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Discussion in 'Railroading' started by DN, Sep 11, 2004.
You need to see this:
Oh my God, please don't tell me this is N Gauge (160th)
Fortunately for our sanity it is 1:25.
But still, something like this in paper blows me away.
What a work of art :shock: :shock:
Can this be had as a kit???
It would be great to do a build on something as outstanding as this!!!
Thanks for the link
Sure. Railroad related models are pretty common in paper, here's some links to a few retailers I've bought from that carry them:
Didn't see the pictured model at any of them, but there were others of similar design and detail.
Thanks for the links some nice models there
This particular one is from Angraf - one of the Polish publishers.
From what I've read on Konradus. the kit is big, almost like a book, and cost plz 100 (~$25)
Well worth $25 for a kit like this :shock:
Neat. But I've said it before,Why not a King, a Hall, a Castle, Mallard, A4, Black 5, in fact anything British.
I want one of these....
There's Ray Morris' Micromodel style loco's Tim. The photo's are 2002 vintage so I'm not sure if the website is correct and I have different ideas now about making permanent way.
Would Love to do a Princess....
The Hornby steam locomotive is the immaculate conception of cool! Bet they can't keep up with the orders. I want one too!
Ray's Locos: Still here
Ehm, dear loco-fans
I've in mind to build another big polish loco, the Modelik OL49.
If someone of you is going to put the hands on it I have a little useful thing to give you. Please take a look on this thread.
Just to spare you to became crazy looking for the pieces around in the 26 pages of the model...