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santa has been very kind

Postby ophelia » Mon Dec 29, 2014 3:33 pm

I was given a t gauge starter set for Christmas to install in the attic of my dolls house, a 1940's house. I said I needed a steam loco but these were impossible to source, or so I thought. Santa came to the rescue and had a little steam engine 3d printed which he then painted himself. it was left to me to attach the wheels and hook, the result is delightful. I have ordered some mk1 carriage decals to put onto the motorized carriage and for an additional carriage. Have also ordered a resin cross legged 12th scale boy to play with my new train. Later I will add scenery and some siding.
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Re: santa has been very kind

Postby hedge » Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:52 pm

Fantastic! And welcome. If you have any problems, this is the place to come.
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Re: santa has been very kind

Postby Ozrail » Wed Dec 31, 2014 2:08 am

I sell quite a few Steam Outline on my Shapeways store. :)
Check out my Shapeways store for T-gauge stuff.
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