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Your Locomotive Fleet
Posted by CrazyDelmar on Sunday, October 29, 2006 8:39 PM

With the recent rolling stock roster question, I was wondering what people had in their fleets.

My Fleet:

Switchers:

3 four-wheeled made-from-scratch locos    
Road Names: PRR, TN&E (my own)x2

Road Locos:

From EMD:
1 GP7     UPRR
2 GP38   both TN&E
2 GP40   TN&E, CSX

From ALCO:
1 C430    MKT

Passenger:

F7  -- Santa Fe Warbonnet
Southern Pacific GS-4 4-8-4
Santa Fe Doodlebug

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Posted by conrail92 on Sunday, October 29, 2006 8:53 PM
Road:

sd75 SF
sd40-2 Conrail
9-44cw Norfolk southern (in the mail cant wait for it too arive :) )

Passenger:
Amtrak p42 powered and unpowered
I dont have much but hope to improve it
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Posted by coborn35 on Sunday, October 29, 2006 8:53 PM

Switchers:

SW7-Being scrapped, cab salvaged.

 

Road Power:

SD45: Great Northern

SD45T-2: Duluth Missabe and Iron Range Ry.

GP60M: BNSF

F7A, F7B: Great Northern

SD40: Scrapped, cab salvaged

GP40: Scrapped, cab salvaged

SDP40: Scrapped, cab salvaged

 

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Posted by P & LE RR on Sunday, October 29, 2006 9:00 PM
just one loco so far... hopefully more soon!

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Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, October 29, 2006 9:42 PM
My fleet is as follows:
LL P2K-ATSF GP-30 2
              ATSF GP-7 1
              ATSF  GP-9 3
              ATSF GP-35 1
              ATSF F-3 2
              ATSF F-7B 1
              BN SD-9 2
              BN GP-20 1
              SSW GP-20 1
               MP SW-8 1
              ATSF S-1 1
KATO ATSF SD-40-2 1
            UP RSD-3 1
ATHEARN SP F-7 2
                   ATSF GP-9 2
                   ATSF SD-40T 1
                   ATSF GP-35 1
                   UP GP-9 1
                    SOUTHERN SW-7 1
                   SP GP-50 1
                   BN SD-9 1
BACHMAN ATSF FM Baby TM 1
                     UP GP-40 1
                      UP F-45 1
ROUNDHOUSE FRISCO RS-3 1
                            NC&StL RS-3 1
LIONEL UP HUSTLER 1
 AHM ATSF F-7 1
           CNW C-424 1
           ATSF S-1 1
           CN F-45 1
RIVAROSSI SP CAB FORWARS 4-8-8-4 1
                      UP CHALLENGER 4-6-6-4 1
IHC D&SL 2-8-0 1
       D&RG MOUNTAIN 2-8-4 1
BLI UP 2-8-4 MOUNTAIN  1
That about does it.  I'm saving to get a BN BLI SD-40-2 with sound and a NW-2.  Tweet
                

                  
          
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Posted by Tracklayer on Sunday, October 29, 2006 9:56 PM

2 Santa Fe 8-40 CWs, 2 Union Pacific 8-40 CWs, 2 Amtrak P-42s in phase V, 1 Southern Pacific SD-9, 1 Southern Pacific GP-40-2, 1 Cotton Belt GP-40, Santa Fe E-8 A&B set, Sothern Pacific F-7 A&B set, 1 Union Pacific 2-8-8-2, 1 Rio Grande 2-6-6-2, 1 Western Pacific 2-8-2, 1 Santa Fe 2-8-0, 1 Southern Pacific 4-6-2, 1 Santa Fe 4-8-4, 1 Norfolk & Western 4-8-4 J and 1 Santa Fe 0-6-0 dummy loco. That's 19 including the dummy... And I'm quite content with what I have.

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Posted by tstage on Sunday, October 29, 2006 10:11 PM
My locomotive roster is small, compared to most of you:

NYC
  • Baldwin 2-8-2 Mikado (Athearn) - #1852
  • Baldwin 2-8-2 Mikado (BLI) - #5101
  • Lima 2-8-2 Mikado (Trix) - #1883
  • Alco S1 switcher (Proto 2000) - #687
  • Baldwin VO-660 switcher (Stewart) - #501
  • EMD FT A-B diesel (Stewart) - #1600/2400 (on BO)
Erie
  • Alco S1 switcher(s) (Proto 2000) - #308 & #319
  • EMD FT A-B diesel (Stewart) - #701
Even so, it's still enough locomotives to keep my crew busy.

