3 thoughts on “Modeling Steam Locomotives

  1. Gene Holub

    Good morning — I hope this message reaches someone who can help me or direct me in the right direction. I’m looking for blueprints, diagrams, information on the LV’s 2-10-2 class R-1 Santa Fes. I have purchased an Overland Models C&O class B-1 Santa Fe. As I think is commonly known, the C&O purchased these engines from the LV and modified them for their purposes. I have a builder who is willing to work on the C&O engine and un- modify it back to its original LV appearance. However, I need information, as much as possible. Looking through my reference material I see information, even photos, are scarce. Any assistance would be great! Thank you in advance.

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    1. golarimer@gmail.com

      Gene, I would suggest putting this question to the ARHS Facebook page or to the ARHS website.

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  2. David Faust

    Dave Faust here–Tucson Arizona. My great grand father was killed in an accident at Delano Junction Jan. 1920. Slipped on an icy ladder and was killed. I have been able to find some interesting data on Delano in 1875 and later in the 20th Century. etc. I have found a couple of photos of the Delano yard as well as a couple of photos of the steam engines used there.
    Does anyone know what type of engine was used to haul out the coal cars, or what switchers were used??

    I have gone to MapQuest to see what is left there. There still seems to be one-two lines in the town with what seems to be numerous tanker cars. Are there any buildings from 1920 still there.

    Thank you for any assistance you can provide.

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