OK
Delete ?
Warning: Adult Content
The content you were about to view is not suitable for minors.
The page that you are trying to access contains adult content, which may not be suited for minors. Please verify that you are aware of this, and are within legal age limit to access this content. Note that we take no responsibility for any content if you decide to proceed to this page as a minor.
Leave this page
I am an adult, continue
ATSF No. 3000 2-10-10-2 Steam Locomotive
Published 5 months ago
Drag & Drop

*.jpg or *.png
or browser file
Images posted in this section must comply with the Mecabricks rules. Please read carefully the rules before publishing.

by

No renderings uploaded yet
206
7
About
Inventory
Share
Built from two Baldwin 2-10-2 steam locomotives, this mallet articulated steam locomotive used on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway was consider the world's largest between 1911-1914.
Download model inventory: CSV | Bricklink XML
1837 pieces
Part
Image
Quantity
Name of the part
Direct Link
Embed Viewer
6 comments
Post comment
Login to comment
HMHS_Britannic
2 months ago
This is amazing! Can it go around lego track curves? I mean, it obviously pivots, but still.
r2d2j2b2
2 months ago
@HMHS_Britannic
Thanks
It could possibly but unlikely.
Even though the locomotive is articulated it's intended to go on custom track that has a wider radius. However, I could modify it to run on R40 curves, but the boiler will swing out on the sharp curves, so it would need a lot of clearance.
TanksdaName
2 weeks ago
you know, you should try to make the Big Boy 4-8-8-4. its one of my personal favorites, and i think it could look quite cool in lego form
40 models | 3.5k views
Suggested Models
Flaming Hot Strip Weathers
by Dat_Boi_Scopes
Cars For My Challenge
by Lax_Swag5
Casa nivel 2 - Parte 2
by Profesor_Mario