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Re: Consolidated 2-8-0

Nelson Kennedy <nelsonk@...>
 

Robert,

Please, please take the HO Steam list off your CC list when you are sending images to Casey. I'm taking a straw poll on whether listers want attachments allowed and so far it is a resounding NO.

Nelson Kennedy
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----- Original Message -----
From: Robert and Pauline Powell
To: sterbejj@onelist.com
Cc: HOsteam@onelist.com
Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 12:03 AM
Subject: [HOsteam] Consolidated 2-8-0


From: "Robert and Pauline Powell" <lgrp@norlink.net>


CASEY
THE FOLLOWING ATTACHMENTS WILL BE CLEARER THAN THE FIRST ONE
THAT I SENT YOU. AT LEAST I HOPE THEY ARE.

REGARDS

BOB POWELL

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Re: File attachments

Tom Troughton, MMR <tomt491@...>
 

NO

Put them in the Shared Files area for us to download at our choice.

Tom Troughton
Jefferson City, MO


Re: File attachments

marshall <zephyr03@...>
 

Marshall Thayer (getting 150 emails a day from 11 lists and already
suffering from slow download) votes NO.

Marshall


Re: File attachments

Roger Aultman <raul@...>
 

Nelson Kennedy wrote:

From: "Nelson Kennedy" <nelsonk@chch.planet.org.nz>
Do you want to receive all file attachments (Reply YES)
or have files placed in the files area so you can download them at
your choice (Reply NO)


Nelson Kennedy,
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NO

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Re: File attachments

Nelson Kennedy <nelsonk@...>
 

I probably ought to nail my vote to the mast early on in the piece. I don't claim to be unbiassed!

I'm a NO.

Nelson Kennedy,
Christchurch, New Zealand.
Ferrymead Trams, NZR 0 gauge and a little Espee in H0 are at:
http://downunder.railfan.net
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File attachments

Nelson Kennedy <nelsonk@...>
 

Well, that is interesting. I thought Onelist stripped out attachments and the only way to share files was by using the files area.

Before I go and disable the file attach feature let me consult with you who are users of the list.

Do you want to receive all file attachments (Reply YES)
or have files placed in the files area so you can download them at your choice (Reply NO)


Nelson Kennedy,
Christchurch, New Zealand.
Ferrymead Trams, NZR 0 gauge and a little Espee in H0 are at:
http://downunder.railfan.net
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-----Original Message-----
From: Robert and Pauline Powell <lgrp@norlink.net>
To: sterbejj@hotmail.com <sterbejj@hotmail.com>
Cc: HOsteam@onelist.com <HOsteam@onelist.com>
Date: Tuesday, 25 January 2000 15:52
Subject: [HOsteam] CONSOLIDATED 2-8-0


From: "Robert and Pauline Powell" <lgrp@norlink.net>


CASEY STERBENZ
HOPE THE ATTACHMENT PROVIDED WILL BE OF SOME HELP TO YOU

REGARDS

BOB POWELL

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Re: File attachments

Jon Miller <atsf@...>
 

no


File attachments]

Brad Bourbina <bbbourbina@...>
 

I'll have to vote "no" also.

Brad Bourbina

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Re: VARNEY/BOWSER 2-8-0

Richard Parker <t3consult@...>
 

I believe that some of the IC consolidations had 63" drivers - Look in MR
Locomotive Cyclopedia for steam. Also, there were some early, and late Mikados
with 63" drivers.

Casey Sterbenz wrote:

From: "Casey Sterbenz" <sterbejj@hotmail.com>

I have an old Varney 2-8-0 that I'd like to rebuild into something typical
of a 1890-1920 era locomotive used in the northeast. I researched my MRR
back issues and came up with an article about using the mechanism with a
wood-dowel boiler (remember those wonderful "Kitchen Table Locomotive"
articles from the '50s?) to resemble a Ma & Pa locomotive. That's the sort
of conversion I have in mind, although I'll likely roll a boiler from sheet
or find a suitable length of copper pipe rather than use wood. I've been
looking around for a suitable prototype but can find nothing with 63"
drivers other than the very heavy Reading and PRR prototypes. I generally
follow LIRR practice so I'm leaning toward a camelback type, but something
with a conventional boiler/cab arrangement would suit me just as well. Most
of the drawings I find are of engines with drivers in the 51" to 56"
diameter range. Does anyone out there know of a prototype 2-8-0 with
drivers in the 60-65" range other than Reading or PRR?

