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    Speaking of Hinton,

    H8 #1640 with a string of empties bound for Eccles via Cirtsville
















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    Nice shots Norm

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    Thanks Don, that's a mighty fine desert you have there.

    Western Maryland Scenic Railroad and Cass Scenic Railroad team up to present a Double Double Header Excursion.





    With a fully loaded 15 car consist CSRR #'s 2 and 11 will be working hard on this trip.



    In the Zig



    and out the Zag



    With grades up to 7%



    The passengers will enjoy a hour and a half run up to Mower Logging Camps 1, 2, and 3.



    TANE SP3 94916, Route - <kuid2:73500:100796:1> Baltimore to Connellsville & West Mega Route by JRFolco, WMSRR excursion consist - K&L, CSRR Shays - jaketrainz, CSRR excursion cars - the late, great BenDorsey.
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    The last thing we need for the updated Cass shays are the tenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    The last thing we need for the updated Cass shays are the tenders.
    Yup, I suspect they'll show up on the DLS today or tomorrow. I substituted yukonzoom's original, still looks OK to me.
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    Jake's updated versions do not have the mesh/texture issues that mess up the brass textures and make parts of the shays rather shiny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    Jake's updated versions do not have the mesh/texture issues that mess up the brass textures and make parts of the shays rather shiny.
    Since I prefer TANE SP3 it's not an issue for me and as far as I can tell from the google photos the real life locomotives are shiny.
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    By shiny I mean in TRS19, the bogies do not match the color of the rest of the loco, and the tender's bump maps are messed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    By shiny I mean in TRS19, the bogies do not match the color of the rest of the loco, and the tender's bump maps are messed up.
    Like I said not an issue for me. Interestingly it turns out that Mower Lumber's locomotives were painted red and green. I'd love to see a good photo of the roster at the time, must have been blinding!
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    Happy TG

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    A Happy T-Day to you too Matt



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    You can keep it if you like, but I have what I could call the spiritual successor to that PRR 0-6-0. It's a custom model of the B6 Class switcher built to PBR specs, but it's in beta and not complete yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shebashetan7 View Post
    You can keep it if you like, but I have what I could call the spiritual successor to that PRR 0-6-0. It's a custom model of the B6 Class switcher built to PBR specs, but it's in beta and not complete yet.
    Looking forward to it, you can never have enough shop switchers.



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    The railroad took recently delivery of the southern sylvan green with gold boiler banded version of the PS-4 A class 4-6-2 pacific engines based of the southern ones but with a Vanderbilt tender, one of these is seen hauling coal on the mainline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Like I said not an issue for me. Interestingly it turns out that Mower Lumber's locomotives were painted red and green. I'd love to see a good photo of the roster at the time, must have been blinding!
    Only one engine wore the Chinese red and green livery (Mower #1), and it wore it very near the end of Mower Lumber's operating era. There was another livery which used oxide red on the cab and tender tanks, but that is nowhere near as vibrant as the Chinese red and was only applied to shays 1 and 4 (the only engines then in steam). The vast majority of Mower's engines were simply painted black.

    #1 in Chinese Red and Green (Painted this way in 1957, sold to Midwest Raleigh scrappers in 1959)


    #1 wearing the oxide red cab and tender tank with black everywhere else scheme in 1954


    Finally the standard Mower paint scheme, solid black. (Shay 12, withdrawn 1942 due to bent frame. pic taken 1954)

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