As far as I know the NW2 is built to scale, or extremely close to scale.

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As mentioned, the NW2 is pretty close, I believe.  The camel-back is also scale.  As far as I know those are the only ones right now.  

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If the old K-Line tooling they are derived from is they are.

 

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Allin posted:

As far as I know the NW2 is built to scale, or extremely close to scale.

hello Allin.........

The Atlas "O" and MTH Railking NW-2, SW-8,9 switchers are scale in size. Not sure about the Williams NW-2 but they sure look husky and good looking.  I have a Railking NW-2 and measured it to, my surprise it is scale.

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This same question seems to pop up regularly. In the LionChief line, the FTs, NW switchers, GP-7s, GP-9s and GP-38s are essentially scale in size (1/48). The Alco FAs and Rectifiers are smaller than scale. In the LionChief line of steam engines, the Camelbacks are scale, and all the other steam engines are smaller than scale. 

breezinup posted:

This same question seems to pop up regularly. In the LionChief line, the FTs, NW switchers, GP-7s, GP-9s and GP-38s are essentially scale in size (1/48). The Alco FAs and Rectifiers are smaller than scale. In the LionChief line of steam engines, the Camelbacks are scale, and all the other steam engines are smaller than scale. 

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breezinup posted:

This same question seems to pop up regularly. In the LionChief line, the FTs, NW switchers, GP-7s, GP-9s and GP-38s are essentially scale in size (1/48). The Alco FAs and Rectifiers are smaller than scale. In the LionChief line of steam engines, the Camelbacks are scale, and all the other steam engines are smaller than scale. 

Are the 0-4-0 A5's scale also?

Edit: Nevermind just saw previous post. thanks

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   This is good info, I have been looking at a LC+ Camelback, might pick that particular engine up, to add to the Christmas layout. 

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