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Here are some wagons that i have been weathering.

 

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This wagon was made with a TTA oil wagon chassis made a bit shorter & bits cut off & MIR beer keg containers.

The kegs were made by me from plastic tube cut and all stuck together.

 

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PALLET CEMENT WAGON.

Here are some pic's of a pallet cement wagon scratch built by me. Using my own underframe that i made with a mould & the main body was built with Wills Kits box steel plastic sheets, all the rest is made of plastic. Buffers by MJT 2350, Chain from Cambriam Models 1 metre 33 links per inch £7.90.

 

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Pallet Cement Wagon Drawing.

This is my drawing of the wagon that i built. I hope it helps anyone wishing to build this wagon. the underframe made from my own mould

is ok but needs a lot of work to get it right, so it would not be suitable for sale. Anyway Thanks for all your comments.

 

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Cement Bubble Wagon.

This is my first Bubble wagon and it took a lot of work but it turned out ok i think. It's my own moulded underframe and bubble is by D&M Models

MJT Buffers 2350, Brakepipes 2950, Brass etch detail by SSM. Here are some pic's.

 

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