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91  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: Availability of passenger coach underframes? on: July 26, 2012, 12:17:58 PM


   Kevin

    If I was not well into building a passenger train, I would take a look at the Scenery Unlimited S Scale
  passenger car roofs and underframes. (Aug 2012 MR, pg 16, has a review). they are darn close to the Bachmann Passenger car, which I have also assembled in to my Local Passenger service.

     Ken Clark
      GWN
92  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: Future of ON30 on: July 23, 2012, 11:40:59 PM


   Hamish

   Forgot also the Five  Sierra Leone BG,  IF 2-6-2+2-6-2T that were converted to IF 2-8-0+0-8-2T.

  Ken Clark
  GWN
93  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: Future of ON30 on: July 20, 2012, 04:14:39 PM


      The FCA&B (Chile) operated OF 2-8-4T's while still 2"6" gauge
      The Rio Turbo  (Argentina) has rebuilt a couple of their IF 2-10-2s for tourist service
      The Patagonian National (aka Esquel in Argentina) operates IF & OF 2-8-2's

       2&1/2FT gauge Articulated Locomotives 2-6-0+0-6-2T
                                                                 2-6-6-2
                                                                 2-6-0+0-6-4T
                                                                 2-6-2+2-6-2T


       Lots of larger locomotive's to choose from.

                  Ken Clark
94  Discussion Boards / Large / Re: Pacific 4-6-2. Did Bachmann ever make a 1/20 version? on: March 24, 2012, 09:39:40 PM
   

  Actually Baldwin built at least two 3Ft gauge Pacifics SN 41677 & 41678, Outside frame.
   Small tender but a nice looking engine neverless.

  Ken Clark
   GWN
95  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: skidder dimensions on: February 23, 2012, 11:15:53 AM


   Swany

    Glad to be of help

    The hoist itself  is beautiful, however the skid leaves a lot to be desired (no NBW detail) a new skid is
 relativity easy to build and detail for the hoist/skidder to be set on. NBW detail could be added to the orginal skid which would improve it's appearence a lot!.

  On the hoist, the shutoff valve should be turned so the valve handle is vertical and a loop of chain  added,
    to open and close it, yet to find a O scale figure with arms long enough to reach it <G>.

    Ken
      GWN
96  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: skidder dimensions on: February 22, 2012, 01:33:18 PM


   Forgot length of Hoist off skid base  2&1/8 Inchs

      Ken
        GWN
97  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: skidder dimensions on: February 21, 2012, 06:26:50 PM


  Swany

   Length    4 Inchs
   Width      1&3/4 Inchs
   Height     3&3/4 Inchs
   Height     3&1/9 Inchs  offf skid base


    Royce

     Just about anywhere in North America, just loose the skid and set it up as a hoist engine, not necessary
 to limit it's use to a log skidder. As I understand the model was based on an "American" Hoist model.
  Two of mine have lost the skids and are used as flat car load's, not sure yet what will happen with the third one, have made up a new skid (looks much better then the one supplied.


     Ken Clark
       GWN
98  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: In a plead for a 8-18c. on: January 09, 2012, 01:29:04 PM


    Checking MMI site, they announce the arrival of the 8-18C class for November 2011.


       Ken Clark
         GWN
99  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: In a plead for a 8-18c. on: January 05, 2012, 12:16:50 PM


       Dusten

    MMI a division of Precision Scale is modelling the 8-18c, Bachmann may not want to duplicate this model

  Ken
    GWN
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