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Nice job with the Thomas B&M one.  Bob, I like that Lobaugh, although its dimensions look a little too husky for me.  Those last photos show the size difference between early and late 4-4-0s - amazing!  And those new Lionels look beautiful.

I also saw once how somebody cut down a Rivarossi 4-6-0 into a 4-4-0, and I think those drivers are the right size.  That could be an inexpensive way to get started.

I wish I could post a prototype photo, but I don't want to run afoul of any forum rules.  We're talking the kind of stock 4-4-0 that all the railroads had in the 1880s.

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