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04-13-2020 07:26 AM
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Here's the cars, all hand made on old rolling stock :-)
04-13-2020 07:24 AM
Jeepguy515 Good morning everyone, hope you all are surviving this craziness we are all dealing with .. well I was bored this weekend and finished my "Silver Streak" project finally. Let me know what you think :-)



"You shot a vitamin salesman on the Silver Streak"



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03-13-2020 02:16 PM
Jeepguy515 Thanks !!! I'm working on a shortie version of the "Silver Streak" I'll get some photos up of that when it gets closer to being done.
02-25-2020 02:11 PM
Robert Love the Bunyan. The tender really makes the whole thing work.
01-27-2020 04:07 PM
choochoowilly Paul Bunyan looks like Old Joe's clean brother
01-26-2020 08:22 PM
ncdodave Those are so cool Guys! looks like something to pull an egg liner train. Historically on NG rail lines single truck cars was quite common. You can visit several NG railroad museums for such examples. I no longer model G gauge, Im doing 2.5" scale but, im working on a train of single truck cars for a unique train. more fun in the hobby is what makes it interesting for some of us. How can i "kitbash" that to make it mine.
01-17-2020 07:32 AM
Jeepguy515 I appreciate the complements, thank you, I use any motor block I have laying around, I've used Aristocraft, Bachmann and an oddball Lionel I had.



Here's a few pics of a "Paul Bunyan" Bachmann loco and caboose I "shortied" up the tender is a Acristocraft tender cut up.



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01-16-2020 09:44 PM
Mike Flea Those are pretty cool in the various road names. I had done this same thing in HO back in '91 when a similar Union Pacific did a 4 ft drop off my tabletop layout. They work good for a "short" line
01-16-2020 08:58 PM
Dave Meashey Jeepguy;

I like the way you have used parts from both the long and short hoods of the original locomotive.
The Aristo Craft abbreviated RS3s only had a stub representing the short hood. I refer to my copies as an RS3/8.


Best Wishes, David Meashey
01-16-2020 07:48 PM
fsts2k haha.. I like those a lot. Well done
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