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« on: November 04, 2017, 10:58:04 PM »

My family and I spent a little over a week on the island of Kauai in 2016, during which time I became fascinated with the history of the Hawaiian sugar railroads.  In the year plus since, I've often thought that one of the Baldwin outside frame 0-6-2T locomotives once so common throughout the islands would be a perfect addition to the On30 line, especially in as much as so many of them were built to 30-inch gauge.  I see in doing a search of the archives this product has been suggested a couple times in the distant past, the last specific ones being close to a decade ago. 

Three of these still exist on Kauai, and several more 36" gauge machines exist elsewhere.  One of these served for a while on the Roaring Camp & Big Trees.  The three on Kauai are all 30" gauge and part of the Grove Farms collection...

There's also a nice video of one of these in operation from a couple years ago on the short amount of trackage Grove Farm has:

I'd like to revive the suggestion of producing these plus a string of cane cars in On30...I know my wallet would be in some measure of jeopardy should these be made...

Jeff Moore
Elko, NV 

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« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2017, 03:44:02 AM »

You might have seen one of my old posts -- I would also like to see one of these "Baldwin Bulldogs".  And a three-pack of 4-wheel cane cars (like how Bachmann packaged their mining dump cars and skeleton log cars) would be greatly appreciated.

David T. Okamura
Member, California South Coast On30 Modular Group
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