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  • #16
    Yeah - they look like the front/rear of the subway here in Brooklyn.....[-)

    (The green one)

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    • #17
      Thanks Bill :up: :up: :up:

      Hehehe, knew it was something from the big city !

      cheers, Leo.

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      • #18
        Neat project!

        BTW, I gotta ask, where'd you find that avatar? Looks like some nightmare version of Popeye!

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        • #19
          a search on Google images a couple of years ago Ray, I keep beeing told it's soooo me

          cheers, Leo

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          • #20
            quote:


            Originally posted by LeoSt


            It is Andy, and thanks !

            BTW: it was you who made the remark "would make nice coaches" a while ago. Could be a year come to think about it


            cheers, Leo



            it was me i think when you did your little gas mech bash with a railbus

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            • #21
              Indeed Andy, the wee bug

              Did some thinking and doodling today, with the stuff I have on hand I can make two GP40 P-type powercars and 4 C-type coaches, when the motorcars arrive (thanks Bill !) they will be used to make 2 E-type (for Engineer driving stand) coaches. Also on the standard freight underframe and unpowered. With that lot numerous train combinations can be made, even just 1 or 2 E-types with, say, a Whitcombe loco to mimic the development phase of the units ...



              cheers, Leo

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              • #22
                Made the first cuts for an 8-window C-type coach today, old school style as in no laser (yet...) but razor saw:







                Everything just hangs together with tape but I do like the overall look, the new body sits on a standard freight underframe, trucks are the long archbar type; the F&B RR doesn't hold back where passenger comfort is concerned


                cheers, Leo

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                • #23
                  Nice work Leo. So glad to have you back and all that wonderful cooking.


                  Dave Mason
                  On30Kits.com

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                  • #24
                    Thanks Dave !

                    Hope to be able to stand in the kitchen for a decent while again soon [:-chef]


                    cheers, Leo

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