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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan_McC View Post
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    Keep in mind that the guy creating the V set got a bit frustrated at people just expecting to own a set by threatening to never release it.
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    Can't believe I said that ....must have been having a shocker that day




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    how is the 44,45,vset and 38 coming along davido

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    Davido,

    Your screenshots make me want to cry tears of joy... to an extent.

    Great work!
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    Default Some shots from the ZR workshops...

    Tonight saw a rather interesting congregation of ZR locos at the workshops (currently also being used for general loco housing until more facilities are made available...).


    First off we see T368 and A2 964 sitting at the water towers. The T was filling up a pair of WT (water tank) wagons prior to running a good service, whilst the A2 was waiting to head out on a passenger service.


    Another view of the loco area, showing K103, S301, a V class and T368.


    And of course a show of K103, S301 and the V class at the coal stage. Almost immediately after this photo the T class was used to pull the K and S forward into the headshunt so they could go back into the shed. As the ash pit is near the coal stage, the steamers often need to be pulled forward by a diesel prior to being shunted back into the sheds.

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    You know, Ryan, you don't have to release it if you don't want to. But even if you did..... no-one at Queensland Rail need know a thing!
    Got gimmie pigs? No sweat...

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    A few items have been uploaded, awaiting prossing.



    and these, the church has bells and stainglass night mode.



    have been a bit slack in the last few weeks.

    Cheers,

    Bill.
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    yes, I like those very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by ad602000 View Post
    One for NSW and Vic.



    cheers
    pete
    Screenshot looks promising, but the NSW version needs covered end doors, and two variants were used in NSW - PCH and PCR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natvander View Post
    Screenshot looks promising, but the NSW version needs covered end doors, and two variants were used in NSW - PCH and PCR.
    Thanks Nat
    That's my fault I guess.
    I could not find any pictures of them working in NSW at least on their own. I completely missed the front door was covered.
    Could you please direct us to some?
    Cheers
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    Great work Bill, these items will be very handy.

    Many thanks for your time and effort in creating these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by comtrain View Post
    Thanks Nat
    That's my fault I guess.
    I could not find any pictures of them working in NSW at least on their own. I completely missed the front door was covered.
    Could you please direct us to some?
    Cheers
    Rod
    Pictures are far and few between on line. Even in books they are quite rare, tho you do see them combined with the Budds (1100s) and after they were de-motorised (loco hauled).

    I'm sure you'll agree tho that plans are just as good...





    The 1200 would have to be my favourite railmotor...so it needs to look good

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    thanks for them Bill

    i'll use most of your stuff when i get my trainz computer to work properly again

    cheers
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    I could not find any pictures of them working in NSW at least on their own
    i found a picture of one yesterday on the net, but do you think i can find it today, anyway it showed one in Canberra yard of all places and it had the covers on it, which basically comprised of three pieces of rubber tubing. Was this proto or is this an improvisation?

    cheers
    pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willem2 View Post
    A few items
    .................................snippety snip!.........................
    have been a bit slack in the last few weeks.

    Cheers,

    Bill.
    Hi Bill,

    If this is what you call being a bit slack, DM Drake & the likes (Yes even Ben D) will have to watch out when your not!.

    Excellent work Bill. They all look really great.

    I have a question: Is it possible to make a copy of that amazing bell, but about half to 2/3rds scale?.
    I have a 'need' for just such a lovely asset.

    Thanks for all the wonderful work you do bill.
    cheers,

    Noel.B

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    Quote Originally Posted by ad602000 View Post
    i found a picture of one yesterday on the net, but do you think i can find it today, anyway it showed one in Canberra yard of all places and it had the covers on it, which basically comprised of three pieces of rubber tubing. Was this proto or is this an improvisation?

    cheers
    pete
    That's an improvisation (I've seen a pic of the demotorised 1200 with tubes). The ends were of similar standard to the Budds, 900s etc etc.

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