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[Narrow gauge] Ponfeblino

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From the MTM (MTR Train Mocs) i have the pleasure to present my latest creations

 

This is my first incursión into functional narrow gauge. A challenge for me and pushed by the narrow station of Ponferrada from my colleague Blastem.

In this case i tried to represent the most significative material of the steam era of the spanish line from Ponferrada to Villablino the “Ponfeblino Line” and in 6w to be in the same scale from all my standar gauge trains.

 

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All this material is fully functional by PF. Thanks to the master Sheepo to help me with the PF wagon. Only him can do it easily to accommodate 2 L motors, 1 Lithium battery and 1 PF receiver.

 

The locomotives

 

PV-1. A small steamer for cargo uses. And with water deposits in both sides of the boiler

 

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PV-31. A small locomotive used for passenger services

 

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Wagons

 

Cargo. With all PF mechanism to move the whole train

 

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Coal wagons .

 

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Mail Wagon.

 

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Saloon Wagon.

 

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First and Second class Wagons.

 

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 2 Trains in Ponferrada Station

 

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And some comparisions with the original ones.

 

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Full gallery Flickr

 

 

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Maaan, this is wonderful! Lots of creative solutions, but still simple and clean lines! Amazing!

The only thing I'm missing is the video while these locos and carriages going around. 

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... *oh2*. Beyond impressive, how you have managed to compress everything to LEGO scale, and yet keep it so clean. 

Having played around with NG myself, I have a few questions; can these go round the LEGO curves without falling off? Mine never can, at least not without leaning drastically! Also, does one PF car have enough power to propel the whole train? Experience tells me you need to have as many axles powered as possible, under both loco and wagons.

Those coaches are beautiful too, I may have to take some inspiration from here...

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Wow, the locomotive is amazing but the motorized wagon is even better! :wub:

For me the tipper wagon with the cab is the icing on the cake! :wub::wub:

Wonderful fleet of narrow gauge! :thumbup:

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These are looking great. Quite a collection of very nice rolling stock and a beautiful locomotive.

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Agreed. You've done a fabulous job at capturing the originals in spite of a fairly restrictive scale. Wonderful!! Many congratulations. 

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Awesome models and indeed a very compact build with those PF parts. That IR receiver... it's so perfectly included in the design, I almost missed it.

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