Lot Details & Additional Photographs
An "O" gauge partial set of cast iron and tin plate engine #17 with clockwork mechanism, no key present; #11 tender; #60 Baggage and #62 Passenger "Harvard" (good condition but for one car with roof scrapes); (17) sections of track; 1925-30 electric standard gauge, partial set, pressed steel, olive brown Motor 3236R, Pullman 184, 185, 186; lumber car; caboose 320-195; Ives Union Station
Ives electric pullman 13 in.From the Estate of the late Dr. & Mrs. George A. Engstrom, Concord, North Carolina
Ives Manufacturing Co. was in business 1868-1932. Ives began producing the first "O" gauge trains in the United States to run on sectional track. Although other companies produced electric trains, Ives chose to use clockwork probably because many homes lacked electricity.
Several cars with paint loss especially engine and caboose; station building fair condition.