dogmouse wrote:Hmmm....can you be a little more specific, Harrison? The intake was modeled precisely where it is on the diagram. Can you show, perhaps, an image to better illustrate what you mean by being a "bit high"?
By the way, keep in mind that the S2 is/was one of the most "modified" locos made in it's day. Over 1,500 were made, and if you look through the images of them through the years, you'll see that just about every one of them had some unique modification made to it.
EDIT: OH! I just now read your words underneath your picture! The number board was modeled too, I just have it hidden, and i think the lighting might make the vents look a tad high, but they are spot on in the diagram. I have too many rivets running across there, as well, in the area where the number boards are located. They get covered up by the boards, so that is another reason why it might look too high.
dogmouse wrote:Thanks for that pic and info, Eliot. Im planning on going to the Western Pacific Train museum in May. They have a couple of S2's there. I'll see if I can crawl underneath and see what i can find.
And thanks Harrison, for the links. cool site, and useful images :-)
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