Knockomie - Rolling Stock

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  1. rickoshea52

    rickoshea52 SMF Poster

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    In this thread I will be posting pictures and progress of rolling stock that will run specifically on Knockomie.

    Here's some for starters;

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    Class 26 - modified with Highland Stag motif from Inverness TMD, re-numbered and weathered.

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    Class 47 - weathered and detailed.

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    SSA scrap carrying wagon - weathered. Loads of baled scrap metal have been scratch made for this wagon and another four in the matching rake from foil compressed into cubes and painted with Railmatch rust. Photo's to follow.

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    VAA van - weathered with additional explosive warning decals to represent an MOD stores wagon.

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    Class 37 in Railfreight Metals branding - weathered and detailed.

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    Class 56 in weathered Railfreight Grey trundles through the AMRC Club layout with a rake of weathered TEA 100 ton tanker wagons. Note the marker lights, the other end of the loco has red tail lights illuminated. This loco is DCC controlled.

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    very nice job on the weathering ,
     
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    Thanks Monica. All of my rolling stock is weathered, nothing runs without a layer of grime after it has been chipped and tested. Most wagons are loaded or can be loaded with removable loads. The wagon stock ranges from tankers, vans, loaded open wagons and hoppers, flat wagons with steel loads, steel coil and strip carrier wagons and nuclear flask wagons.

    There are of course coaches and multiple units with these going through a process of re-numbering, weathering, detailing and passengers being fitted.

    I also have a wide variety of road vehicles from the 1970-80's for use. These will or have been weathered and detailed with passengers etc.
     
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  4. Stevekir

    Stevekir Returning Beginner

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    The rust on the wagon is very convincing.
     
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    Lovely weathering locomotives :rolleyes:

    Magnificent work!
     
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    well nice.
     
  7. eddiesolo

    eddiesolo It's a modelling time!

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    Top rusting, very lifelike, I use railrust in my builds superb effect. Very nice indeed.

    Si:)
     

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