Beginning our Utah Railway Fleet

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by jesso, Feb 16, 2007.

  1. BNSFtheLeader

    BNSFtheLeader Member

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    I'm impressed you do fine work. Keep the Custom Photos coming.
  2. jesso

    jesso Member

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    Utah Railway adding power

    My great friend in the train club has enlarged my fleet of Utah Railway engines. He took my BN SD70 MAC and converted it to a MK50-3 for me. He completely reworked the nose of the cab to match. I love the job he did and it is great to have big power for my coal train.

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    Also, for yard work I needed another Utah Railway gp38-2, so he built UR 2008. He does incredible work.

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  3. ScratchyAngel

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    Nice work on the locos, and the photos are really showing the true colors now. Thanks for sharing these.
  4. zachary

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    scott nice locos i really like the mk 50 3 are you planning on haveing any more of theose made
  5. jesso

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    I have another sd70mac, so that one definitely, I am hoping that he will teach me how to do these. There are 6 of these engines, however one of them is painted in orange and black, so I would like to get at least 3-4. (He tells me that since they are a shortline I should get them all, maybe when I am older and have money) He is really great person to learn from. He has taught me pretty much everything I know about engines. I can even now keep my dirt-cheap life-likes running well now.