New, from the Erecting Halls of The Mission Valley and Pacific Railway in Sunny San Diego, comes Their #3! It's a Balwdin product from 1898, fitted with traditional Victorian-era embelishments, such as Polished Brass Cylinder Heads, Running Board edges and sand filler cap. Also converted to an oil burner in to provide more economical service in Southern California, bountiful at the time of this unveiling (1910). In a few days, she'll pull the Mission Valley and Pacific's Premiere Passenger Limited, the Imperial Valley Limited, Connecting Phoenix with San Diego via Palm Springs, Running across the desert in an unheard of 8-hour schedule. In about 45 Years, (that's 1955 Folks) she will be retired and put in storage, servicable, and perhaps one day, (1985-Present) she shall rise again from desert sands to race across the Imperial Valley. The NEW Outdoor Shots! The Original Shots: The Model was based on a Bachmann 4-6-0, with medium re-detailing, and A LOT of detail painting. So what does everybody think?