Live Steam - Accucraft US

These are Accucraft US products which are usually available through British retailers

Heisler – West Side Lumber No. 3

The prototype was built in 1899 as the Thomas S. Bullock for the West Side Flume & Lumber Company. It served as a mainline and logging engine on both the WSF&L and Hetch Hetchy & Yosemite Valley railroad. The #3 … More Info

‘DORA’ Live Steam 0-4-0T

‘Dora’ has been introduced as an entry level loco which offers ease of operation and compactness in one neat little package.  The freelance model has a twin-cylinder oscillating steam ‘motor’ between the frames.  It has a single flue, gas-fired boiler … More Info

‘EMMA’ Live Steam Brooks 0-4-0ST

Emma is a model of a Brooks industrial 0-4-0T.  Brooks Locomotive Works, of Dunkirk, New York was an important supplier of locomotives to railroads and industry. In 1901, Brooks and several other locomotive builders merged to become the American Locomotive … More Info

CLIMAX Live Steam logging loco

The Climax locomotive is a geared steam locomotive in which the two steam cylinders transmit power to driveshafts running to the front and rear trucks. Designed to compete with the Shay and later Heisler locomotives in logging and industrial roles, … More Info

‘IUKI’ Live Steam Plantation 0-4-2ST

The Accucraft Plantation 0-4-2 is an updated version of the Ruby design! This generic plantation engine has features that were common on all late 19th century Plantation locos. They were exported all over the world, and used mainly on Sugar … More Info

‘FORNEY’ Live Steam 0-4-4T / 2-4-4T

A recent addition to Accucraft’s ‘generic’ U.S. locos, the Forney 0-4-4 and 2-4-4 are bound to be popular with narrow gauge fans. The locos are both modelled in 1:20.3 scale and 45mm gauge in live steam. Like other fine products … More Info

‘IDA’ Ruby #3 Live Steam 0-4-0ST

Based on Ruby design, Ida will easily lend itself to kitbashing and cosmetic modification. The sheet-metal work (cab and tanks) are designed to be easily removed, leaving a complete running chassis and boiler ready for a new superstructure. With a … More Info

‘RUBY’#5 Live Steam 0-4-0ST

While not a model of any specific prototype, RUBY #5 is a simple locomotive based on Baldwin practice and is typical of small locomotives used on industrial and shortline railroads all over the world. This is an excellent engine for … More Info

‘RUBY’ #2 Live Steam 0-4-0T

While not a model of any specific prototype, RUBY is a simple locomotive based on Baldwin practice and is typical of small locomotives used on industrial and shortline railroads all over the world. This is an excellent engine for beginners … More Info