Clishay Live Steam Logging Locomotive SOLD ON EBAY
Clishay Live Steam Logging Locomotive
I have owned this 7-1/2 gauge Clishay logging locomotive for about seven
years and it has always run very well. The overall dimensions of the
locomotive are 44" long x 12" wide x 38" to the top of the stack. Features
include a Worthington steam pump, 2 pop-off valves set at 100 lbs and an
excellent working injector. The boiler runs very well with wood or coal.
Other working parts on this locomotive are a steam whistle, head light,
brass bell, forward and reverse gears, manual hand-operated brakes and a
stack blower. The tender dimensions are 36" long x 12" wide and 16' high.
Bob Maynard wrote articles for Live Steam Magazine and originated the
Clishay project in 1977. The name "Clishay" comes from combining Climax and
Shay. He drew up the plans, wrote the articles and built a locomotive, all
of which took about a year. This locomotive was completed about ten years
ago using Bob Maynard's plans.
My SR&RL #24
My 7.5" gage 3.75" scale Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes 2-6-2 "Prairie" type
live steam locomotive #24! The loco alone weighs 2,016lbs (dead weight),
not including the 200lbs tender (dead weight)!