(F) A few odd locos

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(F) A few odd locos

Postby michael » Thu Apr 14, 2005 5:45 pm

I came across a few odd looking locos and some neat trams that might scale down well to the 15 inch gauge, and this tram stole my modelmaking heart

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Cuban Brookville for Scott
http://voiemetrique.org/Photos/fr-fjbdp.jpg

The rest can be seen in these pages -- be warned this might distract you for a while if you haven't already been there.

http://voiemetrique.org/album/default.aspx

An open air passenger:

http://voiemetrique.org/Photos/fr-niyos.jpg

A grass burner:

http://voiemetrique.org/Photos/sdeoh.jpg

Another open air railcar:

http://voiemetrique.org/Photos/10octobre008.jpg

And another tram that looks great:

http://voiemetrique.org/Photos/fr-tlpgf.jpg

A neat loco that is just crying out to be converted to 15 inch guage:

http://voiemetrique.org/Photos/fr-ovjyr.jpg
Regards Michael
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