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    Hey everyone!

    I know I’m gonna sound like a “Gimmie Pig” here, but I am searching for some B&O stock to accompany K&L’s E27 and Q3. In particular, I know I have seen the curved topped boxcars and cabooses that are prototypically correct somewhere. Just asking for some guidance on where to find them. Thanks in advance everyone!
    PRRE6

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    There is not a lot of wagon top boxcars out there

    <kuid2:58422:15212:1> B&O wagon top v1
    <kuid:58422:100350> B&O wagon top v2
    <kuid2:58422:15213:1> B&O wagon top v3
    <kuid:58422:100351> B&O wagon top v4

    By whitepass on the DLS

    Not many B&O cabooses of any sort but as luck would have it all of them are archroof.

    <kuid:-25:27> B&O Cupola Caboose
    <kuid2:442211:100635:3> B&O Center Cupola Caboose 398
    <kuid2:442211:100629:5> B&O Center Cupola Caboose 2222
    <kuid:52255:100432> Bobber_Caboose_B&O_C1775

    All on the DLS

    Not many steam engines either

    <kuid:45588:4001> Baltimore & Ohio Q-1aa 2-8-2 4000
    <kuid2:45588:1353:1> Baltimore & Ohio 0-6-0 353
    <kuid:45588:4493> Baltimore & Ohio Q-4b 2-8-2 4493
    <kuid:45588:1197> Baltimore & Ohio 0-6-0 1197
    <kuid:45588:2100> Baltimore & Ohio EL-5 2-8-8-0 7145
    <kuid:45588:2079> Baltimore & Ohio P-3 4-6-2 5112
    <kuid:45588:4790> Baltimore & Ohio Q-3 2-8-2 4500
    <kuid:45588:4219> Baltimore & Ohio Q-1b 2-8-2 4219
    <kuid:45588:4744> Baltimore & Ohio S-class 2-10-2 6001
    <kuid:45588:5564> Baltimore & Ohio T-3a 4-8-2 5564

    All by cincysouthernrwy on the DLS

    <kuid:123250:100271> USRA Light 2-8-2 B&O #4501 - Cab Driver
    <kuid:123250:100319> USRA Light 2-8-2 B&O #4500 - AI/DCC
    <kuid:72938:100111> B&O #4470 2-8-2 Q4B Mikado Engine
    <kuid:72938:100113> B&O #4745 2-8-2 Q10-A Mikado
    <kuid2:45588:10227:2> B&O P-5 4-6-2 Pacific 5213
    <kuid:72938:100115> B&O #5302 4-6-2 P7 Pacific Engine

    By various artists on the DLS

    There are a couple of special engines

    <kuid:58422:100116> York
    <kuid:58422:100120> York Tender

    By whitepass on the DLS

    <kuid2:96914:420:3> Norris 4-2-0 B&O
    <kuid2:96914:421:3> Norris 4-2-0 Tender B&O

    By bdaneal on his Subpar Productions website.

    Last edited by normhart; October 10th, 2018 at 07:17 PM.
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    Jointed Rail did some nice USRA B&O stuff on their site and I think it is built into trainz a new era.
    Its Ktrain! For gods sakes its Ktrain! Typos are a thing you know!

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    That reminds me, JR has some freeware icebreakers



    There is a camelback on the DLS and a couple of tank engines around the web.
    Last edited by normhart; October 10th, 2018 at 08:25 PM.
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    Norm, where did you get those freight cars that go with the Norris?

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    prre6 --

    The Reporting Mark for the B&O is "BO". rgcx is a prolific uploader of rolling stock.

    If you use Manage Content to search the Download Station for Name = "BO" / Category = "Rolling Stock" / Author = "rgcx" you will find many box cars, reefers and a caboose.

    Phil
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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    Norm, where did you get those freight cars that go with the Norris?
    That is a repaint by steamdrivre of whitepass' 1820-1900 New Jersey Central jimmy.

    <kuid:58422:100233> jimmy
    <kuid:371339:100233> Jimmy (old)

    the second one is the one shown, they are on the DLS.

    According to whitepass' blurb consists of 100-200 cars were normal. That may have been well after the Norris' era.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philskene View Post
    prre6 --

    The Reporting Mark for the B&O i s"BO". rgcx is a prolific uploader of rolling stock.

    If you use Manage Content to search the Download Station for Name = "BO" / Category = "Rolling Stock" / Author = "rgcx" you will find many box cars, reefers and a caboose.

    Phil
    Oh! Nice find on that caboose!



    It's a wagontop! Excellent

    I would have sworn I'd seen a wagontop covered hopper somewhere but I just spent a half hour searching without any luck.
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    Thank you all so much for this! I found a lot of good assets so far! Where is that camelback? I remember it being on some sort of Brazilian site, but I couldn't find it on the DLS.
    PRRE6

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    Quote Originally Posted by philskene View Post
    prre6 --

    The Reporting Mark for the B&O is "BO". rgcx is a prolific uploader of rolling stock.

    If you use Manage Content to search the Download Station for Name = "BO" / Category = "Rolling Stock" / Author = "rgcx" you will find many box cars, reefers and a caboose.

    Phil
    Thanks for the shout-out, Phil.

    I appreciate it.

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    rgcx --

    And we all appreciate all the wonderful items of rolling stock you have given us. When I was searching for an adjective to use with your name I thought "prolific" sounded just tight. I hope you don't mind!

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by prre6 View Post
    Thank you all so much for this! I found a lot of good assets so far! Where is that camelback? I remember it being on some sort of Brazilian site, but I couldn't find it on the DLS.
    Huh, I thought it was on the DLS but nope. I used kuidindex and it couldn't find it either. I believe you are right, the author is worksim. I checked his website and it is shutdown. Ah, well too bad, he did some good work.

    The 0-4-0T is on bdaneal's site http://www.steammachine.com/bdaneal/sgdl.htm and the 0-6-0T is from The Backshops https://www.thebackshops.com/trains/...all_steam.html
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    The 0-4-0T is out of date, and T:ANE won't let me fix it easily. Is the 2-8-0 camelback anywhere online?
    PRRE6

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    Did anyone try to pm worksim? Looks like his last activity was as recent as August.....
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    Not sure, I don't think so. Phil did use the B&O stuff in his most recent vid too. Lol
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