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 Posted: Mon Nov 14th, 2016 01:06 pm
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 Posted: Mon Nov 14th, 2016 01:07 pm
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... the roof . . . cause it´s raining often in northern Germany..

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 Posted: Mon Nov 14th, 2016 01:15 pm
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... and now with bigger cylinders ...

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 Posted: Mon Nov 14th, 2016 01:18 pm
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the buffers you can buy at http://www.modell-werkstatt.de - mr Heyn has really good stuff. :)

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I`m a little in trouble with the cylinders - too big ???

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so I show you the last laconic. I will show you the next when I worked on it. ...

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:) - by the way - I found on the paint table of my daughter some pens and paper - and so the first pic of the idea of my railroad arised - Reepsiel - a little fishing port ... :)

I will open a thread when there is more, than the idea ... :)

That´s it!

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That's damn good for parts built out of a 'restbox' (scrap box). How many other folks have correctly modelled the diagonal stripe lines behind the sight gauge glass ? - I never have !.

....and a track plan with wagon turntables (between the Offices & Chicken Food place); I love wagon turntables but could never figure out how to power a working 43.5:1 horse.

Well done !.    Regards,     Michael

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Salada wrote:
I love wagon turntables but could never figure out how to power a working 43.5:1 horse.

Well done !.    Regards,     Michael


43.5:1 feedbag. That's a 250 foot tall horse. ;)

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Hi Thorsten :wave:

BLOODY AWESOME MATE !!

That some great step-by-step !
That some great lil' locy as well !!

You are getting quite a fleet of rolling-stocks.

The trackplan looks pretty darn N I C E also.
Is the top-boat 48' long ? (24" ?)
Just curious...
...what is the overall space ?x? you're planning for ?

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

Si.

I hate R.R.-prodigies BTW...
...they make my glacial-rate look lazy ! ;)

TOP TRAIN TODDY !

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