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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by fifer, Aug 27, 2006.
Steamhead ~~ I like your "102" better than my 102!! sign1 sign1 sign1 sign1 sign1
Hey! Don't knock it...That's a good looking Geep (Is it?? I thinks it's a GP7, but I'm not very knowledgeable where diesels are concerned...). Funny they should both be 102's.
Here's another "10" to round things off...
Here is the third number with a 10. My Proto 2000 CNJ 060 #104.
My Bad. There were already three pictures with 10 in them. SORRY (Twiget shuffles back to his corner.)
I got a number 11 for ya,
a CSX AC4400CW #11
We are allowed to do modern diesels right??
Here is another #11 (middle loco, not sure what they are called, I don't model steam)
I believe that #11 is a Shay--shaft & gear driven.
Here's another 11...Oldie but good!!sign1
I don't know... does this count. I might be stretchin' it a bit on this one. 12!
I HAVE A 12!!:thumb: -Deano
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Here is a Guilford Rail System GP7 #12
I was posting a 12 but Trucklover beat me to it...So here's a humble #13...:cry:
Im sorry Gus, I can take back the picture and post a 13 if you want? I have a 13 ready so it's no big deal.
Here is a CSX AC4400CW #13
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Here is a #14, Steamer 2-8-2
Hey Josh, No problem--what we need is more pictures, not less. Here's a well known 14.
Hey Josh...Both of these 14's are of the same EBT engine!!!
"No. 14 was built in 1945 by the American Locomotive Co. (Alco) for the Houston Belt & Terminal Railway. The locomotive worked for "The Belt" at the terminal line's various yards and Houston Union Station."
Ya, this thread is a couple weeks old and were on #15!! Let's get this thread rollinsign1
Here is a Norfolk Southern GP18 #15