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Offline RayF  
#101 Posted : 29 October 2013 11:12:04(UTC)
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Here's the colour picture: BigGrin
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#102 Posted : 29 October 2013 11:23:07(UTC)
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That's cheating! Flapper

Nice try though! ThumpUp
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Offline Token  
#103 Posted : 29 October 2013 12:25:58(UTC)
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I will have to put my hand up as a fail for colour pictures (BR06 and 05 for that matter).

Perhaps I can offer BDNZ a hint of BR 103 nostalgia with the following?



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#104 Posted : 29 October 2013 12:39:41(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Token Go to Quoted Post
All I have to do is work out how to fit era II loco's into my era III layout.


Oh well, I guess people might not notice....BigGrin

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Day excursions for fans, like the Norfolk and Western J class excursions I would take back in the late '80s. That's how I work a Rheingold with a streamlined 05 into my Era III layout.
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DB lokos, coaches and freight cars from across Europe
But I do have the obligatory (six) SBB Krocs
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With the exception of the passenger wagens with Marklin current conducting couplers, all close couplers have been replaced with Roco 40397.
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#105 Posted : 29 October 2013 21:28:13(UTC)
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Seems that there aren't any colour pictures on the internet of the BR 06 - at least none that I can find. I was hoping that someone might have one hidden away.

Anyway, here's a colour picture of my Brawa BR 06.
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#106 Posted : 29 October 2013 21:46:01(UTC)
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To make things easier than finding a colour picture of a BR 06, how about a picture of a double headed E94 / BR 194 train (preferably in colour).
Offline RayF  
#107 Posted : 29 October 2013 23:16:24(UTC)
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How's this?

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#108 Posted : 29 October 2013 23:20:24(UTC)
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Here's a challenge. Can anyone reproduce the above train in model form? A photo of the closest train you can make up would be good.
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#109 Posted : 30 October 2013 00:17:19(UTC)
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I could create a triple headed train with E94 / BR 194's, but my locos are all the green versions.

I'd have most of those freight cars though.
Offline RayF  
#110 Posted : 30 October 2013 10:26:48(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
I could create a triple headed train with E94 / BR 194's, but my locos are all the green versions.

I'd have most of those freight cars though.


I can do the freight cars and the blue Br194, but I don't have a green one, strangely enough!

The challenge stands, if anyone can do it.
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Offline petestra  
#111 Posted : 30 October 2013 11:08:27(UTC)
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I can do most of the consist except for the Ocean Blue BR194. I would have to use

2 green Loks. Peter Cool
Offline utkan  
#112 Posted : 30 October 2013 11:53:34(UTC)
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#113 Posted : 31 October 2013 07:31:36(UTC)
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Is this accepted?

ps: I could not prepare the wagons yesterday because I had to work long hours.....Blushing Sad
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#114 Posted : 31 October 2013 08:07:28(UTC)
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Excellent! Great work, Mehmet. ThumpUp
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Offline utkan  
#115 Posted : 31 October 2013 08:21:51(UTC)
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......an easy one.....RollEyes

...a passenger car carrying a banner ' Deutschland - Weltmeister 1954'.....Smile preferrably in model, green, 3rd class....Smile
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#116 Posted : 31 October 2013 09:18:23(UTC)
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......an easy one.....RollEyes

...a passenger car carrying a banner ' Deutschland - Weltmeister 1954'.....Smile preferrably in model, green, 3rd class....Smile


I thought that was on one of the coaches of the VT08 railcar, which carried the World Cup winning German football team in 1954. They were a predominately red colour.

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#117 Posted : 31 October 2013 09:20:31(UTC)
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Something I didn't know was that there was also the Marklin 42357 thunderbox coach.

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#118 Posted : 31 October 2013 10:20:44(UTC)
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This is a fairly easy one - I'd like to see a photo of someone's Marklin H0 Langer Heinrich train, and a statement of how many Langer Heinrich locos and ore cars you have. The longer the train the better. The longest train over the next 24 hours gets to pick the next picture.

For the record, I have the 2 Marklin BR 44 locos (26536 and 37883) and also the 2 Trix weathered versions of the same locos, plus 46 ore cars.

