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  1. Coal Fired Bricks

    Boston and Albany RR Tender

    I built this tender for a B&A F2 Class 4-6-0 which I finished because of running issues I ended up scrapping the project. I wish I took photos. The F2 group consisted of twenty locomotives built by Schenectady in 1907 with 22x26 inch cylinders, 69-inch drivers, and 200 lbs. of boiler pressure. Some had the cylinder bore increased by one inch and were designated F-12 Class. I built this after Christmas because my B&A D1a 4-6-6t had running issues(cough caugh**vertical drive motor). Overall I am pretty happy with this model and I turned out well. Instead of using a flex tube, I used black coffee stirrers which are nearly the exact same size as flex tube and they are $2 for 300. This is a good runner and **Bonus** can run on R40. Boston and Albany Tender by Coal Fired Bricks, on Flickr Boston and Albany Tender by Coal Fired Bricks, on Flickr Boston and Albany Tender by Coal Fired Bricks, on Flickr For more pics head to my Flickr page https://www.flickr.com/photos/188099743@N07/with/49837782056/ -Coal Fired PS stay tuned for my next build and I may post some pics of older builds here and my Christmas layout.