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CP 2600 - Portugal

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Hello everyone,
as announced in the last few months I want to start this month with my European tour

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I wanted to complete my train collection by making at least one locomotive for each main European country, not yet covered by my MOCs.
Today I will start from Portugal with a replica of Sergio Batista's CP2600 
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I have chosen this model because I've always liked the orange livery with white stripes and the particular upside-down windscreen

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The model is equipped with lights and a switch hidden under the body

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Here there are other pictures

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A new locomotive from another country in the next month ...stay tuned! :classic:

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A nice start for your new collection, now I am waiting for the next step. :grin:

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Posted (edited)

Good work! The area around the buffers looks superb!

Edited by Beck

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On 11/3/2018 at 4:40 PM, Ex cinno said:

I am waiting for the next step. :grin:

One locomotive per month until July :wink:

On 11/3/2018 at 7:50 PM, Beck said:

The area around the buffers looks superb!

 

On 11/3/2018 at 8:02 PM, Paperinik77pk said:

The inverted vintage buffers, the stickers...I love it!!! :laugh: :thumbup:

 

22 hours ago, CaL said:

Beautiful engine!!!

 

21 hours ago, Younge said:

Stunning!

Thanks guys ...I remind to you all that it's just a replica :laugh:

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Very nice replica.  Orange is an interesting colour.  :classic:

 

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Well done! It is immediately clear what the prototype is. And I am especially impressed by the nicely detailed top side.

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17 hours ago, dr_spock said:

Orange is an interesting colour.  :classic:

I agree, orange and white is very visible :thumbup:
 
12 hours ago, Man with a hat said:

I am especially impressed by the nicely detailed top side.

Thanks Man with a hat, you're always kind!

 

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Good looking locomotive. Plenty of detail and a good setup with the lighting. I like the upside down windows too.

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Very nice model of an interesting engine! Really like how you did the buffers and the dark bluish grey grill on the side of the engine!

Already waiting for your next model :blush:

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Very nice rendition and mod of sergio's model !!! What I like so much about your builds, is the preference for European models.

 

I'm guessing your next models could be Belgian, Dutch, French, Spanish, British/Irish or Scandinavian.

 

Do you happen to have the LDD file? ;)

Edited by *thomas*

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I like it very much! To the point i am willing reverse engineer it asap.

Could anyone tell the part name used for front / rear windows?

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Really nice build! I'd really like to see how you made that micro offset for the doors... That looks really interesting!

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21 hours ago, ScotNick said:

I like how you did the buffers and the dark bluish grey grill on the side of the engine!

Already waiting for your next model :blush:

Thanks ...the next locomotive will come soon :sweet:

 

11 hours ago, *thomas* said:

I'm guessing your next models could be Belgian, Dutch, French, Spanish, British/Irish or Scandinavian.

Wow ...pretty good guess! :wink:

 

10 hours ago, Dorino said:

Could anyone tell the part name used for front / rear windows?

The part number is: 6567c00, 6567c01, 6567c02 or 6567c03

10 hours ago, Zed_43 said:

Really nice build! I'd really like to see how you made that micro offset for the doors... That looks really interesting!

Oh thanks, I use that building technique when I can :classic:

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Nice initiative, well done! This one is an icon, so many great details, and some of them hard to come by, I think this one came before the horizon express, it was not easy to get the orange bricks no? :) The creator of this beautiful locomotive with some years in the bricks already, has in my opinion the best work by far of Portuguese railroad history, and one of the best worldwide "train master builders" with the attention to detail. Constructions like these inspire others like me, to try and do a version they like. So, kudos to you Sérgio Baptista, "és grande, caral..."!

Um abraço, Rafael Costa

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4 hours ago, rahziel said:

So, kudos to you Sérgio Baptista, "és grande, caral..."!

Sergio is a massive owner of trains coming from his beautiful country ...when I see his collection I go crazy! :laugh:

Thanks for compliments :thumbup:

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It has almost been a month :o I'm so curious to see your next creation. The fact that you have such a variaty of builds and locomotives from different countries is great.

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11 hours ago, *thomas* said:

It has almost been a month :o I'm so curious to see your next creation. The fact that you have such a variaty of builds and locomotives from different countries is great.

Ooops ...you're right ...this weekend I have to post the new locomotive! :grin:

Thanks for the kind words! :blush:

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All sorts of difficult angles conquered on this MOC (half plate offset on the side grills?), so many details nailed

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On 6/4/2018 at 7:00 AM, zephyr1934 said:

All sorts of difficult angles conquered on this MOC (half plate offset on the side grills?), so many details nailed

Thanks Zephyr for your compliments ...half plate offset for the side grills and for the doors too :wink:

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YES!! Thank you so much! You totally improve my old/first MOC, i build mine in 2008(10years!!!) there is no PF in that time :P

 

i really love the Roof and the lights!

great job!!

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