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R OConnor


N Scale Baldwin-Westinghouse Steeplecab
roconnor30319 I'm accustomed to painting metal or injected plastic, so I'm down the learning curve with 3-D. Next for this locomotive will be window glass and couplers. Maybe handrails eventually. But, first, will be buying another Baldwin Westinghouse strictly for its frame. Will be removing all the other superstructure and then adding the metal pieces of a Western Railcraft steeple cab onto a Bandai chassis. Thought that I would never build any of the Western Railcraft kits that I have accumulated. Thanks for designing this locomotive.
roconnor30319 A work in progress, but I'm having fun.


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