Captain Zuloo

TTCE: Pacific National NR103

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Pacific National operates a number of NR Class locomotives across Australia, including those that pull the world famous Ghan and Indian Pacific. This loco is really my first MOCed train, so I'm pretty pleased with it. It has a fair bit of SNOT in it, and it was a pain to get the windshield right, but I finally did. My favourite part is the door windows.

More photos on Flickr.

I hope you guys enojoy my entry, and thanks a heap for this great contest! :classic:

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Where did I see this kind of train before :wink:

First of all I would say to use another picture, this one is a bit dark. On your flickr stream there are better ones.

Back to the train, in my opinion it looks very good, the cabin with the smoked glass worked out well. All the small details underneath and on the dise of the train make the finishing touch :thumbup:

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Really nice job. I've done this one before and it's hard to get it all looking right. To do so well on a first train MOC is fantstic.

Tim

PS. Pretty sure this one is a sister.

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I'm pretty pleased with it.

You should be. You've done a great job it looks great. If only it was red. <wink>

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For a first train MOC, this is very impressive! I really dig the sideview :thumbup: Best of luck in the competition!

Sometimes I'm jealous of you guys for having such cool engines running around where you live :cry_sad:

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That's a very nice entry, Captain Zuloo! :thumbup:

I really like it!

It looks very well desgined - especially since it is your first train MOC!

I would have added some train doors to it for more realsim and playability.

Otherwise it's very nice since you included a lot of details.

Very well done! :thumbup:

Klaus-Dieter

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