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Old 02-23-2010, 12:58 PM
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Mozzer's On30 locos & rolling stock

Well heres some pics of my On30 Locos to start with there RTR, Kit Built & scratch built

a Bachmann Rail Truck i am going to build a new back for this


a Backwoods Aerocar



a A1 models brass body kit on a underground Ernie chassie


a Bachmann Shay


a Branchline Model T Ford railcar


a 2-8-2 tank loco running on a Bachmann UK Austerty chassie I used the boiler from the loco but scratch built a body for this loco

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Old 03-26-2010, 01:56 PM
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Combine + Q1 = Boxcab On30

Today i have been working on a new loco my On30 layouts

as i have a Hornby Q1 0-6-0 chassie sat around with no body i made a start on a new body using a Bachmann On30 combine as a start

I now have a Question ?????
What colour do i paint it wood Or blue so it stands out from the coaches As it will be pulling the 3 teak repainted coachs i have
the New loco is a boxcab type But is drived from one end so would need turning at the end of the line
Heres a pic
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Old 03-27-2010, 12:56 PM
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I still have to paint & weather the exhaust but heres some pics of how it stands now i also have to build some railings for the back end






let me know what you think
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Old 03-27-2010, 06:26 PM
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I think you have a complete and total understanding of 0n30.I hope you keep showing us more of your work.
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Love it.

What do you call it?

Puts an idea in the back of my mind to do something similar.
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Old 03-28-2010, 08:49 AM
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What do you call it?

i look at it & think one ended boxcab
but looing at it i can use it as a railtruck as well I may build a non powered all passinger car to run with this from a Bachmann Opservation car
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Good job, I like it. The color even goes well on it!!

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Old 04-07-2010, 01:13 PM
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Flying Bedstead

At the York show i picked up a Festiniog Rly Flying Bedstead from Port Wynnstay Models there were only 5 parts plus wheels to the kit





My No5 will be pulling this coach
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stable

Brian,
You must have the most unusual stable of engines around.

Now you have topped it with the rolling bedstead.

WILD!!!!
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Old 04-07-2010, 02:58 PM
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Brian,
You must have the most unusual stable of engines around.

Now you have topped it with the rolling bedstead.

WILD!!!!
It must be my way of letting of steam
As my job is building UK rolling stock kits were ever thing must be Right

i have some more locos to build once i find the right chassie & body to play around with
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