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    Contemplating a switch in scale
    Joe, realize that much of the "modern" 1:22.5 stuff is a little fudged for scale. Take LGB's White Pass diesel and Uintah mallet. Both are ridiculously undersized compared to their prototypes. Both prototypes pushed over 10' wide; the LGB models are barel...  more
    looking for 2-4-2- white pass Columbia
    Well I found my unicorn. Won the bid on trainz, so now the fun can begin :)
    looking for 2-4-2- white pass Columbia
    yea I noticed the busted rod, but I can work with that, I would probably go through all that anyways.  I have the high bid at the moment, but probably won't last long hahaha
    looking for 2-4-2- white pass Columbia
    The piston rod and guide are also messed up on the port side.
    looking for 2-4-2- white pass Columbia
    Here's the link:
    https://marketplace.trainzauctions.com/offer/details/Bachmann-91119-White-Pass--Yukon-2-4-2-Steam-Locomotive--TenderBox-8523690
     
    Said the stack is broken off, but the pic shows it in place.
    looking for 2-4-2- white pass Columbia
    Thanks for the heads up Bob, I’ll check it out 
    looking for 2-4-2- white pass Columbia
    Aaron,
    There is one listed on the Trainz.com website in the G Scale section.  The current bid is $11.99 and there are 3 days left in the auction.  Hope this helps.
    looking for 2-4-2- white pass Columbia
    This locomotive seems to be a unicorn in Times Square riding a buffalo haha. I am looking for a Bachmann Columbia 2-4-2 in the White Pass and Yukon scheme. I remember seeing it in the 1995 Bachmann Catalog, and have always liked the look of it. Looking to...  more
    Videos from your layouts ?
    Greg Elmassian said:
    not sure what "scenes you are talking about"
    15 is the number of passes between people with white shirts as it requests you count...
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