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D&H lightweight coach #201 - 206, as built (1/160)
mosquitojunction @Atomsk102 If you decide to make locos, Please consider Camelback shells for existing loco chassis. 2-6-0 2&4-8-0 or 2-8-2 Etc. No one makes camelbacks in N scale.. I would buy at lease 12 different shells, and I know all others building D&H--Reading-- Central New Jersey--Penn---Rutland, would buy these shells also..
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