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    Fantastic work. You guys make it look so easy. How I wish I could do this, but at my age it doesn't seem likely.
    smyers

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    "Up The Hill Slow, Down The Hill Fast. Freight Comes First, Safety Comes Last"

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    Finally back to playing with Trainz after a few years being without a decent rig...

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    Re Post #15032 Nice work Daylighttrain....what happened with the 4-6-0 ?

    RE Post #15933 Looking good...is this a Disney locomotive ?

    Rail4Pete

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    Not quite, though it's about the right size. What you're looking at there is the only narrow gauge 4-4-2 Baldwin ever built, for the Washington & Plymouth Railroad of North Carolina. Ran only from about 1892-1902 before the Norfolk & Southern (later to become the Norfolk Southern Railroad) purchased and upgraded the line to standard gauge.
    Still plugging away pretty regularly...had just enough time this morning to do the injectors and coal bulkhead.

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    Amazing work everyone!

    Pulled this back out to do some rework on it. Needs Step well and pilot work like the GP25, not to mention flipping the side sill lettering.




    Toujours Prêt!

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    Very nice work crazytrain .
    Trainboi1 ...what a motivation weapon for keeping up working on Canadian route !...and USA route also ! In the poll made by N3V, steam and diesel were almost even in popularity
    Regards,
    Rail4Pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainboi1 View Post
    Still plugging away pretty regularly...had just enough time this morning to do the injectors and coal bulkhead.
    Trainboi
    Got to say as a fan of CPR steam your D10 Class will fill a huge void in the collection. Thank you for your time and effort in creating this unique model.
    cheers,
    Casey
    ​MID CENTURY CANADIAN RAIL

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    Awesome work crazytrain
    Owner and operator of the Twin Peaks Timber Company
    If you don’t support logging, then try using plastic toilet paper 😆


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    It may as well be a disney engine. Its pretty small... coming in at around 4700 lbs or tractive effort. That puts it at 800 lbs less then the Eureka and Palisade 4.
    Finally back to playing with Trainz after a few years being without a decent rig...

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    Much details have been added tranboi1 looks great! One detail I noticed on these loco is the whistle: it was not, for the majority of them, located on the steam dome, but next to it and two plates were installed as steam deflector as you see in these photo. Hope this help.
    Regards !
    Pete
    Last edited by Rail4Pete; January 30th, 2020 at 06:52 AM.

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    This better? (I've also corrected it to be 5 chimes, rather than 6).

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    Trainboi1, You are a MASTER ! May I suggest this one become unit #1039 ?
    Last edited by Rail4Pete; January 30th, 2020 at 12:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rail4Pete View Post
    Trainboi1, You are a MASTER ! May I suggest this one become unit #1039 ?
    Since this is freeware I will probably just do a few major variants (high/low running board, high/center headlight, a/b/c with Stephenson gear, g/h/j/k with Walschaerts, possibly the larger cylinder versions if I have time) and set them all up with ARN. If you can compile a list of what numbers go with what subclasses/details etc., I will try to tailor the number range to that. Otherwise I'll blanket numbers across every variation of the subclass.

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