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  • JGDURAND
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    Thank Louis, it's grace at you

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  • desertdrover
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    That is one fantastic looking harness, along with your complete build. Great job!

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  • Tyson Rayles
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    Awesome!!!!!!!!!!

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  • BreizhSteamer
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    That's astonishing - so much detail, what a level of perfection. Place that in a diorama and one would be hard pressed to tell the difference between model and prototype.

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    Originally posted by bandman


    This is fantastic. However, as a novice, I'm lost when it comes to F scale. Can you give me a comparison ratio to help me understand, or visually compare, this scale to others? Thank you.

    Horton M.


    Horton, F scale represents reality at a factor of 1:20.32. The somewhat queer ratio origins in the desire to represent 3 ft. narrow gauge trains on 45mm tracks, such as LGB, Bachmann, etc. You can memorize: 15mm represent one foot.
    Regards,

    Frederic

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  • JGDURAND
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    Well :: There's more to it, thank

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  • Grubes
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    As an N-scaler always jealous of large scale. Beautiful modeling.

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  • George_D
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    Beautiful model. :up:

    George

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  • JGDURAND
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    Thank you

    I retain the idea

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  • Frank_Palmer
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    All I can say is "Giddy-Up".

    Another thing to use for the harness is strips of electrical tape, the glue removed with mineral spirits and painted brown.

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  • JGDURAND
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    Good morning all

    Thank you for your interest and following that I realize that I had not posted the photos of the finished model.

    I hope you will enjoy it as this is my first model in this genre.

    Bandman, my realization is at 1: 20.3 (F)






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  • acousticco
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    Somehow missed this thread but outstanding work! The log cabin on page three stood out to me, and the buckboard is truly amazing. Superb craftsmanship!

    -cody

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  • TRAINS1941
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    That's a fine looking carriage and horse!!

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  • bandman
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    This is fantastic. However, as a novice, I'm lost when it comes to F scale. Can you give me a comparison ratio to help me understand, or visually compare, this scale to others? Thank you.

    Horton M.

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  • JGDURAND
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    Preparation of horse harnessing with evergreen bands. Be forgiving, I am not a specialist in this matter







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  • JGDURAND
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    Thank at all

    Some advances with a more "artistic" presentation that allows you to see the details better














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