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Posted by ezielinski on Sunday, October 29, 2006 10:20 PM

I think there was a thread about this before, but:


Athearn SD40-2 IC

Athearn SD40-2 IC

Athearn SD40-2 MILW

Athearn SD40-2 CNW (Operation Lifesaver) 

Athearn SDP40 GN

Bachmann GP30 GN

Bachmann GP30 PRR

Bachmann Plus F7A GN

Bachmann Plus F7B GN

Bachmann Pluss F7A PRR

Bachmann Plus F7B GN

Bachmann Plus F7B PRR

Bachmann 0-6-0 GN

Walthers Dash 8-40BW SF

Walthers GP9M SF

Proto 2000 GP38-2 SF

Bachmann Spectrum K4 4-6-2 PRR

Bachmann 0-6-0 PRR

Walthers GP9M PRR

Athearn SW7 Cow/Calf PRR

Proto 2000 GP9II CN

Athearn RTR GP38-2 WC

Proto 2000 GP18 CNW

Bachmann Spectrum Dash 8-40CW CNW

Proto 2000 S1 CNW 

Athearn RTR SD50 CNW (Operation Lifesaver)

Bachmann Spectrum 4-6-0 High-boiler CNW 

 

I'm sure there are some I forgetting, but I know locos + rolling stock = 157.


 

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Posted by aloco on Sunday, October 29, 2006 10:30 PM
One short of too many and one short of not enough.
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Posted by joecool1212 on Sunday, October 29, 2006 10:32 PM
Let see where to begin?  Ill list them by RR
3 c44-9 BNSF
1 SD 70 BNSF
2 SD 45 BN
1 SD 40-2 BN
1 Alco C630 BN
1 GP 38 BN
1 GP 20 BN
1 SW 1500 BN
1 SW 800 BN
1 Alco S4 Chicago Burlington & Quincy

1 SD 75 Santa Fe Warbonet (BNSF)
2 SDP 45 Santa Fe
1 SD 45 Santa Fe
2 GP 50 Santa Fe
1 Alco RSD15
1 Alco C424 Warbonet
2 EMD F3A
2 EMD F3B

1 SD 90mac Union Pacific
1 C44-9w Union Pacific
3 C40-8 Union Pacific
1 C40-8 North Western (Union Pacific)
2 SD 60 Union Pacific
2 SD 45 Union Pacific
1 SD 40-2 Union Pacific (Desert Victory)
1 GP 20 high nose Union Pacific
1 Gp 20 Union Pacific

1 SD90MAC Norfolk Southern
2 B40-8 Norfolk Southern
2 GP 60 Norfolk Southern
1 GP 18 High Nose Norfolk & Western (Norfolk Southern)

1 C40-8 Conrail
2 SD 45 Conrail
1 SD 40-2 Conrail
1 SD 9 high nose Conrail
1 Industrial Switcher Conrail

1 AC 6000 CSX
1 SD90MAC CSX
5 AC 4400 CSX
2 C44-9W CSX
1 SD 70M CSX
1 C40-8 CSX
1 SD45 CSX
4 SD 40-2 CSX
1 B40-8 CSX
3 GP40-2 CSX
1 GP38-2 CSX
1 GP9 CSX
1 GP9 High Nose Conrail (CSX)
1 SW1500 CSX

6 SD40-2 Chessie
1 SD35 Chessie

1 Ge U33C Seaboard Coast Line
2 SD45 Seaboard coast Line
2 GE U18B Seaboard Coast Line
2 GP 18 High Nose Seaboard Coast Line

1 FM Trainmaster H-24-66 CNJ
1 FM Baby Trainmaster H15-44 CNJ
1 Alco RS3 CNJ
1 Alco S1 CNJ
1 Camelback

3 Alco PA-2 Erie Lackawanna
1 Alco PB-2 Erie Lackawanna
1 Alco RS3 Erie Lackawanna
1 TR 2 Calf Erie Lackawanna

1 GP 18 High Nose LV
2 Alco FA-2 LV
1 Alco FB-2 LV
1 GP 20 LV

1 Baldwin RF16 NYC
1 Alco RS11 NYC

1 Alco RS11 PRR
1 S1 PRR

1 AC4400 KCS

1 SD75I CN

1 AC4400 CP Rail

1 U36C DH
1 Alco RS11 DH
1 GP38 DH

1 Alco C425 Rock Island
1 U18B Rock Island

2 B40-8 Amtrak
1 P42Genisis Amtrak
2 F45 Amtrak
1 F59PHI Amtrak
2 F40PH-2 Amtrak
1 S4 Amtrak

6 other engines in paint shop 1 Union pacific 2 CSX 1 Santa Fe and 2 I dont know what Ill make them.  Joe A.


