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'Toeffelholm' - In 7/8th Scale
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 Posted: Wed Dec 13th, 2017 08:57 pm
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Some update on the dormer and the coffee stall.











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modelling in 1:22.5 on 32mm and 16.5mm track
Actual project: 7/8" scale on 45 mm track
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Toeffelholm wrote: Oh yes, Theodor. I haven't seen him for some time, but I think we need to have a closer look to the cake table at Rosalie's coffee stall.




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That brings this to mind,
Human-Size Penguin Fossils Discovered Scientists believe the 55-million-year old bird would have been the size of a man.
https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/12/human-size-penguin-fossil-discovered-new-zealand-spd/
By National Geographic Staff PUBLISHED December 13, 2017 The fossilized remains of a giant penguin have been found at Hampden Beach in southern New Zealand. The fossils, researchers believe, came from a 220-pound ancient penguin species that was about five feet, ten inches tall, the height of an average man. The newly discovered species is called Kumimanu biceae and is derived from the local words for “monster” and “bird.”



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A fiddle yard behind a warehouse front.

Will be served by a separate short warehouse Loco with a servo driven automatic coupling for better shunting comfort. 
Controlled with DelTang of course.


Video of shunting test in the warehouse fiddle yard


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The test setup for the warehouse loco. 

The single cell LiPo gives sufficient speed and smooth running, together with a coreless gear motor. 

Servo works with voltages of 3-6V 

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Hi Juergen  :wave:


I saw this 1:12  cast-iron bench  on eBay.





Thought you might like it & it could be good for station platforms etc. etc.  L:

Have you seen these before ?  ???



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Hi Si,

yes I know this bench from my favorite Dollhouse supply and I think I have it still somewhere in one of my boxes, but the design is not really satisfying for me.

But I have very nice brass bench parts from Si Harris at Modelearth, which are still waiting to be built. Intended for for a rail bus project. 


I have spent much time in planing and thinking about train operation, which wagons to use, transported goods and so on. 

I think I'm going to start a new thread the next weeks about my 7/8th Toeffelholm layout modeling. 


"Seven Trains to Lungwai"

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