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Could this be the smallest switcher with a cab ever?:

http://38.media.tumblr.com/41e629cc4480e7778f3384a2d79bdea6/tumblr_naillh3RfG1qgvvn1o1_1280.jpg


Go ahead. Make a model fitted with RC. 

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Way cool.

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pipopak wrote:
Go ahead. Make a model fitted with RC. Jose.

What scale? ( no smaller than TT:glad:)



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Is that a cow-bell on the front of the cab ?


Nice pic Jose !


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I wonder what it wants to be when it grows up?     ;)







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PIMP MY RIDE BABY !!



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Could be a world record Jose. I'm guessing it's Stan Gge in which case I've never seen one smaller.

The wagons each side are interesting old relics, especially that to the right which I guess is about 1850's - 1860's.

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Holy cow...and it's 3 rail also!

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The 3rd rail is for traction current pickup !

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That top one looks like an old Ford or Massey Ferguson tractor that had been converted for rail use.



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