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    Walthers Proto Pennsylvania Railroad E8 Parts

    I have a Walthers Proto E8 that I need a new front pilot and front coupler assembly. Its the PRR Broadway Limited version of the locomotive. I called Walthers and they unfortunatley do not stock parts for this model anymore. If anyone has an extra set of parts or a shell for an E8 or and leads...
  2. Mt Airy  in HO Philadelphia

    Mt Airy in HO Philadelphia

    Mail man makes his rounds
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    IMG_0122

    A look down the corridor- catenary and transmission poles
  4. HO Scale Philadelphia

    HO Scale Philadelphia

    Station Scenes in Progresss The Shed Catenary spans still have to be installed Come visit the City at Prrnortheastcorridor.com
  5. HO Scale Philadelphia

    HO Scale Philadelphia

    Station Scenes in Progresss 30th And market Sts Philadelphia PA Come visit the City at Prrnortheastcorridor.com
  6. HO Scale Philadelphia

    HO Scale Philadelphia

    Station Scenes in Progresss Broad street station Viaduct 18th and filbert st Philadelphia PA Come visit the City at Prrnortheastcorridor.com
  7. HO Scale Philadelphia

    HO Scale Philadelphia

    Station Scenes in Progresss Broad street station from Filbert st Come visit the City at Prrnortheastcorridor.com
  8. HO Scale Philadelphia

    HO Scale Philadelphia

    Station Scenes in Progresss 30th street station Come visit the City at Prrnortheastcorridor.com
  9. PRR entering the Sandplant at Mapleton, Pa.

    PRR entering the Sandplant at Mapleton, Pa.

    A new PRR switcher drops off an empty covered hopper for a load of pure white sand. Allot of the sand produced here went to be used in glass and telescope lenses including the Hubble Telescope.
  10. PRR on the Juniata River

    PRR on the Juniata River

    This is the PRR crossing the Juniata near the sand plant in Mapleton, Pa. Bridge by Josh Zinn, I did the water with a compound we use to block air in phone cables.
  11. Huntingdon,Pa. PRR station

    Huntingdon,Pa. PRR station

    Another view of early stages of the PRR station, Sorry about the dates!
  12. PRR station in Huntingdon, Pa

    PRR station in Huntingdon, Pa

    Early stages of station that I kit bashed fro DPM panels and made the roof from card stock (sorry about the date!)
  13. PRR bridge at Mapleton

    PRR bridge at Mapleton

    River poured, and K-4 crosses the bridge.
  14. Park Steel w/ huge scratchbuilt flats in background

    Park Steel w/ huge scratchbuilt flats in background

    Bill Nesbitt's HO scale layout features scrathbuilt industrial warehouse and flats, actual photos of the area as a backdrop, real dirt from the location and true industry names and railroad paperwork
  15. Last few cars wait to be picked up

    Last few cars wait to be picked up

    This scene is complete with an incredible photo backdrop created for the layout by its owner, Bill Nesbitt from actual Newark photos.
  16. Yardmaster watching trailer load

    Yardmaster watching trailer load

    This photo was from the last run of my friend Bill Nesbitt's PRR W. Newark branch, which is being moved to a new location.



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