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When are too many SLs never enough?

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After unpacking and running my new Kato 8620 (great model) I thought I should review my fleet of SLs.  I attach a rather dark photo showing, from left to right, 68656, 39685, C11174, C11171 (SL Suzuran), C11227, C1267, C5050, C51276 (Summons Specified), C5343 (streamlined), C5516, two C5520 (streamlined), C56160 (SL Yamaguchi). C571 (Summons Specified), C571 (SL Yamaguchi), C59108 (Summons Specified), C60101, D51758 & D51893 (Summons Specified).  

 

While most are Microace the more recent Kato models are truly wonderful examples of the current state of model locomotive manufacturing...now all I have to do is persuade the 'Financial Controller' that there are more model SLs I need to buy!

Graeme

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Martijn Meerts

There is no such thing as too many SLs, ever 😉

 

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Kanpai Keith

Nah, you’re good.

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Kamome

I thought you need at least 3 of the new 8620s as it’s more prototypical for a freight consist. 
 

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katoftw

Where did the C56-160 come from?

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roadstar_na6
2 hours ago, katoftw said:

Where did the C56-160 come from?


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SL-san
22 minutes ago, roadstar_na6 said:

My C56-160 is the 2007 release, not the 2012 'improved' version.

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