Chilliwack 2013 Show

Re: Chilliwack 2013 Show

Postby j p » Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:00 am

Bill Dixon wrote:
Other than the fact that the SW900 had one exhaust stack and the SW9 and SW1200 had two I couldn't tell you what the spotting differences are.


it is explained here: http://yardlimit.railfan.net/emd/spotting/index.html
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Re: Chilliwack 2013 Show

Postby Bill Dixon » Tue Oct 29, 2013 11:23 am

j p wrote:
Bill Dixon wrote:
Other than the fact that the SW900 had one exhaust stack and the SW9 and SW1200 had two I couldn't tell you what the spotting differences are.


it is explained here: http://yardlimit.railfan.net/emd/spotting/index.html

Thanks JP.

So it looks like we have a model good for SW8, SW9 SW600, SW900 and SW1200.
With a few body shell changes, removal of louvers from four door we can also model a SW7.

A versatile little model.
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Re: Chilliwack 2013 Show

Postby Marquette » Mon Nov 04, 2013 3:16 am

Bill Dixon wrote:So it looks like we have a model good for SW8, SW9 SW600, SW900 and SW1200.
With a few body shell changes, removal of louvers from four door we can also model a SW7.

A versatile little model.


Yup, and with a little bit more work, you can get an NW2 out of it too, and probably an SW1 (though I need to get a model in hand to be able to ascertain that... or, could someone show a photo of the unit with the shell removed?)
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