MY SP&S C424 #301

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Mountaingoatgreg

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Well i asked for it so I gues I will be the first to post. Sorry about the picture quality once the weather gets nicer I will do some outdoor shots with my new SP&S caboose.

Be Wise Beware Be Safe
"Mountain Goat" Greg
 

CBCNSfan

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#2
Hey pretty nifty Greg, how about puting this in " Locomotives and Rolling Stock " with a description on how you did the weathering. Nice job. Curious though, with a handle like " Mountain Goat" I thought you'd be a " GN " fan :D

Cheeers Willis
 
#3
Did you lengthen the tank to the right length...? (Looks like you did.) If so, how did you do it?

BTW, I assume this is as delivered, since it lacks the beacon.

Glad to see you are still modeling the home road :p
 





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