N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher

N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures Painted model, finished following instructions (see description below).
Painted model, finished following instructions (see description below).
N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures Painted model, finished following instructions (see description below).
N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures Painted model, finished following instructions (see description below).
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N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures Painted switcher and interior.
N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures Painted switcher and interior.
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N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures Painted interior, finished following instructions (see description below).
N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures Painted interior, finished following instructions (see description below).
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N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures
N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures
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N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures
N Scale (1:160) PRR Electric Switcher 3d printed Model trains Miniatures
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About this Product

Built in 1912 at the Pennsylvania Railroad Altoona shops, the prototype battery-powered tractors served the Pennsylvania Railroad in Baltimore, MD and Jersey City, NJ, moving box cars in narrow city streets where standard locomotives could not be used. This model represents the switcher as it appeared from about the late 1920s to the early 1950s. The switchers before and after this time period featured different wheels and tires. Modifications in the mid-1950s also included conversion from electric to gas, when a large exhaust pipe was added to the roof. These tractors were often seen caked in heavy layers of dust, mud and grime, especially on the wheels and spokes. Learn more about the prototype at http://prr.railfan.net/RubberTiredSwitchers.html. Instructions available at http://www.americanarchetypemodels.com. Wire handrails and other small details are not included, but the instructions explain how to add them.

Dimensions

IN: 1.687 w x 1.262 d x 0.8 h
CM: 4.286 w x 3.206 d x 2.032 h
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Just received this switcher, and it is my very first Shapeway's product. It is truly outstanding, well detailed, and well done kit. I look forward to painting and assembling it and will post pictures when I do. I am not a modeler of PRR (I'm from NYC country) but this is a very unique item, and a must for the PRR modeler. Thank You for bringing it to us N scalers!
14 minutes ago
@twofoot We didn't find drawings, per say. We found a weird mix of written descriptions that specifically described measurements and measured drawings of the chasis and wheels. Together, it was enough to pull it together.
May 2, 2013, 11:24 pm
Where on earth did you find drawings for this thing? I've been looking for years so I could build a large scale model. well done!
May 2, 2013, 9:23 pm
 
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