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 Posted: Fri Apr 5th, 2019 07:24 am
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Hi All,

I thought I would start a thread detailing the happenings of my weathering. I have recently started a business known as 'CC Weathering Services,' the website can be checked out by clicking on the tab in my signature bar.
The latest project was a HO NSWGR C36 class. A bit challenging to find a reference photograph as they all had a Belpaire firebox and were painted black by the time colour photos of them were around.


Before: Front on.


Before: Side On


After: Front On


After: Side On


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I also did my first Respray recently- a GWR 4575 class as we had two of the same model and as we don't have too many GWR Wartime black locos I thought I would paint it into that colour. As can be expected from a first attempt there are a few rough edges but from a normal layout viewing distance they aren't too noticeable.


Before: 5513, the extra was repainted to:


After: 5533, I'm not sure if this loco ever appeared in black but on my layout it will.

Hope you enjoy and there should be more stuff put up in the future.

Regards Connor



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Nice work!



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Well done Connor - looks great although not as "weathered" as we're used to in UK - but then you have better weather down there !! :lol:

Good luck with the new venture. :thumbs



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Petermac wrote: Well done Connor - looks great although not as "weathered" as we're used to in UK - but then you have better weather down there !! :lol:

Good luck with the new venture. :thumbs

Cheers Petermac, yes not as weathered but I didn't want to go to hard as it is in the condition as it would have been build (around the late 1920s) when they still kept locos relatively clean. Don't worry our Aussie locos got just as filthy as in the UK in the 60s. Just check out this AD60 class Beyer-Garrett:



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Ah ha - normal LNER colourings I see !!!  :lol: :lol: :lol:

Apart from the filth, that's a great photo of the beast Connor.



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