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Posted by jeffrey-wimberly on Sunday, October 29, 2006 11:03 PM

Angry [:(!]Proto 2000

1 Alco PA1 MKT

1 EMD E6 KCS

1 EMD GP30 KCS

 

Bachmann

1 GP50 MKT

1 GP40-2 KCS

2 EMD FT's KCS

1 4-4-0 wood burner

2 0-6-0 USRA switchers ATSF

1 4-6-0 Hall type steamer

 

Model Power

2 Hustler's (unpowered) ATSF

 

Athearn

3 EMD F7A's KCS

2 EMD F7B's KCS

1 Alco PA2 MKT

1 Alco PB2 MKT (even though they didn't use PB2's)

2 EMD SD40-2's KCS

1 EMD GP38-2 MG

1 EMD GP60 J&M Mining

1 EMD SD9 MG

1 4-6-2 Light Pacific (Genesis) GM&O

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Posted by selector on Sunday, October 29, 2006 11:21 PM

In order of acquisition:

BLI   TH&B J1d 4-6-4 (Hudson)

Proto Heritage USRA undec 0-6-0

Proto 2000 PRR FA2/FB2

IHC  WP&Y 2-8-2 (Mikado)

Lionel  UP 4-6-6-4 (Challenger)

BLI    PRR K4s 4-6-2 (Pacific)

BLI    NYC S1b 4-8-4 (Niagara), and

BLI    PRR J1 2-10-4 (Texas type)

Santa let it slip that a Trix NYC 2-8-2 (Mikado) is on the way

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Posted by Pathfinder on Monday, October 30, 2006 12:39 AM
My roster:

Diesels (all CP unless noted)
Under 1,500 HP
SW1200RS
S3
RS1 (SI)
DRS4-4-1000
DS4-4-1000
RS23
RS2

Over 1,500 HP
SD40
SD40-2 (several)
GP30
GP38 (several)
RS18
GP7 (several)
GP9 (several)
FP7
F7B
FA2 (VIA)
FB1
SD40-2 (SP Olympic scheme; ATSF/SP merger scheme)
SD40-2T (DRGW)
F59PHI (West Coast Express)
C424
C Liners, A and B
Trainmaster

Steam
Shay (2 and 3 truck)
Willamette
Climax (3 truck and T boiler)
2-6-6-2 (Rayonier)
4-6-0 (UP)
2-8-0 (CP)
2-4-4
0-8-0

I am sure I missed some but gives you an idea.

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Posted by zxb1 on Monday, October 30, 2006 2:20 AM

Athearn Genesis

(2) sd70mac  CSX

Kato

(1) sd90\43  N&A

(2) sd70mac N&A  (1) sd70mac CSX

(1) ac4400cw N&A

Spectrum

(4) 8-40cw CSX

(1) F40ph NJ

Proto 2000

(2) gp38-2 N&A

(1) sw8 union chemicals

(1) sd60 N&A

(1) sd60m CSX

BLI

(1) ac6000cw CSX

ATLAS

(2) gp38 N&A

(1) gp38-2 CSX

(2) 8-40cw CSX

(3) 8-40bw N&A

N&A stands for Northern & Atlantic my fictional line which eventually merged with csx.

 

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Posted by cspmo on Monday, October 30, 2006 2:26 AM

CNW:

1 Proto GP7

1 Proto SD7

2 Proto SD9

2 Proto GP30

2 Geneses F3A, & 1 F3B

2 Proto SD45

2 Kato C40-9W

CSPMO:

1 BLI Heavy Mike

CGW:

2 Kato RS 2

2 Stewart  DS 4-4-1000

1 Proto GP30 ( not painted yet)

MStL:

2 Atlas RS 1

1 Proto GP9

2 Proto GP9M

1 Proto SD7 (not Painted Yet)

2 Geneses F3A

RTA:

1 Kato F40PH

CBQ:

1 Geneses F7A

1 Geneses F3A,and 1 F3B

ATSF:

1 Geneses F7A, and 1 F7B

I think that's it.

oh yeah

SP:

2 Atlas Trainmaster

NOW I think that's it.

