HO - Steam Loco Kits
USRA Light Mikado
All loco kits, tender kits and superdetail kits are sold out and discontinued.
Most parts are available for repairing old locos.
had 26" by 30" cylinders, 63" drivers, and 200 pounds of
pressure. The original models weighed 290,800 pounds and had tractive force of
54,600 pounds. It cost $53,600. Starting in 1918, 1266 light mikados were
built. More than 50 different railroads used light Mikados. AC&Y,
A&WP, ACL, AGS, B&O, C&A, CCCSL, C&EI, C&IM, CGW, CNR,
CNOTP, GR&I, GT, GTW, KO&G, LE&W, L&HR, L&N, MC, MEC, MID
VAL, M&O, MONON, NYC, OCAA, OSL, PRR, PM, P&WV, RI, RUT, SAL, SLSF,
SOU, T&OC, C&O, D & TSL, FEC, GA, GM&O, MGA, MP, NCSL, NKP,
NdeM, T&P, UP, WAB, WofA.
& Tender Kit
(includes super detail parts)
Includes over 60 brass detail
parts. All the holes in body and tender are drilled for the brass superdetail
parts. No soldering is required. All super detail parts may be glued to
the zinc casting using your favorite glue (ACC, Goo, Ambroid, etc.).
here for price Lists
Power Bowser DC-71 motor
Total Weight Loco & Tender 1 lb. 12 oz.
Total overall length of engine & tender 11 1/8"
Height 2 1/16"
Minimum Radius 18"
Instructions for USRA Light Mike