5. Rolling Stock
Locomotive: Shay or SW1
I've not decided between these two locos, for each has advantages and disadvantages. The Shay is more fitting for such a line, but it won't run on Rail Craft Code 40 flex without having its flanges turned down. The Arnold SW1 may be a little modern, but it still fits the logic of the layout (the Boston & Maine had them), and it also runs on Code 40 flex as-is. The SW1 would obviate the need for the water tower, which I might rework as disused.
Freight: Tank Cars
These are Fine N Scale 38' truss-rod flatcar kits #FNR-2103 (below left) with #FNR-2104 oil tanks (below right).
Freight: Box Cars & Reefers
These are Fine N Scale 38' truss-rod boxcar kits #FNR-2101 (below left) and truss-rod boxcar kits #FNR-2102 (below right).
Passenger: Coach & Combine
These are Roundhouse Overton kits.
Non-Revenue: Bobber Caboose
This little guy is actually a holdover from the White River & Northern IV.
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