Cartoon Locomotive LUCKY LUKE

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norman

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Locomotive LUCKY LUKE


Hi,

Has anyone else noticed the similarity between the LGB PLAYMOBIL STEAMING MARY and the Cartoon Locomotive LUCKY LUKE ?



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Great Upgrade. THE PISTON ROD NOW CONNECTS TO THE FRONT DRIVER !
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grootspoorforum 30, 32 , 45 mm Modelors.


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Size Comparison of STEAMING MARY next to BACHMANN BIG HAULER.








Norman
 
PhilP

PhilP

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Need's a different paint-job, but...

Baldwin 7 1/4


Any good? - A little large, I fear? ;):giggle:
 
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Mr Smallbrook

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If the miniature loco is 7.25 inch gauge then I think that it was designed by the late Don Young of Bembridge, here on the Isle of Wight as a double size 3.5 inch gauge loco that he had also designed.

With regards to the similarity between Steaming Mary and Luck Luke, if you put a Congden stack and a wood cab on any late C19 American eight wheeler (4-4-0) they will probably look much the same, don't you know? Whatever, a really good conversion and food for thought, thanks.

The attached would look good in G gauge, a Tink(erbell) done in a transatlantic style with a 1/6 doll as a driver and for the passengers. MR.

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casey jones snr

casey jones snr

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Charnwood Forest Railway. Rothley. Leics.
I have a fair number of “Lucky Luke” figures that are pretty close to 1/22 scale. They generally populate the children’s area of the CFR. I picked the figures up from a shop in Paris maybe years ago.