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 Posted: Mon Jan 28th, 2019 10:58 pm
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The superstructure comes next: trial fit of the hood.

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Hood details often are changed around.  Dave L.

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Another view,  Dave L.

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Out of the paint shop.  Dave L.

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Another view.  Thanks for looking, Dave L.

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Number nine trial run. 





Thanks for looking. 

Regards, Dave L.






























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Very neat.






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David Laughery wrote: The foreman prefers old Athearn units.

They are sturdy and reliable good runners.





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Quite nice roster of motive power. That layout plan with boats on both ends looks good too.

Dang, might have to get my Gn15 back out and active!






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Old Athearn units are getting harder to find at train shows.



I've used some of the Bachmann DCC/DC engines but they have not held up well.



The Athearn engines are sturdy and reliable, as Forrest said.



Regards, Dave L.





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