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pastor_t
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Posted - 08/22/2005 :  05:42:17 AM  Show Profile
Hi Guys,
Talking over in the Crew Lounge the other day I said I was considering breaking out one of my loco kits, and maybe starting a construction thread. Checking my "started but not yet finished" pile I found the beginnings of a Judith Edge Models kit of a British Railways Class 06 diesel shunter. I have decided that I shall try to comlete this it.

First, for those who don't know what a BR class 06 looked like (they're all withdrawn now) here's a couple of links to pictures.

http://www.53a-pix.co.uk/picture/06005b-DE-140482.jpg

http://www.53a-pix.co.uk/picture/06005a-DE-140482.jpg

As you can see, these were already out of use.

Here's a link to Judith Edge models. They produce kits for a number of the small diesels that were used here in the UK.

http://www.ukmodelshops.co.uk/catalogues/judithedge.html

And here's some shots of where I had reached before life took over and I ground to a halt.










The kit is in 4mm/ft scale and I'm building it to P4 standards. There's a brief explanation of P4 over in the Candy Mill thread in the Micro and Mini Layouts forum.

I'll keep you all posted when/if there's any progress

Edited by - pastor_t on 08/22/2005 05:52:34 AM

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George D
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Posted - 08/22/2005 :  08:43:12 AM  Show Profile
Tony,
This looks like an interesting project. I've always been interested in your brass loco models over in the UK, and now I'll get a chance to watch one being built.
George



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George D
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Posted - 08/22/2005 :  08:43:12 AM  Show Profile
Tony,
This looks like an interesting project. I've always been interested in your brass loco models over in the UK, and now I'll get a chance to watch one being built.
George



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MikeC
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Posted - 08/22/2005 :  10:56:40 AM  Show Profile
Tony, this will be interesting to follow. (And I know what you mean when you say "when/if there's any progress." Some of my projects fall under that caveat also. )




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MikeC
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Posted - 08/22/2005 :  10:56:40 AM  Show Profile
Tony, this will be interesting to follow. (And I know what you mean when you say "when/if there's any progress." Some of my projects fall under that caveat also. )




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pastor_t
Crew Chief



Posted - 08/22/2005 :  3:37:21 PM  Show Profile
Progress!!

Today I got the treads on the front steps in, then built the rear steps and attached them to the footplate. I've also fixed all the nuts to the cab/engine housing baseplate, which means that the model can now be carried in one piece. Photo's to follow

What a great day off!! Also did some gardening. Keeps my happy Good for relations with the neighbours too.

Tony



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pastor_t
Crew Chief



Posted - 08/22/2005 :  3:37:21 PM  Show Profile
Progress!!

Today I got the treads on the front steps in, then built the rear steps and attached them to the footplate. I've also fixed all the nuts to the cab/engine housing baseplate, which means that the model can now be carried in one piece. Photo's to follow

What a great day off!! Also did some gardening. Keeps my happy Good for relations with the neighbours too.

Tony



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pastor_t
Crew Chief



Posted - 08/24/2005 :  04:39:08 AM  Show Profile
More progress

Managed to get in 90 minutes or so of modelling last night . I have now added the cab to my model. Next things are the window trims and the rivet detail strips on the cab.

And here are some photos!










This counts as amazing progress by my standards



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pastor_t
Crew Chief



Posted - 08/24/2005 :  04:39:08 AM  Show Profile
More progress

Managed to get in 90 minutes or so of modelling last night . I have now added the cab to my model. Next things are the window trims and the rivet detail strips on the cab.

And here are some photos!










This counts as amazing progress by my standards



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Dutchman
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Posted - 08/24/2005 :  06:25:02 AM  Show Profile
Tony,
Congratulations on the forward progress, and thanks for the progress photos.


Bruce

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Dutchman
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Posted - 08/24/2005 :  06:25:02 AM  Show Profile
Tony,
Congratulations on the forward progress, and thanks for the progress photos.


Bruce

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Dave D
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Posted - 08/24/2005 :  07:14:53 AM  Show Profile  Click to see Dave D's MSN Messenger address
Any little bit is better than no bit...nice work!


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Dave D
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Posted - 08/24/2005 :  07:14:53 AM  Show Profile  Click to see Dave D's MSN Messenger address
Any little bit is better than no bit...nice work!


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Bbags
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Posted - 08/24/2005 :  08:50:40 AM  Show Profile
Looks very nice to this point.
I am also glad to see that you are making progress and also posting pictures.
This type of thread is my favorite on Railroad-Line even if I never construct a brass locomotive I am watching your progress with interest.



John Bagley
Modeling the Alaska Railroad in HO in Wildwood Georgia.

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Bbags
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Posted - 08/24/2005 :  08:50:40 AM  Show Profile
Looks very nice to this point.
I am also glad to see that you are making progress and also posting pictures.
This type of thread is my favorite on Railroad-Line even if I never construct a brass locomotive I am watching your progress with interest.



John Bagley
Modeling the Alaska Railroad in HO in Wildwood Georgia.

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George D
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Posted - 08/24/2005 :  09:03:56 AM  Show Profile
Tony,

Nice progress. Are the walls of the cab four separate pieces or are some adjoining walls bent at 90? I guess my real question is, if you bend the brass, how do you do it?

George






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