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Old 09-06-2020, 03:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Salem Porter

This locomotive has history. Salem Locomotive Works made very nice oscillating cylinder locomotives back in the day. Ron Brown helped them come up with a Porter outline for a UK narrow gauge outline that was the original offer, and this is an example of that. It runs very controllably. It is a pot boiler with a gas fired poker burner. Some R/C infrastructure installed (switch and bracket, servo bracket for regulator, cab antenna tube. Closer to 1:20.3 than 16mm, but of course is a freelance model. $1,000 buyer pays shipping/insurance.
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