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can't helpwith the first train second train is a 4-6-2 wheel base Heavy Pacific i'm pretty sure. The third loco is a 4-8-8-4 challenger class locomotive famously known as the union pacific challenger. Hope i was of help, are these brass models or plastic models?
 

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photo #1 2-8-0 Consolidated class. Possibly brass,,looks like there is some brass.
photo #2,,,with the number on the tender that is usually AT&SF, a 4-6-2 Pacific class.
photo #3 looks like a Big Boy sans tender.

Those models are definately OLD models,they look old to me,any makers marks on them?
Usually someplace on the bottom,,like Rivarossi for example,,or look for "made in Austria" or someting like that.
 

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good to here i know most of my engine classes.:D:D:D jbsmith do you know what manufacturer made the consolidated class locomotive in real life not scale:D
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good to here i know most of my engine classes.:D:D:D jbsmith do you know what manufacturer made the consolidated class locomotive in real life not scale:D
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The Pennsylvania RR has been credited by some building the first 2-8-0s'.

Baldwin made many of them.
 
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