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    Quote Originally Posted by dphorton View Post
    There are quite a few at RWA that you might use.
    Yes, I made a station model for someone a while back and he returned the favor.
    Scott
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    Would anybody happen to know if there are any early diesel era switchers from the LV, DL&W or Erie for TS2017?
    Scott
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    Let me take a look.

    At RWA LV ALCo S2, DL&W F7, ERIE GP9, F7A/B, SW1200. I am not sure if these are what you are looking for.
    Last edited by dphorton; 04-19-2017 at 05:39 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dphorton View Post
    Let me take a look.

    At RWA LV ALCo S2, DL&W F7, ERIE GP9, F7A/B, SW1200. I am not sure if these are what you are looking for.
    I think I have the DL&W F7, the rest I'll have to check out. Do you know of any RS3?
    Scott
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    Processor AMD Athlon II X 4 645 Processor, operating at 3.10 Ghz., 12 GB Memory, Windows 7 Ultimate 64, GeForce GTX 970.

    Dave Horton
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    Quote Originally Posted by dphorton View Post
    Thanks, I'll check it out.

    I posted a new blog entry today about the Rocky Glen area. I'm planning on getting a lot done this weekend. I'm a little eager to get into the model building phase but I must finish the track work first. Once the track work is finished then I'm moving onto 3rd rails, overhead trolley gear and bridges. More on these topics at a later date.
    Scott
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    I posted a blog update today on the Minooka Branch Line. This was a industrial branch on the Laurel Line. For those on Facebook, I added a link to a old video showing action on the Minooka Branch.
    Scott
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