 

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Posted by Dave Vollmer on Monday, October 30, 2006 7:10 AM

Life-Like A-B-A Alco FA (with Trainphone added)

Life-Like A-B EMD E7 (with Trainphone added)

Life-like EMD E8A

ER Models AB Baldwin RF-16 (with Trainphone added)

Atlas VO-1000

Atlas RS-3

Kato 2-8-2 (with GHQ Pennsy L1s Conversion kit)

Kato EMD E8

PSC Brass K4s 4-6-2

Rivarossi GG1 (looks cool, but no catenary on the  Middle Division!)

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Posted by Train Master on Monday, October 30, 2006 7:18 AM

i only got one

bachman gp35 with dcc

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Posted by rrinker on Monday, October 30, 2006 8:23 AM
 All Reading:

 T-1 Northern #2111 - PCM

S-1 #50 - P2K
S-1 #52 - P2K
DS4-4-1000 #714 - Stewart

GP-7 #602 - P2K
GP-7 #607 - P2K
GP-7 #633 - P2K
F7A/B no # - Stewart
FA #300 - Walthers
FA/FB #305 - P2K
RS-3 no # - Atlas
RS-3 no# - MDC

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Posted by SilverSpike on Monday, October 30, 2006 10:59 AM

Make Model Road Name
Athern F7A Super Power Amtrak
Athern F7A Super Power Amtrak
Athern F7A Super Power Amtrak
Riverossi FA? Amtrak
LLT Proto 2000 E6  A EMD  Kansas City Southern
LLT Proto 2000 E6  A EMD  Kansas City Southern
Athern GP40-2 Kansas City Southern
Athern SD40-2 Kansas City Southern
Athern SD45T-2 Kansas City Southern
Athern SD-50 Kansas City Southern
Athern SD-50 Kansas City Southern
Riverossi 2-8-4 Locomotive Nickel Plate Road
Con-Cor GP-38 EMD Norfolk Southern
Athern GP38-2 Norfolk Southern
Athern GP50 Norfolk Southern
LLT Proto 2000 E6  A EMD  Southern
LLT Proto 2000 E6  B EMD  Southern
Athern F7A Southern
Athern F7A Southern
Athern F7B Southern
Spectrum GE 44-Ton Switcher Southern
LLT Proto 2000 GP18 Southern
Atlas GP38 Southern
Atlas GP38 Southern
Atlas GP-7 EMD Southern
Atlas H16-44 Southern
Athern SD-45 Southern
Athern SW 7 Calf Southern
Athern SW 7 Powered Southern
Mantua 4-6-2 locomotive Union Pacific
Roundhouse 2-Truck Shay Undecorated

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Posted by jacon12 on Monday, October 30, 2006 11:33 AM

Steam:

Bli 2-6-6-4 unlettered dcc/sound

P2K 0-8-0 Southern dcc/sound

 

Diesels:

Kato SD-40 GM&O dcc/no sound

P2K GP-9  UP dcc/sound

BLI SD-40 NS dcc/sound

BLI C30-7 NS, dcc/sound

P2K E6 A/B Southern, dcc/sound

P2K GP-30 high hood Southern dcc/sound

Best runner (to me) toss up between the Kato and the P2K 0-8-0 switcher

Best sound (again, to me), the BLI C30-7

Jarrell

 

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Posted by selector on Monday, October 30, 2006 1:51 PM
 jacon12 wrote:

Steam:

Bli 2-6-6-4 unlettered dcc/sound

P2K 0-8-0 Southern dcc/sound

 

Diesels:

Kato SD-40 GM&O dcc/no sound

P2K GP-9  UP dcc/sound

BLI SD-40 NS dcc/sound

BLI C30-7 NS, dcc/sound

P2K E6 A/B Southern, dcc/sound

P2K GP-30 high hood Southern dcc/sound

Best runner (to me) toss up between the Kato and the P2K 0-8-0 switcher

Best sound (again, to me), the BLI C30-7

Jarrell

 

It is a whole nuther topic, JaRRel, but I wonder if we should operationalize "best runner" so that we know what you mean....since you introduced it as a sub-topic.

