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Thread: K&L Trainz Steam Locomotive pics!

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    Wow ............yea and Wow .. that's nice .

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    Old #94 has an impromptu photo Op while toiling away. Residents in the tenement watch the show from the landing.

    Heinrich505


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    Color version.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinrich505 View Post
    Piere,
    These shots are amazing! The East Harbor one, shown from the reverse angle of the one you posted of the ship in a different thread, has the look of a painting - it is so well composed.

    Beautiful job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railwoodman View Post
    Wow ............yea and Wow .. that's nice .

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    Thank you both very much for your kind comments.

    Cheers,
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    Cool C&O K-2 Mikado Released!

    New steamer at www.KLtrainz.com


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    Wowsers! That is one intimidating Mikado. (thanks for the cabeese too)
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    time to look for a bigger roundhouse . Nice work K&L .. another must get . LOL

    Matt
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    Here's my video of the CN / Steamtown of the X10a. Thank you Steve for creating these incredible steam locomotives for Trainz.


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    Here is a screenshot of my recently purchased C&O K-2 Mikado leading a freight consist on my T:ANE version of my 1950s era Indiana Western Route. The payware C&O K-2 Mikado was recently released by K&L Trainz and she is a truly beautiful steam locomotive that installed and worked without problems! I own a number of K&L locomotives which are first rate.



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    She just barely fits on the White Oak Junction turntable on the Hinton route.

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    As a person from overseas can I ask question? I assume that's a feedwater heater on the front end. But also two cross compound air compressors? And another air compressor on the left side? What were these locomotives used for? Extremely heavy trains on steep downgrades where air braking ability was essential?

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by philskene View Post
    As a person from overseas can I ask question? I assume that's a feedwater heater on the front end. But also two cross compound air compressors? And another air compressor on the left side? What were these locomotives used for? Extremely heavy trains on steep downgrades where air braking ability was essential?

    Phil
    stevelerro made some interesting explanations on his site (https://kltrainz.com/product/co-k-2-mikado/)

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