I also have 10 of the 1 Gauge versions of the ore cars, but no BR 44 (several friends have one though).
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#119 Posted : 31 October 2013 12:00:39(UTC)
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#120 Posted : 31 October 2013 13:32:36(UTC)
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Now that's power, Mehmet. Peter ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp Smile
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Offline utkan  
#121 Posted : 31 October 2013 13:36:02(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: petestra Go to Quoted Post
Now that's power, Mehmet. Peter ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp Smile


Hi Peter,

The video is a bit old.....the number can be increased.....but let's see some other examples in visual.....BigGrin BigGrin

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#122 Posted : 31 October 2013 19:10:24(UTC)
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I know it doesn't count, because the locos are BR50's and I don't know how many wagons were in the train, but at that particular event, we collected all the wagons we could find to form the "Baby Heinrich" train BigGrin

Go to time 5:02 in the video.

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Offline utkan  
#123 Posted : 01 November 2013 10:04:34(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
This is a fairly easy one - I'd like to see a photo of someone's Marklin H0 Langer Heinrich train, and a statement of how many Langer Heinrich locos and ore cars you have. The longer the train the better. The longest train over the next 24 hours gets to pick the next picture.

For the record, I have the 2 Marklin BR 44 locos (26536 and 37883) and also the 2 Trix weathered versions of the same locos, plus 46 ore cars.

I also have 10 of the 1 Gauge versions of the ore cars, but no BR 44 (several friends have one though).





......please decide if this poor video suits the wish.....RollEyes
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#124 Posted : 01 November 2013 10:26:40(UTC)
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....this one is a bit shorter....RollEyes
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#125 Posted : 01 November 2013 10:46:32(UTC)
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....the shortest.....


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.....so sorry this is the best I can....Blushing Wink
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#126 Posted : 01 November 2013 10:52:12(UTC)
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....and now my wish.....it will be a little bit harder.....Sad

.....A Mærklin H0 Steamer-preferrably DB 44 690 and analog ......pulling 311 freight cars, thinking that it will be difficult to put in a frame...a video counts,too....ThumpUp

Good Luck.....LOL


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#127 Posted : 01 November 2013 11:03:10(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
......please decide if this poor video suits the wish.....


All nice videos and impressive trains Mehmet, but unfortunately they do not fulfill the request. The Langer Heinrich (Long Henry) was an ore carrying train, but many of your hopper cars are the wrong era, and carrying the wrong load (I saw coal and lime, not sure if there was any ore cars there).

So, as such Jens is the only person who fulfilled my request and earned bonus points because it was a 1 Gauge train. Jens therefore has the next request - and we all know that you Mehmet, are the only one that has a video of a BR 44 pulling 300 odd freight cars, so nobody else has much of a chance of fulfilling that request - I don't even think I have 311 freight cars!

Nonetheless, I still enjoyed watching your videos.
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#128 Posted : 01 November 2013 11:16:28(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
......please decide if this poor video suits the wish.....


All nice videos and impressive trains Mehmet, but unfortunately they do not fulfill the request. The Langer Heinrich (Long Henry) was an ore carrying train, but many of your hopper cars are the wrong era, and carrying the wrong load (I saw coal and lime, not sure if there was any ore cars there).

So, as such Jens is the only person who fulfilled my request and earned bonus points because it was a 1 Gauge train. Jens therefore has the next request - and we all know that you Mehmet, are the only one that has a video of a BR 44 pulling 300 odd freight cars, so nobody else has much of a chance of fulfilling that request - I don't even think I have 311 freight cars!

Nonetheless, I still enjoyed watching your videos.


Hi David,

BR 44 690 did not pull 300,....she pulled 310...and be sure this number will be a history soonerWoot .....and I think it is not very suitable to say the word 'odd' for those cars....ThumbDown

...about your wish...so sorry I could not fullfill....it is your play you decide...I only participate.....RollEyes

Cheers,

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#129 Posted : 01 November 2013 11:57:05(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
BR 44 690 did not pull 300,....she pulled 310........and I think it is not very suitable to say the word 'odd' for those cars....ThumbDown


Maybe I should have been a bit clearer.....

