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 Posted: Tue Sep 18th, 2012 07:57 am
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Hi guys!

Here I upload a picture of my Sn2 (but runs on 9mm gauge track) 4-2-0 tender locomotive.
Are you interested in this locomotive?


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Junior

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 Posted: Tue Sep 18th, 2012 04:45 pm
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Has character, Junior

A little bit of whimsey here and there.

Really like the railroads name.


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 Posted: Tue Sep 18th, 2012 08:13 pm
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Hi Jr.

Like your loco dude.
It has an 'almost' Birdwater & Raspberry look to it...
...but without the dismisal of Newton's laws !!!
( I like the B&W by the way )

Also Jr.
Love the layout in your avatar pic.
I saw it HERE, or somewhere, on the net.
Great atmosphere, small size, COOL.
( I have your pics in my gallery )

Cheers

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Very nice Junior. Looks just like it should to haul a few cars.



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Junior,

I like it. so did you take the back axle off of an N scale 4-4-0? Or was this completely built from scratch?



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 Posted: Wed Sep 19th, 2012 07:04 am
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Thanks Herb,

So to speak, this is an accidental product.
This locomotive started as an 0-4-0 tender engine. :shocked:



I'm not pleased with this design at all. :td:
The design of this locomotive was changed five or six times, and, finally became like this.




Thanks Si.,

It is not the design well considered like Birdwater & Raspberry. :brill:
This was made by chance by trial and error.


























Thanks mabloodhound,

Few cars! Oh, yeah!!  :thumb:
I prepared a four-wheel boxcar for this locomotive.




Thanks jtrain,

This locomotive was built from scratch with some commercial parts, including KATO N scale PocketLine power unit. :)



Now I'm building a layout module (diorama?), named Gator Cove.




I’m going to upload building progress of this module as another report.

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Junior

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Junior,

Great little engine there. Sure is an insperation.

Can't wait to see the module. You do great work.

Bernd

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Can't wait to see 'Gator Cove' Jr !

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 Posted: Fri Sep 21st, 2012 05:31 am
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Thanks Bernd and Si.,

I'm going to start building this module from next week.

Wait awhile! ;)




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Junior, I love that little train!!


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