I hope this is the end of your electrical troubles.
I never thought I would have ever seen Southern units in Denver. WOW!
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Nuthin, zero, nadda, nope, zip, butkis. Didn't get one thing done..... But I did have a great time :)
One of those 14000ft trains?
Along with water being hard to find on occation out west, sometimes when you found it, it was very hard water, and left a lot of deposits, which...
From my archives an ex-SP tunnel motor and ex SLSF caboose.
Hope everyone had a great 4th of July weekend.
Thanks for the info guys. I have built a couple SD40-2's with the flared radiators, 7149, 6330 (Cat).
We in Grand Junction CO (BNSF GRAJUP) are completely dependent on overhead traffic or any "new customers", meaning on new track ( BNSF trackage...
Were these 2 types of Locos in service at the same time?
Decking material will cover the holes, no worries there. As for other details I don't know, can't think of any right at this moment.
Wow no more work for you. Sorry about that.
My decking will cover up the holes no worries.
Yea metal truck bolster plastic side frames will work.
The last notice 4 years back or so, from BT's was this car for 400+ bucks unpainted.
Of course steel trucks would work, at least they would stand up to a little stress too. With metal trucks if still under 200 bucks, it still a...
126 bucks is good for me, plus the steps will be robust enough to stand up with use. The mount holes will be easy enough to tap, and they more...
I like steel! Any idea how much $$ is lol.
How would the steel halves be joined?
I did know steel was even a print option.
And yes it is the turning tool.
I found another image and it confirms there was a stem winder hand brake on each end of the car.