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1st completed project in a long time: BNSF 7695

Pretty excited to finally be finished with my first major project in many years. This is a friend's Tower 55 ES44DC that I repainted from NP "fantasty" colors to BNSF H3/Swoosh. We chose the experimental yellow-lettered 7695 since we figured T55 would be releasing the standard H3/Swoosh scheme, and if I was going to custom paint it it might as well be something you just can't buy. That and I like the yellow lettering, and think the BNSF should have stuck with it. Lesson learned here: never repaint an already painted & assembled (grab irons and such) model, always start with new, undecorated, and unassembled!
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