Greetings fellow Switcher Saturday Enthusiasts! This is our weekly tribute to smaller locomotives that do the big work of railroading. Switcher Saturday is open switchers and little railroad critters of all scales and gauges, with an obvious concentration on three rail O gauge given our host forum.
Everyone plays nice and everyone follows the OGR tos. It's that simple and lots of fun.
First up tonight, following a little sub trend from last week, is my custom painted Lionel switcher with just a caboose. Since my kids wanted to watch the Lego movie Friday night, we have one of my favorite custom cabooses, complete with Benny on the roof ( looking for space ships of course!)
After that another picture of one of the old 80 ton center cabs at work. The other one was actually fired up today to kick some cars for inspection. Unfortunately I missed it by about 15 minutes, otherwise I would give you some video with sound.
Beyond that I have still been occasionally flipping through the old picture albums at work.
I finally found a picture with a switcher in it. It looks to be a Pennsy GP-7 spotting some gondolas.
Here some other scenes from around the site I thought you folks would enjoy.
Not every got moved by rail!!
Not sure why this one didn't rotate.
Pretty sure that 's an inspection speeder in the bottom right.
More big steel, dearator tank going up.
Boiler drum spotted- 4 truck assemblies on a shorty flat car.
So enjoy everybody. Have a great switcher saturday!