Unreleased Rogue Locomotive Works Steam...

CNE1899 Feb 17, 2019

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    Rory,
    Spoke with my dad the other day and he mostly agrees with what I said in post #19. As soon as I figure out how I want to handle the money transaction part, I will start selling some items on the swap meet. I will also talk with Rob about setting aside some pieces for prosperity.
    Scott
     
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    Thank you Scott

    I've got a Nelson Gray F7a and gondola. Can't find it. Same with an SP Rogue GP38.

    Maybe I'm not the right guy for preserving this. But, I do love the early stuff. Brings back memories.
     
  3. strummer

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    If you do find them, I for one would really like to see them! (y)

    Mark in Oregon
     
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  4. CNE1899

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    Okay, I'm back from a visit with my dad. I showed him this thread, and he agrees with everything I have written so far.
    Just a little more information regarding the cast steam locomotive details, they were cast by the gentleman from London Bridge.

    Regarding the GP-5s, there are five castings. If anyone is interested I will be selling them.

    Last, we went through his diesel stock. All these diesels are Rogue Works GP-38-2s. He has two-three complete units (shell with railings and motor). He has twenty plus shells (most are marked Southern) He has railing kits in etched brass and plastic. The shells are in various stages from unpainted to drilled for railings to complete.
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    Anyone interested?
     
  5. Kurt Moose

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    I am! Especially the GP5!
     
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    Any update on these? I still have the G-5s steam shell, just been looking for a good Marklin chassis but they keep going up in price!
    Those old Rogue GP38-2 shells are what got me into Z-scale so many years ago, when I first saw them!(y)
     
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  7. CNE1899

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    Kurt,
    I recently went thru a bunch of Z scale stuff with my dad. I am going to post for sale all the GP-38 shells he has (dozens), motors in various states of completion, and others bits and pieces. I sold two complete GP-38s to someone on this site this summer. As soon as I get my act together, there will be more. There are still four more G-5 shells as well.
     
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    It is interesting to see a high quality motor in these locos yet whatever transitioned into the MTL F7 wasn't.
     
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    Bid'ness is Bid'ness, and there's No Compassion in Bid'ness! :D
     

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