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Model Catalog 2012 v.1 O Gauge Limited Editions

Table Of Contents:

Welcome aboard

North American Rolling Stock

(Fuel Tank Cars and Boxcars)

Model Categories and Types

Fuel Tank Cars •

Category A completely scratch-built with standard spare parts

U.S. & CND post-war with grafitti (single-dome) •

Passenger Car Sets •

Refrigerator Cars •

Covered Freight Cars •

Flat Cars Hood Diesels End-Cab Diesels Center-Cab Diesels Diesel Multiple Units Electric Locomotives Electric Multiple Units

U.S. & CND boxcars weathered

Category B scratch-built body shell based on mechanism from other manufacturers

Category C re-painted and detailed models from other manufacturers

to this particular issue with emphasis on selective railroad names with history and heritage as transition to the modern train era. This 3rd catalog publication is again dedicated to the many O gauge enthusiasts world-wide and to the North-American 1:48-scale 3-rail community. Generally the bodies of the depicted rolling stock are hand-made out of dumped trash materials, such as food packing materials, poster mailing tubes and dumped beer or refreshment tin cans. Most of the artistic decoration with quite unlimited imagination realized on the rolling stock is either handpainted or computer-designed with color inkjet printouts. Any weathering is applied only with drybrush technique. The rusty metal is made with MIG pigment powder. The purpose of this issue is hopefully to inspire you, the active O gauge railroad modeler, to produce your own unique rolling stock for the industrial backyard on your indoor or outdoor layout. ______________________________________________________

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O gauge 3-rail 1:48

Long model train set consisting of Canadian diesel locomotives and plenty of scratch-built fuel tank cars In outdoor action during summer break

O gauge 3-rail model railroad  
O gauge 3-rail model railroad  

Catalog 2012 volume 1 for O gauge 3-rail model railroading