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 Posted: Mon Sep 18th, 2017 12:50 am
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http://www.wdlr.org.uk/wdlr/drawings.htm
Printable plans.
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Hi Jose :wave:


Great drawings ! :)


Interesting truck mounting, on some of those cars.


I guess for VERY tight radius turns maybe.


The truck frames hanging out over the ends of the car bodies/underframes.


Brake-wheels mounted on the ends of the truck frames.


Truck mounted couplers as well.


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Si.


Might have to try a version of that on an M.M.M. car build.



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A model of the workshop train including the interior would be cool! :cool:

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Great photos of what's inside in

WLDR Album, Compiled by Roy C Link, RCL Publications.

Along with 200+other large format photos. Plans and blueprints also.

Another essential volume for WW1 "fans" .

Herb

PS-- as I recall, this one was rather 'spensive



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Good find !. Thanks Jose.     Regards,    Michael

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Gramodels in England make up a set of the work train cars, can be purchased as a six pack in O scale (1/43) or
OO scale.



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I'm not realy interested in buying the workshop train. I thought it could be a great model. Sadly on the website of Gramodels there are no photo's of it. The brochure mentioned them but that's it.

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