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    Default Canadian National RSC-24s Uploaded

    I've uploaded a set of three Canadian National RSC-24s to the library. These should be marked as Open Rails only, although they do work in MSTS. The only difference is the cab views work properly in Open Rails but are offset in MSTS.




    Paul :-)

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    Paul i have a question. Is this locomotive something like the EMD GP 9 ?

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    No, it's like an MLW RS-23 with the cab moved forward 30 inches and the electrical cabinet moved to the short hood. It road A1A trucks and was 1400 HP. There were only the four made, so the model was unique to Canadian National.

    Paul :-)

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    Nice work Paul!!!!!!!!!!
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    Thank you!

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    You're welcome, had fun building them!

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    Here they are at Moncton Shops in the Dead Line with some other Alcos circa 1972-3

    scan0004.jpgRSC 23 a.jpgRSC 23 c.jpg
    Last edited by Don6218; 12-04-2019 at 05:18 PM. Reason: added pics

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    Must have gotten the shaft of life because here is a shot of 1800 alive and well at Fairview (the Halifax engine terminal) in June of 1976!



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    Hi Paul,

    Nice work - now THAT's one off the beaten track...

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    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by charland View Post
    Must have gotten the shaft of life because here is a shot of 1800 alive and well at Fairview (the Halifax engine terminal) in June of 1976!



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    good job! Very good !!
    Chimbica Dash8

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