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sedfred


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« on: January 14, 2018, 06:19:38 PM »

I'm not sure if these types of posts are okay, but what is your locomotive roster? Im curious to see what other modellers collections are like

My collection is all HO but any other scale is welcome.
Bachmann PM 2-8-4
Bachmann USRA 0-6-0
Bachmann Baldwin 2-8-0
Bachmann Porter 0-6-0T
Bachmann Lafayette
Bachmann B&O 4-4-0 (Royal blue)
Bachmann Dewitt clinton
Bachmann 2-10-0
Bachmann 2-6-6-2
Bachmann alco 2-6-0
Bachmann modern 4-4-0
Bachmann SY 2-8-2
Bachmann 4-8-2
IHC 2-10-2
IHC 2-6-0 Camelback
IHC Streamlined 4-6-2
IHC 4-8-2
BLI PRR T1 4-4-4-4
BLI PRR S2 Turbine 6-8-6
Sunset Brass N&W unstreamlined J class 4-8-4
Athearn Genesis Big Boy
Proto 2000 0-8-0
Athearn SW1500
Bachmann F9


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Flare

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« Reply #1 on: January 14, 2018, 07:25:21 PM »

My layout is On30

#1:  RGS Railtruck
#2:  0-4-0 Porter
#3:  D&RGW "bumblebee" 2-6-0
#4:  2-truck Heisler
#5:  United Traction streetcar
#6:  2-6-6-2 articulated
#7:  Cleaning car with DCC motor
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« Reply #2 on: January 14, 2018, 08:19:18 PM »

In On30 -
2-6-0
Heisler
0-4-0 Porter
Trolley

In HO, it was a bunch of 4-4-0's with a couple 0-4-0s, a couple 2-6-0's and a 2-8-0.
In O27 - 2-4-2, 2-4-0, 4-4-0
In large - a 4-6-0
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« Reply #3 on: January 14, 2018, 09:24:58 PM »

    
What is your locomotive roster? When I saw this, my mind went back to the 50s.  Articles in MR about peoples layouts, always had their locomotive rosters.  Not so any more.  Back in the old days if you had 10 locomotives you had a large fleet.  back then it was 90% steam. Now with 4 or 5 units per train it soon adds up.
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« Reply #4 on: January 14, 2018, 10:37:14 PM »

Got so many i'm not even sure what I have anymore.
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« Reply #5 on: January 14, 2018, 11:32:17 PM »

My roster is very eclectic because I have equipment from G to Z scales... Yes, I am slightly addicted to model trains.

G-scale: a 1:29 scale doodlebug from Aristocraft (sp???)

3rail O-scale: post-war and 1970s Lionel - two FA's, an ARMY critter, a gang car, a 1970s MPC era Blue Comet 4-6-4, and a pair of 2-4-2s (or the like)

2rail O-scale: a trio of Atlas critters and Red Caboose GP9

HO-scale: There are too many to list individually, but they come from Varney, Bachmann, Lifelike, Tyco, Walthers, Scratch or Kitbashed one-of customs, AHM, NPP (brass), Mantua, John English (pre-Bowser), Kato, and Stewart. (and possibly others)

N-scale: an RS11, RS1, U-boat, FA2, a trio of EMD F-units, and a GP40-2 from Bachmann, Lifelike, or Atlas, a Bachmann doodlebug, and a pair of Kato RDCs (and I might be forgetting one or two)

Z-scale: None.


And in case you are wondering, I am presently working on shelf layouts in my apartment for the HO and N, and a portable display layout for the 2-rail O-scale. Did I mention that I have an addiction problem???

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jonathan


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« Reply #6 on: January 15, 2018, 05:19:34 AM »

Bachmann:

2 EM-1s
1 USRA 2-6-6-2
2 USRA 4-8-2 Heavy Mountains
2 USRA Light Mikado 2-8-2
6 2-8-0 Connie’s
5 USRA 0-6-0s
1 0-6-0T
1 4-4-0 Standard
1 F-7A
1 F-7B
1 E-7A
2 S-2s
1 F40P
1 Acela (set)
1 44ton switcher
2 H16-44 baby trainmasters

6 Brass locos (steamers)

collection of various locos from Athearn, BLI, Rivarossi, Varney, etc.

Regards,

Jonathan

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« Reply #7 on: January 15, 2018, 01:03:49 PM »

Umm where do I start....

