Pennsylvania Railroad Steam Power.

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  1. toptrain1

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    I will be adding photos of my Pennsylvania Railroad steamers here by class. I'll start with A class and end with the T class. Articulates like the CC class, HC class, and HH class will follow them.
    frank
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    The Class 0-4-0t and 0-4-0 switcher type.

    The Class 0-4-0t and 0-4-0 switcher type.
    # 94 is a HObbyline A5 with a plactic boiler and tender.
    # 1545 is a John English PRR A5 Yardbird. It is all die cast .
    # 501 is also a John English PRR A5 and is all die cast.
    # 3892 is a John English PRR A5.
    # 3893 is a John English PRR A5.
    # 3894 is a Hobbyline PRR A5.

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    Other Class 0-4-0t and 0-4-0 switcher type.

    The Class 0-4-0t and 0-4-0 switcher type continued.
    # 971 is a John English PRR A5 that was sold to the SC&J railroad.
    # 317 is a Mantua 0-4-0 switcher.
    # 004 is a PRR A4 Mantua 0-4-0t side tanker.
    # 590 is a PRR A4 Mantua 0-4-0t side tanker.

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    The B Class 0-6-0t and 0-6-0 switcher type.

    The B Class 0-6-0t and 0-6-0 switcher type.
    # 155 PRR B6 Gilbert.
    # 403 PRR B6 Gilbert repaint.
    # 417 PRR B6 Gilbert repaint.
    # 433 PRR B6 Gilbert.
    # 433 PRR B6 Gilbert.
    # 155 PRR B6 Gilbert repaint.

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    The B Class 0-6-0t and 0-6-0 switcher type continue.

    The B Class 0-6-0t and 0-6-0 switcher type.
    # 483 PRR B6 Gilbert repaint.
    #31004 PRR B6 Gilbert.
    #31019 B&O X PRR B6 Gilbert.
    #31031 B&O X PRR B6 Gilbert.
    # 5439 PRR B6 brass.
    # 5700 PRR B28 LLP2000.

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    The B Class 0-6-0t and 0-6-0 switcher type continue.

    B Class 0-6-0t and 0-6-0 switcher .
    # 1 PRR 0-6-0t B8 Bachmann.
    # 2 PRR 0-6-0t B8 Bachmann.
    # 56 PRR 0-6-0t B6 Mantua.
    # 84 PRR 0-6-0t B5 Rivarossi.
    # 314 PRR 0-6-0 B28 TYCO. (To be rebuilt.)

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    The C Class 0-8-0t and 0-8-0 switcher type.

    * You woun't see much here. The C class 0-8-0 was not to popular with manufactures. Their were Brass models, and a C2 old timer released by Model Power with a tender drive. I missed getting this one but a friend has one that maybe I can take a photo of. I started to kit bash one from the Marx 0-4-0 body with a french Joeff 0-8-0 drive. That is the only photo here for now. I may kit bash a penn line 2-8-0 into a C class. If I see the brass ones at a train show I'll get a photo, if i remember.
    * I will to keep this 0-8-0 from being alone, post a photo of a CC class articulate. It was a HH that was changed to a CC for pushing duties.

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    The D Class American type 4-4-0 locomotive of the PRR

    The D Class American type 4-4-0 locomotive.

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    A question to the expert: Does this once popular Tyco loco have a legitimate Pennsy prototype?

    The loco was given to me in need of paint, so I restored it to its Tyco colors, never hesitating to find of the color should be black or "Brunswick Green."

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    Yes Pennsy had USRA B class locomotives that were very similar to the TYCO-Mantua 0-6-0 switcher. They were black.
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    Class E locomotives of the Pennsy

    Class E, 4-4-2 Alantic type locomotive.
    1---A mantua E3 PRR # 6039
    2---A Penn Line E6 PRR #6058
    3---A Penn Line E6 PRR #6092

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    Re Class E locomotives additions

    More of my Class E Alantic types some awaiting work.
    4---a Penn Line PRR class E6
    5---a Penn Line PRR class E6

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    TopTrain, Hi ! Lovin' the Pennsy Power countdown (Ooops - count-UP?). Had and lost Penn-Line/Bowser G-,H-,K-, and L- engines in a former life. Q: the last Penn-Line E- seems to have a loose or grafted boiler from another P-L engine - G-, maybe ? Thanks for this continuing thread. Bob C.
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    chooch 42

    Jimmy any time you want to pop in with a photo or message be my guest. I'd like to see what your talking about.
    frank
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    The F Class Mogul type 2-6-0

    **** The F Class Mogul type 2-6-0 of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
    In this class I only have two locomotives. A Mantua and a Brass.
    1- the F1 old timer by Mantua.
    2- the F3 brass loco by Olympia Gem

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    The Pennsylvania Railroad G class

    The Pennsylvania Railroad G class, 4-6-0, Named long ago the
    TEN WHEELER. The first will be Model Powers release of the G2 class. The second is Mantua-Tyco G3

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    G Class continue.

    G Class continued :
    The Bowser G5sa
    The Liliput G5sa
    The Modle Die Casting G5sa
    The Westside Brass G5sa

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    Some nice locomotives.
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    The PRR H class locomotives

    PRR H class locomotives.
    ** 1-The H2 by model power
    ** 2-The H9 brass loco by GEM
    ** 3-The H8 by Penn Line.

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    The Pennsylvania Railroad I class

    The Pennsylvania Railroad I class 2-10-0 Decapod.

    1- Cary Pennline I1sa
    2-Westside brass I1sa
    3-Pennline I1sa

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