My model of Conrail B23-7 1928 had a frame that “disintegrated”, and I finally got around to replacing it.
Conrail only owned 6 “normal” C30-7s, so 6602 is a bit of an oddball compared to the 50 C30-7As that far outnumbered them on the roster. However, in N scale, we don’t have C30-7As available, but way back in 1994 Kato released the C30s in 2 numbers. A few months back I came across one […]
The U23B was General Electric’s equivalent to EMD’s wildly successful GP38. It was a 2300HP road switcher that was aimed at both road and local service. Conrail inherited a number of U23Bs from Penn Central and the Lehigh Valley. They served in duties as intended for a number of years, but were slowly being phased […]
1913 is an almost stock Atlas B23-7. Conrail’s beaten 23s mostly worked in New York and New England, however, they did occasionally venture south, and so I wanted a model of one.