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Thread: K&L Trainz Steam Locomotive pics!

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    Picked up an old friend and a new one today . K&L ....Fantastic work .





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    Steve,
    Amazing job on the 290! It's running great, and easily pulling all those included passenger cars.

    The cab interior is stunning. It's great that mousing over the valves or levers tells you what they are for.

    You've really done a wonderful job. I particularly enjoyed the video of the engine on your site.

    Thanks so much for your work on this!

    Gary


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    The (other) GWR on the Sandusky & Poland:





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    Default Surprise Release at K&L Trainz!

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    A bit of my route. PRR Williamsport PA to Elmira NY, with S & NY RR from West Williamsport (Newberry Junction) to Towanda. With the bits of the Reading and New York Central that were in Williamsport. A pretty big route; good lifetime project.


    Seen here, PRR #325, a class E6s Atlantic (4-4-2) pants as she waits clearance to take her train from the south side of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River into Williamsport on the north bank, to keep an appointment at the main PRR depot in mid-town.

    Last edited by prr325; December 17th, 2020 at 07:41 PM. Reason: add description
    Jim Anderson
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    A long freight just arrived in the Hudson Yard. The driver of #32, a H&W F1b Consolidation is about to start breaking up the consist for delivery in town.


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    A doubleheader with A&WP #290 & WRA #190.


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    What are the figures in the cab? I recognized them to be neither Steve Lerro Engineer nor Bill Klene Fireman.

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    No. 35's tender also fits Arcade and Attica's no. 18 very well...



    giving you two similarly proportioned, but different, 2-8-0s for your route. Great for free-lancing.
    smyers

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    Andy was looking for his mother. He wanted to ask her for two quarters so he could meet his friends at the corner store and buy a Coke and some ice cream.

    He heard an odd commotion in the backyard, and stepped out onto the back landing, where he found his mother cursing and swearing at the H&W switcher that happened to be delivering coal to Johnson's Coal Trestle at the same time that she had almost gotten the whole wash hung up. He could clearly hear his mother over the din of the chuffing steam engine, which was, as he watched, blowing steam and cinders up into the air. It was going to make a mess of the laundry, and he was certain the engineer could hear the blue streak his mother was voicing, even over the noise of the engine.

    He sagely decided not to ask his mother for the money. He would just have to borrow from his friends. He left the house quickly.


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