Rick S wrote: One of these is going to be built for the RC&RS, too.Cool. I like these way old things. They are really what I wanted to do in a larger scale than O when I got serious about model trains in 10th grade. It was far easier to do HO diesels, you fit in to the group very much more. And I never did find where to get wheels to build my own.
____________________ See y'all later, Forrest. Screw the rivets, I'm building for atmosphere
@Rick S >>One of these is going to be built for the RC&RS, too.<<
You can go to the museum and take measurements, maybe. Here's the pre-photoshopped photo. Tells you a bit about the railroad. BTW: Did you notice that this loco is a camelback? The engineer clearly stands above the boiler, and it is fired from the end of the carriage. Here's a description of loco and time the photo was taken( pages 55 and 56 )
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