Loads for Wagons(2)

J

jetomlin

Scratch building Bridges and Buildings.</br>Steame
24 Oct 2009
188
3
West End, Southampton
having bought some relatibely cheap wagons....Aristocraft and Newquida, I resprayed and pondered how I could make some very cheap loads. Inspired by one of the exhibits at the Exeter Show, i purchased some thin balsawood and the smallest section at B & Q, which did not qualify as 'strip wood'.

The attached photos show the result!
 
  • Like
Reactions: casey jones snr
Granitechops

Granitechops

Narrow Gauge 1/12th scale on 45mm</br>Quarrying &
24 Oct 2009
5,995
0
Sunny Devon Uk
Like the roof truss idea!!
 
korm kormsen

korm kormsen

Registered
24 Oct 2009
2,437
21
Sir, this idea will be shamelessly stolen for use on my layout!
 
C

C&S

Registered
3 Nov 2009
3,103
0
Hear, hear! I suspect a lot of lines will now start transporting roof timbers!
 
ge_rik

ge_rik

British narrow gauge (esp. Southwold and W&LLR)
24 Oct 2009
9,596
132
Cheshire
www.riksrailway.blogspot.com
I've just put a new post on my blog where i've compiled the various disparate chunks of info about wagon loads I've created over the years. I hope there's something of interest.

Rik
 
  • Like
Reactions: casey jones snr
casey jones snr

casey jones snr

Registered
Rick, I’m so impressed with your blog that I’ve added it to my home screen.
 
dunnyrail

dunnyrail

DOGS, Garden Railways, Steam Trains, Jive Dancing,
25 Oct 2009
14,638
262
71
St.Neots Cambridgeshire UK
Rick, I’m so impressed with your blog that I’ve added it to my home screen.
It is a location that I frequently refer to for varying bits of info when undertaking my own projects. I have had his blog as a favourite for some time now. Rik certainly takes the time and effort to make an easily understood and clear description of all and it appears all that he has done. Top Marks for that
 
  • Like
Reactions: casey jones snr