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    I was wondering why there was such a difference in look to Togogs number 450 and Prowlers Mudhens . Correct me if I am wrong, but these are of the later K 27's design, whereas it appears that number 450 by Togog is of the original side valve design. It nice to have versions of both i must admit, but I think i prefer the later look.







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    Prowler did a large number of K-27s in their later years with either piston or slide valves accordingly. Togog did a handful of them, 450 and 451 are in their very early appearance, complete with slopeback tenders and large box headlights, with 450 being as built with Vauclain compound cylinders and 451 after the conversion to regular cylinders with slide valves.
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    bdaneal also has a single K-27 available on his Subpar Productions site.



    Needs a bit of work I think. He also has six C-18s.
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    New work on the Timber ridge
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    Something I should have thought of long ago. sssjung's 600mm/2ft rolling stock on the Gossen R.R.











    Some of this stuff would be handy on sugar cane routes too.

    Edit: Yes, sssjung's locos look pretty good on a cane route. The addition of 4 (5 actually, I missed one) steamers is nice and you can never have enough tiny diesels so a couple of more is nice too.



    His water tanker is awesome.



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    LOL, Owners of Murwillumbah Sugar Co. take potential investors on a tour of the fields in their vintage rolling stock.











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    nice diesel sugar loco


    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    LOL, Owners of Murwillumbah Sugar Co. take potential investors on a tour of the fields in their vintage rolling stock.


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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Something I should have thought of long ago. sssjung's 600mm/2ft rolling stock on the Gossen R.R.











    Some of this stuff would be handy on sugar cane routes too.

    Edit: Yes, sssjung's locos look pretty good on a cane route. The addition of 4 (5 actually, I missed one) steamers is nice and you can never have enough tiny diesels so a couple of more is nice too.



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    Looks a nice route, especially the forested sections.is it on DLS ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangavel View Post
    Looks a nice route, especially the forested sections.is it on DLS ?
    The forested section is <kuid2:44700:800045:6> Northbay County TS12 with the original trees replaced with speed trees. The other route is a sugar cane route that I've been customizing for years based on <kuid:68830:100029> NSW North Coast
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    I thought he'd only done one tender engine for 600mm gauge. The other versions of that were meant to be 760mm gauge, weren't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thule_P View Post
    I thought he'd only done one tender engine for 600mm gauge. The other versions of that were meant to be 760mm gauge, weren't they?
    I believe you are correct Thule_P. I thought that the BR 99 was 600mm but it is clearly marked 760mm, my bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NSWGR_46Class View Post
    nice diesel sugar loco
    It is nice, thank you for making it.
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    I gotta say the old routes look better in TANE (above) than in TRS19 (below)



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    I love it when stuff works.

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