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V10C rescaled

Two more re-scalings for O-16.5 (1/43rd) just uploaded - the V10C representing an example from the Wigierska Kolej Wąskotorowa, Poland, and another from the Schönheide Railway Museum, Germany

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Hello,

Firstly I wanted to say few words about my models. The "old" ones that are available on my website in PNG format were made in MS Paint in 300dpi, because I wanted to make them very detailed as I can make them. The "new" ones in PDF format were made in Corel Draw 9 and simple rescaling them is not a problem for me. So if anybody needs some of my models in different scale just send me a message. But for me bigger model needs more details, so it would be more work and for me paper modeling recently is on a "siding" and on the "main tracks" is my station in TT, so it can take me a long time to make them.
But now after over 2-years break I've made some completly new models of two-axle freight cars from the Upper-Silesian Narrow-Gauge Railways in H0e scale.
I've also uploaded modernised locomotives WLs50 made in Corel and few repaints made but @cut 'n' paste.
They're all available to download from my website.
Here are 2 photos of the white prototypes (without some details):
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......But now after over 2-years break I've made some completly new models of two-axle freight cars from the Upper-Silesian Narrow-Gauge Railways in H0e scale.
I've also uploaded modernised locomotives WLs50 made in Corel and few repaints made but @cut 'n' paste.
They're all available to download from my website.
Here are 2 photos of the white prototypes (without some details):
Brilliant, Sebastian! Looking forward to getting those!
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I've uploaded to the Download section all 6 versions of 2-axle freight cars from Upper-Silesian Narrow-Gauge Railways with english instructions. In each file there are 2 models with different numbers. I hope I've done it right
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That's brilliant, Sebastian! Thanks! Are those wheels paper ones, or metal wheel sets?
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Those are good photographs of the models. At first it looked like you were showing actual railcars to give an idea of what the models are being developed from, but closer examination reveals those are photographs of the models. Very creative.
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Those are good photographs of the models. At first it looked like you were showing actual railcars to give an idea of what the models are being developed from, but closer examination reveals those are photographs of the models. Very creative.
Yeah - that's why I thought those must be proprietary metal wheel sets, but on closer inspection, I think they're the paper ones.
I'm not absolutely certain, but from measuring the parts on the PDF, I think these are intended for 12mm track (TT) but could be adjusted for 9mm (OO9 or HOe). Is that right, Sebastian? In any case, I bet with a little work it would be possible to fit metal/plastic wheel sets and actually run these on a layout.
There's a hell of a lot of detail in these models! Brilliant job!
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Loco LDx2

From looking at the Upper Silesian Railways website - Upper Silesian Narrow Gauge Railways - it appears that they run an LXD2 loco, which would be easy to make as a paper model in this scale. I've got hold of some drawings, so I'll have a go at that as soon as I can.



UPDATE: I've found a model of this loco, at a scale of 1/64th, quite a simple model, but could be a start.... See Pobieralnia – free download – darmowe modele - near the bottom. (There are quite a few other trains to get there too!)
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