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How To Build A Wooden Underframe - Gn15
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 Posted: Mon May 26th, 2014 04:20 pm
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Charley i was there with m family about May of 1964 or '65



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:glad::glad::glad::moose::moose::moose::moose::rah::rah::rah::rah::old dude:
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Somw pics of the last steps for the Gn15 summer coach so far







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Nice!. Jose.



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Wow, that is a real beauty!

Who makes those figures? They look great.



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Thank you guys for the nice comments.


Ray, the figures are mainly from Preiser 1:22,5
E.g. http://www.reynaulds.com/catalog/dept_1136.aspx
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The man with the cap is Dutch from SLM 1:24
http://www.slmonline.com/shoppingcart/store.cgi?action=24scalenew.htm&uid=1187

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I'm sure that Theodore approves--

I know that I do !!


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Top transport Juergen !

Classy bunch of customers...

...no boots on the seats & not packin' carbines !

Cheers.

Si.

Theodore is sure to get in a flap, over this one...

...nothing like a cool breeze on the ol' flippers, on a warm summers day !



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Yes theodor loves the summer coach train. As it also transports island guests to the beach, Theodor is always waiting for a chance to have a look into the picnic baskets.



For testing, I placed the coach on my Gn30 island station.




I realized that I won't have time working on two layouts, but don't want to miss this harbour and harbour station theme that was intended for the 32mm gauge line.
At least my last visit of Tom Yorke's website, his Grande Barbosa Island and his Hn18 approach -modelling a 18" line in 1:24 scale on 16,5mm gauge track, cheating the 2,5mm missing track gauge- made me thinking a long time. And so my plan is to build my station layout new, for a fictional 18" gauge line, reusing the buildings and structures.

Juergen

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