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Matthew Easton
  • San Rafael, CA
  • United States

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1501 power plant?
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I know 1501 has a 645, but what model with or without a turbo charger? I'm installing sound in one of my models and I want the correct sound installed. Thank you!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matthew Easton Sep 22, 2016.

 

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Peter Hann commented on Matthew Easton's photo
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"Is your model an Atlas MP15DC?"
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Matthew Easton commented on Richard Todd's photo
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worlds cheapest spray booth

"I can never figure out how to post on the Modelers page either. The page setup is quite confusing."
Dec 28, 2016
Matthew Easton commented on Richard Todd's photo
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"This is on the Modelers page right where it should be. Several of us model the NWP and this was useful information that was posted. Matt"
Dec 28, 2016
Matthew Easton replied to Chad Gustafson's discussion Lookin' at Airbrushes in the group Modelers
"Chad, I purchased a large twin fan paint booth from MicroMark. The compressor is super quiet and it has a tank so it's not constantly running. I have a large Makita contractors compressor with a larger tank, but I use that at my house because…"
Dec 19, 2016
Matthew Easton replied to Chad Gustafson's discussion Lookin' at Airbrushes in the group Modelers
"Chad, I'm very happy with my Iwata bottom feed airbrush. As the previous poster said stay away from water base paints they screw up your airbrush faster than anything. I use a Paache DC600R compressor/air tank combo with a water trap regulator.…"
Dec 17, 2016
Matthew Easton and John P. Morgan are now friends
Dec 7, 2016
Jennifer commented on Matthew Easton's photo
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"Awesome.  Nice work Matthew!"
Dec 7, 2016
Matthew Easton commented on Matthew Easton's photo
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"The horn doesn't work on 1501 so I have to play Slayer and Pantera on the PA system at all the grade crossings."
Dec 5, 2016
Matthew Easton commented on Matthew Easton's photo
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"It's a LPG facility, in the far back is a oil refinery and beyond that is a nuclear waste storage facility. I run 5 trains a day to downtown San Rafael..."
Dec 5, 2016
Richard C. Brand commented on Matthew Easton's photo
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"And what/where is that backdrop supposed to represent?  Looks sorta like an LPG facility which is a touchy subject."
Dec 5, 2016
Matthew Easton commented on Matthew Easton's photo
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"Richard thanks! Yeah all I did was rust the wheels and did a light dusting of grimy black on the wheels. All my other stuff is weatherd. I really wanted to make these look "fresh out of the paint shop look". Hard to see in the photos , but…"
Dec 4, 2016
Richard Todd commented on Matthew Easton's photo
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"Beautiful work Matthew! My two SD-7's and SD-9's have only very light weathering. A little "dirt and dust" on the trucks, under body and the ends reflect the then NWP's care for their locos. The lightening effect makes…"
Dec 4, 2016
Chad Glover commented on Matthew Easton's photo
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"Very Nice,  Would have been cool to give 1922 that faded paint job though."
Nov 29, 2016
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What it looks like with 1922 with a fresh paint job and 1501 together.
Nov 29, 2016
Matthew Easton and Chad Gustafson are now friends
Oct 19, 2016
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NS 5076 Arrival Part 4: Schellville

"Possibly STBFan possibly... :-) Steven several railroads that purchase second hand equipment re-number their engines."
Oct 19, 2016

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Met a fellow member
Favorite NWP locomotive or piece of rolling stock, if you have one?
Custom HO models SD7s, GP15s, NWP 1922, BUGX 1322

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At 10:24am on March 8, 2016, Mark Drury said…

Welcome to the NWPRR Network, Matthew! Please take a look around and let me know if you have any questions or comments. We're adding content daily and actively recruiting new members -- please feel free to invite your own friends if you think they may be interested. Regards,
Mark Drury

 
 
 

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