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Old 01-17-2021, 10:18 AM
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I little more progress today ; the previously made pipes and brackets have been installed :









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Old 02-27-2021, 06:54 AM
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Well, time flies and trains ride...

So, despite my messy life atm I did do some (well, actually a lot of) work on this engine.

So, since I'm rather down atm I'm not going to write a lot, just give you the pictures...
























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Old 03-06-2021, 03:35 PM
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Well, not writing here, doesn't mean I'm not building of course, it's just a combination of my mindset and my rusty english that slows down my writing, so in stead of chatting up your heads with probably hard to understand mistakes, I'll just pic you up to date Edit : "rivets" was the word I was not finding.

Adding all those bolts (not bolts, those round things that are hammered into holes) were boring and daunting...







I didn't like that large empty platform on the bunker of the tender, my first idea was to get some real coal and hammer it down into smaller pieces, but then I saw a picture of the real one, not carrying coal but lumber instead (makes sence, you can chop down trees when you are out of fuel in the midle of nowhere, but you can't just open up a coalmine)...

So, I went to the back of my garden and rumaged true the stuff that was there and found a few pieces of cut down wood that could be used...









The wooden parts will be glued together, but not to the model (unless of course the glue drips down).
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