How's this for a NG LocO ..
#1
I bet this would be right at hoMe on a 2 FOOT Gauge rail line or as a model .

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Looks kinda like the Bachmann N scale 0-4-0 minus a pilot truck...
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#3
That's a cool way to display a train on a layout too! Big Grin
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#4
Cool! I spent quite a bit of time in Cape Breton and never saw that little guy on display. The RR is still going under Sydney Coal Railway today and uses GP38-2's and a mix of five bay hoppers and rotary dump cars to move coal.

These were taken a few years ago when it was Devco Railway. Everything still looks the same by the equipment has SCR reporting marks now.

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#5
There's a good shot of Old Sydney Collieries #25 here: http://www.trainweb.org/oldtimetrains/in...allery.htm (( next to the last of a number of photos ))
I just realized :o I have no photos of my HOn3 2-4-2 Eek Eek
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Sumpter250 Wrote:There's a good shot of Old Sydney Collieries #25 here: http://www.trainweb.org/oldtimetrains/in...allery.htm (( next to the last of a number of photos ))
I just realized :o I have no photos of my HOn3 2-4-2 Eek Eek
Time to take some photo's..

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Sag Harbor Shipbuilding and Dry dock Company, 3 foot gauge,HO, 2-4-2, and caboose:
   
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#8
Here's some more LocO's and a link which I think would be good for Narrow Gauge LocO or a model railroad..

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1st Loco is from The Raquette Lake Transportation Company ... the others are from The LAKE CHAMPLAIN and MORIAH RR
anyone else think so ?

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A pair of HOn3 locos built from the MDC 3-1 kits
2-4-4-0t articulated
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0-8-0t
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#10
The MDC 2-4-4-0, and the 2-8-0T are both very nicely done Thumbsup Thumbsup
I am especially happy to see that I am not the only person who used that 3-in-1 kit to produce a narrow gauge articulated locomotive. My praise comes with this confirmation, that I fully understand and appreciate the effort you put into building these.
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This one, SHS&D outside frame 2-6-6-2, is still "awaiting attention/under construction"
(( or maybe it's waiting for another "Get Off Your Duff Challenge" ))
   
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#11
Those are pretty neat. Are they powered? My two are just static locos since my very small Ng branchline isn't operational.
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The 2-4-4-2 just lost its motor, looking for a replacement can motor to get it back up again.
The 2-6-6-2 isn't powered.....yet. I still have some issues with one of the frames, and "binding" in the side-rods.
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