas featuring the GENERAL HAUPT won first place
at a the 2-Rail National Convention, TWICE!
(2008, 2009)

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US Military RR 1863 "W.H. WHITON" (2007)

See SMR's W.H. WHITON on display
at the Petersburg National Battlefield Visitor's Center, VA

The WHITON is the only locomotive ever pictured pulling the Presidential Car
prior to its use as Lincoln's Funeral Car

 

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Central Pacific RR 1864 "ATLANTIC" (2007)

The ATLANTIC was the fifth locomotive purchased by the Central Pacific
to help build the Transcontinental Railroad.
It was sent from the Mason Machine Works of Taunton, MA
by sailing ship "Around the Horn" to San Francisco

 

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Western & Atlantic RR
1856 "TEXAS" (2008)

The "Gallant Pursuer", TEXAS raced after the GENERAL in reverse during the
"Great Locomotive Chase"

See SMR's TEXAS on Display at
the Southern Museum
of Civil War and Locomotive History
Kennesaw, GA


Virginia & Truckee RR
1875 #19 "TRUCKEE" (2009)

The "TRUCKEE" was part of a pair
of mogul-type freight engines purchased from
Baldwin to haul silver ore in Nevada.
SMR also produced the sister engine, #20 "TAHOE"

See SMR's TAHOE on Display
at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania Strasburg, PA

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Virginia & Truckee RR
1876 #23 "SANTIAGO" (2009)

Similar but not identical to the 1875 pair of mogul freight engines, the "SANTIAGO" and her sister engine "MERRIMAC" were ordered from the Baldwin works of Philadelphia in 1876.
SMR also produced the #24 MERRIMAC

The two engines were named for silver ore stamping mills in the hills of Nevada.


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Richmond & Danville RR 1862 "POCAHONTAS" (2010)

The "POCAHONTAS" started life as the "D.C. McCALLUM" of the US Military RR.
It was captured by Confederate troops and leased to the R&D by the CS government.

 

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U.S. Military RR 1864 "GENERAL McCALLUM" (2010)

The "GENERAL McCALLUM" was ordered from Mason as a replacement
for the captured "D.C. McCALLUM" (see above).
Named for the newly promoted commander of the USMRR, it featured
a portrait of that officer on the tender along with other elaborate decoration.

 

Rolling Stock

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Western & Atlantic RR
1860s 32' Boxcar (2005)

U.S. Military RR
1860s 32' Boxcar (2007)

 

Central Pacific RR
1860s-70s 25' Boxcar (2007)

U.S. Military RR
1860s 30' 9-Stake Flatcar (2007)

 

Western & Atlantic RR
1862 30' 5-Stake Flatcar (2007)

Central Pacific RR
1864-70 30' 4-Stake Flatcar (2007)

 

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SMR does not reissue or restock sold out items

 

 

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