Live Steam Model Boston & Albany 4-6-6 "402" Locomotive, Everett W. Clem, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, 1945, 1/16-scale replica of a 3 1/2 gauge locomotive, tank-type engine used on the Boston & Albany commuter lines, four-inch diameter spoked driving wheels, single cylinder, one gallon tank capacity, iron track mounted to a mahogany base, original working blueprints, early photographs and publication material, ht. 13, wd. 8, lg. 42 in.
Note: This model burned anthracite screenings, produced 100 pounds of steam pressure and achieved a top speed of ten miles per hour. The "402," with over 1,000 separate parts, was made by Mr. Clem over a four year period and 2,000 hours of labor.
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