Using the word 'odd' in this context does not mean strange or peculiar, rather it means approximately - saying 300 odd means approximately 300 or around 300.
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#130 Posted : 01 November 2013 12:01:48(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
BR 44 690 did not pull 300,....she pulled 310........and I think it is not very suitable to say the word 'odd' for those cars....ThumbDown


Maybe I should have been a bit clearer.....

Using the word 'odd' in this context does not mean strange or peculiar, rather it means approximately - saying 300 odd means approximately 300 or around 300.


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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#131 Posted : 01 November 2013 12:32:15(UTC)
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ConfusedConfused

What's your problem??

Like I said, it means means approximately 300 or around 300, which includes 310! It's just a figure of speech, that's all. No need to get offended about it, there was no offense meant!
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#132 Posted : 01 November 2013 12:39:54(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
So, as such Jens is the only person who fulfilled my request and earned bonus points because it was a 1 Gauge train. Jens therefore has the next request ...


Very well.

I would like to see pictures of your model railroad, where the theme is a specific railroad or railroad system, and the rolling stock is correct for the period.
This means no US hoppers on a Swiss mountain and no TGVs at the coaling facility. "Foreign" rolling stock is OK - if it could have happened or happens on the prototype.

You may stage a scene on your layout, where everything we see in the picture matches the criteria, even though the rest of the layout does not.
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Offline utkan  
#133 Posted : 01 November 2013 12:42:33(UTC)
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ConfusedConfused

What's your problem??

Like I said, it means means approximately 300 or around 300, which includes 310! It's just a figure of speech, that's all. No need to get offended about it, there was no offense meant!



Hi David,

It is only a figure of thumb...that is all..RollEyes

Cheers,

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#134 Posted : 01 November 2013 22:10:10(UTC)
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Hi,
Here is a scene from my Altkloster layout.

It is set in early 1950. Two E91 electric locomotives pass, one with a loaded coal train, the other with an empty.
In the background, is the steam loco depot with a couple of wagons picking up ashes. One wagon is still in DRG colours.
I do not know for sure if the electric catenary masts are correct for early 1950s, but they are Marklin, so I guess pass muster.
It is probably true, that normal operation of these locos required both pantographs to be extended. I did not pose the photo correctly.

Now I would like to see a layout picture (preferably your own, but you are welcome to borrow), with a steam loco BR01 on a prototypical passenger train (any era).

http://www.qldrail.net/altkloster/e91-800.jpg

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#135 Posted : 02 November 2013 23:55:09(UTC)
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Not a particularly great photo (lots of clutter in the background) but here's a photo of my 30080 BR 01 with a rake of tinplate coaches on the far side of my layout during testing of braking sections for the station area (Baden Baden) that will end up going there. Next to that train is a BR 05 with the longer plastic versions of the tinplate coaches.
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#136 Posted : 03 November 2013 00:07:11(UTC)
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As some may have guessed with my comments about the Long Henry trains, I like long 'unit' trains - trains with many similar type freight cars. I have several container trains, tanker trains, lime hopper car train, the Long Henry ore train, and I'm starting to get a few silo cars for a silo car train.

I'd like to see a photo of a Marklin train on someone's layout of either a tanker, container or silo car trains of only those types of cars (no mixed consists). A picture of a Long Henry train will also qualify (C'mon Stephen I know you've got some).
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#137 Posted : 03 November 2013 00:36:24(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
ConfusedConfused

What's your problem??

Like I said, it means means approximately 300 or around 300, which includes 310! It's just a figure of speech, that's all. No need to get offended about it, there was no offense meant!


Sadly, one of the downsides of an international forum such as this is when a statement is taken literally.

I can support BD in this, another way Dave could have said it was "... a BR 44 pulling 300 or so freight cars".

The term 'odd' in this context/usage correctly means 'close to', so if he had said pulling 300 freight cars, it could be taken to mean exactly 300 freight cars, not 299 or 301, but 300, and could also be expressed by informal English as "300 even freight cars", where the word 'even' also means 'exactly'.

If you over-think it then you get into other problems, because we would not normally say '300 even', the reason being the opposite of that would be assumed to be '300 uneven' (ie out of alignment, crooked etc).

Clearly in this instance the word 'odd' has been mistaken to mean; peculiar, unusual, abnormal or any other verb which implies something 'not quite right'.

