Reminds me of the one or more double-ended unique styled diesel switchers built for Ford (those, and the Rock Island cabbed B units) are two diesels l would have to be restrained from buying.   But l am safe.....not enough buyers...

 

??Another one of THOSE!!??  What you want to sell is not what I want to buy!

Because its unusual, probably yes

 

 

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Vincent Massi posted:

hershey_reefer_732_bGood weathering on a boxcar that never existed.

It sure looks like a car that could have existed, though. For a fantasy car, it's plausible.

I've been to Hershey PA a few times over the years and love their products, so if I modelled standard gauge and got a good deal on it, yeah, I might have bought one of these!

p51 posted:
Vincent Massi posted:

hershey_reefer_732_bGood weathering on a boxcar that never existed.

It sure looks like a car that could have existed, though. For a fantasy car, it's plausible.

I've been to Hershey PA a few times over the years and love their products, so if I modelled standard gauge and got a good deal on it, yeah, I might have bought one of these!

Link, for fear of the dreaded copyright infringement:

https://www.protocraft.com/cat...77&Categoryid=21

Rusty

Hershey's really did have their own trucks. Most of them delivered milk, while ice cream trucks were a distant second. These trucks only went to and from their factories, however. I THINK that none of these models 941_1794600545_tpe16a4df933b59063f36f3c0c31990721hersheyschoc%20truck%20H01020%20BMil_570xN.687592788_oudytkr represent real Hershey's trucks. But I'd love to have them on my lay-out.

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The October 2011 Model Railroader magazine introduced this stupendous Bachman EM 1-2-8-8-4 locomotive. Baldwin Iron Works manufactured thirty of them, delivering them all to B&O in the last two years of WW2. Easy to maintain and operate, they excelled in the mountainous regions of West Virginia.

In 1960,3589928 B&O retired the last one, marking the end of their use of steam. A restored loco was accidentally sent to a scrapyard, and none of these magnificent steam locomotives remain.

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