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#21 f59phi

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Posted 18 May 2006 - 03:04 PM

Hey Guys! Check this out! HO Metrolink models on the Metrolink Site! Comes with Order Form!

http://www.metrolink...tore/trainc.php

#22 BNSF fan

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Posted 18 May 2006 - 04:09 PM

AHHHHH NOW I NEED TO GET NEW SHOTS!!!! Im serious I barely have any shots. BTW I own only 1 loco my Kato BNSF AC4400CW #5608.

#23 mikkelborg

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Posted 18 May 2006 - 09:26 PM

Here's one of HO scale engines I modified, detailed, painted and weathered myself. The picture is bad (the colors came out much brighter than real life) but the engine is fairly good.

This is Burlington Northern 6261. She is the only SD38-2 on the BNSF roster that hasn't been rebuilt into something else. The model is Kato, with details west and utah paific detail parts. The paint is a mix of several different brands (waterbase) and the weathering is oil based paint aplied with a dry brush and an air brush.

Here's a little data on the real engine...

Type-----------------SD38-2
Engine---------------16 cyl. EMD 645E Deisel w/ roots blower
Horespower---------2000
Fuel capacity--------3,200 US Gallons
Generator-----------AR10
Tracton Motors------D77
Wheel Arangment--C-C
Length---------------68 feet 10 inches
Operating Weight---195,500 US Tons
Builders Number----786187-2
Build Date-----------June 1979
other-----------------Currently equiped for remote control yard service


And here's a link to a picture of the real 6261 http://archive.train...SD38-2/6261.HTM

What do ya think?

Collin Mikkelborg

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#24 Big Zee

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Posted 18 May 2006 - 09:50 PM

QUOTE(mikkelborg @ May 19 2006, 01:26 AM)
Operating Weight---195,500 US Tons

What do ya think?

WOW, that's one heavy locomotive. Does she require 1500lb rail to run on? All kidding aside, she looks beautiful. wink.gif