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Date: 12/13/20 16:46
Baldwins dominate the scene
Author: WrongWayMurphy

Probably not much interest here in Baldwins, in a world of models flooded by the likes of 
GE ES44's and SD70MAC's, but I delight in the sound of the old diesels and the chant of the
properly timed steam exhaust, hence this BLW scene in my home model railway pike.




Date: 12/13/20 17:18
Re: Baldwins dominate the scene
Author: Willsburg765

Thank you for that nice shot.  I also enjoy modeling the steam to diesel era.  I wish there were more models offered of HO scale small to medium size steam locomotives, as well as early diesels.  Baldwins, Alcos, Limas; it would be nice to see more models of those, but I understand the manufacturers have to produce what will be profitable in the marketplace.

Joe



Date: 12/13/20 17:41
Re: Baldwins dominate the scene
Author: trackplanner

If the locomotive type isn't preceded by a SW-, GP-, VO-, S-, AS-, RS-, C-, SD- or U-, I have no clue what it is, lol!



Date: 12/13/20 17:46
Re: Baldwins dominate the scene
Author: icancmp193

trackplanner Wrote:
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> If the locomotive type isn't preceded by a SW-,
> GP-, VO-, S-, AS-, RS-, C-, SD- or U-, I have no
> clue what it is, lol!

Right On!

TJY



Date: 12/13/20 20:12
Re: Baldwins dominate the scene
Author: Kimball

Nice but, good luck getting water from that tank into your steamer!



Date: 12/13/20 23:15
Re: Baldwins dominate the scene
Author: SP4360

Lots of head pressure at the spout.

Kimball Wrote:
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> Nice but, good luck getting water from that tank
> into your steamer!



Date: 12/15/20 04:45
Re: Baldwins dominate the scene
Author: atsf121

Very nice

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