Show Me Your N Scale Switchers

ajkochev Oct 29, 2020

  1. BoxcabE50

    BoxcabE50 HOn30 & N Scales Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    What we used to call "hot rodded", when they did this to a Baldwin. Poppety-pop-pop....
     
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  2. sd90ns

    sd90ns TrainBoard Member

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    Here's another MP 15 dropping a flat under a transfer crane. The UP or WP keeps a switcher stationed at "High Eureka" to perform all the spotting of cars at the many B&I's located there. High Eureka is located on a bluff above "Downbelow Station" (Any C.J. Cherryh fans out there?) and the shared asset yard.
     
  3. nscalestation

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    Clemson class destroyers of the USN. Built at the end of WW1 and served through WW2. 210 is the USS Broome and the second one is either USS Goff or USS Pruitt depending on if that first number is a 2 or a 3. There were a lot of these built.
     
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  4. Rich_S

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    The latest addition to my Switcher / Shifter fleet.

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    Micro-Trains SW1500.

    On a side note, seems something has gone awry with photo uploads? When I upload a file I'm not given the option to post at thumbnail in the thread?
     

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  5. Doug Gosha

    Doug Gosha TrainBoard Member

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    It looks like a "3" to me.

    Doug
     
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  6. Tad

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    An oldie but it still runs well. It has a TCS decoder in it.

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  7. Mart

    Mart TrainBoard Member

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    Mr. Russell Tedder developed that scheme for the AD&N when he was the president of the line.

    They call it “Tedder Green.”
     

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