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    @fant_autentico: is this a repaint you made? The color are good, typical Rheingold of the 60'



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    Nice screenshots Wpsoft. Yes, it's the Rheingold.
    I have repainted and adapted various German locomotives and coachs to 2019.

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    The flatcar shown here is <kuid2:72730:16415:10> SSml Koeln by gird (on the DLS), does anyone know of the same Deutsche Reichsbahn flatcar without the crew box?
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    @fant_autentico: Good work Javier. The Wrüm is very nice. The BR 61 is impressive, but I am not sure it has ever had the black livery.

    @normhard: not that I know, but I would be interested too.



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    Quote Originally Posted by wpsoft View Post
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    @normhard: not that I know, but I would be interested too.
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    Well a fairly thorough search of google did not come up with a single picture of this without the crew box and the side stakes, except one that showed a low bulkhead in its place. I guess I'll have to be thankful for what I've got.

    BTW wpsoft what route is that with the catenary?

    PS I had to laugh, I just noticed that the DR BR 99 in the first shot is narrow gauge. oops

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpsoft View Post
    @fant_autentico: Good work Javier. The Wrüm is very nice. The BR 61 is impressive, but I am not sure it has ever had the black livery.

    @normhard: not that I know, but I would be interested too.
    You are right with BR 61, so I could investigate, only 61002 was painted black and red (and it was a different locomotive than 61001); but I could not resist painting it ...

    Wpsoft and Normhart, about the platforms, I'm going to publish one of the DB today, short but I could do a DR version....

    I have a question, the BR 94, where is it from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fant_autentico View Post
    You are right with BR 61, so I could investigate, only 61002 was painted black and red (and it was a different locomotive than 61001); but I could not resist painting it ...

    Wpsoft and Normhart, about the platforms, I'm going to publish one of the DB today, short but I could do a DR version....

    I have a question, the BR 94, where is it from?

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    Steam Locomotive Works http://steamlocomotiveworks.eu/

    Most of these DR locomotives come from that site,

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