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briansilvermustang posted:

 

             here's to a "F E F"...   switcher style...             good idea Lee 

 

 

 

 

         Marci found this one in Napoleon Oh. last weekend...

                            still looking for info on it...       have a great weekend everyone !!

 

 

Brian, I've been combing teh googles for pics of small locomotives and can't find a match. Maybe Marci can go back there and find the builder's plate and take a pic? 

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geysergazer posted:
briansilvermustang posted:

 

             here's to a "F E F"...   switcher style...             good idea Lee 

 

 

 

 

         Marci found this one in Napoleon Oh. last weekend...

                            still looking for info on it...       have a great weekend everyone !!

 

 

Brian, I've been combing teh googles for pics of small locomotives and can't find a match. Maybe Marci can go back there and find the builder's plate and take a pic? 

For some reason, I think that is a old Plymouth industrial locomotive'...

Quarter Gauger 48 posted:
geysergazer posted:
briansilvermustang posted:

 

             here's to a "F E F"...   switcher style...             good idea Lee 

  

         Marci found this one in Napoleon Oh. last weekend...

                            still looking for info on it...       have a great weekend everyone !!

 

 

Brian, I've been combing teh googles for pics of small locomotives and can't find a match. Maybe Marci can go back there and find the builder's plate and take a pic? 

For some reason, I think that is a old Plymouth industrial locomotive'...

Ted, wrt Plymouth lineage two things bother me: (1 the outboard wheel-bearings & suspension and (2 the full-height hood. Any Plymouth photo I've seen shows a lower hood.

briansilvermustang posted:

 

             here's to a "F E F"...   switcher style...             good idea Lee 

 

 

 

 

         Marci found this one in Napoleon Oh. last weekend...

                            still looking for info on it...       have a great weekend everyone !!

 

 

Thanks Brian 

geysergazer posted:
Quarter Gauger 48 posted:
geysergazer posted:
briansilvermustang posted:

 

             here's to a "F E F"...   switcher style...             good idea Lee 

  

         Marci found this one in Napoleon Oh. last weekend...

                            still looking for info on it...       have a great weekend everyone !!

 

 

Brian, I've been combing teh googles for pics of small locomotives and can't find a match. Maybe Marci can go back there and find the builder's plate and take a pic? 

For some reason, I think that is a old Plymouth industrial locomotive'...

Ted, wrt Plymouth lineage two things bother me: (1 the outboard wheel-bearings & suspension and (2 the full-height hood. Any Plymouth photo I've seen shows a lower hood.

Lew, take a look at this web site'.  There are many similar industrial locos.  Yours could possibly be English or Russian... Still reminds me of the Plymouth's from the early 40s....

http://yourrailwaypictures.com...ndex-Industrial.html

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briansilvermustang posted:

 

          "Lee- I see no problem here at all......buy 'em both! "

 

                         yep, I agree with what Bob says !!! 

 

 

 

 

                     and this one is on it's way...

 

 

Yes I may have to some day.  Brian what do you mean it on its way??? 

 

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Berkshirelover726 posted:

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Happy Front End Friday. I picked this up last weekend at the Great Scale show in Maryland. I’ve wanted one since I was a kid!

Love the BL-2. I have the same demo model. Now I've gotta get it out of the box and on the rails.
This one's nice too

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Yes the demo BL-2 is a must have.  Although actually built as a BL-1.  But was modified to a BL-2 like the production models.

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Ron

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