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    Wink Crummy!



    Reskin of the old wood caboose for the 2713 exhibit caboose. One problem is the windows, did SOO Line 158 originally have all these windows and they got boarded up in service or lost during restoration? Dunno, but the model mesh don't have the curved grab irons either.

    The actual 2713 Pacific I'll need to hunt up a different model, as much as I like this one it would be too much "hunt the KUID" if I uploaded it.

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    The only other pacific model I can think of is the "USRA Pacific" available in multiple different roadnames on the DLS.

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    Thanks for the tip, downloading now. Worst trouble with Pacifics is they came in so many varieties, mountain freight service had drivers as small as 65 inches, the "high steppin" passenger Pacifics on the "prairie rails" routes had up to 78 inch drivers since they didn't have steep grades to deal with. This particular engine has 75 inch drivers, not real common but not rare in the midwestern states.

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