New Shorty SW Switcher for Gotham Harbor Transfer layout

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New Shorty SW Switcher for Gotham Harbor Transfer layout

  • New Shorty SW Switcher for 'Gotham Harbor Transfer' layout

    This has been on the 'To Do' list for a long while now, its been going together behind the scenes and now its done, its 2 AC railbus trucks, an HLW Mack cab, a USA Mighty Moe hood, and the chassis from a Bachmann bobber caboose that has been stretched.

    This was another fun bash, interior cab is scratched with a simple control stand. Its essentially a shorty version of an early SW type switcher and will be a good unit for the confined spaces of my harbor layout.

      Have fun with your trains

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  • is the air tank dragging or is it that low so you can add a rail head cleaning pad ?

    Dave

     

    The head is gray, hands don't work , back is weak, legs give out, eyes are gone, money go's and my wife still love's Me.

  • Hi Dave, thats actually supposed to be the fuel tank slung under the frame. Not an uncommon set up with small shorty engines.

      Have fun with your trains

  • I should try drinking my coffee before I send a post. Fuel tank that's what I was thinking but my fingers took control of the keyboard..........

    Dave

    The head is gray, hands don't work , back is weak, legs give out, eyes are gone, money go's and my wife still love's Me.

  • I hate it when that happens

    When I read about the evils of drinking I quit reading.