B&O steam...

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  1. Art67

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    cnnutbar has inspired me to get some steam fired up. The saddletank 0-4-0 has been assigned a work train detail this afternoon, while a once proud Consolidation has been assigned the less than glamorous drag assignment.

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    work train

    a few more photos

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    Good lookin' photos, Stuart, it's nice to see there's still steam in Baltimore, besides what's in the museum. Who makes that saddletanker? It looks pretty nice, especially the valve gear.

    Wayne
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    Those picks and trains look great :wave: :thumb: :thumb:
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    Hello everyone, the O-4-0 saddletank is an older IHC product I purchased some years ago. It is basically a stock kit that I tried out a few different weathering techniques on. Just some washes and chalks, as I do not have an airbrush {working on that}. I plan on adding a few extras to the engine such as chains. switch cleaning broom etc. I noticed that the newer version of this loco does not appear to have the same level of tooling detail-at least to my eyes. Thanks, Stuart.
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    Awesome photos!
  7. nachoman

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    very, very cool!

    I love the caboose....

    kevin