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#1 adrian_dixon

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Posted 11 February 2012 - 08:17 AM

Hello i just thought i would share a MOC that i have been working on for some time now, It is of a Tasrail DQ class loco number 2012 that was painted to commemorate 75 years of continuous mill operation at the MMG Rosebery mine.
I have started a MOC of another dq class loco in the old red and yellow livery with 2 power function m with both front and rear trucks powered unfortunately i can not fit the battery and ir receiver in the loco so it will have to go on a separate wagon, I will post up some pics once that is complete.
Now i have to give alot of credit to Daniel aubin for his instructions for the GE C30-7 on railbricks as i used the 3 axle truck design and got alot of ideas from that train.
Now i think my pics are to big to deeplink to the site so i will just link to my brickshelf folderhere
Hereis a link to a photo of the real loco
Let me know what you think and any ideas for improvement.
Here is a few resized images.
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#2 Hechristensen

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Posted 11 February 2012 - 10:25 AM

Very good work. I like the front of the train? What is the model? It looks somewhat like the BNSF....
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#3 lightningtiger

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Posted 11 February 2012 - 10:40 AM

Very nice engine 'adrian', perhaps you could resize and deep-link those resized images straight in to your post. :wink:
Excellent work, though that yellow will get dirty at the mines to easy ! :laugh:
Brick On 'adrian' ! :classic:

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Posted 11 February 2012 - 12:20 PM

Very nice indeed!!! Also looks like some Dutch trains (not the front).

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#5 spzero

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Posted 11 February 2012 - 11:04 PM

looks great and love the scale being 7 wide and all, well done, thanks for sharing.

#6 Dan-147

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Posted 12 February 2012 - 02:18 PM

Hi adrian_dixon,

Very impressive.  I have to admit that what I thought was "wrong" about your model (unsymetrical front windows, low and square short hood) are spot on with the real loco's photo.  I can't think of very many ways to improve it as it is, maybe hang a 3854 or a 60608 behind the cab (although I'm not sure how...)

By the way, the three-axle truck is not my design.  I borrowed it from Scot Ward.  It was featured in Railbricks issue 6, page 62-65.

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#7 adrian_dixon

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Posted 13 February 2012 - 12:38 AM

Thanks everyone for the comments. The front windows and the low hood are very distinctive features on this train so i spent a lot of time getting the windows right. I am happy with the look of the train I just wish I could sort out the last of the decals to finish it off. I will post up some pictures when I have all the decals done.



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