The truth however is that 'odd' as it was used by BD simply meant a quantity close to 300 and may or may not be actually 300, and most likely somewhere between 290 - 310. Is it a Kiwi thing or would this term also be expressed in other primary English regions (Aus, UK, US, SA, etc)

Phew, another bomb defused? Unsure

Cheers

Cookee

PS; I'd love to show a "Long Henry", but I only have Thomas and his basic start set wagons. Henry is a much bigger engine and works very very hard (in my best Ringo Starr voice)

So here's a true Long Henry - he looks like he has a long train, and a long face......
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#138 Posted : 03 November 2013 03:24:13(UTC)
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Nice try Cookee, but not the 'Long Henry' I had in mind.

I'm referring to the Marklin 26536 set and associated locos and wagons......

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#139 Posted : 03 November 2013 08:22:24(UTC)
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Is it a Kiwi thing or would this term also be expressed in other primary English regions (Aus, UK, US, SA, etc)
Here's a line from a John Lennon song: "When they've tortured and scared you for twenty odd years"
I thought it means "20+ years", but now it seems to mean or may mean "+/- 20 years". At least it ain't a Kiwi thing. Now waiting for the votes of the American jury.
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#140 Posted : 03 November 2013 08:35:17(UTC)
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Hi ALL,

It is very sad for me to see that one ops two thumbdowns I have sent have caused such a chaos here...So I do apologize to David and if necessary to ALL for sending those....I have never thought of breaking someone's heart just because of trains...but one little thing... the number you have been keeping in your lips will soon be a history....and I really wish I had the chance of putting you up (having as honorouble guests) during the next trial right here in Istanbul...then you would have the right to choose the suitable expression for your faces...Have a nice Sunday...

with my deepest and sincere feelings,

mehmet

ps: I am so sorry for being OFF TOPIC...and you still want to criticize the case of 310 and ME...there is already a thread on this subject....you are most welcome...
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#141 Posted : 03 November 2013 10:32:39(UTC)
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Mehmet, I'm looking forward to seeing your videos of a 311 (or more) wagon freight train. ThumpUp
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#142 Posted : 03 November 2013 11:48:55(UTC)
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Ok, Long Henry set.

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Large Marklinist 3- Rails Layout with CS2/MS2/Boosters/C-track/favorites Electric class E03/BR103, E18/E118, E94, Crocodiles/Steam BR01, BR03, BR05, BR23, BR44, BR50, Big Boy.
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#143 Posted : 03 November 2013 11:51:11(UTC)
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26536 with 37883 and 46255 Long henry.




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Large Marklinist 3- Rails Layout with CS2/MS2/Boosters/C-track/favorites Electric class E03/BR103, E18/E118, E94, Crocodiles/Steam BR01, BR03, BR05, BR23, BR44, BR50, Big Boy.
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#146 Posted : 03 November 2013 11:56:45(UTC)
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Large Marklinist 3- Rails Layout with CS2/MS2/Boosters/C-track/favorites Electric class E03/BR103, E18/E118, E94, Crocodiles/Steam BR01, BR03, BR05, BR23, BR44, BR50, Big Boy.
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#147 Posted : 04 November 2013 22:49:31(UTC)
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Thanks Stephen, I never get tired looking at those photos. ThumpUp

BTW, you have the right to chose the next photo request.
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#148 Posted : 11 November 2013 06:45:50(UTC)
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Since a few days have passed, I’ll jump in with a request on a similar theme. How about a coal or goods train built using Marklin's older vintage 4601, 4602 and/or 4604 high-side open gondolas?

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Offline RayF  
#149 Posted : 11 November 2013 09:42:02(UTC)
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Good idea, Richard!

As I only have a 4601 out of the wagons you quote I can't really satisfy your request, but I think this photo is interesting anyway. It's my 4601 being pulled by my 3001 E63.

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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#150 Posted : 11 November 2013 11:08:16(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: DumbGuy Go to Quoted Post
How about a coal or goods train built using Marklin's older vintage 4601, 4602 and/or 4604 high-side open gondolas?


I don't have many of those in H0, but have some gondolas in 1 Gauge. You can see them with a coal load in post #48 in this thread.

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