Lets keep this rolling along
Meant to add, the detail isn't that bad when compared to any of today's plastic and diecast engines. Not bad at all for an engine that's almost 50 years old. It has a can motor and IIRC, the original gearbox. Runs smooth as silk on DCC. It also can pull the nails out of the wall.
Garry Nice work. track layout looks the part of a large station complex and streetcars help set the era. You really captured something I was going for, but didn't get close to as compared to yours.
... Be glad you didn't fool with them. The 2-10-2 chassis was an absolute first for me: A United chassis that was poorly done. The holes for the side rod screws were drilled out of plumb! I have never seen that before, and certainly not on a PFM model. Made it near impossible to get the hitch out of the get-a-long! Then, just because things weren't interesting enough, the driver centers are loaded with Zinc pest. I got it running, but it will never be perfect!
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