Big Blue "Pennsy Power", Pennsylvania railroad locomotives
post 1, A Class, Switchers. A5 - Hobbyline, A5 - John English, A5 John English box.
post 2, B & C class, Tankers, A5 Mantua, B8Bachmann
post 3, B Class, B6sa Gilbert 155, B36 P2000, B6sa HO train Co. brass.
post 4, C Class, Marx kit bash C ?
post 5, D Class, D16sa Gem Brass, D1 Mantua
post 6, E Class, E8 Penn Line, E4 Mantua
post 7, F Class, F3sa Gem Brass, F1 Mantua
post 8, G Class, G5sa Liliput, G5sa Westside brass, G5sa Bowser.
post 9, H Class, H3 Model Power,H8 Penn Line, H10 Gem brass
post 13, By E-Paw, K4, K4 ,C liner
post 14, By Charlie B, M1 Broadway limited.
post 15, By tomustang, B36 USRA Bachmann
post 21, By tomustang, PRR Lima A class
post 22, By tomustang, PRR L2sa, USRA 2-8-2 6 photos of this loco.
post 24, By Charlie B, Baldwin BF16 A & B Sharknose (RF16A & B)
post 27, By herc driver, C Liner
post 28, By herc driver, Kato GG1 in N scale.
post 29, By Charlie B, T1 Broadway limited
post 31, By Charlie B, I1sa Broadway limited
post 32, I Class, I1sa Penn Line, I1sa Westside brass, I1sa Cary-Penn line
post 37, By Selector, J1sa Broadway Limited
post 39, By Charlie B, E7A
post 40, Class J, J1sa HO Train Co brass, J1sa HO Train Co. brass, L1sa Broadway Limited.
post 42, Class K, K2s lionel, K3s Cary Mantua.
post 43, K Class, K4sa Penn line, K4sa United brass.
post 44, By spurlines grandson, PRR L2s USRA
post 45, By Green_Elite_Cab, GE 44 tonner, Silverliner 11s, PC E44
post 47, L class, L1sa Penn Line, L2sa USRA Athearn, L2sa USRA front end Athearn.
post 49, A Penn Line K4 on a turntable.
post 50, A Penn Line L1sa in my Frankford yard.
post 51, A Penn Line GG1
post 52, By Charlie B, PRR PA1, FA1.
post 58, By Selector, PRR T1 Broadway Limited.
post 59, M Class, M1a Bowser, M1a Broadway Limited, M1b Broadway Limited.
post 60, M Class M1 Gem brass.
post 61, By Charlie B, PRR L2 USRA Blue line.
post 63, N Class, N1sa Cary Penn Line stock, N1sa Cary Penn Line custom, N1sa Westside brass.
post 64, Q Class, Q2s Imperial models.
post 68, S Class, S2 Custom Brass on NJ.
post 71, T Class, T1 Broadway Limited
post 72, CC Class, CC1 Rivarossi.
A Place to show your Altoona rail busters. A place for the Short and the Tall. The Big and the Small.
I'll start with Pennsys "A" class. the 0-4-0's. Well I never got one of those new Bowser A5sa. But I have both the HObbyline and John English A5sa's.
The Plastic HObbyline A5 is first. You can see I am missing a firemans side main rod and piston. Oh don't worry about the tilted headlight, it is that way for going around corners. This loco was made in a nopowered kit form as well as a powered kit and ready to run in a set.
The John Enghish Yard bird die cast A5sa. all metal.
The John Enghish Yard bird Kit Boxed
Last edited by toptrain
on Dec 8th, '09, 11:52, edited 11 times in total.
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