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Here's the flat car with a load of pipes . . .



I've still got to paint the strapping and the wooden bearers.

Here it is undressed, showing the gubbins wot works the couplers . . .



It can sit with the others while I finish the combine.



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A neat way of hiding the works then ...
I reckon you can build those in your sleep now !!



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It feels like it!  :mutley



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In the absence of 7mm robots, I reckon that's about the most realistic way of operating couplings Max.

With the load on, nobody would know how they're working (unless you told 'em). :thumbs:thumbs:thumbs


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MaxSouthOz wrote: Here's the flat car with a load of pipes . . .



I've still got to paint the strapping and the wooden bearers.

Here it is undressed, showing the gubbins wot works the couplers . . .



It can sit with the others while I finish the combine.

 

Engineering perfection in miniature.

Nice one Max.

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Maxyou are surpassing your self,great stuff,when is the demo tape to be released?
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Christmas time, I'd say.  :lol:



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Can't wait Max.

Will there be any Shiela's in it !

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:mutley  dunno Mate.  It's a good thought, but.



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Here's a not very good shot of the obligatory passenger car . . .



The "Stay Alive" DCC Concepts decoders - don't.

The lights still flicker.  Still, what can you expect from an A$22.20 decoder?   But it doesn't do what it says on the tin.

Why am I surprised?

The red lights change from the front to the back using the Direction button.

Just the window glazing to go.



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Well, you could always rig the light power to a watch battery.

The coach looks pretty swell, it turned out rather nicely.



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Here's me can't put a Slaters waggon kit together and there's Max scratchbuilding O Gauge coaches to die for.

T'ain't fair !

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that is a little beauty,wow,
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The photo doesn't do it justice.   :lol:



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