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Old 01-09-2017, 11:07 AM
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Thanks!
I like photography and few months ago I've bought a macro lens for photographing layouts and models on TT-modul meetings. I've also printed a background and make a little diorama for paper narrow-gauge models. I'm planning to make new bigger one.
Wheelsets are made from paper and painted with Tamiya paints (X-18 Semi-Gloss Black and XF-16 Flat Aluminum).
Axles are made for 9mm gauge. You need to make a 2,2mm hole in part 13a and put the axle (part 14) into the wheels and glue to the backside of part 13c. Metal axle (part I) passes through part 13c into part 12.

@cut 'n' paste Yes, Lxd2 were diesel locomotives that replaced steam locomotives on almost all narrow-gauge railways in Poland with gauges 750mm, 785mm and 1000mm. Maybe some day I will make a model of it, but now I'm working on a steam locomotive type Las (like one on the foto) and I'm planning to make few types of diesel rail cars.
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Old 01-10-2017, 01:20 AM
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@Cut'n'paste, You may downoad Lxd2 from my website. This is simplified model for kids, in 1:64 scale, but... feel free to downsize it to H0 and make more details

click here to see the model

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Old 09-25-2017, 10:26 AM
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Hello after few months of break!
I've finnaly ended working on my first steam locomotive type Cn2t "Las" (Forest). It is a Polish industrial narrow-gauge locomotive used on forest railways, sugar beat railways, steelworks and on coalmine sidings. I've made 3 versions: black with red chassis, olive-green with red chassis and locomotive from the Historic Narrow-Gauge Railway Station in Rudy Raciborskie. All 3 with instructions in Polish are available on my website. Versions with English instructions I've uploaded here to the Download section.
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Old 09-25-2017, 10:29 AM
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Thank you. Interesting little locomotive.
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Old 09-28-2017, 01:00 PM
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Versions with English instructions I've uploaded here to the Download section.
Aaaand they are approved and available!

Sorry about the delay.
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Hello everyone!
I've made some new and reworked models of diesel railcars series MBd1 in two "basic" versions from the Ostrowiec Steel Works (Zakłady Ostrowieckie) and WMD Lisewo (workshops from the Żuławska Narrow-Gauge Railway) and for each of them I've made few numbers (but they do not differ only in number) and most of them in few liveries from different time periods.
Traditionally all of them with instructions in Polish are available on my website (Galeria Kolei W±skotorowych) and with English instructions I've uploaded here to the Download section.
Here are some photos of the basic models. In the second picture from the end there is the new model compared with the old one and on the last photo is a comparison of models in scales H0 and TT.
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Interesting how different they look simply from changing the colors.
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