Now in yellow, and with a simpler bottom half of the boiler / water tank and train to pull! LDD file included!
About this creation
Usually a yard locomotive, this can sometimes be found pulling commuter train cars on a short line reaching from scenic Creve Coeur lake (a Missouri river oxbow lake located about 20 - 25 miles from downtown St. Louis, MO) to Union Station near the Mississippi River. This journey is usually taken on Summer days / nights.
(The Creve Coeur oxbow lake really exists, and their was a streetcar line to it back in the 1920's. of course, several connecting lines would need to be taken to get to Union Station, as their was no direct route.)
Please note: The gears-as-wheels shown here are stand-in's for the Big Ben Bricks medium size drivers, with 2 flanged one being on the ends and one blind one in the middle. Also, the letters BRS go on the 3 studs near the coal bunker, while 5779 goes on the sides of the boiler.
the real version of the passenger cars, originally used on my UK trains.