Pathetic selection of Southern STEAM decals
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Mon Jan 31 08:31:45 EST 2011
Ed, I've actually been the one detailing them from photos in the SRR Prince
book. They are HO, and in the mid-1930's style. Mostly it's changing
walkways, putting the piping where it shows along with some of the
details(airpumps, FWH, injectors etc). All my 10 year old Champ SRR decals
have disintegrated from poor storage. The next 'project' may be removing
the Bowser cab's and replacing them with Greenways' USRA cabs.
Stuck in the 1930's
On 1/31/11 7:55 AM, "NW Modeling List" <nw-modeling-list at nwhs.org> wrote:
> What gauge, Mark?
> And what has he done to the Bowsers to make them look like Southern engines?
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> Subject: Pathetic selection of Southern STEAM decals
>> My dad models the Southern RY in the 1930's steam era.
>> He has more than a few unpainted Bowser engines that are in need of
>> Now that Champ is el-gone-o, and Microscale just doesn't offer any, I
>> guess they can't be found.
>> I guess it's up to the Southern Railway/Railroad Historical societies to
>> generate them?
>> I guess the pre-1941 N&W steam engine decals and the Steam era caboose
>> decals are also gone.
>> Good thing I got 20 packs of the locomotive decals last winter.
>> Mark Lindsey
>> y3a at earthlink.net
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