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I had seen a photo showing three steam engines that were the same scale but different sizes based on their use. Could you forward photos and possibly drawings of your loco number 2 to Phil Jensen of HLW for them to produce the model? I found the link to your loco number 2, but the archives information is no longer available. Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. In order to verify that you are a human and not a spam bot, please enter the answer into the following box below based on the instructions contained in the graphic. Even now that company does produce a model of a 2-8-0 which was used in North America although designed for use overseas in WWII. People also seem to forget that that the C-62 and D-51 will sell well to steam minded Japanese customers in part because there wasn't the incredible variety of engines as used by North American lines. My intention with this thread was merely to show what´s possible in N scale nowadays. The overwhelming amount of different designs of US steam locos is a major problem for a manufacturer in any scale, not only in n scale, but the lack of steam in N scale is very sad. Why does a manufacturer like Bachmann or Kato does not dare to produce 2 - 3 different locos from the "Standard Railroad of the World"? C60  Originally C57 class 4-6-2s, with new trailing trucks and re-calibrated springing. It's that kind of variety that makes US steam so interesting and also makes you want to tear your hair out at the same time.


Strange that the Toyota Corolla is offered in Turkey (check out Toyota Europe), but not in the UK. This is a superb brand new Bachmann ”Special Anniversary Limited Edition” G Scale Baldwin 4-6-0 Steam Locomotive & matching 8-Wheel Coal Tender (Catalogue No.
This super-detailed steam engine (see accompanying photograph) comes in the restrained livery of the East Broad Top Railroad and is far superior to Bachmann’s standard production run of similar locomotives. This model incorporates many of the enhanced features to be found in the manufacturer’s high quality ‘Spectrum’ range with the latest precision drive mechanism, metal siderods and separate detail parts including piping and all metal handrails. A really impressive addition to any layout especially those who model on an American or Freelance basis.
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If you go to the photo index for the project, you can find all the photos of the process, at least. There was a British company with an overwhelmingly British customer base who tried it (with kits, no less) and failed utterly. The closest thing to standardization in the US were the locomotive designs of the USRA (forget the Pennsy, that was one railroad). OTOH, the Camry is available in the US, Canada and Australia, but not in Continental Europe or the UK. If you require further details regarding the transaction data, please contact the supplier directly.


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I'm presuming there was an alternate exhaust system, as that feature is absent from many of the OR&W's other locos as well, and I can't imagine it being exhausted to the interior of the cab. However, even with standard USRA designs, things were modified over the lives of the engines on many roads where the ultimate look was totally different from when the engines were built (e.g. Of course, they had to dump them at a loss because they couldn't make money selling them.
What are the origins of these models and are there inexpensive models for conversion to 1:24th? That's a big 10-4 (Yaris actually was available outside US before being available here). OK, we don't get the HiLux pickup (at least not under that name - looks like a Tacoma to me).
There are models not offered here, but then you could say the same thing about Ford and GM (think Vauxhall and Opel).




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  1. INTELEGENT:
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