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 Posted: Fri Jul 12th, 2013 11:41 am
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Hi,
Another project finished in 2012: the Alsthom Electric Locomotive Class 2600 CP (H0) from the Portuguese Railways.A ROCO model was used (BB 22000 from SNFC) with the resin kit produced by MicroModel for the portuguese version of this french locomotive.

Extra PE set with details where applied to this model, available at SMD-Produtions:http://www.smd-productions.fr/smd041.html 






























































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Hi,

Now, some photos of the most interesting part of the this project:





http://img594.imageshack.us/img594/964/locomotiva2600cp16800.jpg


http://img822.imageshack.us/img822/1382/9gdb.jpg




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http://img802.imageshack.us/img802/6406/locomotiva2600cp13800.jpg




Hope you like it!


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Excellent modelling Ayala. :thumbs

That intricate ("interesting" you call it !!) wiring would certainly defeat me but, if you want a tree felling or  some concrete mixing, I'm your man !!! :mutley:mutley:mutley



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Petermac wrote: , if you want a tree felling  I'm your man !!! :mutley:mutley:mutley


Peter, I can provide bed & food if you can remove a tree at my place please?

 

 

Ayala, I take it that the first loco being Roco , has a better motor than the second Lima conversion?



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Sol wrote: Petermac wrote: Ayala, I take it that the first loco being Roco , has a better motor than the second Lima conversion?
Hi Ron,

Indeed.The last set of 4 photos shows the Micromodel resin kit applied to 20 years old Lima locomotive, that was converted to operate on my Märklin (AC) layout. You can see the pick shoe under the bogie for this propose

The first batch of photos shows the same Micromodel resin kit, but this time applied to a ROCO DCC locomotive from SNCF (French Railways) and it was built for a friend. No need to convert to AC.



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Sol wrote: Petermac wrote: , if you want a tree felling  I'm your man !!! :mutley:mutley:mutley


Peter, I can provide bed & food if you can remove a tree at my place please?

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Are you more than 15 kms from me Sol ?  If so,  I charge travelling expenses on top ........................

On the other hand, the loan of your "internal computer screen cleaner" might go some way towards it ........:cheers:cheers



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