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  1. Derelict F7

    Derelict F7

    On its last trip to the scrap yard. Athearn model gutted and detailed. Front truck is powered with a PFM "SPUD". Model and photo by Bob Boudreau.
  2. Last night for an old timer.

    Last night for an old timer.

    HO scale Athearn F7 on the scrap line at night. Model and photo by Bob Boudreau
  3. UP F7 in 1/12

    UP F7 in 1/12

  4. Black Widows through North Powder

    Black Widows through North Powder

    Southern Pacific Black Widow F7's pull a coal train through North Powder on the Mount Hood Model Engineers HO Scale layout.
  5. WCTR F7B #611

    WCTR F7B #611

    Companion to the Slug, this F7B has all of the same details. Lift rings, handrails, new door ends, backup lights, stacks, hoses, and MU's to name a few
  6. WCTR F7A (Slug) #617

    WCTR F7A (Slug) #617

    Another view of the "Sluggified" F7A. Prototype was a bash between a GN F7 (pilot plow) and a KCS F7 Slug
  7. WCTR F7A Slug

    WCTR F7A Slug

    Athearn F7A, super detailed and turned into a slug unit to run with the F7B and GP38-2 or U28C on the Warren County Terminal
  8. Ex-CNW 416 arrives with MadCow Brass

    Ex-CNW 416 arrives with MadCow Brass

    An ex commuter F7A arrives with a sister on the point of an executive special touring the system.
  9. Oh, I, Wish I were an....................

    Oh, I, Wish I were an....................

    As Commuter Service F7's roll through Dachshundberg on weekend freight duty, The Oscar Mayer Wienmobile waits for its' turn to get the 'dog' on a 'roll'.





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