LGB 2019S C&S Mogul

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Sold for 300.00 GBP
AddictiveBiscuit

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After a bit of thought I’ve decided to sell my Mogul, it’s s nice enough loco but I prefer the LGB European stuff.

It’s fitted with factory sound and the previous owner put some real coal in the tender, only downside is that cylinder rod has snapped but it does not effect the locos running. I’d be looking for £300 (buyer pays P&P), it does have the original box as well. I would be willing to swap it (I’m not sure if that’s allowed though)

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AddictiveBiscuit

AddictiveBiscuit

Steam Locos, Armoured Vehicles and Aviation
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247
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North Lincolnshire
Price drop to £280 :)
 
dunnyrail

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At that price it is worth Europeanising it, some bits that are similar to the varying Pipes and thingamy jigs as to be seen on the forthcoming LGB RHB 2-8-0 will do nicely. Particularly the ? Just behind the Chimney. US Alco 2-6-0’s were used on a Railway within the Baltic Sea Area. It is not that big a may have been to assume that Baldwin managed to flog some 2-6-0’s after WW1 to struggling Metre Gauge Lines in Europe. They did sell a few to sundry Standard Gauge Railways in the UK. I did such a job to the Brown Pennsy one that I had, new Front Fall Plate, sundry pipe work and Black Re Spray changed it no end.
 
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I think that particular locomotive era is a Cooke before they became ALCO, but you probably knew that, hey dunnyrail.
The ? thing just behind the chimney or should I say 'stack' is called 'smoke' but you probably also knew that too. :giggle:
 
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Crosshead guides are a bit bent too. Remove, jig them straight (perhaps more so) and let it sit in a bowl of boiling hot water to soften until it cools.

 
AddictiveBiscuit

AddictiveBiscuit

Steam Locos, Armoured Vehicles and Aviation
13 Apr 2015
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North Lincolnshire
Crosshead guides are a bit bent too. Remove, jig them straight (perhaps more so) and let it sit in a bowl of boiling hot water to soften until it cools.

Oh dam! I've now seen that the lower crosshead has snapped off, I'm trying to downsize my collection thats my reason for selling it. I paid £270 for it (With the broken crosshead) I think I got robbed :speechless: I'd like a similar price back but nobody else is stupid enough to pay that price, only I would :D
 
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Oh, it is too. Once straightened it should do a reasonable glue job with a dab of zap-a-gap. New parts can probably be easily sourced as it is a current model anyway.
Sometimes on other models the valve rod breaks then all the gear hangs precariously.
Your's is a nice looking model. I have the DSP&PRR in glorious Christmas colour scheme.

When I bought mine it was sold on eBay as in new condition. It was OK but not in new condition. It even had one electrical slider missing. Then the seller went spacko at me when I insisted that he refund me the $40 that he scalped me extra on the shipping for driving to the post office. You get all types from the home of the brave!
 
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Sold for 300.00 GBP