Some old west CN, CP, or D&RGW Stuff

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Some old west CN, CP, or D&RGW Stuff

Postby TorenHynes » Tue Jun 22, 2010 6:41 am

Hi
I was just wondering if there is some old west CN, CP, or D&RGW stuff on the website. If there is some, could you please tell me where it is. If there isn't, you could maybe make a reskin of some of your other locos and wagons?
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Re: Some old west CN, CP, or D&RGW Stuff

Postby Pencil » Tue Jun 22, 2010 8:28 am

Welcome Toren!

No, not on this site. For D&RGW, look at http://www.steammachine.com/bdaneal/ and http://www.steammachine.com/prowler/

I will at some time in the future do some variants of the V&T Moguls to represent the several locomotives sent to BC for construction of the CPR in the 1880's. See http://www.kag.bc.ca/Exhibitions/AllAboard/plant.html for more information on those engines. I'll probably do some matching freight cars at the same time.

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Re: Some old west CN, CP, or D&RGW Stuff

Postby TorenHynes » Sat Jul 31, 2010 5:28 am

Did the D&RGW ever own any Monguls? If so, tell Ben that he should make some!
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Re: Some old west CN, CP, or D&RGW Stuff

Postby NevadaNorthernFan » Sat Jul 31, 2010 2:14 pm

There is some three foot 2-6-0s on his site that repersent the D&RGW.
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Re: Some old west CN, CP, or D&RGW Stuff

Postby TorenHynes » Tue Aug 31, 2010 6:37 am

By CN I mean Canadian Northern stuff, and by CP I mean Canadian Pacific Railway stuff, not Central Pacific.
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Re: Some old west CN, CP, or D&RGW Stuff

Postby zues » Sun Sep 26, 2010 10:42 am

By CN I mean Canadian Northern stuff, and by CP I mean Canadian Pacific Railway stuff, not Central Pacific.
CPR is Canadian pacific, just to let you know. :wink:


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