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    Default gp40 mc horn

    any one have a clue what kind of horn this is?

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    Default RE: gp40 mc horn

    [font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON Jun-10-02 AT 10:55PM (EDT)[/font][p]those "odd looking" things on the ends of the bells are snow cones, to keep the horn from getting clogged up from snow or bugs and such.. I'm no expert, but that looks to be a 5 bell horn, and probably a K5LA (unlikely to be a K5H in my opinion since it's in the states AND I believe it is only available in high mainfold) (P5 bells are thinner than K series bells..) But I definatley believe that that's a Nathan/AirChime at least.. Please correct me if I'm wrong!

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    Default RE: gp40 mc horn

    Hey, stumbl.

    Can you get me any pictures of the Framingham T Station. you know, the stone one? I need it for textures.

    If you can great. If can't don't sweat it.

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    Default RE: gp40 mc horn

    Thank you for your quick reply
    i appreciate it much !

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    Default RE: gp40 mc horn

    stumbl,

    no problem, just hope I'm givin ya the correct info~! :)
    What railway is that loco from?

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    Yea

    I would have to agree, looks like a K5LA. Those pointy things look like they came from a Madona brazere. Cool lookin' hehehehe

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    Default RE: gp40 mc horn

    to pwillard , you have mail...
    the images I have currently are not fantastic for the station , I will be glad to send them though.

    ya know what? all i need is an excuse to go look at trains , heheh
    I'll see if i can getcha some more !!
    thanks for the excuse!!!!!!!!!

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    Default RE: gp40 mc horn

    It's a K5LA with snow shields.

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    Default RE: gp40 mc horn

    It's an Airchime Ltd. K5LA with snow-cone protectors added.

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    Default RE: gp40 mc horn

    A good 'ol K5LA...I did a recording of one for MSTS, it's in the file libary under KLWk5la.zip

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