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Well....

August 11 2017 at 4:12 PM
Rob Pye  (Login docpye2)
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Response to Re: Well, if you can afford space for extremely long trains then go ahead!

Well....guys, I am not thinking of building a real long train; just 7-10 wagons being pulled by one of Trumpeter's locos. I am thinking basic, along the lines of having some standard German freight wagons (one box car type and another flat car type) as well as perhaps some passenger bits.

As for 'looking right', I was actually meaning the wagons themselves. So no, I am not even remotely considering doing a full length train in 1/72! I have my British N-Gauge collection for that! wink.gif

And many thanks to Pascal for the links...I don't know if you edited these and I missed them or just didn't spot them first time around...regardless, they are indeed helpful!!!!!!!!! So would I be right in saying the following German rolling stock would be suitable for a WW2 train from thehttp://www.modellbahnfrokler.de/archiv/100/, namely for a standard Box car type Freight car wagon

Plates 1a-2a

http://www.modellbahnfrokler.de/archiv/100/01-g/html/100-001-g02.html

http://www.modellbahnfrokler.de/archiv/100/01-g/html/100-001a-g02-karlsruhe.html

http://www.modellbahnfrokler.de/archiv/100/01-g/html/100-002-g10.html

http://www.modellbahnfrokler.de/archiv/100/01-g/html/100-002a-g10-karlsruhe.html

...and for a standard open top Freight wagon, plates 76-78

http://www.modellbahnfrokler.de/archiv/100/04-o/html/100-076-om21.html

http://www.modellbahnfrokler.de/archiv/100/04-o/html/100-077-omm32.html

http://www.modellbahnfrokler.de/archiv/100/04-o/html/100-078-omm32-fischbauch.html

???????????????????????????? So what say you German train experts??????????????????????????

I am sure I can build these kits, using OO gauge wheels, buffers, and coupler's all based on a standardize chassis....

Any suggestions would be most welcomed




 
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  1. Any any ideas / sources for decals - Rob Pye on Aug 11, 2017, 4:19 PM
    1. Re: Any any ideas / sources for decals - Stefan Zadziuk on Aug 11, 2017, 5:10 PM
      1. Thanks Stefan!!!!!!!!!! - Rob Pye on Aug 11, 2017, 5:16 PM
        1. Caution.... - Stefan Zadziuk on Aug 12, 2017, 9:57 AM
    2. Hard way - Pascal Leroux on Aug 11, 2017, 5:28 PM
    3. Decals - Ilian Filipov on Aug 11, 2017, 6:24 PM
      1. So where can one get these decals???????? - Rob Pye on Aug 12, 2017, 4:26 AM
        1. Re: So where can one get these decals???????? - Ilian Filipov on Aug 13, 2017, 5:09 AM
          1. Please do send them, as I can locate an ALPS printer for white - Rob Pye on Aug 13, 2017, 5:44 AM
          2. Re: So where can one get these decals???????? - Stefan Zadziuk on Aug 13, 2017, 6:47 PM
     


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