PRR 821 Camelback Locomotive/Tender

The only thing I could find for a PRR Camelback were 4-4-2's for a couple years around 1900. The PRR didn't like them, so they were sold to the LIRR around 1903. So really, this is a fantasy engine, so you could run whatever you like. 

-Michael R.

 

TCA 10-65677

 

Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there.

-Will Rogers

I usually pull a short freight train with my PRR 821, but I think a short passenger consist might be a bit more prototypical.  However, as mentioned above, the real 821 was a 4-4-2, and the model is the CNJ 4-6-0 painted for PRR (if you have the Lionel model like I do), so it's a fantasy engine and any consist would work.

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