This is a Varney Casey Jones I am rebuilding. I've added a can motor, regeared it and added extra electrical pickups. That was going to be the extent of the modifications (besides painting it) until I saw a photo of South Simcoe's #1057. I noticed it was similar to the Varney model and had a rather unique valve gear. The valve gear is mostly built from scratch. I made classification lights from 2 .090" cubes of clear styrene, drilled dimples to insert colored lenses in, drilled a .045" hole in the bottoms and inserted a 1/4" piece of clear styrene rods into them. The rods insert into the boiler far enough to pick up light from the light bulb in the smoke box. After they are painted black I will re drill the dimples to remove paint and clue in the lenses. A KD #5 coupler in a extensively modified 30 series draft gear was fit into the filed out pilot opening.