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Vogelzang Railroad Potbelly Wood Burning Stove - PB65XL

Item Code: 5VZ-PB65XL

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Whether you are re-living fond childhood memories at the train station, or utilizing the small stature, this potbelly stove is a perfect edition to any space!

  • Burns both coal and wood
  • 8" Lift out cook lid for top loading
  • Draft controls on feed and ash doors
  • Convenient ash door and tray for easy clean out

The Railroad Potbelly Wood Stove captures the spirit of yesteryear with a familiar design seen in train stations years ago. The durable all cast iron construction allows for better heat radiation while assuring years of maintenance free performance. The Railroad Potbelly Wood Stove heats up to 1,500 square feet and offers a 200,000 BTU rating, making it the perfect heating element for any room. With the exception of the cast iron legs, the Potbelly comes fully assembled.

This old fashioned Wood Stove burns either coal or wood. It features a convenient ash door and tray for easy clean out and disposal and draft controls on the feed and ash doors. The Potbelly Wood Stove is topped with an 8" lift out cook lid for top loading and a spring handle that remains cool to the touch even when the cast iron body is piping hot. Some assembly required.

  • 6" Oval flue size
  • 200,000 BTU rating
  • Heats up to 1,500 sq. ft.
  • Cool touch spring handle

This item is not for sale in the state of California, Utah, and Washington. Customers are responsible for checking local codes and regulations prior to purchase.This stove is not approved for installation in mobile or manufactured homes.
Additional Information
  • Painted matte black
  • 200,000 BTU rating
  • Heats up to 1,500 Sq. ft.
  • 6" oval flue size
  • 100% Cast iron construction
  • Leg model
  • Swing away top
  • (1) 8" Lift out cook lid
  • Cool touch spring handle
  • Burns either coal or wood
  • Draft controls on feed and ash doors
  • Ash door and tray for easy clean out
  • Meets EPA requirements for"exempt" wood/coal burning appliances (stoves)
  • Exterior dimensions: 34" High x 22" Wide x 20" Deep
  • Firebox dimensions: 10" Deep x 10" High
  • Some assembly required
  • Not rated for Canadian use
Additional Information
BTU Heat Output (High Burn) Firebox Capacity Area Heated (sq. ft.) Log Size (max) Flue Diameter Burn Time
200,000 Holds 40 lbs Wood or Coal 1,500 14" 6" (Top) 4-6 Hours

Dimensions Firebox Chamber Dimensions Mobile Home Approved Door Opening Weight Catalytic Combustor
34" High x 22" Wide x 20" Deep 10" Deep x 10" High No 8" High x 10" Wide 216 lbs No

Clearances to Combustibles

Unit to Side wall 36"
Unit to back wall 36"
Unit Corner to Wall 36"
Pipe Connector to back wall 38"
Pipe Connector to Ceiling 18"

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Brand Vogelzang
Model PB65XL
Shipping Weight (lbs) 216.0000
Actual Weight (lbs) 216
Fuel Type Coal
Material Cast Iron
Manufacturers 1 year warranty

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Customer Reviews

Posted: 1/28/14

Reviewer: fred royle

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very very pleased

I have now had a chance to look over my pot belly stove and it is excellent condition I am very very pleased with this stove and the way you people handle your customers thanks again I am sure I and my friends will be ordering from you people in the near future thanks again. fred royle

Posted: 1/27/14

Reviewer: fred newfoundland

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this stove is unbelievable it is everying that people say it is the heat this stove puts out is un real northline express was excellent to deal with the people I delt with were excellent every thing they told was going to happen did when I got the stove it was in excellent shape as I was told it would be or if there was a problem call them as soon as possible make sure you follow all the instructions for instling this stove this stove will scare you with heat iknow

Posted: 1/5/13

Reviewer: Mountain Man

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Incredible quality for the price!

I've been using this stove for over a year now to heat my 1600sf home in the mountains of West Virginia. We do not have any other heat source warming the house. The efficiency and overall usability of this stove is amazing. My wife was worried about our first winter. temps can fall below 0 where we live and a cold house is not fun. This stove has become one of our favorite features of our home. When I saw the BTU rating, I thought it was a type-o, but let me assure you, if you fire this puppy up, it will cook you out of the house and force you to open windows. We use only seasoned firewood, and if you don't chop the wood yourself, you will spend about 400$ to heat you home for the entire winter. My neighbors spend almost that much each month.

The other upside is, due to the snow / ice storms we get (being on the east ridge of the mountain), when the power goes out for days, we can still cook hot meals and don't suffer at all. Friends and family come to stay with us during these storms all because of our stove.

We love our Vogelzang!

(ps. This is the first product review I have EVER written, it goes to show how much I love this stove.)

Posted: 1/15/10

Reviewer: Ralph

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We love it it is so cozy & cute.

Questions on Vogelzang Railroad Potbelly Wood Burning Stove - PB65XL

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  • From jane howard at 10/10/12 1:24 PM
    • We have this stove and wonder what we can do to make it airtight? We are getting a smoky smell even with dry wood. Thank You
    • Any non-airtight stove can't really be made to be airtight. There needs to be grooves in the door and door frame for the gasket to stay in and the door & frame need to be designed to be used with a gasket or the door won't close. If you are getting an odor from the wood stove then you are most likely getting a downdraft in your chimney. You could try using some Fireplace & Stove Deodorant; or for a longer term solution try fixing the downdraft problem. We have an article on that at; and several solutions at; and The Tjernlund Draft inducers are popular;
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  • From Mark M. at 3/4/14 9:40 PM
    • If there is a non combustible back (wall) of stone or brick can this stove be closer to that wall. same for side(s) As I am very limited on space. Thanks
    • Hi Mark, You can contact your local building inspector to verify that you can move the Potbelly Stove closer. I have heard that it can be moved closer when using DuraRock but you would want to make sure.
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  • From untillisasleeps at 3/15/14 3:59 PM
    • Hi, What size logs can the Railroad Potbelly stove use?
    • The firebox dimensions are 10"X10", so you would use about an 8" log.
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