Aristo-Craft's Rogers 2-4-2 Locomotive is patterned after a steam engine constructed by the Rogers Locomotive Works prior to the turn of the 20th century. The Rogers 2-4-2 holds the distinction of being one of the first engines to run on the New York City elevated lines.
Classic C-16 2-8-0
These cars pioneered the use of all welded construction and made their debut in 1940. American Car and Foundry (ACF) made the first car as a demonstrator and the concept was rapidly adopted by railways carrying bulk dry products.
The Pacific 4-6-2 Steam Locomotive is an accurate representation of Pacific type Steam Locomotives built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia in 1927, as the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad's "President" Class 4-6-2 Steam Locomotives.
The Mallet is a wonderfully huge locomotive. It would look great on a big layout with generous curves. Built on a pair of 4-axle ball-bearing equipped power bogies, the Mallet is sure to raise the bar and create a higher standard for all G-Scale steam locomotives.
The Mikado 2-8-2 steam locomotive is no longer available.
Live Steam Mikado 2-8-2
We are unable to supply the Live Steam Mikado ART-84100 series because it uses a radio control system that does not comply with Australian regulations.
The Electro-Motive Division of General Motors produced the E-8 locomotive in the 1950s for use on passenger trains. The E-8 proved to be extremely popular on American railways. Aristo-Craft's superbly detailed model includes working headlights, detailed cab, smoke unit and metal fittings.
Meet the new large scale diesel loco from Aristo-Craft Trains. With proven design features, powerful engineering and a variety of popular road names, the GP-40 Diesel will be the star performer on your railway for a long time to come!
GE Dash-9 44CW
In 1993 General Electric introduced the Dash-9 for the domestic and international market. The Dash-9 was the right locomotive at the right time. Tremendous growth and change within the railway industry since the early 1990s created a need for new locomotives. The Dash-9 became the locomotive of choice for many major railways.
In 1966 the Electro-Motive Division of GM introduced the 3600 horsepower SD-45 for the domestic locomotive market. With its distinctive flared radiators, the SD-45 captured a large share of new locomotive production during the late 1960s.
The Aristo-Craft GE U25-B Diesel Locomotive is an accurate reproduction of the U25-B built by General Electric 's Transportation Systems Division of Erie, PA. GE built 476 of these 2500 horsepower locomotives for use on railways in the USA and Mexico.
The original road switcher, this is the engine that started it all. The early 1940s saw a requirement for an engine that was as flexible in the yard as on the road. ALCO of Schenectady turned the still new diesel world on its head with the RS-3.
Starting immediately after the end of World War II, ALCO built hundreds of these 1500 horsepower diesel locomotives for use on railways in the USA, Mexico, South America, Cuba, and Canada.
Centre Cab Switcher
Need a small diesel for light duty switching operations on your layout? The Aristo-Craft Centre Cab Switcher is what you need. Small enough to negotiate almost any curve, yet powerful enough to pull long trains, the Centre Cab Switcher is a must for any layout.
Lil' Critters were used primarily in factories to move around rolling stock left off by the mainline systems for the factory to load and unload. The Lil' Critter manages tight curves that larger diesels can't negotiate and is a useful addition to any layout.