Six or so weeks ago (has it been that long already?) I posted photos of 4 Brownville and Ashland Railway diesels belonging to Luc Sabourin. Well, the maintenance contract with Luc's railroad has now been extended to include these 3 locomotives as well. JSSX maintenance crew (me) will again carry out light paint touch-ups to handrails, etc., and install plug-in decoders as well.
Here are a few photos of more of the Brownville & Ashland Railway power...
The three B&A locomotives have just arrived into the JSSX yard.
Widecab #501 is a really nicely done model. Note the quad-exhaust stacks, and the anti-slip strips on the top of the short hood are a very nice touch.
And B&A 281 with one fan removed. A bit of exhaust soot has begun to accumulate around the stacks.
Visible further down the track in the first photo is my snoot-nosed LTEX SD40 number 3415. Sean Steele painted this one for me several years ago, going by photos I had seen at rrpicturearchives.net. A former Union Pacific engine, I was drawn to this one by the large amount of flat black covering such a wide area of the sides Here's a bit closer look:
Good lookin' power, and I was happy to help with the questions around that switcher from a few weeks ago!ReplyDelete