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  1. Duq

    MOC: Bahnhof Neuffen

    I hadn't planned on posting about this MOC before it was properly finished but things got delayed and last weekend it made its debut at the Dun Laoghaire Model Railway Show so here it is: Bahnhof Neuffen. Neuffen track side by Duq, on Flickr I needed a station for my growing collection of German trains and the choice was very easy: my favourite model railway kit from my childhood (Vollmer 7522). It turned out that they took some poetic license when they created that kit but the main shape and layout were the same. The shape of the roof is very distinctive and took a lot of time to get right. There are 14 panels in the roof, each at their own angle, and they all had to connect. And then there were the two turrets; one square and one hexagonal. They certainly weren't easy to keep in the style of the rest of the roof. In total there's around 4000 cheese slopes in the roof... Neuffen in the sun by Duq, on Flickr I've a bit of work left to do in further detailing so in time I'll post some more pictures.