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    Just curious as to if thats a fictional 2-8-2 or a prototype. I ask because of the 3 dome. I know ones a sand dome and the other is a steam dome. But the third?

    As for me. The engines done. Just got a few patches on the tender mesh to fix then add rivets and arn and a texture library for both.
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    great models everyone
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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman7616 View Post
    Just curious as to if thats a fictional 2-8-2 or a prototype. I ask because of the 3 dome. I know ones a sand dome and the other is a steam dome. But the third?
    This locomotive is a amalgamation of UP, DM&IR and USRA prototypes, and it is fictional. It's designed or my fictional railroad, the Minnesota and Northern. The 3 domes was taken from the UP MK series, the 3rd one is possibly another sand dome. Not entirely sure though.

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    Ah gotcha. Never seen a steamer with 3 domes before. Granted I have really looked up UP steam before.

    Heres my amalgamation. Need to adjust some piping.

    This my T&E 2-8-2 with different parts.

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    Looks good. I still got a lot more work to do on mine before shes ready to hit the road.

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    Look on the bright side. No boiler means no mandated 15 yr inspection lol

    But seriously. Its looking good. If the boiler dont export. I wonder if its flipped?

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    Looking good guys. Keep up the good work!
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    Renders are looking good folks!

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    With the Boiler being the only thing that didn't export, my first guess is the normals are flipped backwards. But at the same time, if that were the only issue you'd be able to see the other side of the boiler through where the near side should be. Chance, loving your 2-8-2, somewhat reminds me of my K-6, obviously not the same though. lol

    Just to keep my post on-topic, I shall include the last render of the K-6 I did before the hard drive decided to go kersplat. (fingers crossed for data recovery)


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    UP steam was always a little different, and thats the same thing that i like so much about GN steamers. Nice shots Trainman, that modded 2-8-2 is looking nice. Sometimes i wonder if its just me, but does having an Elesco feedwater heater on that one somehow make it look more 'balanced' in a way? Then again i kinda have a soft spot for that setup on steamers, it always did look nice and gave them a rather formidable appearance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by USSc1798 View Post
    Renders are looking good folks!

    Been working on more Western Pacific Stuff...
    Austin those are lookin good! I take a GP7 and SW1000?
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    Probably the final version. Just need to finish the cab windows.

    Last edited by trainman7616; March 15th, 2018 at 08:54 PM.

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    Trainman7616, daylightrain:

    3 domes is quite common. Our loco in town, a Baldwin built engine used at an iron company and quarry has 3 domes. Sand, steam, and another smaller sand dome. This is for increased traction. Strasburg 90 had 3 domes before 1988. It is quite common on shortline engines. For example, in the state of Minnesota (where the DM&IR and D&NE) operated, there were 9 locos with 3 domes, out of nearly 40. 1 in 10, essentially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trainz_12_fan_100 View Post
    Austin those are lookin good! I take a GP7 and SW1000?
    GP7/9 and SW1500.

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