Just thought I'd share some pictures of my latest acquisation, a PCM PRR I1sa 2-10-0. This loco was the Pennsylvania Railroad's maid of all work and could be found hauling trains all over the Pennsey system. This is a lovely model of the I1 captured beautifully by PCM, Precision Craft Models of Broadway Limited fame. The original model was advertised as having an ESU Loksound decoder but this was changed to QSI ver7 sound decoder. I'm very impressed by this models running qualities straight out of the box but PCM need to turn down the sound to a lower default value as this model was deafining straight out of the box. The plastic couplers will be repaced with Kadee semi scale couplers as these don't look anywhere near as big. Note the Worthington feedwater heater on the side of the loco. Some I1's were fitted with them and some weren't. Some used the larger 8 axle tender as fitted to the M1 class mikado's. This was stadardisation from the standard railroad of the world as the PRR liked to label it's self. About 598 of these locos were built between 1916 and 1923.