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 Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2020 02:09 pm
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Ken C
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Thanks for the compliments on the model.


I built the model a number of years ago,

finally! last year I drafted up a set of plans for the building.


Will have to forward a few photos,

of the items I have managed to build for the interior.


Long way to go yet.  :)




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Nice modelling Ken. 

You are talented young fella.






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I was a young fella when I built the model,  :)
now getting closer to  :old dude:  status.  :)


Need to work out how to mount it into the layout,

so that it can be removed for a couple of shows later this year.


Figure I will at least pack it out,

for the joint Canadian Pacific / Great Northern Historical meet this Sept,

along with my Rotary and a few pieces of Kaslo & Slocan Railway rolling stock.




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If your contribution to ANGC 2019 is any guide,

you have not lost your touch.






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" Will have to forward a few photos,

of the items I have managed to build for the interior "



Hi    Ken  :wave:



You can tell I'm a dedicated Fan !  :bg:

( I'll be asking you for signed photos next )  ;)


I saved a copy of the 'Powerhouse Plan', from wherever you Posted it, ages ago ...  :old dude:





Here's another copy of the front view of the model, for a quick comparison.  L:




All kinds of interesting stuff going on inside !  L:  :brill::!:

I actually got a round to having a good look at the Powerhouse Floor Plan last night.  :time:



Have you made ... 'V' - Charging Rack (Miners' Lamps) ... yet ?  ???

Not needed in ... 'G' - Toilet ... As I see that has its own dedicated window !  :P



:moose: :moose: :moose: :moose: :moose:



Si.




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Si.

One of the interior items I have built, is the battery charging rack,

also the original main panel, and exhaust stack.


In various stages of construction, are the Fairbanks-Morse engine,

Ingersol-Rand 2 stage compressor, Westinghouse Generator,

and Pelton-Doble Turbine.


I am also working on the Pelton Governor,

which is the smallest piece to get done,

lots of small detail required.


The WC emptied into the runoff from the P-D Turbine,

so no concerns with blockage there.




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