Category Archives: Modelers

HO “Scale” Kadee Couplers for Sn2

One of the cheapest and simplest and best looking couplers to install is the KD #153.  Gary White is using the HO #153 short shank “scale” couplers with whiskers from Kadee.  Gary installs the directly on the car without a … Continue reading

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Sergent Couplers for Sn2

If you want the most prototypical looking and operating couplers for your Sn2 train, consider the HO scale Type-E couplers by Sergent Engineering.  Harry Downey has been putting Sergent couplers on his freight cars.  Here are a few photos that … Continue reading

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On the workbench: Warren’s got a Sn2 2-8-0

Warren Judge sent the following photos of the 2-8-0 for his freelanced logging layout.  The model is not 100% complete, but still worthy of looking.  It started out as an HOn3 brass 2-8-0 and got a new cab from Jerry … Continue reading

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HO boxcar conversion

Two Sn2 boxcar models by Tad Miyano that are inspired by Monson freight cars.  One is scratch built and one is converted from an HO MDC old-time 36′ box car.  Do you know which started life as an MDC car?  … Continue reading

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Moody River Flanger

Tad’s scratch build flanger is based on a SR&RL prototype.

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Moody River Combine

Tad Miyano was inspired by Monson Railroad’s combine.  The short length of this combine is perfect for the small 2-foot gauge railroad. As of this posting, Portland Locomotive works has announced that it’s working on a kit of the combine … Continue reading

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Freelance railbus and speeder

Tad Miyano built a freelanced railbus and speeder for his Moody River Railroad.

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