Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:
das boot posted:
Doug N posted:

How about a Legacy NKP switcher?

Yes, an ALCO S-4, NICKEL PLATE #79

enjoy your trains...

 

 

How about Long Island railroad?

No Long Island, some of the more unique S-2 road names  would be Ford, Youngstown Sheet, Portland Terminal,  Morristown and Erie, to name a few...

enjoy your trains...

 

 

das boot posted:
Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:
das boot posted:
Doug N posted:

How about a Legacy NKP switcher?

Yes, an ALCO S-4, NICKEL PLATE #79

enjoy your trains...

 

 

How about Long Island railroad?

No Long Island, some of the more unique S-2 road names  would be Ford, Youngstown Sheet, Portland Terminal,  Morristown and Erie, to name a few...

enjoy your trains...

 

 

I saw those. The Youngstown sheet definitely got my attention

Well, I am one of the few conventional runners left, so motive power is pretty much a dead issue for me any more. Even. LC+ is more than I need and you pay a price for the extra features. 

I will need to stick to occasional rolling stock in the new catalogs, I guess. They stopped making the postwar style 15” aluminum passenger cars, too.  I have plenty of those from past issues, of course, so no complaints  

As with many other things, time is quickly leaving me behind when it comes to model railroading. Give me my postwar.

 

Ted S posted:

@Dj'sOgaugetrains I'm pretty sure the I-12 is a bay-window caboose based on a B&O prototype, not a steam locomotive.  They've been made before.  You might be confusing it with the I10 designation for a PRR Decapod (which have also been made before ;-)

Ah cool. It’s mentioned in the very first post in this thread. I thought it was a small steamer. But yeah now I remember the Lionel caboose. I had one years ago. Thanks!

Jon C posted:
Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:
Peter Araujo posted:

I'm dying to see those Union Pacific add-on passenger cars.

Me too. 

C2EA8F04-A71B-40F9-86A2-62F38F26B49AI can also neither confirm nor deny that they offered 9096πŸ˜‰

I have not seen the hard copy catalog yet so I must be missing something in the feature sets of the various add-on cars. Otherwise I can't see why single dome cars have a MSRP of $329 and two car expansion sets on the same pages, each including a dome car, have a MSRP of $359. What gives?

Hancock52 posted:
Jon C posted:
Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:
Peter Araujo posted:

I'm dying to see those Union Pacific add-on passenger cars.

Me too. 

C2EA8F04-A71B-40F9-86A2-62F38F26B49AI can also neither confirm nor deny that they offered 9096πŸ˜‰

I have not seen the hard copy catalog yet so I must be missing something in the feature sets of the various add-on cars. Otherwise I can't see why single dome cars have a MSRP of $329 and two car expansion sets on the same pages, each including a dome car, have a MSRP of $359. What gives?

"What gives?"

WI-FI video cameras are installed in the "vistavision" dome cars.

enjoy your trains...

 

 

Jon C posted:
Trainlover9943 posted:

Let's see this blue goose! 

AB5B32EF-A8BF-4468-8F14-244E3687EC1EHere it is! I don’t know how I feel about it.

Another fantasy paint scheme? I took to reading what I could there and it says was to be shrouded like the Hudson but never happened. Couldn't see about the paint scheme completely, but it sounds like it never happened either.

I like that they brought this back, can't wait. I'm also wondering what else the catalog will have in store besides the big boy and the Santa Fe's?

Trainlover9943 posted:
Peter Araujo posted:

Yeah, like 

N&WGuy posted:

Can anyone post more catalog pics?

Yeah, like SD70ACEs and more rolling stock.

And OCS unit. 

I’m assuming these are the UP OCS and not the NS OCS or KCS OCS?

Modeling Enola PA in miniature

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https://www.instagram.com/ns6770fan_productions/

β€œIt’s a good thing to let another generation know what a steam locomotive is.” β€” Southern Railway Vice President-Law W. Graham Claytor Jr.

NS6770Fan posted:
Trainlover9943 posted:
Peter Araujo posted:

Yeah, like 

N&WGuy posted:

Can anyone post more catalog pics?

Yeah, like SD70ACEs and more rolling stock.

And OCS unit. 

I’m assuming these are the UP OCS and not the NS OCS or KCS OCS?

They are Norfolk Southern. The UP cars for the Funeral Train and Excursion Cars, many are used in their Business train as well but the one cataloged OCS are NS.

Pete

Norton posted:
NS6770Fan posted:
Trainlover9943 posted:
Peter Araujo posted:

Yeah, like 

N&WGuy posted:

Can anyone post more catalog pics?

Yeah, like SD70ACEs and more rolling stock.

And OCS unit. 

I’m assuming these are the UP OCS and not the NS OCS or KCS OCS?

They are Norfolk Southern. The UP cars for the Funeral Train and Excursion Cars, many are used in their Business train as well but the one cataloged OCS are NS.

Pete

Can someone post pictures of these? Do they have the ditchlights?

Modeling Enola PA in miniature

β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”β€”

https://www.instagram.com/ns6770fan_productions/

β€œIt’s a good thing to let another generation know what a steam locomotive is.” β€” Southern Railway Vice President-Law W. Graham Claytor Jr.

NS6770Fan posted:
Norton posted:
NS6770Fan posted:
Trainlover9943 posted:
Peter Araujo posted:

Yeah, like 

N&WGuy posted:

Can anyone post more catalog pics?

Yeah, like SD70ACEs and more rolling stock.

And OCS unit. 

I’m assuming these are the UP OCS and not the NS OCS or KCS OCS?

They are Norfolk Southern. The UP cars for the Funeral Train and Excursion Cars, many are used in their Business train as well but the one cataloged OCS are NS.

Pete

Can someone post pictures of these? Do they have the ditchlights?

They have the ditch lights and a new tooling for the HEP on the roof.

Ted S posted:

@Dj'sOgaugetrains I'm pretty sure the I-12 is a bay-window caboose based on a B&O prototype, not a steam locomotive.  They've been made before.  You might be confusing it with the I10 designation for a PRR Decapod (which have also been made before ;-)

The I-12 wagontop B&O caboose would likely sell pretty well, as they seem to go for a premium on eBay.  I have one already, and think its a well made model.

Jim

Formerly Historic Frederick County, Maryland.  Now close to Baltimore.  Modeling both the Reading and B&O Railroads.

 

Caleb 10/14/15 - 10/19/19, I'll miss you buddy!

Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:
SDIV Tim posted:

Other than the No Coal load, do we know what other features are missing for the big boys compared to the 2014 run?

The dual smoke units for each smoke stack, & the blowdown effect. This run appears to have a single smoke unit for both stacks. 

Is the dynamo effect still there?

Berkshire President posted:
Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:
SDIV Tim posted:

Other than the No Coal load, do we know what other features are missing for the big boys compared to the 2014 run?

The dual smoke units for each smoke stack, & the blowdown effect. This run appears to have a single smoke unit for both stacks. 

Is the dynamo effect still there?

The Big Boys never had the dynamo steam effect, but they are on the Vision Line Challengers.

Berkshire President posted:
Dj'sOgaugetrains posted:
SDIV Tim posted:

Other than the No Coal load, do we know what other features are missing for the big boys compared to the 2014 run?

The dual smoke units for each smoke stack, & the blowdown effect. This run appears to have a single smoke unit for both stacks. 

Is the dynamo effect still there?

There was never a dynamo effect on a Big Boy. Just the Challengers and it is still on those.

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