I let my last Frank S go to someone that wanted to get their first live steamer and at that time, I was ready for a different loco. There are so many Frank S locos out there, its usually not real hard to find. I do have a line on one but not in a place to afford what he is asking. As we move into the fall/winter train season, I should be able to get my O gauge and HO brass sold off, along with some potential overtime at work. There is another one someone here may let go of, waiting on pics and pricing on that one right now. My wife has a nice Pearse 0-4-0 switcher with the slope back tender. With new RCS remote control and a palm size transmitter, its a pleasure to run. I only have to get out of my lawn chair to top up water or refresh the lubricator. I can keep it going all afternoon if I want. I want to set up a Frank S that way. For the right Frank S and some cash, I would let go of the Shay as I do have a vehicle repair bill(new fuel injectors in my Jeep's diesel engine) to pay for. Mike
Silly NT's...I have Aspergers.