Discussion in '2-10-0 Decapod' started by smokebox, May 28, 2009.

  1. smokebox

    smokebox Member

    Hello Everyone;

    I would like to build a model of one of the 2-10-0's in F scale (1.20.3)
    I'm sorta thinking of doing the oil burnner verson if anyone has measurements builders prints ect. ect.
    Or if someone knows where I can buy a book covering them that would be a big help.
    I'm into live steam and since I have no place for a ride on railroad why not make one for the flower bed!!
    Infact I found this group by accident while looking for information of them.


    Rob Wright
  2. w3hodoug

    w3hodoug 2008 Engineer of the Year Supporter

    Rob, the drawing is on page 13 of FMIG Newletter 5 and the major dimensions are included in the excel spread sheet steam roster.

    All sorts of stuff is downloadable from - just search for it.

  3. pensive

    pensive Member Supporter

    A drawing of a "Russian" decapod appears in Model Railroader Cyclopedia: Vol. 1, Steam Locomotives by Linn Wescott and published by Kalmbach. You may be able to find a copy on ebay, amazon or some other internet auction site. -Rich
  4. smokebox

    smokebox Member

    Hello Again;

    Does anyone know if the frame for a 2-10-0 and a 2-10-2 are any different other than just the part for the trailing truck?
    I have struck out on hunting down the 2-10-0 plans and the ride on scale folks only have 2-10-2 plans.
    I'm really looking fore ward to building a live steam Russian and there will be a few axtra for sale if anyone is intrested, once again these will run on F scale standard gauge.
    If this project goes through, that is ," I really want one though"!

    And there will be a move to Ft. Knox, KY sometime before I start on them!
    Rob Wright
  5. Sirfoldalot

    Sirfoldalot Supporter Supporter

    I have two views of the plans in a photoshop program which are 3 and 4 MB. I will send them to you directly via private e-mail address - not through Friscoorg. (or to anyone else who wants them)
    The following ipg's are made from expanding parts of the photoshop file.

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