Everyone, I going to be starting to detail the top of my CSS. I am having a difficult time trying to find photos of the top of the 2101. The best I have been able to find are attached. Problem is these are grainy and taken from a distance. I do have one photo of the top of the CSS that was taken from a bridge, but that picture is on my computer at work. I'll edit this post when I get back to work on Tuesday.
In the mean time...below is a picture of the area forward of the cab and behind the expansion dome. The silver thingy is LTI's rendition of the steam whistle. After doing some research, I found out via another post on this website, that the CSS whistle was originally owned by Bill Howes and now is owned by Steve Wickersham. Anyway, this is supposed to be a Nathan whistle. With that being said...I'm trying to find a Precision Scale Co. whistle that is close to the whistle mentioned above. I just cant find any pictures of it. Lots of sound clips but no pictures. I have added a link to PSC's catalog, is any one of these even close? https://www.precisionscaleco.c...8/04/O-Steam-WOP.pdf The pages are 321 and 322.
Also, in the pictures below, I'm seeing what looks to be 2 steam generators. Is this correct?
These generators are on Page 127. From what I can tell, it looks to be a Pyle MO-6 Turbo generator w/o muffler. If you click on the black and white photo to open it, and then right click save it, then open it again, you can zoom in and see the generators better.
The picture directly above is hard to see anything with all the background stuff.
Also, forward of the stack, appears to be a "pressure relief" for the boiler, is this correct?
Thanks for the help,