Lets See Some Great N-scale Locomotives

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Scott Teague, Dec 10, 2003.

  1. Blake

    Blake Member

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    Here's a Bachmann 2-8-0

    I painted this up in Erie, put a visor on the headlight and added a crew. Then I weathered it up.

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  2. Hoghead

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    Scott......I have enjoyed visiting your website over the last year or so.......and now it's nice to see you made it to Great Model Railroads 2004.......excellent work.
  3. Dan Crowley

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    Here is a Mountain that I kitbashed in N scale

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  4. Lenny53

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    Hi Tyson; I did something similar only I used U25B drives. Lenny

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  5. Scott Teague

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    Here is one of my C40-9W Operation Lifesaver units, 9252.

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    Scott
  6. CN1

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  7. SD90

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    Nice work Scott!

    Mike.
  8. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    This is a great collection folks. Dan, I love that mountain you kitbashed. Welcome to the gauge by the way. Nice to find you posting here.
  9. SD90

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    I didn't even realize you just signed up Dan, Welcome to The Gauge! That picture looks real! Nice work!

    Mike.
  10. nscalesteve

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    ...here we go, my latest work

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  11. pttom

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    Well done, Steve
  12. SD90

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    Nice work Steve, I like the rust on the couplers.

    Mike.
  13. Scott Teague

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    GREAT JOB STEVE!!!!!!!!!

    Scott
  14. Scott Teague

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    Hey guys, I'm doing some FURX leasing units in the green & sliver or light grey in N-Scale and HO. I will post them when i get them done.




    Scott
  15. Drew1125

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    Well, I'm not sure if these rate as "great", but these are the little K&I workhorses that ply the Four Sisters Branch...
    This first one is an older Atlas/Kato geep...she's a good runner, but she is a little on the noisy side...

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  16. Drew1125

    Drew1125 Active Member

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    And here's my real gem...a LL SW9/1200...runs beautifully, & quiet as a mouse!:thumb:

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  17. acsxfan1

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    BQ23

    Not exactly great .. but here is a scratch bash I did ..

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  18. acsxfan1

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    ARMY GP20

    This GP20 was done from one of the UP GP20 s that model expo was selling a while back ..

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  19. RAY METIVIER

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    Just from the paint shop.

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  20. atsf_arizona

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    Here's a couple more shots:

    Kato Santa Fe F7s after installation of short shank Unimate couplers:

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    I also finished the scenic integration of the Kato Unitrack into the scenery on the layout, you can see a little of that here also.

    For comparision, showing the Kato Santa Fe F7's with the stock Kato spacing:

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    John Sing
    San Mateo, CA

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