the O scale is the WEST SIDE LUMBER COMPANY snow plow originally built by the SWANE LUMBER COMPANY, says the kits text page.
Its picture matches your wslc plow #2 build. The kit was made by DURANGO PRESS and is their kit # DP-44.
I am a member of the wslc yahoo group. I have also built the Tom Yorke WSLC "reynolds camp cookhouse" kit 4 times. Just for yuks i still have one under construction thats 76 scale foot long instead of the stock 38. plus rather than sitting on the ground i have it elevated up the side of a hill 18 foot in the air.
I have always wanted to get some of russ simpson kits, just never seem to get around to it when they come up. I liked his wslc "block car" with 5 doors.
Last edited on Tue Apr 13th, 2010 10:46 am by madmike3434
Very very nice! I love the detail 1:20 has to offer here I thought 0n30 was the cats meow. What absolute handsome Models,
The one that trips my trigger is that super neat rail truck.
____________________ Chief Dog Scratcher & President Possum Ridge Railway.
Some people are like Slinkies... they're really good for nothing
...But they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs.
You can easily find any number of models i have built in freerails in various catagories. Look for the name ***madmike or madmike3434*** in
scratch building section
rail trucks section
kit building section
I have built a total of 512 structures in HO then O from #389. I am currently working on 3 modified versions of tom yorkes #106 the store and also his #139--140 feed store and annex also heavily modified.
here is a link to 35 structures i have built in O scale in this photobucket account
This RGS plow sat on the shelf for over three years, it is now near finished and will be sent over to the UK, I had to take pictures now because I wont have a camera after tomorrow morning. The boss needs it for her vacation.
Last edited on Mon May 3rd, 2010 09:39 pm by shayboiler
John-that is beautiful work. Having seen this model unpainted and without window frames or underbody plow blade, I can only imagine how much work this has been. Since you have this "thing" for plows, how about a model of the NCNG rotary plow which looked like a flat car with an outhouse on top and a large fan on one end. Of course, you may be tired of snow pushers at the moment.