Baltimore & Ohio
0-4-0 - 1
0-6-0 - 2
0-6-0T - 4
0-8-0 - 2
2-10-0 - 1
2-10-2 - 3
2-6-6-2 - 2
2-6-6-6 - 1
2-8-0 - 3
2-8-0C - 1
2-8-0 OT - 2
2-8-2 - 4
2-8-4 - 1
2-8-8-0 - 1
2-8-8-4 - 1
4-4-0 - 7
4-6-0 - 4
4-6-4 - 1
4-6-2 - 6
4-8-4 - 3
4-8-2 - 3
2 truck Climax - 1
3 Truck climax - 1
3 truck heisler - 1
F7A - 1
GP7 - 3
GP9 - 2
Shark Nose (A&B) - 2
FA2 (A&B) - 1
RDC1 - 1
RDC2 - 2
BL2 - 2
SW9 - 2
Doodlebug - 3
Peter Witt Street Car - 1
GP18 - 1
E8A - 2
E8B - 1
SD9 - 2
SD7 - 1
DD40 - 1
2-6-0 OT - 2
2-6-0C OT -1
2-8-8-2 - 1
4-4-0 OT - 4

Chesapeake & Ohio
2-8-2 - 1
0-8-0 - 1
2-10-2 - 1
2-6-0 OT - 1
2-6-6-6 - 2
2-8-4 - 2
4-6-0 - 1
4-8-2 - 2
GP7 - 2
4-4-2 - 1

RF&P
2-8-4 - 1

Maryland & Pennsylvania
2-8-0 - 1
4-4-0 - 3
4-6-0 - 2
Doodle Bug - 1

Strasburg
0-4-0 - 1
2-4-0 - 1 (I'm trying to get this thing working!!!)
2-6-0 - 1
4-4-0 - 1

Baltimore & Annapolis
GE 70 - 1

American Freedom Train
4-8-4 - 2 (1 GS4 1 T1)

Baldwin Locomotive Works
2-8-0 - 1

Western Maryland
BL2 - 1

Erie Mining Company
GE45 - 1
3 truck shay - 1
3 truck hesiler - 1
2 truck climax - 2
Winter Tyme Express
4-4-0 OT - 1

Philidelphia and Reading
4-4-0 OT - 1

Carolwood Express
4-4-0 OT - 1

Central Railroad of California
4-4-0 OT - 1

Pennsylvania
2-6-0 - 1

Southern
4-4-0 - 1
4-6-0 - 1

Virginia and Truckee
4-4-0 OT - 1

John Bull
Dewitt Clinton
Thomas the Tank Engine



I think thats all!
Emily
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Trainman203

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« Reply #8 on: January 15, 2018, 11:02:14 PM »

Loco roster:

Steam:

10 Bachmann 4-4-0:  3 undec, 2 Midland Western, 2 Southern Rwy, 2 L&N, 1 Seaboard

1 0-6-0, other mfr, Frisco

5 Bachmann 52” driver 4-6-0 :  2 undec, 1 Midland Western, 1 Missouri Pacific, 1 Southern Rwy.

3 Bachmann 63” driver 4-6-0 , all Midland Western.

2 light USRA 4-6-2, other mfr:  1 L&N, one GM&O.

2 light USRA 4-8-2, Bachmann:  1 Missouri Pacific, 1 Frisco (presently inoperable)

2 Bachmann 2-6-0, both Arkansas, Texas & Southern.

7 Bachmann 2-8-0:  4 Missouri Pacific, 1 SP with Vanderbilt tender, 1 Rock Island, 1 Southern Rwy.

1 Bachmann USRA 2-8-2 , Frisco.

3 light USRA 2-8-2, other mfr:  1 Rock Island, 2 Missouri Pacific.

3 heavy USRA 2-8-2, other mfr:  2 Missouri Pacific, 1 Southern Rwy.

5 Bachmann 2-10-0:  2 Missouri Pacific, 1 Frisco, 1 undec, 1 Arkansas, Texas & Southern, 1 undec

3 USRA light 2-10-2, Bachmann : 1 Southern Rwy, 1 Seaboard, one Kansas City Southern.



Diesels (do not operate on current layout):  

EMD FT A-B-B-A, other mfr., early Cotton Belt scheme.

4 GP 7, other mfr:  2 Missouri Pacific   early blue/grey, 2 Texas & Pacific early scheme.

1 GP 7, Bachmann, Rock Island.
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« Reply #9 on: January 16, 2018, 12:39:24 AM »

B&O Fan - I was looking at your collection on Facebook. Wow! Since I'm an old time fan, I like all the old time stuff you have.  Smiley
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« Reply #10 on: January 16, 2018, 01:32:49 AM »

HO:
Thomas the Tank Engine
Bill
Union Pacific Alco 2-6-0
Model power 0-4-0 Diesel Switcher

HOn30:
Rheneas
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« Reply #11 on: January 16, 2018, 04:09:28 PM »

The largest steam engine I routinely use over my shortline is a 2-10-0 because of weight restrictions.   My line is a bridge between a Missouri Pacific mainline and a joint MP/SP interchange at the other end. The MP handles the switching at those points and sometimes will use a 2-8-2 for the job, once in a while a 4-8-2.  Those engines don’t haul trains out on the line.  We lease engines from the Mopac, the Frisco, and the Rock Island.  

