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Discussion in 'Railroading' started by the mole, Dec 6, 2006.
Is there a paper model of any of the 440 steam locomotive avable?
It was a great locomotive.
I am not aware of one BUT maybe someone else has come crossed one on the internet. Yes, It would be a GREAT model!!
I have the one that PMI had but they no longer have it. The last time I talked to PMI he said that model was out of print. I think this engine is a work of art. It would be nice to see some of the differnt paint marking used on them.
Do a google search for "Ray Morris Locomotives", I believe he has a 440 on one of the CD's he is selling.
I found this link...www.cardmodelers.org/Loco's/card_models.htm
Yes, here is the URL, just left click on it:
The Mole didn't specify the scale he was looking for... And you have recently posted pics of your William Crooks 440... wouldn't that be a substitute for The General? And at that scale who could tell the difference?
The Mole didn't specify the scale he was looking for... And you have recently posted pics of your William Crooks 440... couldn't that be a substitute for The General? And at that scale who could tell the difference without a magnifier?
well...don't I feel silly...of course!
Try Micromodels set f2 part 1 the 1861 William Crooks wood burning Locomotive...I suggested the General because the model has a nice paint job. The Crooks loco that I built a while back was a repaint I did (not the tiny one). The origional model is all dark green-almost black. I repainted it to show the reds , greens and golds Heighway somehow neglected. Ray Morris did a fine job with his general. Take your pick...