Casey Sterbenz
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Re: [Re: Brass wanted]

Brad Bourbina <bbbourbina@...>
 

Wow thanks Leo! I had gone to Gunnings the other day and totally missed that
2-10-4. Now if I can only be sure I have enough...:)

Brad Bourbina


Leo Pesce <leo@sco.COM> wrote:
A quick search in a couple of brass lists yielded the following:

From Caboose Hobbies: http://www.caboosehobbies.com/
HO T&P PRB/GANG/KOR 2-10-2 G-1b #514-525 NG U/P TARN Go To Abbrev Desc Page
$495.00 BC 60051 Email An Inquiry 1/21/00
HO T&P PRB/GANG/KOR 2-10-2 G-1b #522 GLZ GREEN/SILV/BLK/OXIDE PTD NB Go To
Abbrev Desc Page $575.00 BC 60118 Email An Inquiry 1/21/00

From Gunnings: http://www.gunnings.com/
9179 HO T&P SUNSET 2-10-4 XLNT PP 525

Good luck

Cheers
Leo



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Re: Brass wanted

Leo Pesce <leo@...>
 

A quick search in a couple of brass lists yielded the following:

From Caboose Hobbies: http://www.caboosehobbies.com/
HO T&P PRB/GANG/KOR 2-10-2 G-1b #514-525 NG U/P TARN Go To Abbrev Desc Page
$495.00 BC 60051 Email An Inquiry 1/21/00
HO T&P PRB/GANG/KOR 2-10-2 G-1b #522 GLZ GREEN/SILV/BLK/OXIDE PTD NB Go To
Abbrev Desc Page $575.00 BC 60118 Email An Inquiry 1/21/00

From Gunnings: http://www.gunnings.com/
9179 HO T&P SUNSET 2-10-4 XLNT PP 525

Good luck

Cheers
Leo

From: Brad Bourbina <bbbourbina@netscape.net>

I am looking for some Missouri Pacific or Texas & Pacific brass engines.
Specifically, MP 2-10-2, MP Heavy Mikado, IGN 1121-class Berkshire, T&P
2-10-4, or a MP 1901-class Berkshire...yeah, this is a pretty eclectic
bunch of steam, and no, there is no way I'd be able to buy them ALL, but
I'm hoping to get at least one without shattering the checkbook (and
without my wife subsequently shattering my head). Any help is appreciated
much.


Thanks,
Brad Bourbina


VARNEY/BOWSER 2-8-0

Casey Sterbenz
 

I have an old Varney 2-8-0 that I'd like to rebuild into something typical
of a 1890-1920 era locomotive used in the northeast. I researched my MRR
back issues and came up with an article about using the mechanism with a
wood-dowel boiler (remember those wonderful "Kitchen Table Locomotive"
articles from the '50s?) to resemble a Ma & Pa locomotive. That's the sort
of conversion I have in mind, although I'll likely roll a boiler from sheet
or find a suitable length of copper pipe rather than use wood. I've been
looking around for a suitable prototype but can find nothing with 63"
drivers other than the very heavy Reading and PRR prototypes. I generally
follow LIRR practice so I'm leaning toward a camelback type, but something
with a conventional boiler/cab arrangement would suit me just as well. Most
of the drawings I find are of engines with drivers in the 51" to 56"
diameter range. Does anyone out there know of a prototype 2-8-0 with
drivers in the 60-65" range other than Reading or PRR?

Casey Sterbenz
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Brass wanted

Brad Bourbina <bbbourbina@...>
 

I am looking for some Missouri Pacific or Texas & Pacific brass engines.
Specifically, MP 2-10-2, MP Heavy Mikado, IGN 1121-class Berkshire, T&P
2-10-4, or a MP 1901-class Berkshire...yeah, this is a pretty eclectic
bunch of steam, and no, there is no way I'd be able to buy them ALL, but
I'm hoping to get at least one without shattering the checkbook (and
without my wife subsequently shattering my head). Any help is appreciated
much.


Thanks,
Brad Bourbina

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Re: P2K Y-3 2-8-8-2

Chris Shinn <cnshinn@...>
 

You might check to see if some of the siderods/valvegear aren't
striking each other with each revolution.

It could also be the power pickups. I don't know what the P2K 2-8-8-2
uses for pickups, but the Bachmann Spectrum 4-8-2 has small brass
wipers that rub the backside of the tires. I had one that was slightly
bent and was rubbing against the spokes of the drivers.

