My 10'-by-5' under construction 3-rail layout is supposed to resemble New England and upstate New York, so I mostly run equipment from the New Haven, Boston & Maine, and New York Central railroads. Today, I decided to run a Weaver model which I bought at least ten years ago and hadn't run for two years - Maine Central 501, a 2-8-0 steam engine. Since the layout is small, I run short trains and small engines - slowly. So, I coupled an MEC caboose and boxcar behind the locomotive, set my Z-4000 to 10 volts, and got this short freight moving at about 25 mph. I really enjoyed running this engine! The steam sounds and, especially, the whistle are as good as any other steamer that I own. Some pictures attached. The station in the last photo is a model of the station in Phillips, Maine on the former 2-foot narrow gauge Sandy River Railroad.