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Is anyone else getting a "Glover" vibe from this loco, or is it just me? I think it is a combination of the larger cab and tender and the smaller wheels. Glover is (was) probably my favorite US loco builder. They built a lot of narrow gauge and they are from the South afterall :)
 

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Posted By vsmith on 01/09/2009 7:30 AM
Posted By Spule 4 on 01/08/2009 10:40 PM
Is anyone else getting a "Glover" vibe from this loco, or is it just me? I think it is a combination of the larger cab and tender and the smaller wheels. Glover is (was) probably my favorite US loco builder. They built a lot of narrow gauge and they are from the South afterall
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If it had the arched cab windows it would be a dead ringer for a Glover built locomotive



Ah, but not all Glover had steel/arch window cabs, but yes, that is the telltale.

This is a void, I know of one company that made Glover cabs in resin in On30, otherwise nothing. What is a shame is I am sure if Glover were based in PA or NY we would have models of them....../DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/sad.gif
 
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