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 Posted: Tue Dec 9th, 2014 07:36 pm
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Kent, sorry about the link in post 14 by yetter man...unfortunately, yetter is dead also...happened a few years back. He was a nice guy and left far too early. Maybe we can help, what are you looking for?

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 Posted: Wed Apr 22nd, 2015 08:51 am
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The Eritrean National Rwy. being the only one in the world without a regular schedule - have some interesting critters. Have a look at the next picture, too. BTW, if you're pondering to visit - Eritrea's also called Africa's Northern Corea...

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This one would make a nice model.
This one, also off the beaten track, is interesting. Those Brits were always good for an interesting surprise.

Wait...this one is hard to beat.

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That vertical boiler job is essentially your basic very early Class A Climax.

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Here is an On30 model T conversion I did a little over 40 years ago ( Hey - where did all that time go?)

A Matchbox Dicast car motorised with the motor and gears from a EggerBahn loco - originally this had Rivarossi steamroller wheels but I replaced those on the front truck with Kadee's and turned the rear set down a little





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This is one I started for my Gn15 line. It is a die cast Model T with trucks under it. Will be RC.



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I made this a few years ago for my On30 line. The power is in the trailer, and it runs with DCC.
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I made this a few years ago for my On30 line. The power is in the trailer, and it runs with DCC.
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Nice one.



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Here's one of ex-Mogollon Railway supt's Model T now operating on the Silver City NG. Shown here on Pinos Altos Creek trestle rounding Hairpin Curve. This car is powered by an old Grandt Line "Micro-Mo" drive and r/c. She's been around for about 10 years.

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