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Date: 02/21/21 10:56
Bringing Back The SP In HO - Weekend Warriors Before The SDP45s
Author: FiveChime

This didn't happen that often and the Trainmasters would not travel as far as the SDP45s did
over Donner, but did happen. apparently the H-24-66s would not MU with anything except
themselves so, you would see one or two on longer freights, usually to/from West Oakland,
San Jose, or Watsonville Jct.

Regards, Jim Evans




Date: 02/21/21 13:56
Re: Bringing Back The SP In HO - Weekend Warriors Before The SDP4
Author: WAF

And Bayshore



Date: 02/21/21 14:51
Re: Bringing Back The SP In HO - Weekend Warriors Before The SDP4
Author: FiveChime

Yes, from Bayshore. Forgot that .

Regards, Jim Evans



Date: 02/21/21 17:01
Re: Bringing Back The SP In HO - Weekend Warriors Before The SDP4
Author: Barstool

The good thing about model railroading, is there are no rules and any thing can run, how about those FMs....



Date: 02/21/21 18:53
Re: Bringing Back The SP In HO - Weekend Warriors Before The SDP4
Author: UP951West

I like your SP Trainmasters !  Who is the manufacturer ? Thanks for posting . 



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/21/21 18:54 by UP951West.



Date: 02/21/21 21:58
Re: Bringing Back The SP In HO - Weekend Warriors Before The SDP4
Author: FiveChime

Actually they are quite different. Athearn that is more correct on the point and Bowser built the second that has numberboards too small
and lettering too high. It is sound equipt with close to FM sound. Also an excellent puller able to handle the entire train pictured up
the 1.5% grades.

Regards, Jim Evans




Date: 02/24/21 20:19
Re: Bringing Back The SP In HO - Weekend Warriors Before The SDP4
Author: wabash2800

How about the Atlas Trainmasters?

Victor A. Baird
http://www.erstwhilepublications.com



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