Good detective work, Wolf!
Wonder if one couldn't use the Kato Articulated coaches as a core? May have to work the Kato car sides somewhat...
Central Coast California "packing sheds"
I have about 6 of these still in the blister pack.... and more than that actually built.
Is this the first run SD-45?
Thanks gents, appreciate it!
Thanks for the info. I have had success with the SBS 8x12 speakers as well. Also meant to ask what part number on the Zimo decoder? This...
Overall impressive! What's equally impressive is the slow speed characteristics of that Zimo decoder. They (obviously) had the correct sound...
Great work, Wolf.... nice line up as well!
FYI, the SBS plates are "out of stock" currently.... :(
But, I'll keep in mind for the future!
Richard, I looked for this "dual beam plate" on the SBS site. I could not find it. Any assistance would be appreciated, thanks!
Yes, using a bay window "donor" does make things a little easier. When you say, "the Overnight used a c40-1 in 53", this is true since they came...
You mean something like this?......[ATTACH]
Good info Russell, thanks!
You may want to consider using a WOT 60' Coach as a "caboose" on the CM (Overnight). SP used these since they had steel wheels and could handle...
Actually, I'm just wrapping one up. Now just to download the "4449" FT File and play with the LokProgrammer to adjust CVs, etc.
Rick, that is correct as for "freight" F Units pulling freight. F Units may have pulled a passenger train if they were FP-7s. Which, by the way,...
SF Chief, good sources and a decent "synopsis".
Onizukachan, I model the Santa Margarita Sub. which includes the 16.6 mile grade (from SLO to...
The AC powered CME would be interesting. That said, a GS class loco would be more appropriate power for that train.
Regarding "time frame" of modeling; I know that the Lark cars were shopped between May 1949 & May 1952. I believe this involved the...
Lovin' the head end equipment! Sweet (y)