They did produce a B&O switcher based on a specific prototype as well as an NP articulated.This switcher and their Consolidation/Ten-wheeler (with a common superstructure), now is available from Bowser, the only model(s) of these to still be available.Varney was a United States manufacturer of model railroad equipment.The company was founded by Gordon Varney in 1936 in Chicago, IL.
Early HO loco kits were hampered by the large size of the motors then available and this prototype offered the largest cross section for any steam switcher.
In 1936 Varney began manufacturing his HO kits made of paper and wood.
The box cars had paper sides which were photographically reproduced from pictures he took in the Los Angeles railroad yards.
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