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    Some time ago there was a request for one of these:



    I just uploaded this model to the file library. It should show up in a day or two.

    Doug

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    Now that's a sweet job, Doug. Thanks kindly. -Phil

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    That is a fine-looking model, Doug! Just the way I like 'em! High-detail trucks and couplers, with all the goodies. I'll certainly find a place for this one. Thanks!

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    Very nice Doug:

    This is a well constructed model. I remember seeing one of these at Stamford CT during the early 60's lettered NEW HAVEN. It's unique because of the large drive wheels. Thanks for making this available.

    Frederick Dreany
    Island Electric East

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    Add my thanks along with the rest.

    Mike


    This smile says it all

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    Doug,

    And thanks again....

    (oh, and disregard my email about a New Haven re-skin)

    Rick Franzosa
    ZosaTrains
    "Keeping the New Haven alive, one pixel at a time"

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    Here's a couple of shots of the big motor on the London & Port Stanley.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...tion/701-1.jpg

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...action/701.jpg

    Those big drivers make me remember the old Lionel electric pattern engines of the 20's and 30's. This is a cool-looking machine with the big open frames and spring-drives (awesome texturing there). Many thanks, Doug.

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    The Westchester's sole freight motor is seen whirring through Mount Vernon junction with a short local. NYWB #701 was frequently seen MU'ed with one or more of it's NYNH&H brethern.



    Regards,
    Hank



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    Wow! I've got counter-rotating eyeballs! -Phil

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    Well done model Doug!





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