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very nice

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I've been watching old westerns on TV and what locos they run. Almost all of them on Gunsmoke and other shows are 4-6-0s. Some have the cinder-catcher stacks, and others don't.
 

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I've been watching old westerns on TV and what locos they run. Almost all of them on Gunsmoke and other shows are 4-6-0s. Some have the cinder-catcher stacks, and others don't.
Tales of Wells Fargo has a lot of neat clips of the old timers in action.

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That is one beautiful engine. Also love that style , always putting remote on pause or rewind when i see one running on a few different westerns that record..Its weird so many post and prewar engines here but i do not have a general type after all these years of playing with trains.
 

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Did you see the thread "Light Schematic Needed". In post #55, the OP uploaded a movie file in Zip format. That could be downloaded by viewers and played using Windows Media Player - no YouTube needed.
A much bigger PITA for anyone that wants to see the video than just having a YouTube link.
 

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Nice looking train. I was always intrigued by Civil War era railroading. I know this engine and coaches are likely post Civil War, but they look similar...

Tom
 
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