1n15 Lister Loco

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1n15 Lister Loco

Postby Carlo » Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:28 pm

Well, I just completed a Lister loco, in 1" scale, 32mm gauge. I painted and weathered it, and it runs very smoothly on it's Deltang R/C system.
BTW, I also sculpted the driver figure. You can read and see a lot more about this project, and the making of the driver, at http://www.carlospirito.com/wip.html

Regards, Carlo

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Re: 1n15 Lister Loco

Postby southpier » Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:56 pm

that is just so well done; beautiful job with everything exposed.

could you please give a brief rundown what does what on the prototype? I don't think I've seen a Lister with the 2 levers behind the driver's position. I would only be making assumptions of the other components.

the driver actually looks happy to be getting under way!

thanks

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Re: 1n15 Lister Loco

Postby docnjoj » Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:10 pm

Wow that is super engineering!
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