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The real #9 © 2010 - 2020 Steve Claude

 

 

 
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Picture Information:
Picture Title: The real #9
Location: Top Secret
Photographer: Steve Claude
Submission Date: 4/20/2010 4:24:26 PM
Comments: Somewhere in a top secret warehouse lies the original #9. This is Jims coal burner, a great looking engine that would look even better back on the rails at SCLS.
Gallery Category: Steam
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Shooting Location: Top Secret
Owner: Jim B
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Locomotive or Car Type: Steam Locomotives
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Track Gauge: 7.5
Scale: 1.5
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Critiqued 4/20/2010 4:46:28 PM by Charlie  Giordano, Torrance
ive nagged him pretty hard to bring it down! would be a great loco!

  Comment Response Entered: 4/21/2010 6:12:21 AM  By: tom   d - lakewood
that would be a good loco for Jim to take on road trips-meets at other clubs when we go as a group as its nice looking and not so big and heavy as his other locos. would be grate to see it running around a little bit at so cal too
  Comment Response Entered: 4/21/2010 6:48:06 AM  By: tom   d - lakewood
if we could get all the members and club steammers up and running I think maybe we would have at lest 15-17 livesteam locos running at the club, now that would be a show
  Comment Response Entered: 4/24/2010 9:22:05 PM  By: Charlie & Todd   Giordano - Torrance, CA
ya steam!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Comment Response Entered: 4/26/2010 8:47:29 PM  By: Steve   Claude - , CA
If you look closely at that engine it would be a great candidate for an eletric conversion. The chassis has enough room to hide the motors, and the tender is big enough for the batteries and speed controller. We could even hook up a smoke machine to it.
  Comment Response Entered: 4/27/2010 5:30:22 PM  By: charlie   giordano - torrance
...........................words could not describe my feelings toward that comment
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