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Peat wagons.

I've just uploaded a file containing one each of Sebastian Kiszka's peat wagon models, as seen at the HolLas Peat Mine, Krakulice, Poland. There are seven different ones, but pages containing multiples of each wagon can be obtained from the site Galeria Kolei W±skotorowych - see the section headed "Tabor kolejek torfowych"

Scale: 1/87th - gauge 6.5mm (HOf)

These accompany locos Ls600 & WLs40

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WLs-75

Uploaded: A repainted diesel loco WLs-75 to represent an example seen at the museum at Sochaczew, Poland.
HOe - 1/87th, 9mm gauge
With kind permission from Sebastian.

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I think I've exhausted the possibilities of repaints, now, so I'm unlikely to upload any more. All the rest of the files can be obtained directly from Sebastian's website (http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/r...modele_h0.html)
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Simply wonderful stuff. I'm working to scale to GN15.
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Simply wonderful stuff. I'm working to scale to GN15.
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Wow - that's a new one for me. Had to look it up... it's G-scale - app. 1/20th, running on HO gauge track (16.5mm) to represent a small (e.g. 15inch) gauge miniature railway, is that right?

Sounds excellent! Love to see it! I think the blue V10C would look great in that scale! Are you planning motorised chassis for the locos? There are quite a number to choose from out there. I'm toying with the idea of doing something similar in O-16.5, to represent a roughly 2 foot gauge railway, using these card bodies on scratch-built plastic-and-brass chassis with proprietary wheel sets. When I've got a bit of time, that is.
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Yes all of my paper locos are motorized. I use chassis from Bachmann or Grandtline with very high gear ratios for good slow running. Some of my locos are in the Gnatterbox Loco section. I usually aim for 1/24 scale but it does vary a bit.
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More.....

I know I said there'd be no more, but ---
I've uploaded the English language version of Sebastian's green 2WLs40-940 loco (HOe), because I've also uploaded a copy rescaled for O-16.5 (1/43rd) for those who need a bigger version.

A red version of the WLs75 has also been rescaled and uploaded.

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Other rescaled locos to come, if they are needed.
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