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LIONEL 2025 Steam Locomotive with 2466WX Tender - Early 1947 - 027 Gauge -(sorry SOLD)
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LIONEL 2025 Steam Locomotive with 2466WX Tender - Early 1947 - 027 Gauge -(sorry SOLD)
LIONEL 2025 Steam Locomotive with 2466WX Tender - Early 1947 - 027 Gauge -(sorry SOLD)
LIONEL 2025 Steam Locomotive with 2466WX Tender - Early 1947 - 027 Gauge -(sorry SOLD)
LIONEL 2025 Steam Locomotive with 2466WX Tender - Early 1947 - 027 Gauge

The Lionel 2025 Steam Enginewas referred to as the K4 Pacific steam engine. This is the early 1947 model, the most desired of the 2025 steam engines. There were two production runs, the first being 1947 through 1949 and a second, single year run in 1952.

The production run in 1947 consisted of a 2-6-2 wheel arrangement, with detailed driving wheel hardware, three-position E-unit, smoke, aluminum smokestack, baldwing disk drive, die-cast trailing truck, ornamental bell and headlight. The number on the keystone on the boiler front was 2025 or 5690. Our locomotive is the 2025.

Initially, the whistling tender was numbered 2466WX. Later, in 1947, it was changed to 6466WX. The number change corresponds to a change in coil coupler on the 2466WX to magnetic couplers on the 6466WX. Our tender is the earlier model 2466WX, with the coil coupler, as well as the railing around the rear deck .

Looking at the underside, there is a metal plate which reads, " "O" Guage Locomotive. Lubricate as per instructions. The Lionel Corporation, N.Y. Made in U.S. of America". As the pictures show, this set is in especially nice used condition, appears to be intact, with minimal paint scratches or signs of wear.

Considering the estimated 60+ years age of this car, I am amazed at the nice condition. These were designed for children to play with, yet it has survived without the amount of rust and dents and damage one would expect. If it has been repaired or restored in any way, it has been with the utmost care.

Please note: We have not tested any of the model trains on the website, as I unfortunately lack the knowledge to test them without damaging them, and I do not have the necessary track or transformers. I can say that the trains currently on this site came from a single collection in my family, and the owner would have likely maintained them. However, I must state that they are sold "as is". I try very hard to accurately describe the items on this site. However, if you have any questions, please email us by using the Contact tab on our Home page. I will be happy to provide additional pictures and answer any questions you may have.
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