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    Very nice daylightrain & dundun92.

    Daylightrain, what exactly are we looking at here?
    Its Ktrain! For gods sakes its Ktrain! Typos are a thing you know!

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    Thanks K.tain. Also nice stuff daylight.





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    A little bit more work done... still no one here has seemed to figure out what it is.


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    Companhia Paulista de Estradas de Ferro #90? https://www.railpictures.net/photo/642657/
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    It's a UP MC-1

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    My 4-8-4 for my fictional railroad (Royal Woods Rail Road) if anyone's wondering

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    Quote Originally Posted by daylightrain View Post
    A little bit more work done... still no one here has seemed to figure out what it is.
    UP/SP Harriman 2-8-8-2. Great looking model. Don't forget to add the extended piston to the LP cylinders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajrod1226 View Post
    My 4-8-4 for my fictional railroad (Royal Woods Rail Road) if anyone's wondering
    Really nice ajrod1226. Can't wait to see what you will release in the future.

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    Finally completed these M-1s that i've started in September

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    Wonderful! Where can I find them?


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    Nowhere right now, they're private atm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajrod1226 View Post
    It's a UP MC-1
    Doesn't quite seem to be a Bull Moose... note the headlight mounted above the smokebox, as opposed to center-set like the bull moose and early CSA Challengers.

    I believe ANL is dead on, if anyone would know it'd be him, however I can't find any prototype photos on these 'Harriman' mallets.
    Its Ktrain! For gods sakes its Ktrain! Typos are a thing you know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ktain.ny View Post
    Doesn't quite seem to be a Bull Moose... note the headlight mounted above the smokebox, as opposed to center-set like the bull moose and early CSA Challengers.

    I believe ANL is dead on, if anyone would know it'd be him, however I can't find any prototype photos on these 'Harriman' mallets.
    That is because the Bull Mooses are class MC-2 and up, later SA-C-2 and up. The Bull Mooses as built would've had an identical headlight arrangement as well, aside from them having electric as opposed to oil lights. Photos and diagrams of this class are incredibly hard to find, at least of the "as built" versions. You might know them in their more famous later form on the Southern Pacific as the original Cab Forwards.

    The Harriman Mallets were built in the late 1900s for the Union Pacific, Oregon Railroad & Navigation, Southern Pacific, and the Norfolk and Western. They weren't the greatest design due to a number of factors, mainly related to the preheater on the boiler and being hand fired articulateds which made it difficult to keep up steam. They were also slow, only topping out at around 20mph light engine. I felt the design was interesting enough to warrant a go at a 3D model, since no model of a MC-1 has been made for any train simulator. Considering how little information is out there I am impressed with how far I've gotten. Sadly the lemons of the UP haven't gotten the same amount of attention as the Big Boys and Challengers when it comes to books and magazines. My sources have been mostly erecting cards, a handful of photos, the book Motive Power of the Union Pacific, a UPHS publication from the 70s and AC-2 Cab Forward diagrams to fill in missing gaps.

    Here's a picture of UP 2002, taken sometime after 1912:



    And the model as it currently stands. Haven't gotten too much work done these past few days, been busy with work.


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    Looks great daylight! It really is a one-on-one replica.

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