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The model was built in Ludwigshafen, Germany and finished on January 1934 by Jahns Vogel. The builder?s plate is on the model. Model Track and Frame is is 74 inches long x 16 inches wide x 2 inches high. Engine and tender are 64 inches long x 12 inches high x 9 1/2 inches wide. Live Steam model Comes complete with the pictured tender and display track. A sturdy plywood shipping case is included - total weight is 270 pounds. I Believe that the Scale is larger than 3/4 inches = 1 foot. Track measures 3 ½ inches inside to inside PACIFIC FRISCO 1934 STEAM MODEL 4-6-2 LOCOMOTIVE The St. Louis?San Francisco Railway (reporting mark SLSF), also known as the Frisco, was a railroad that operated in the Midwest and South Central U.S. from 1876 to 1980 The St. Louis and San Francisco Railway was incorporated in Missouri on September 7, 1876. It was formed from the Missouri Division and Central Division of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. After bankruptcy, the Frisco emerged as the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad, which was incorporated on June 29, 1896. This company, too, went bankrupt; on August 24, 1916, the company was reorganized as the St. Louis?San Francisco Railway. The St. Louis?San Francisco Railway had two main lines: St. Louis ? Tulsa ? Oklahoma City and Kansas City ? Memphis ? Birmingham. The junction of the two lines was in Springfield, Missouri, which also played home to the company's main shops facility. Other lines included Springfield ? Kansas City (via Clinton, Missouri); Monett, Missouri (Pierce City) ? Wichita, Kansas; Monett, Missouri ? Paris, Texas; St. Louis ? River Jct., Arkansas (Memphis, Tennessee); Tulsa, Oklahoma ? Dallas, Texas; Tulsa, Oklahoma to Avard, Oklahoma; and Lakeside, Oklahoma ? Hugo, Oklahoma ? Hope, Arkansas. The Frisco merged with the Burlington Northern Railroad on November 21, 1980. The Frisco merged with the Burlington Northern Railroad on November 21, 1980. The original Frisco 1934 Pacific 4-6-2 Locomotive was built by The Baldwin Locomotive Works. The Baldwin Locomotive Works was an American builder of railroad (railway) locomotives. It was located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania originally, and later in nearby Eddystone, Pennsylvania. Although the company was very successful as a producer of steam locomotives, it was unable to make the transition to diesel power. It stopped producing locomotives in 1956 and went out of business in 1972
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