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 Posted: Fri Jan 20th, 2017 12:42 am
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Alan G
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Martin your modeling and weathering skills are incredible. I am sure your work gives other modelers inspiration. Thank you for sharing.

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 Posted: Fri Feb 3rd, 2017 12:42 am
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Thanks Alan !!

Working on a really tiny car in H0 scale for a Belgian friend of mine. After all the scale 1 and 0 stuff I almost forgot how tiny 1:87 could be..Mostly used Ammo by Mig Jiminez enamel product..









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 Posted: Fri Feb 3rd, 2017 04:41 pm
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It may be tiny, but you did a great job on that boxcar, too!



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Thanks Lee !
There are a couple of projects I currently work on. A BNSF GP9 according to a prototype as well as a dutch railcar called DE 1. All project are photographed in step by steps for future articles.





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Post edited due to COPYRIGHT photograph





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 Posted: Mon Feb 13th, 2017 08:33 pm
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Hi Martin.

Did you finish the weathering? It looks like both models can use a bit more on the underframes.
I see that the color of the SD-9 model is a bit different than on the prototype, both the black and the green.

B.t.w. the hole model is in details a bit different then the prototype photo you showed.

Alwin

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 Posted: Tue Feb 14th, 2017 12:29 am
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Nice work on the SD9! I've seen some of them recently working along the Seattle sub of the BNSF (even out on mainline runs), maybe I've seen the real 6127...



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I love the prototype, discusting dirty...
More teaser shots of the forthcoming article I'm writing, guess it wil be published in the dutch modelrailmagazine Railhobby.





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Really nicely done Martin.



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 Posted: Thu Feb 16th, 2017 09:24 pm
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Martin;This is more an operational question than a modelling one, but, does the actual operator have or use a carriage washer?

I know that here in Australia passenger stock is treated to a wash regularly to ensure that the customer's experience is the best it can be.

Just wondering...

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