East Bay Model Engineers Society
Motorman Ken Shattock at the "ANTIOCH" control panel, operating various 1/4-inch scale, O-gauge trolleys and interurban cars. Eastbay Model Engineers Society in Oakland, CA., circa-1970. The O-scale layout was a little under 130 x 75 feet. Cars drew their 18 vdc power from the overhead wire per the prototype.
Ken Shattock with his one-inch scale 6-2-0 British 'CRAMPTON' in Oakland, CA., 1973. CRAMPTON was the 19th locomotive constructed by Victor Shattock and was completed in 1969. The Prototype is circa 1845. The smaller brass loco sitting next to the CRAMPTON is a 1/4-inch scale, O-gauge model of a Southern Pacific GS-1 4-8-4 that was built by EBMES co-Founder and GGLS member Walter I. Brown. It too was Live Steam and burned denatured alcohol for fuel.