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Discussion in 'Narrow Gauge Model Railroading' started by JBBVry, Mar 6, 2005.
That's good progress you are making Paul. It looks so much better already.
well got her painted and now took her out for a test run.
Very nice Paul, I like the sepia shots. Very realistic.
Well I got the C-16 cab today and it is on. I think it looks alot better now.
hey - that looks niiiiiice. What's next?
paint decals and some track.
Looks Good so far Paul :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
well got some decals on her and i think she looks pretty good what do you guys think of her now.
She looks great now Paul, changing the cab was a good idea.
That looks sharp!
Not sure if this was discussed before, but those "pizza cutter" flanges on the drivers makes it look as if it was a kit-bash of a couple Rivarossi 0-6-0's.
it was some kind of 2-6-6-2 as best as i can tell the wheel boxes don't look like they were cut down but the frame has been cut to make it shorter it may have started as a 2-8-8-2 but i don't know for sure.
well I just talked by email to the guy who made her. he is Chuck Chenault he said it did start off as a 2-8-8-2 he shortened the trucks and the frame to make it the size it is from coupler to coupler is only 58 scale feet. I just wanted to give credit where it belongs.
Credit to you both.
Him for cutting it down, you for making it look like a working engine!