I bought the 2-10-2s, the 4-8-2, and the diesel A-B-B-A to operate on a giant club layout now torn down.  I keep them for the future, they won’t be made again.
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« Reply #12 on: January 16, 2018, 04:35:25 PM »

Well you asked for it: -

       Number     Builder  Model/Wheels   type              H.P./T.E. GER Class      Year

        22           GMD     SW9       Switcher          1200      GBS-12       1953

   25           CLC      0-6-0      Switcher         39,100    W3            1920

        53           ALCO   S-2           Switcher       1000      AYS-10        1943

   83           CLC      0-8-0      Switcher           51,000      E5             1922

   103           MLW     FA-2      Freight           1600        MRA-16      1952
   116           MLW     FA-2      Freight           1600        MRA-16      1952

   156           MLW      RS-2      Road Switcher   1500        MRS-15      1950

   163        CLC       2-10-0     Light Freight       51,500     D1              1918
   164           CLC        2-10-0      Light Freight       51,500       D1              1918   
   173           CLC       2-10-0   Light Freight   51,500   D1a            1920   

   320           GMD      GP9       Road Switcher   1750        GRS-18a    1956
   322           GMD       GP9       Road Switcher   1750        GRS-18a    1956
   327           GMD       GP9        Road Switcher   1750        GRS-18b    1958
        334           GMD       GP9        Road Switcher   1750        GRS-18b    1958

   355           CLC       2-8-0       Freight              41,950      C3             1920
   359           CLC       2-8-0       Freight              41,950      C3             1920
   362           CLC       2-8-0       Freight              41,950      C3             1920
   371           CLC       2-8-0       Freight              41,950      C3             1920
   
   407           MLW     RS-3           Road Switcher   1600        MRS-16      1954
   414           MLW     RS-3           Road Switcher   1600        MRS-16      1954
   417           MLW     RS-3           Road Switcher   1600        MRS-16      1954

   480         ALCO   RS-1          Yard Road           1000        ARS-10       1950
   481           ALCO      RS-1          Yard Road         1000        ARS-10       1950

   526           CLC     2-8-2        Fast Freight      54,700     K3              1921
   541           CLC         2-8-2        Fast Freight      54,700     K3              1921

   551           MLW      RS-18       Road Switcher   1600        MRS-17      1955
   558           MLW      RS-18       Road Switcher   1600        MRS-17      1955

   628           CLC       4-8-2       Dual Service       53,900     U1              1923
   631           CLC       4-8-2       Dual Service       53,900     U1              1923
   635           CLC      4-8-2       Dual Service       53,900     U1              1923

   732            CLC      4-8-2       Freight               60,000     U2              1925
   748            CLC            4-8-2       Freight               60,000     U2              1925

   677           MLW    4-6-2       Dual Service       40,750     P6               1939
   685           MLW           4-6-2       Dual Service       40,750     P6               1939

   783           MLW     2-10-2     Drag Freight       69,600     S1               1929
   789           MLW      2-10-2     Drag Freight       73,800     S1a             1931

   840           GMD        GP7          Passenger          1500        GPS-10       1956

   872          MLW        FPA-2     Passenger         1600        MPA-16       1952

   852           GMD        FP7A         Passenger         1500        GPA-15       1951

   9000        EMD        DB1           Passenger           900          EM1            1932

   9020        Budd       RDC-3       Passenger         2x280      RDC-3          1958

   9058        Budd       RDC-1       Passenger         2x280       RDC-1         1958

Steam loco tender classes

Class T1a
Unmodified USRA tender (Athearn).
Allocated to the 2-8-2s.

Class T1bModified USRA tenders (Athearn) with six feet removed from the rear deck.
Allocated to the 4-6-2s.

Class T2a
Unmodified USRA tender (Bachmann).
Allocated to one 2-8-0 and two light 4-8-2s

Class T2b Modified USRA tender (Bachmann) with eight feet removed from the rear deck.
Allocated to two of the 2-8-0s.Class T2c

Modified USRA tender (Bachmann) with extended and recessed coalbunker.
Allocated to three heavy 4-8-2s.

Class T3a Modified Russian tender (Bachmann) with extended and recessed coalbunker.
Allocated to the Russian 2-10-0s.Class T4a USRA clear vision tender (Life-Like).

Allocated to the 0-8-0 and, with drawbar modifications, one 2-8-0.Class T4b USRA clear vision tender (Life-Like). (Subject to modification as it looks far too long)
Allocated the 0-6-0.

Class T5a
Modified Hicken tender (Bachmann) with three feet removed (Ist Course) from water tank.
Allocated to Class S1 and S1a 2-10-2s

Like I said at the top, you asked for it!  :-)    
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« Reply #13 on: January 16, 2018, 06:53:56 PM »

Some of us (me included) have WAAAAY too many toys!  Grin

I get the feeling I'll be adding more anyway.

Regards,

Jonathan
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« Reply #14 on: January 16, 2018, 08:18:41 PM »

Some of us (me included) have WAAAAY too many toys!  Grin

I get the feeling I'll be adding more anyway.

Regards,

Jonathan

Believe it or not, all mine are in fairly frequently use.  When the GER expands into the other half of the basement, don't tell She Who Must Be Obeyed, and the staging doubles in size, practically all of them will be in use to run the planned full time table of 30 trains per day.  Timetable based on the CPR timetable upon which my railway is based.

Since the demise of the Spectrum series, my purchases of  steam locos has ceased.

Cheers

Roger T.

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