What did it for you?

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torikoos
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Re: What did it for you?

Post by torikoos » Sun Jan 20, 2013 6:06 pm

That looks like a great subject for a small layout, or a couple of module boards!

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Re: What did it for you?

Post by mec_alf » Mon Feb 04, 2013 5:05 pm

Buying a Blue Box SD45 in EsPee speed lettering started it off, and a ski trip to Maine that I wrote about for a mid-1990s edition of "Roundhouse" led to my Maine Central interest (and on-screen "handle").

That said I seem to have an eclectic collection of motive power: DRGW, BAR, B&M, and DM&IR as well as SP and MEC.

There's something about both Bloody Nose and Harvest Gold and Pine Green liveries that appeals, but I don't know what.
From Rigby Yard to the Hill - MEC and SP live on.

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