Re: PRR T1 - Why recreate a failed design?
Author: Nipsey
Date: 10-18-2020 - 05:02

I'd like to see one of the highly successful "Challenger" types made by Alco. With it's 4-6-6-4 wheel arrangement it was a real speed @#$%&. The mighty UP pulled all the name passenger trains with the type.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  PRR T-1 Trust... how about a GG1 too? IDEA MAN 10-16-2020 - 14:55
  Re: PRR T-1 Trust... how about a GG1 too? G's Rule! 10-16-2020 - 17:08
  Re: PRR T-1 Trust... how about a GG1 too? Dr Zarkoff 10-16-2020 - 18:24
  Re: ... how about a GG1 too? WebDigger 10-17-2020 - 00:53
  Re: ... how about a GG1 too? Why not? 10-17-2020 - 09:33
  Re: ... how about a GG1 too? Dr Zarkoff 10-17-2020 - 10:20
  PRR T1 - Why recreate a failed design? Pdxrailtransit 10-17-2020 - 11:19
  Re: PRR T1 - Why recreate a failed design? Nipsey 10-18-2020 - 05:02
  The devilish filter strikes again WebDigger 10-18-2020 - 09:19
  Re: The devilish filter strikes again Nipsey 10-18-2020 - 15:57


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