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N&W Mallet photos/diagrams

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N&W Mallet photos/diagrams
Posted by Steven2007 on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 1:20 PM

Does anyone have complete detailed side view diagrams and/or high-quaility side view photos of the following steamers? Z1, Z1a, Z2, Y2, Y2a, Y3, Y3a, Y4, and Y5

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Posted by gmpullman on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 2:20 PM

 

Have you looked here?

https://www.nwhs.org/archivesdb/rollingStock/index.php?Road=N%26W+Rwy&Cat=Locomotive&Type=Steam

This is just to get your foot in the door. You will have to search and explore on your own.

 

https://www.nwhs.org/archivesdb/listdocs/select.php?index=RS&id=266

 

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Posted by BigJim on Tuesday, March 30, 2021 6:09 PM

gmpullman

 

Have you looked here?

https://www.nwhs.org/archivesdb/rollingStock/index.php?Road=N%26W+Rwy&Cat=Locomotive&Type=Steam

This is just to get your foot in the door. You will have to search and explore on your own.

Do yourself a favor if you go to this site. Once you pick a loco from the red listing, after it loads, go to the upper right side and select "images". Note that there is a ton of info here and when you get to the bottom of the page be sure to click on "more"!

Also join the N&WHS!!!

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Posted by Overmod on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 1:18 AM
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Posted by BN7150 on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 11:41 AM

This book contains detailed drawings of Y3 (2021) and colored illustrations of Y3a (2055). Please see here for the table of contents. The used book is readily available. I'm curious why you want them.


"USRA 2-8-8-2 Series, Classic Power 3" (I don't know "Classic Power 3A")

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Posted by Overmod on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 12:30 PM

3A is the 'rewritten and expanded' second edition of Dressler's book.  I am embarrassed to say I knew exactly what the differences were... but have forgotten; there is or was at least one site on the Web that discusses the changes between the editions in detail.  As I recall, one change involved more detailed discussion of the stillborn Y7 simple-expansion proposal.

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