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Following the success of its National Railway Equipment (NRE) GenSet I, Atlas has added the NRE GenSet II to its HO scale Trainman Plus line. At first glance, the Atlas Trainman Plus GenSet II may look a lot like the firm’s GenSet I we reviewed in the March 2011 Model Railroader, but there are substantial differences. If you are already a subscriber to Model Railroader Video Plus you must log into your account to view this video. Sign up for the Model Railroader Video Plus newsletter to receive special offers from MRVP and its marketing partners. Hi y'all, After having my MRR in crates for 3 years I've got a place for it now and hope to start unloading and reassembling it in the near future. Thanks Tom.I'm planning to stick with it but since I've got a lot of work to do reassembling and fitting the layout to a new space I thought that I could make some improvements. Atlas is offering ready-to-run N scale models of the Alco C-420 in six body styles with and without factory-installed Digital Command Control (DCC).
The C-420 was produced during the height of the diesel battle between Alco, Electro-Motive Division, and General Electric. Atlas offers its N scale C-420 in phase 1, 2a, and 2b variants, all with high or low short hoods as appropriate; our sample is based on a phase 1 prototype. If you consider that a Model Railroad is supposed to be a complete miniature version of the real thing, I could see why you would want to model graffiti. My n scale figures are not capable of moving around on their own--they just stand or sit there, glued in place--so I reckon they can't appply graffiti when I'm not looking.
Mark, Thanks for starting this as a topic.I look at graffiti as defacing railroad property and as vandalism, but I am 70 years old. I am an older person myself, and consider graffiti to be unsightly litter, and a sign of an uncaring society which defaces and discolors its surroundings.
The ready-to-run locomotive features a newly tooled shell, thinner-profile handrails, and cab roof details.

The locomotive, like the 3GS21B from 2006, was designed with the environment and fuel savings in mind. The models, part of the firm’s Master Line, feature a mix of molded and separately applied plastic parts, directional lighting, and prototype-specific details. So far it's worked.Seriously, I prefer to model railroads (appearance wise) as I would like them to be, not as they are. So frequently was their "mark" seen in the West during the '70s that Microscale even had a hybrid of their markings in their first graffiti set. I live in Boca Raton, Florida which is a heavily planned community and strongly cared-for urban environment, and even small isolated instances of tags stick out like a proverbial sore thumb. National Railway Equipment’s website notes the GenSet design has reduced emissions, noise, fuel consumption, and maintenance costs compared to traditional locomotives. So I know a little bit about this firsthand."Hobo" code markings were not typically seen on cars, they were designed to pass information about local conditions, so were found on fixed objects. The chassis, trucks, fuel tank, and battery boxes appear to be the same as those used on the GenSet I. It is conceivable that hobos or other transients may have chalked cars to pass an "I'm OK" message home.
Seriously, In the short time that I have been reinvolved with the hobby I have seen many threads and posts about realism. 1293 features a vertical nose-mounted headlight (the area on the cab where the headlight could go is plated over), ditch lights on top of the anticlimber on both ends, and blanked out horizontal windows on the back of the cab. About how such and such is or isn't correct for a given era, etc, etc.So chalk it up to the boys that have seen fit to demand realism. In addition, the battery boxes (between the front truck and fuel tank on the model) are recessed too far.
The most famous chalkers, "Herby" and "Bozo Texino" were thought to be railroad employees, SP in Texas, if I recall.

The first real national exposure to "deep metro" tagging of railroad cars was the opening credit scenes from the TV show Welcome Back Kotter (1975-1979), showing subway cars with this style of painted markings.
Do your return loops on the right serve a purpose beyond giving your trains another route to navigate? I wish that the vandals would use their creative talent in some legal ways.Even though I'm against vandalizing properly of any kind I still buy model cars with graffiti because they represent real life examples of railroads today.
Chalk washes off with the weather, and chalkers were either railroad employees or railfans (in some form), never covering lettering or stenciling.
That in no way supports the vandals since none of my money goes to them.This situation is somewhat similar to swastikas on models of WWII German vehicles or airplanes. The violence - even killings - tied to taggers especially in the Los Angeles area is a lifestyle not especially worthy of emulation.If you choose to model tagging, then you have made the choice to further propagate the tags, and to legitimate the concept as your take on reality. In the 1970s, this brand of – lets call it modern graffiti for arguments sake, only existed in New York City and Philadelphia.
In its own special way, there is a focus on aesthetics in gang graffiti, but gangs are more concerned with marking than getting the name of the gang up. For this reason, modern graffiti artists (secretly) shun gang graffiti because it usually perpetrates the stigma that ALL graffiti is gang graffiti perpetrated by violent Mexican and black gang bangers. As a property owner myself, I fully understand the position of many rail fans and of course the authorities take insofar as graffiti is illegal.

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