Maxitrak Allchin 3/4" Scale, propane/butane gas fired model traction engine. Fine scale, live steam capable of pulling a scale load!
Based on The prototype for this model is an agricultural traction engine built by Allchin in their well known "Globe" steam works, Northampton, England. This engine has typical Victorian characteristics of the period, with a short smokebox, straight back tender, smaller front wheels and "dumpy" looking boiler.
This sort of engine would be in general agricultural use, particularly working threshing machines and other equipment with a belt drive off the flywheel. There was a choice of power, this being the 7 nominal horse power version built in 1893.
Our model faithfully represents this classic design in 3/4" Scale, it is gas (propane/butane) fired, single cylinder with full working valve gear, displacement lubricator, working steering & a wealth of detail parts. Capable of pulling up to 12 stone on level ground!
Enjoy all the thrills of running a live steam model! There are wide range of accesories and adaptations for this model available, including conversion sets, lamps, nameplates and starter sets.
Length 314 mm
Width 140 mm
Height 214 mm
Weight 3.5 Kilos (Dry)
Scale 3/4" to 1Ft