HO Scale Sternpost Casting USS Columbia Cruiser Navy Ship
HO Scale Sternpost Casting USS Columbia Cruiser Navy Ship
HO Scale Sternpost Casting USS Columbia Cruiser Navy Ship
HO Scale Sternpost Casting USS Columbia Cruiser Navy Ship
HO Scale Sternpost Casting USS Columbia Cruiser Navy Ship
HO Scale Sternpost Casting USS Columbia Cruiser Navy Ship
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HO Scale Sternpost Casting USS Columbia Cruiser Navy Ship

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  • Accurate model of cast steel Stern Post from USS Columbia (C-12) protected cruiser navy ship. 
  • Perfect for flatcar load headed for your shipbuilding industry or salvage.
  • Manufactured in USA
  • Measures Approx 71.7 x 11 x 62.2 mm LxWxH
  • Prototype weight 49,520lbs
  • Paint and detail as desired

"The Standard Steel Casting Company of Thurlow, PA, have just completed and shipped an open hearth cast steel stern post for the United States cruiser "Columbia," now in course of construction by the Cramps*.  It is claimed that this is the largest steel casting ever made in this or any other country.  The casting is in one piece and weighs 49,520 pounds."  - The Iron Age, April 20, 1893 p. 901.

Other items in photos are shown for size comparison ONLY and are Not included. 

Scale model is for display and operating model railroad load / modelling and is not a child's toy. 

FRAGILE. 

For use by railroad modelers age 14 minimum.

Imagine your layout with this massive and unusual casting on a flatcar headed for your ship building facility.
*William Cramp & Sons Ship & Engine Building Company of Philadelphia Pennsylvania.