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Ivan Furlanis

MOC: European freight wagons

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Hi.

In the last months I built four European freight wagons:

Two open wagons, one with four axles (Eaos)...

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MOC Eaos feight car by Ivan Furlanis, su Flickr

and one with two axles (E):

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MOC E freight car by Ivan Furlanis, su Flickr

Both have a step at their ends to help railway men to stand on during marshalling moves, as you can see in this photo (with the Eaos still WIP):

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MOC two and four-axle gondola freight cars (series E and Eaos) by Ivan Furlanis, su Flickr

Grain hopper (Uaggps):

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MOC Uaggps freight car by Ivan Furlanis, su Flickr

The last MOC, built Saturday flat wagon with stanchions loaded with timber:

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MOC L freight car by Ivan Furlanis, su Flickr

Stanchions can be lowered or removed, timber boards can be removed, too:

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MOC L freight car by Ivan Furlanis, su Flickr

Next projects are a refrigerated van and a four-axle covered wagon (series Gabs), I hope to build them in a few month.

Edited by Ivan Furlanis

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Great, been looking for an inspiration how to build simple (meaning cheap ;) ) EAOS in 6 studs. Thanks for posting those!

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I really like the timber you created for the flat wagon! Gonna borrow that design :)

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