Jerome's Switcher Roster V 3.0

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wheeler1963

Aurora & Portland Owner
#1
Well I got all of the finished units out tonight. By my count that is 204 completed switchers. I will take a picture tomorrow of the project switchers I still have to build.
 

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Rico

BN Modeller
#5
Hey it's good to see you posting again!
Is that new unit one with the current keeper installed?
I'm looking at getting one for the paper mill.
 

wheeler1963

Aurora & Portland Owner
#6
Rico, the US Army one is a Walthers with DCC and LEDS already installed. The NY & A is an Atlas unit I'll have to throw a decoder in.
 

tootnkumin

Well-Known Member
Staff member
#10
There's hope for the future for you too Gerome. UP has ordered 10 of Progress Rail's new EMD24B Tier4 locos to possibly replace or supplement their Gen1 NRE Gensets. UP will call them GP22T4.
 

tootnkumin

Well-Known Member
Staff member
#13
toot, I'll have to look those up. Can't say I've ever seen them.
Not built yet, so models might be a while coming. Atlas did the NRE Gensets, quite a bit bigger than the average critter. The GP22T4's will be a single motored loco, unlike the Gensets which have 3, each on demand as needed.
Gen1, Genset
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Gen2 Genset with Dynamic brakes, obviously intended for Road Switcher duties
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tankist

Active Member
#15
while i have it handy, here is some Wheeler's work from years back. (not the best picture , i probably could have less clutter on my desk :confused:).

not forgotten Jerome, will get digitized and put to service soon. I will need to make that strobe light blink though, not to long left now i hope :)

 





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