12 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

Live steam scratch built Traction engine. As inspected. Length 54 cm height 43 cm

A large scale mounted model train 'The model Engineer locomotive' unboxed, possibly scratch built, (deterioration in places), 55 cm long

A scratch built 3 1/2 inch gauge 0-4-2 live steam locomotive, 'Horatio' untested, with detailed cab and backhead fittings, vacuum hoses, handrails and steps, in green livery, with the name plate 'Horatio' to both sides, displayed on a section of track, the

Scratch built all brass traction engine model, steam powered, by Joseph Gowland West Rainton 1909, 80 cm length

Scratch built wooden Lighthouse model. Made by lighthouse keeper R.Coates of Annandale. Inscription to base. Compartment for battery. Height 30 cm

Two various wooden toys. Cat band music box; and scratch built acrobat. Height 29 cm. (Acrobat)

A vintage scratch built wooden model of the Union Steam Ship Co. Ship 'Wairarapa' aka the 'Ship of Fate' sunk off great Barrier Island on October 29th 1894. Together with a story board and a framed letter and ticket that is dated 28th Oct 1894. Internal li

A scratch built wooden Ship of the GBA line Combination freight and passenger Doulos painted blue and white. on a twin pedestal stand. Reputably the world's oldest active ocean-going passenger ship. Length 112 cm

Cut-Away Model: Amazingly crafted and detailed, scratch built cutaway model of a steam engine in 3รณ inch gauge. Probably a teachers aid for sheet metal apprentices. This model is a great Collectors item as well as an incredible decorators piece. Heavy cast

Scratch built clockwork gauge 1 Gnr 0-6-2 special tank locomotive Australian, green livery, with brass maker's plate to base inscribed 'Concordia Works No. 5 N.S. Feb 1954'. Provenance: This locomotive was reputedly constructed at the former Concordia Tram

A scratch model steam launch 'Branksome' 1896, Windermere built by Bob McKibbin, Titirangi, Auckland, 1980, displayed on the original stand. Length 129 cm. Height 34.6 cm