7 is features a horizontal boiler over a simulated brickwork firebox. The firebox holds a distinctive burner that has a small spouted fuel container with a fuel line that runs down to two wick holders.The horizontal engine is attached to a flywheel. The Weeden Manufacturing Company was founded in New Bedford, Massachusetts by William M. Weeden in the early 1880s, originally producing a variety of tinplate household items. In 1884 it introduced the Weeden No. 1 Steam engine as a new and great premium for boys who were subscribers to the Youths Companion magazine. Weeden made over a hundred different models of toy steam engines until the company ceased operations in 1952. 7 Horizontal Steam Engine in Original Wooden Box 1890-1907 Era" is in sale since Tuesday, November 03, 2015. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Vintage & Antique Toys\Other Vintage & Antique Toys". The seller is "56caribbean" and is located in Sparks Glencoe, Maryland. This item can be shipped worldwide.