0n30 Scratchbuilt Dunkirk

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Shamus

Moderator
The Dunkirk behind in the first photo and to the right on the second photo was a kit from BVM, the other is a total scratchbuild using the big brother as a guide.
Still have the steps to put in and add a figure yet plus a few chains here and there.
Shamus
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B_Kosanda

Member
So it's from about 1885 Shamus? What kind of mechanism is inside those locos? I'm not too familiar with O gauge stuff. Does it have a standard locomotive mechanism?

Bill
 

CBCNSfan

Registered Member
Staff member
My,My,My! ;) and here I thought these models were a figament of your imagination
, should have known better :) thanks for the link, it was quite interesting.
Excellent work, the models, scenery and photography.
Cheers Willis
 




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