BNSF 828

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  1. Good points Chuck. Thanks for pointing this out!
  2. No idea. I'd be hard pressed to buy without the box/original packing...
  3. Heads Up: http://m.ebay.com/itm/MTH-One-Gauge-Union-Pacific-Challenger-Steam-Locomotive-/252455053860?nav=SEARCH "Up for auction is this great looking MTH UP Challenger steamer. The engine is used but very well maintained. Always inside. No rust, no issues. May need a new battery for the sound. No original box but carefully boxed for shipping. No reserve. Shipping to 48 states only." Buyer Beware - see comments below!
  4. Excellent pic. Can see plenty of SF consists pulling through here...
  5. Neat idea! Are there any regulations on drones yet? Seen some related traffic on other sites.
  6. Excellent work John! Thanks for sharing.
  7. That SF signal would make a nice addition to someone's layout. Legally obtained of course...
  8. Not so sure, description says: "1:32 scale proportions,suitable for indoor and outdoor use, operates with most AC and DC power supplies, operates on any standard 45mm guage track" (45mm commonly called G gauge and 32mm O gauge) Pictures show MTH One-Guage boxes...
  9. Is this IF or when? A couple ES44s would be nice.
  10. If that's true, Aristo should provide Raymond some form of stipend...
  11. Excellent! Had time for a couple cold ones...
  12. Hmm, #844, Pacific, Challenger. Please don't make me choose...
  13. Nice ride. Not sure which I like better, the bike or the switcher...
  14. #844 would be good and I might be tempted if a nice Pacific rolled into town...
  15. Good question. I was searching the MTH Site a couple days ago and found a NS 4-bay hopper listed from the 2016 Vol 1 catalog. Looks like a new catalog is forthcoming. With any luck, it will have some new tooling...