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Discussion in 'The Caboose' started by steamhead, May 7, 2006.
The Sumpter Valley Railway, aquired the two Uintah 2-6-6-2T locos, when the Uintah went out of business, and converted them to tender type engines. They were the largest narrow gauge locos used in the U.S. The Uintah #50 and #51 were renumbered 250, and 251 on the SVRY. I like narrow gauge, and I really like articulated steam.
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NS (my fave road) ES44DC is the new GEVO engine that I like. I heard the NS actually has a ES40DC(same as 44). They are only slightly different than the C dash 9 40/44'S
Ah, someone who was born the same year as me. I'm going to be in for payback from my brother next year when I turn 40. sign1
I've built models since I was a kid. When I grew up, a lot of people told me that this hobby is for kids and not for adults. I kept the hobby up despite the flak I was getting and was told I was crazy for doing so.
When I found out the age groups of people who are into models, my attitude ended up being "What, Me worry?"
Just wait until you turn 50 and start getting mail from the AARP. sign1 sign1 sign1
LOL, if I knew how to gunfight, Doc Holliday would fit me quite well, because I got the other part of the Doc Holliday gunslinging dentist legend down pat (I drill and fill teeth for a living).
As far as my screen name goes... Pretty obvious.
Decided on this screen name for the Gauge because I am working on a small N scale layout for our apartment mostly CSX and belong to a HO club chose CP RAil for club because no one else was using it, most of the guys in the club run BNSF, Santa Fe, CSX, etc...
Easy enough, I model and railfanned the Santa Fe and my name is Willie. I didn't know any better in 2002 when I registered...have used it on other forums as well.