Thank you Andrew.
Was waiting for that response, although I've no doubt any number of Stevens products would have looked fantastic in blue and crimson...
Interestingly, I am wondering, given the earlier builds of Jupiter and its brethren, that the blue may not have been rather light, lighter even than the blue on the Promontory replica. Fans of UK steam will remember that the early Caley liveries were much lighter blue and scarlet, due in no small part to the fact that their blue paint faded very quickly. The more favored dark blue for which the Caledonian Railway is now famous wouldn't have come about for another decade or two. Incidentally the B. R. suffered the same problem when they tried developing an "Express Blue" which is why their Ultramarine and Blue liveries lasted such a short time.
Did some more work on El Goob yesterday, but only for performance's sake(and a little rebuild work). I rebuilt the pilot and trailing wheels to be more accurate (they will become my new standard, as their shape is a good deal better) and cut polygons out where possible to try (and so far, fail) to make the massive locomotive less polygon-happy. Currently it stands at 167,523 triangles in Blender - roughly equivalent to a C&C 4-4-0 with a C&S mogul coupled behind.
A. J., I'm thinking of looking into a separate (temporary) site to host payware while Trainz Forge seems immobile. It would be a good way to net some income, especially since I'm now paying for gas.
I'll post here if any developments occur in that department.