It was a standard Baldwin design, and other narrow gauge locos of this size and type were built for railroads in the Western Hemisphere. Originally the locomotive was a class 112, this number reflecting the total weight of the locomotive, but eventually the D&RGW changed the classification numbers of their locomotives to reflect their tractive effort, and thus the classification of C-25.Interestingly, for a while the cab of this loco carried C-25-112 as its classification. The C-25 was affectionately known as the Baby Mudhen because its pulling power was close to that of the K-27 class, those engines being known as Mudhens.
The 375 when it was put into service in 1916 was the best steamer on the railroad at that time. Sadly, on June 21, 1949 the one and only C-25 on the D&RGW was scrapped at Alamosa, Colorado.1:20.3 Scale / 45 mm Gauge. Brass & Stainless Steel Construction. Two cylinders w/ drain water valve. Axle water pump w/ bypass valve. Hand operated water pump in tender. AL87-120B C-25 #375 Black, Unlettered, Butane/Ceramic.
AL87-121B C-25 #375 Black w/ Flying Rio Grande, Butane/Ceramic. AL87-122B C-25 #375 Green Boiler w/ Moffat Logo, Butane/Ceramic. The item "Accucraft Trains D&RGW C-25 2-8-0, 120.3 Scale, Live Steam, Butane" is in sale since Tuesday, July 23, 2019.This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Model Railroads & Trains\Narrow Gauge\Locomotives". The seller is "accucraftestore" and is located in Union City, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.