HO Scale Marion Power Shovel Mining Bucket Flatcar Load
HO Scale Marion Power Shovel Mining Bucket Flatcar Load
HO Scale Marion Power Shovel Mining Bucket Flatcar Load
HO Scale Marion Power Shovel Mining Bucket Flatcar Load
HO Scale Marion Power Shovel Mining Bucket Flatcar Load
HO Scale Marion Power Shovel Mining Bucket Flatcar Load
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HO Scale Marion Power Shovel Mining Bucket Flatcar Load

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  • Model of mining shovel bucket freight load
  • Perfect flatcar load headed for your mining industry or factory model.
  • Manufactured in USA
  • Measures Approx 55.9 x 37.7 x 45 mm LxWxH 
  • Manufactured from a grey acrylate polymer. Paint and detail as desired
"The Marion Steam Shovel Company built the primary tools for America's civil engineering for more than 100 years. Founded in 1884 by Henry M. Barnhart, George W. King, and Edward Huber, the company's patent steam shovels helped revolutionize railway and road construction, and were used in the building of the Panama Canal, Hoover Dam, and the Holland Tunnel. "The Shovel" also built ditchers, log loaders, dredges, and draglines, including some of the largest land vehicles ever built. The first electric machine was built in 1915, but it was not until 1946 that the name was changed to Marion Power Shovel. In the mid-twentieth century, "The Shovel" employed 2,500 workers. In the 1960s, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration selected Marion to build the crawlers that transport spacecraft to their launch pads. Hundred-year rival Bucyrus International acquired and closed the company in 1997." -Ohio Historical Marker 13-51, on Center Street Marion Ohio.

Other items in photos are for size comparison purposes only and are not included.

Scale model is for display and operating model railroad load / modelling and is not a child's toy.  Static model only, no moving parts.
 
FRAGILE. 

For use by railroad modelers age 14 minimum.

Imagine your layout with this massive bucket on a flatcar headed for your industrial facility or strip mine.