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Title: New train suggestions
Post by: airferber on January 09, 2008, 01:28:37 PM
I would like to create a thread on locomotive suggestions for the  Williams O-gauge line.  Please note that the trains I am suggesting do not have to scale exactly, due to space and track diameter concerns.
Here are my suggestions:

Trains (currently in HO and N scales) -

> E60CP and HHP-8 (both shortened to run on O-31 curves, intended to be 
   used with the 60-ft amfleets previously released by Williams)

> Acela Express (Shortened to run on O-31 curves)

> 4-4-0 Locomotives (i.e. CP Jupiter, UP #119, etc.

Bell and Horn Sounds to include in future locos-

> Acela Express and HHP8 (if produced): K5LA Hybrid horn and bell recorded
   from the real Acela locomotive (s)

> P42 Genesis: K5LA horn and bell recorded from the real Genesis
   locomotive(s)

> E60CP (if produced) Nathan P5 Horn and bell

Mr Bach-man, please consider these suggestions seriously.
Thanks.

Aaron




Title: Re: New train suggestions
Post by: cpkoltz2002 on January 10, 2008, 10:18:07 AM
  Diesels and rolling stock in the Great Northern Big Sky Blue and current Canadian Pacific schemes,plus the Missouri Pacfic buzzsaw livery would be a pretty welcome sight


Title: Re: New train suggestions
Post by: Ned on January 11, 2008, 04:25:03 PM
I would certainly be interested in a 4-4-0; this would be ideal for me for my small Christmas setup.

Just saw photos of MTH old time passenger cars in white and a few of them running behind a colorful 4-4-0 would be wonderful.

Ned


Title: Re: New train suggestions
Post by: BobbyDing on January 15, 2008, 11:17:56 PM
Ditto on a nicely decorated and reasonably priced 4-4-0. Some overly decorated victorian type cars to go with it would be very welcome.

Bobby


Title: Re: New train suggestions
Post by: mike d on January 20, 2008, 12:33:50 AM
How about an SD24 or a C630. A diner for the scale streamliners would be nice.