The LIONEL 0-4-2T and the BACHMANN 0-4-2T .

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norman

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1 Jan 2013
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Hi Folks,


For anyone who is interested,

I am posting my two " Image Paper Builds " of the


LIONEL 0-4-2T

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THE BACHMANN COLUMBIA 0-4-2T DRIVE IS MOUNTED UNDER THE LIONEL 0-6-0T .

The Cab Side Dimensions are from the C P HUNTINGTON.

The Cab Side Window ARCHED Frames are from the JPEG IMAGE

US GOV'T LINE DRAWINGS OF THE GOLDEN SPIKE LOCOMOTIVES


https://pubs.etic.nps.gov/eTIC/GLBA-GRBA/GOSP_431_25001.pdf




and of the


BACHMANN 0-4-2T
1569876496432.png



as I am trying to determine how to build the

Never Placed Into Production DELTON 0-4-2T locomotive

as per this

Phils Narrow Gauge

JPEG Image

1569876566393.png


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I guess that I must mount the BACHMANN PORTER CLEMENTINE DRIVERS TO THE BACHMANN 2-4-2T COLUMBIA DRIVE AXLES.


Any Advice is Welcomed.



Norman
 

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Bill Barnwell

Bill Barnwell

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30 Sep 2017
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Ormond Beach, Fl
Hi Folks,


For anyone who is interested,

I am posting my two " Image Paper Builds " of the


LIONEL 0-4-2T
View attachment 257444
THE BACHMANN COLUMBIA 0-4-2T DRIVE IS MOUNTED UNDER THE LIONEL 0-6-0T .

The Cab Side Dimensions are from the C P HUNTINGTON.

The Cab Side Window ARCHED Frames are from the JPEG IMAGE

US GOV'T LINE DRAWINGS OF THE GOLDEN SPIKE LOCOMOTIVES


https://pubs.etic.nps.gov/eTIC/GLBA-GRBA/GOSP_431_25001.pdf




and of the


BACHMANN 0-4-2T
View attachment 257445


as I am trying to determine how to build the

Never Placed Into Production DELTON 0-4-2T locomotive

as per this

Phils Narrow Gauge

JPEG Image




View attachment 257447



I guess that I must mount the BACHMANN PORTER CLEMENTINE DRIVERS TO THE BACHMANN 2-4-2T COLUMBIA DRIVE AXLES.


Any Advice is Welcomed.



Norman
Norman, those are cool, my next project after the Mason Bogie is either a Huntington, which Delton built one in brass, or a 2-6-2 tank engine like the black hills central RR uses. I have a aristo 2-4-2 rogers which has a separate motor blocks for each driver which you lend itself to the Huntington 4-2-4, + I would be left with an excellent start to the 2-6-2 saddle tanker, just looking for the 0-6-0 drive and leaning toward one of the LGB 0-6-2 motor blocks. I think for the Hunting cab I would go more for the 4-4-0 cab style of the kalamazoo style engine, but do what pleases the eye. keep me advised as if I do a Huntington I will have an extra rogers motor block left over, Bill
 
Fred2179G

Fred2179G

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Norman, I'm always interested in weird builds like those.

I suspect the problem with using the B'mann 2-4-2 is that it wasn't a very successful model in the first place. I understand the drive is likely to cause trouble.
Nor have I heard of anyone swapping drivers between B'mann locos. Not sure it can't be done, as they often seem to be attached the same way. Maybe it's because you can't get them without buying a whole loco. B'mann parts will sell you the complete Porter chassis - for $238 !!