a few days ago, I made use of the good weather and spend an afternoon at the club layout to dun my Moody Lumber Co. trains.
My friend Jonas also joined and decided to steam up my Forney. So, this went up to be the first time in more than 4 years, that both my steam locos were in service the same time. I also used the opportunity to make actual photos of each rolling stock to be added to the MLC-overview in the menu bar on top of this page.
Its time to get the interior finished.
The wooden strips shown in last week preview were assembled to a workbench, which got weathered and detailed with tools and clutter.
Back in time, Pola/LGB/MO-Miniatur offered a workshop & toolcar in G-scale, which included a whole bunch of diecast detail parts, which I use on my models. Unfortunately, they are rare to find these days and not cheap.
I also made a shelf for more clutter from some boards and strips. The oven and barrels are parts from MO-Miniatur as well, while the fire protection sheet was made from real sheet metal.
Here are two more photos, showing the completed interior as well as a final photo of the caboose with the roofs on top.
BTW, all four new made cars got some wood stain applied as base for the upcoming airbrush weathering.
Good morning loggers,
let’s start with the interior. The high seats for the conductor/brakeman were made from wood. The cabinets underneath got some details parts added made by Ozark and handrails from wire.
The brakeman also got a facelift (literally) as this (probably a Bachmann figure) was somewhat creepy. I cut away the gloves, re-positioned the right arm and gave him a new coat of paint.
Here’s a test fit inside the caboose, first progress on the roof and finally an outlook for next week project.
See you :-)
Hi folks… … and welcome back at my caboose project. I finished the planking on the basic body-frame. I used coffee stirrer for the planking, which are 5-6mm wide and 1mm thick. With the different texture and color, they already provide a very authentic surface. Some of the bracing-timbers were cut to size at the […]