I like the Z-6s better, but I would not put them (or any articulated locomotive for that matter) in to the "Best Looking" category.JeffShultz said:my personal favorite is the Z-8 series Challengers run by SP&S and Northern Pacific.
GandyDancer said:I like the Z-6s better, but I would not put them (or any articulated locomotive for that matter) in to the "Best Looking" category.
I'm still thinking about it, but I am guessing I will eventually choose a Hudson or Northern class for best looking.....
I just like the bulky size of the beasts...GandyDancer said:I've never liked the "going up hill" look that the large pilot wheel and the tiny trailing truck wheels give the unit. Plus the fire box on that unit has allways seemed bulgy to me.
Now on that note, I'd buy something a tad, more, hummm how do you say it, Idiotic?JeffShultz said:I'm a utilitarian type - if my dad wins the lottery, he goes out and buys whatever Carrol Shelby is currently producing. If I win the lottery, it's a Dodge Ram 2500 (with every option added, admittedly...)
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