|The Engines of The Upstairs Train (2 of 4)|
New York Central Hudson made in 1947-1949. I put it together with
my set of four unpainted 65x Pullmans to create a variation of the
|#283 C&NW Pacific engine made in 1954-1957.
|I got this 302AC Reading Atlantic on ebay.
|#307 Reading Atllantic made in 1954-1957.
|#21085 C&NW Pacific locomotive. I use it to pull a string of freight cars. It's a powerful workhorse!
|I like my first 293 engine so much that I jumped at the chance to get a second one cheap!
|#21165 Erie Casey Jones made in 1961 & 1962.
|#740 Motorized Handcar. I park it on its own stub siding at the outer end of the canyon.
bought these two #8102 C&O Alco shells initially to swap with the
shells of my New Haven set until I got chasses for them. I used
them with the Missouri Pacific passenger cars until I got the engines
for that set. They look great together! Then, of
course, I had to get the C&O cars!
|The powered unit up close.
|And the dummy unit.
Show me the next page of engines.
you or your friends have some American Flyer trains and would like them
to go to a nice home where they'll be loved and cared for, this is the
place! Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. See my Wish List for the items I want most.
On the other side of the coin, I post pictures of surplus items I have for sale from time to time on my
For Sale page.
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