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Posted by batterymule7 on Monday, October 30, 2006 3:20 PM

Switchers:

Gem 0-4-0 A-5a Reading 1174

Spectrum 0-6-0T Southern 1550

P2k 0-8-0 Southern 1885

Road Locomotives:

Sunset 2-8-0 H-6sa PRR 9828

Spectrum 2-8-0 Southern 2506

Spectrum 2-8-0 USMC 3099

Empire Midland 2-10-0 Strasburg 90

Athearn Genesis 2-8-2 USRA Southern 4762

Athearn Genesis 2-8-2 USRA Novoa Locomotive Works 35

P2k 2-8-8-2 Y-3a N&W 2016

BLI 2-6-6-4 A N&W 1218

Athearn Genesis SD-70 NS 2553

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Posted by jbloch on Monday, October 30, 2006 3:41 PM

Boy, you guys are amazing.  'course I'm just starting, haven't even started benchwork yet, but current roster, all recent purchases and all Frisco logo:

Switcher: Stewart Balwin DS-4-4-1000

Athearn Genesis F3's--pair of AB's to be run as ABBA consist

Proto 2000 E8 "Citation"--my flagship, puller of my future passenger line--I actually rode this line with this specific loco a couple of times in the 1960's

Jim

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Posted by Railphotog on Monday, October 30, 2006 3:50 PM

Some of my diesels:

 

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Posted by CrazyDelmar on Monday, October 30, 2006 3:59 PM

Wow, yall have some impressive fleets!!!

 

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Posted by Anonymous on Monday, October 30, 2006 4:25 PM

Well, let's see, I'll probably miss a few.......All HO

Here's my homeroad power (CSX, CR):

CSX Atlas MP15DC
CSX Athearn RTR SD50
CSX Kato SD70MAC x2
CSX P2K GP38-2
CR Kato SD80MAC x2
CR Atlas GP7
CR P2K SD50
CR Athearn RTR SD50
CR P2K SD60M
CR Atlas U36C
CR Atlas GP38

Passenger Power:
Amtrak Atlas 8-32PHW
CR P2K E8A

Foreign/Run-Through Power:
ATSF Athearn RTR GP60M
ATSF Atlas Gold SD26
ATSF Athearn FP45
Ann Arbor Athearn RTR GP35
UP Athearn Genesis SD70M
SP P2K SD7

Steam:
UP Rivarossi FEF-3 4-8-4
UP Bachmann Spectrum 4-8-2
UP Bachmann Spectrum 2-8-0
UP Bachmann 0-6-0
SP Bachmann GS-4 4-8-4

Pere Marquette P2K Heritage 2-8-4

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Posted by xdford on Monday, October 30, 2006 6:42 PM

Hi there Bob,

Is that a pair of CN decorated PA Units I see in the top left corner?  Just wondering... it is your railroad to make a "what if" after all!

 

Cheers from Down Under

Trevor

 

 

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Posted by Railphotog on Monday, October 30, 2006 6:48 PM

That's what they are, in prototypical colors.  They were demonstarted on CN and arrived painted in the colors at the time.    Decals were on an Accucal sheet.

So they aren't a figment of my imagination!

 

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Posted by conrail92 on Monday, October 30, 2006 7:16 PM
You guys make me jealous :p
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Posted by colvinbackshop on Tuesday, October 31, 2006 1:54 AM

Well...To say the least, I have too many, and that doesn't count what I've given away as gifts, sold or have for sale.

The current roster for the pike includes five fleets:

Colvin Creek Railway:

2-Moguls (2-6-0). Peddler freight and mixed trains (mostly on the northern subdivisions).

2 Mountains (4-8-2). Fast through freight. 

2-Consolidations (2-8-0). Local passenger and helper service.

2-Articulated Loggers (2-6-6-2). Log drags from Whyte Junction to Sawyer's Mill.

4-SD-9's. Everywhere, doing everything except the northern subdivisions.

1-Cow & Calf SW-7. Helper service on the hill

1-Pacific (4-6-2). Fast passenger service, "Midnight Flyer" Duluth to Ely.

1-Goat (0-4-0). Working the Colvin Backshops.

DM&IR:

4-SD-9's and 1-Hill Mallet (2-8-8-2). Pulling ore drags from Soudan to Duluth

Sawyer Lumber:

1-Shay, 80 ton, three truck. 1-Shay, 60 ton, two truck. 1-Climax, 50 ton Class B two truck. Working the logging spurs.

1-Climax, 25 ton, two truck. Working the Cascade wye and the spur to Devil's Track Lk..

1-Baldwin (0-6-0T). Working the yard and Sawyer Lumber shops at Whyte.

1-Set of paired "Critters". Switching at Sawyer's Mill

August Meininger Brewing Company:

1-SW-9. Switching the brewery.

Great Northern Railway:

1-A-B-A Set F-7. Pulling the Empire Builder

2-GP-9's. Leased power for both the DM&IR and the CCRY

Puffin' & Chuggin', JB Chief Engineer, Colvin Creek Railway

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