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 Posted: Sun Jan 12th, 2014 01:45 am
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Locobreath
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Here are two HO scratch built Donkey Engines based on prototype pictures from Darius and Clark Kinsey's archives.

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I have more pics on my site.

Neil

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Very nice!



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 Posted: Sun Jan 12th, 2014 04:27 pm
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Man...those are some fine models! While I run a mining road, I still have the loggers on my mind. And since they are HO, it makes them even more exquisite. Great work Neil.

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Thanks fellas.

I appreciate the kind words. I really enjoyed building these. There were so many different mutations/designs, one could spend a modeling lifetime just building Donkey Engines. At some point I may make a few more. :glad:

Neil

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MEGA-MOOSES ***** !!!!! ( & Donkeys )

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Dave D would love them, but sadly we don't see much of him anymore.


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:moose::moose::moose::moose::moose:



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Thanks Milocomarty. The Donkeys look a lot harder to build then they really were. I think I said it somewhere else on this blog: "Nothing can compete with the look of stained wood."



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"Nothing can compete with the look of stained wood."

Couldn't agree more !!!!!

Mine's a MOOSE please !

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