TTE3302 TT scale E33 loco - Conrail 4608

by paulburkittgray
  • Frosted Ultra Detail

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1:120 scale General Electric E33 - Conrail livery 4608

The E33 was built by General Electric in 1955 for the Virginian Railway, where they were known as the EL-C. Following the Virginian's merger with the Norfolk and Western Railway in 1959, electrification was abandoned. The locomotives were sold to the New Haven Railroad, where they worked through successive Penn Central and Conrail ownership until scrapped in 1981.
Throughout their lives several modifications were made to the locomotives. This model is correct for loco 4608 in Conrail livery.

  • No front high level multiple unit power cable
  • No rear high level multiple unit power cable
  • Half length underframe skirting
  • Box on front right walkway
  • Original roof-box grill arrangement
  • E44-type horns
  • Original type pilot

Assembly Instructions

Exploded View - front and left

Exploded View - rear and right

Sprue for separate parts

Included in the model are the main body and a sprue with all the handrails and other parts which need to be added separately, as illustrated in the diagrams above.

The part-relief underframe equipment detail should be attached to the side of the chassis block.
I recommend using acrylic paints for this model as they work well on the Frosted Ultra Detail plastic. Enamel paints have been reported to take an excessive amount of time to dry on Frosted Ultra Detail so should not be used.


IN: 3.181 w x 6.866 d x 1.52 h
CM: 8.08 w x 17.44 d x 3.86 h


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