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10.07.2014
The cookie settings on this website are set to 'allow all cookies' to give you the very best experience.If you continue without changing these settings, you consent to this - but if you want, you can turn cookies off on this website by clicking here. Key Imports (Korea) Brass N Gauge Pennsylvania Railroad Class M1A 4-8-2 with 12-wheel Cabin Tender, painted black and No.6755, Near Mint, box Excellent. Key Imports (Korea) Brass N Gauge Locomotive New York Central 4-6-4 Streamlined Locomotive circa 1940's, painted in grey and No.5453, Near Mint, box Excellent. Pecos River Brass (Korea) Brass N Gauge Locomotive Santa Fe N 4-6-2 3400 Class, painted in black and No.3400, Near Mint, box Good Plus to Excellent. Hallmark Models Inc (Korea) Brass N Gauge Locomotive Santa Fe 4-8-0, painted in black and No.3770, Near Mint, box Excellent. Atlas Model Railroad Inc (Korea) Brass N Gauge Locomotive USRA 2-8-8-2 Santa Fe, painted black and un-numbered, Near Mint, box Excellent. Hallmark Models Inc (Korea) Brass N Gauge Locomotive AT&SF 2-10-4, painted black and No.5001, with 12-wheel Bogie Tender, Near Mint, box Excellent.
Key Imports (Korea) Brass N Gauge Locomotive Chesapeake & Ohio 2-6-6-2, painted black and No.1539, Near Mint, box Excellent. Daiyoung Models Company (Korea) Brass N Gauge Locomotive Pennsylvania Pennsy Class T1 4-4-4-4 Buick Front Locomotive and 16-wheel Bogie Tender, Fair to Good, brass tarnished.
KMT (Japan) Brass N Gauge Coaches 2 x 5-coach sets of unspecified coaches including a Streamlined Rear Observation Coach, 2 x Passenger Coaches with closely spaced windows, 1 x Coach with wider spaced windows and a Full Baggage Car, both Good Plus to Excellent.
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C57 11 per express first established in KyushuIt is decorated with specially designed as a dedicated machine.Especially in gate def snubbed the waves and seagullsIt was conspicuous. P&P C-D-D-C Articulated Diesel Outline Locomotive, Fair to Good, brass tarnished, box Excellent. Having painted + weathered a fair amount of rolling stock lately, I thought it was about time I made a start on giving some of my locomotive collection similar treatment. The original layout of the yard - in the photo above - made absolutely no sense either prototypically or operationally; goods trains had to run directly into the yard rather than reversing into it (so the engine ended up trapped at the end of the siding), the industry spur was, due to the location of its point) unusable by anything more than a small loco and single wagon (and even then only when the goods shed line was empty) and there was nowhere to store a shunter without preventing other trains from using the siding.


In the event of a faulty item it should be returned to us in the first instant, please make contact with us before sending anything back and obtain our agreement. Contact the seller- opens in a new window or tab and request a shipping method to your location. You might also spot that I've started weathering the track, using a mixture of dark weathering powders applied with a stiff brush. To be honest I didn't really know what I was doing when I designed the original setup - I had little knowledge of either prototype practice or what would be most practical for operating the layout, and was trying (unsuccessfully!) to scale down a larger, more complex track plan to fit the space I had available. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
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So for my next project I picked one of my two Farish (Poole-era with metal chassis) 94xx pannier tanks. The Parkwood body is designed for the Minitrix DB V60 chassis but after carving out some of the resin inside the 14 body, I managed to fit it on an old Farish GP tank chassis, a much more affordable option (especially since I already had one!). You can track your package with the tracking code provided and it will be delivered within a week.
It will go in the corner next to the branch line curve, and will have a small garden fenced off from the track.
I eventually thought of a plan which would do what I wanted whilst needing minimal relaying of the main line track. The yard (along with the rest of the layout) needs the addition of fences, storage sheds, and other smaller details and general clutter, which will be added some time in the future!
The empty space visible behind the shed will likely be occupied by a cattle dock (Ratio kit) in future.The pagodas are now in place on the station platforms, but the station is still distinctly unfinished-looking! Some of the houses for the town backscene are also complete, but weren't glued in place when these photos were taken, though some of the road surfaces have been painted.
The most noticeable addition is the cab steps which oddly are missing from the original casting. The base colours are Revell satin and matt black acrylic (matt on the smokebox and chimney).
The Dapol 14xx was a Christmas present and is a rather better runner than the assortment of second-hand Minitrix and Farish locos which make up the rest of my collection.
The line to the goods shed and engine shed runs off from this line, there's enough room on the head shunt for 3-4 short wheelbase wagons, or a couple of larger ones, to be shunted at a time. It will eventually be repainted in BR black (with early logo) and lightly weathered - no extra detailing should be needed though!


Both the goods shed and head shunt lines have secondary sidings which can be used to store the yard shunter, brake vans detached from trains, or odd wagons (the head shunt's siding also doubles as the spur for the as yet undecided industrial building - possibly a carriage gas works as found at Exeter St. The fictional Holcombe is supposed to be a lot further inland  (not too far from the edge of Dartmoor, hence the granite quarry) than the real one, but I thought it was a good name all the same! The lighting in these photos is not very flattering as it highlights all the flaws and doesn't show up the weathering well, but it looks better in person. I can now run goods trains into the yard and detach the engine, and use a shunter to move stock into the goods shed or storage sidings. Weathering was mainly done with powders, along with a dark silver pencil for paint chips on the steps + footplate and a black oil wash on the buffer beams.
There will be more buildings in future including a shallow-relief warehouse adjacent to the station yard.
This was detailed using exactly the same techniques and materials as I used on the Pannier, and similarly has a cast zinc alloy body which is a real pain to work with compared to plastic or white metal! Again, I have two of these locos, and the second will eventually end up in late GWR livery to haul my old Farish GWR coaches.Painted and lined, ready for decals and weathering.
The green paint isn't quite the right shade, I started painting it using Railmatch acrylics but found they covered poorly and left noticeable brush marks, so I stripped the paint off and used the closest Humbrol match I could find instead (would have used Revell, but none of their greens are anywhere near the right shade). I've also started adding the structural detail and brickwork to the retaining walls and the bridge which runs along the backscene behind the train shed. Again, the closeups mercilessly show up any flaws in the paintwork, notably the poor finish of the green paint due to having to scrape + sand off the original Railmatch finish, but it looks better in real life and certainly a lot better than the unmodified RTR bodyshell!
The whole assembly is not fixed in place at the moment, but eventually the walls, bridge and girders will be glued to the baseboard and the roof removable and held in place with magnets. I also now realise that the early BR logo is wrong for the green paint scheme, I may fix this in future. I may as well have painted it the correct black in the first place and avoided the problems with the Railmatch green paint!
I'll post some more (and hopefully better) photos of these locos in future, along with some other repainted rolling stock.



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