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Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby TTSMR » Thu Oct 08, 2009 2:50 am

Here are a few of some of my and other TTSMR members locos.
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Kemtron Alco A-B-A Found on eBay.
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HP 2-8-0
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Kemtron Alco A
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Kemtron Docksider 0-4-0 Best when used with an idler car attached with additional pickupos wired to the loco.
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Re: Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby TTSMR » Thu Oct 08, 2009 2:55 am

These are cool finds that show up once in a great while on eBay.

Click on the photo to enlarge the photo.

These were both mine at one time!

Sure miss owning them.
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Scale Rail Brass 0-6-0 Loco.jpg
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Re: Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby TTSMR » Thu Oct 08, 2009 3:00 am

This is the brass etched kit of the High Nose TTn42 G-12 loco from New Zealand.

There is a Low Nose version available also.

These are US prototype that were exported to other countries but could be used on a US short line rail road.

This one wasnt mine but was an award winner.

I imported a bunch of these and they were quite popular.
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Re: Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby TTSMR » Thu Oct 08, 2009 3:16 am

This is a German Berliner Bahnan model of the U7B loco converted to US prototype.

Just had to remove the bumpers and instal microtrain couplers plus a little paint.

These were US prototype that were also exported overseas.

Several were used on US shortline rail roads.
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U7B Frisco.jpg
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Re: Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby TTSMR » Thu Oct 08, 2009 3:17 am

Also found on eBay.

Click on photo to emlarge.
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Re: Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby TTSMR » Thu Oct 08, 2009 3:26 am

TTScale MU cars are embossed and folded aluminum.
These are a nice addition to any collection.

The unppowered MU passenger cars run from $40 to $50 and sometimes can be found on eBay.
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MU passenger car



The MU combine car runs $50 to $75 as they are harder to find.
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MU combine car



The powered MU combine car is driven by a rubber friction drive.
The powered MU combine prices vary on condition.
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Powered MU combine



The green MU set was found on eBay.
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Combine set
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Re: Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby TTSMR » Thu Oct 08, 2009 3:34 am

Three TT scale layouts created with RRTrack.

I distributed this software to TTers for several years.

You can still find this software online at:

http://www.rrtrack.com/

Again click on the photos to enlarge them.

tra-ang demo layout.jpg


RR_Valley.jpg


Inner Mountain Coastal Rail Road.jpg
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Re: Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby scaro » Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:38 am

Thanks Don, I really appreciate the chance to see these.

Cheers, Ben
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Re: Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby ConducTTor » Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:56 am

I've only seen very few pics of US protos (regardless of make or model). This is very cool. Thanks Don!
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Re: Some photos from TTSMR files

Postby AstroGoat760 » Thu Oct 08, 2009 12:42 pm

The pictures are very nice, and can serve as a reference for those of us, myself included, that have a few of these items and need the reference for restoration.
I have a pair of the HP products MU cars, both of them combines, one is powered, one is a dummy. Neither of them are missing their combine section doors, the photos will serve nicely to aid in the fabrication process.

Another function of these photos can be to serve as a "wish list" of locos.
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