I did this video earlier this week, but due to schoolwork, course selections, and tests at my high school, I just now got the video uploaded! I hope you guys enjoy the video! I will be doing a review on this engine in the very near future. Finally, thank all of you for the support I've been getting on my channel so far! Model railroading has been a hobby of mine ever since I was a little kid! Its an honor sharing some of my railroading experiences so far! This video is just some running on a temporary test track in my basement. As soon as I can, I'll go to my local lumber yard, buy some lumber, and get started on my benchwork! 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBDePphtRSY

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Dan, you need to go into setting on YouTube and change the permissions of who can see the video.

 

As of this post it's coming up as private.

Nice work Dan! Good to see another one of us young guys out there!

 

This hobby is far from dead. 

Originally Posted by Notch 6:

Nice work Dan! Good to see another one of us young guys out there!

 

This hobby is far from dead. 

Very true Notch 6, some people ( a few of my friends ) think the hobby is "nerdy", however I think it's a chill hobby that I grew up with and I'm an advanced/honors student and a three sport athlete. I can't take AP courses yet because I'm a sophomore. Anyways, thanks for your feedback Notch 6! This hobby is far from dead...

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Originally Posted by Michigan & Ohio Valley Lines:

I always enjoy a good running session.  Great looking locomotive.

Thanks Keith!

 

Originally Posted by Michigan & Ohio Valley Lines:

I always enjoy a good running session.  Great looking locomotive.

Also I saw your youtube channel, I subscribed. Nice layout!

Great video Dan, that engine would look great pulling the made in USA presidential cars.  I've not seen that engine before, can you tell me some details on when it was cataloged and features.  Thank you.

 

Steve, Lady and Tex

Originally Posted by Dan's Trains:
Originally Posted by Michigan & Ohio Valley Lines:

I always enjoy a good running session.  Great looking locomotive.

Also I saw your youtube channel, I subscribed. Nice layout!

 thanks.

Originally Posted by Dan's Trains:
Originally Posted by Notch 6:

Nice work Dan! Good to see another one of us young guys out there!

 

This hobby is far from dead. 

Very true Notch 6, some people ( a few of my friends ) think the hobby is "nerdy", however I think it's a chill hobby that I grew up with and I'm an advanced/honors student and a three sport athlete. I can't take AP courses yet because I'm a sophomore. Anyways, thanks for your feedback Notch 6! This hobby is far from dead...

Thanks for the video, Dan. Good looking engine.(and it worked like it should have)

 

take some of the skeptics on a short railfan trip someday. I think that will change their minds. maybe a nice long oil train or an auto rack consist will hit home with them.

Originally Posted by Moonman:
Originally Posted by Dan's Trains:
Originally Posted by Notch 6:

Nice work Dan! Good to see another one of us young guys out there!

 

This hobby is far from dead. 

Very true Notch 6, some people ( a few of my friends ) think the hobby is "nerdy", however I think it's a chill hobby that I grew up with and I'm an advanced/honors student and a three sport athlete. I can't take AP courses yet because I'm a sophomore. Anyways, thanks for your feedback Notch 6! This hobby is far from dead...

Thanks for the video, Dan. Good looking engine.(and it worked like it should have)

 

take some of the skeptics on a short railfan trip someday. I think that will change their minds. maybe a nice long oil train or an auto rack consist will hit home with them.

Ok Carl, sounds like a good idea!

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