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I'am trying to locate Any drawings of either Durham & Southern Rwy or SAL Decapods Built in the late twentys and early thirtys. Not of the Russian version built earile
-- Robert A Ashworth (TarheelRRds@aol.com), February 09, 2000
There are some crude drawings at the Fallen Flags website...the URL is: http://www.dnaco.net/~gelwood/ Scroll down to 'Seaboard Air Line' and then scroll down past the listing of models. There is a line 'Seaboard Steam Drawings'...click there. This is the Master Mechanic's drawing book...just about all non-articulated engines are there. They are not construction quality drawings, but someplace to start.
-- Bill Donahue (BillD53A@aol.com), February 16, 2000.
The Decapods you are talking about were a stock Baldwin design of the 1920's. Drawings of them appeared in Model Railroader in the late 1960's, (1968, I think)but couldn't tell you exactly which issue. They may also be in the MR Cyclopedia Vol. 1, Steam Locomotives, but again, I'm not certain. Not where I can check on that one.
Hope this helps steer you in the right direction, anyway.
-- Robert H. Hanson (RHanson669@aol.com), February 15, 2000.