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 Posted: Fri Sep 21st, 2012 03:06 pm
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W C Greene
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Cool little lokey Junior. The train is very nice. I had wondered if you powered the single driver so thanks for the underfloor view of the tender. This loco reminds me of the very old Kemtron C&NW "Pioneer" 4-2-0 with tender. The tender had a 4 wheel drive Lindsey motor and pushed the tiny loco. Matter of fact, PSC still shows parts for building the "Pioneer" in their HO catalog.
I can't wait to see the module you are building for Luna and train.

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 Posted: Fri Sep 21st, 2012 07:12 pm
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The loco is very nice and showing what you went through and how this loco evolved I found very interesting All to often we are presented with a finished photo and have no clue as to how it all went together Thanks for showing this Happy Railroading Paul

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Great little loco and train!



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 Posted: Thu Sep 27th, 2012 11:59 am
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Thanks Herb, Woodie, Paul, and Ray.

Here I show the first step for the module (or diorama).

This is to be put at a corner of the module.







The future is long.....


Junior

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Excellent work all around so far. I'll be looking to see upsdates of your progress.

 



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Hi Jr.

The plants look great.
The timber piles seem as old as anything.
Fab building; love the roof.

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Moss on the roof even!

Excellent!

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 Posted: Fri Oct 5th, 2012 04:53 am
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Guys,

Thanks for your kind comments.

The possibility of a change of plan came out of the Gator Cove module (or diorama).
The plan was suspended. :w:

When resuming, a possibility of using a part of module of Reighton Gap Railway also came out.
See the lower photo.

Please wait for upload of a new report for a while.



And I show the photo of my lovely daughters.:bg:



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Junior

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Junior, you do indeed have beautiful daughters!

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That 2-4-0 is great looking. Is there a thread on it's construction?

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