It might also simply go away as the loco is run in...

Chris Shinn
Winnipeg, Canada
Member, Renegade HO Modular Club
< http://members.xoom.com/renegade_MRC >
"If it ain't steam, it's a powered boxcar"

----- Original Message -----
From: Leo Pesce <leo@sco.COM>
To: <HOsteam@onelist.com>
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2000 4:51 PM
Subject: Re: [HOsteam] P2K Y-3 2-8-8-2


| From: Leo Pesce <leo@sco.COM>
|
| The store I work for part time, finally got one of the P2K articulateds.
|
| Wow! It is smooth as silk, the details are impecable, it even has a small
| momentum when you shut off the throttle. I agree completely to the
| comment made about being "a plastic brass".
|
| One thing: there is a clicking noise while it is moving, very regular,
once
| per revolution, either way, and it seems to be diminishing as time and
| running goes by (it is the demonstrator for the store). Anybody has any
| comment on this noise? We thought it may be a cam for a (possibly future)
| sound system.
|
| Cheers
| Leo
|


Re: P2K Y-3 2-8-8-2

Leo Pesce <leo@...>
 

The store I work for part time, finally got one of the P2K articulateds.

Wow! It is smooth as silk, the details are impecable, it even has a small
momentum when you shut off the throttle. I agree completely to the
comment made about being "a plastic brass".

One thing: there is a clicking noise while it is moving, very regular, once
per revolution, either way, and it seems to be diminishing as time and
running goes by (it is the demonstrator for the store). Anybody has any
comment on this noise? We thought it may be a cam for a (possibly future)
sound system.

Cheers
Leo


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Re: P2K Y-3 2-8-8-2

"Nelson Kennedy" <nelsonk@...
 

I've seen word posted on another group that they have all gone at
distributor level. I wonder if Al at ECMR managed to score some to sell at
$245.

Nelson Kennedy,
Christchurch, New Zealand.
Ferrymead Trams, NZR 0 gauge and a little Espee in H0 are at:
http://downunder.railfan.net
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From: Thomas Beutel <Thomas.Beutel@efi.com>

Has anyone who has received their's be willing to write a mini-review for
this mailing list? I've noticed a bunch showing up on eBay this week with
prices ranging from $249 to $349.

Thomas Beutel
San Francisco


P2K Y-3 2-8-8-2

Thomas Beutel <Thomas.Beutel@...>
 

Has anyone who has received their's be willing to write a mini-review for
this mailing list? I've noticed a bunch showing up on eBay this week with
prices ranging from $249 to $349.

Thomas Beutel
San Francisco


P2K Y-3 Pricing

"Nelson Kennedy" <nelsonk@...
 

There has been some discussion on another list about the 'street price' of
the new P2K Y-3 now that it has been released. I posted the following
information which may be of interest to members of this list.

[quote]
Al at ECMR posted in a newsletter a few days ago that he hopes to offer some
at $245. It seems that he might be able to score some cancellation stock
that was destined for other dealers.

I guess P2K have missed the bus on this one with the shipment arriving a
month or so too late to catch the Christmas market.
[endquote]

For any members that do not know it, ECMR offer an email advice service of
monthly specials and intermittent one off specials. I get maybe two or
three e-mails a week most weeks. There have been a few more lately as I
guess Al has been getting into 'January Sales' mode. He seems to be an
astute trader who is sometimes able to offer deals that don't seem to be
available elsewhere. Anyone wishing to be subscribed to his email list may
do so by sending a message to ECMR1@aol.com

This message is in no way intended to be an endorsement of ECMR over any
other trader. As it happens I am a satisfied customer, as I am of several
other traders. As moderator of this list I am happy for members to make
trade announcements of this nature. I will not be happy if we were to allow
ourselves to descend into 'trader bashing' as sometimes occurs on Usenet
groups. This is a publicly accessible arena and I don't want to find myself
on the end of a libel suit! Fair enough, guys?

Cheers,

Nelson Kennedy
Christchurch, New Zealand
Ferrymead Trams, NZR 0 gauge, a little Espee H0 are at
http://downunder.railfan.net


The Locomotive Cyclopedia

eric wolfsbane <wolfsbane@...>
 

Does anyone have an opinion on the Hundman Publishing book, 'The Locomotive
Cyclopedia'?

It's about $60.00. I'd like to know if anyone has it, or seen it and what
they think of it before I buy a copy.


Eric

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