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Vintage 1974 Brass, Copper STEAM LOCOMOTIVE TRAIN ENGINE Banthrico Coin Bank #Banthrico

Atlantic Coast Line 4-6-0 Tenwheeler, Class K-15, Steam Locomotive # 1028. The Class K-15 locomotives had 64 inch drivers and were used in freight service all around the railroad. These locomotives were know as a "Copper Head" on the ACL. Courtesy of the Chester Holley Photo Collection.

Coppernob - Furness Railway No.3, is a preserved English steam locomotive. It acquired its nickname because of the copper cladding to its dome-shaped "haystack" firebox.It was built in 1846 It is historically significant as the only survivor in the United Kingdom of this type. It is also one of the few items of rolling stock surviving from the Furness Railway whose Indian red livery it carries.

First set: No. 259 Steam Locomotive- black, early version with the red drive wheels and copper and brass trim, complete and all original, scratching and paint chips throughout, in very good condition. Tender - complete and all original, scratching and paint chips throughout, in good condition. Second set: No. 204 Steam Locomotive - black, complete and all original, in excellent condition. No. 2689W Whistle Tender - complete and all original, scratching and paint chips throughout, some spots…

200th Anniversary of the first steam locomotive by Richard Trevithick - 2004 http://www.royalmint.com/discover/uk-coins/coin-design-and-specifications/two-pound-coin/2004-steam-locomotive-anniversary

The "Tom Thumb," the first steam locomotive in America, reconstruction, built by Peter Copper. Its first succesful trip was made in 1830, from Baltimore to Ellicott Mills, Maryland.

I am building a steam locomotive out of copper. To watch the progress go to my blog http://precisioncopperart.blogspot.com

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