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« Reply #860 on: May 3rd, 2018, 11:49am »
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on May 3rd, 2018, 7:57am, toptrain wrote:       (Click here for original message)
* Another different wheel arrangement is this Model Power released the 0-8-0 in Pennsy C1 made in Brazil by Frateschi.  
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Model Power sure got good mileage out of that shell...


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« Reply #861 on: May 4th, 2018, 7:42am »
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Henry, there also were other road names. They were very common at one time.  
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« Reply #862 on: May 4th, 2018, 12:26pm »
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I figured that since they don't have a Belpaire firebox


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I figured that since they don't have a Belpaire firebox

 
 The Pennsy first locomotives of these three classes 4-6-0, G. 2-8-0, H. and 0-8-0, C, didn't have belpaire fireboxes. They were not invented yet. They came later on. These models are good representations of these early classes of locomotives if you model 1860 to 1890. They were still common into the 1920s.  
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 At the recent Franklin NJ train show I acquired 3 Penn Line D2 Midget diesels. One is unbuilt still in kit form in it original box. Another in build but unfinished. The third is built and primed black. Because of the lack of the ability to post multiple photos in one post I must use two posts
 
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 At the recent Franklin NJ train show I acquired 3 Penn Line D2 Midget diesels. One is unbuilt still in kit form in it original box. Another in build but unfinished. The third is built and primed black. Because of the lack of the ability to post multiple photos in one post I must use two posts  
 
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