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Both locos were weathered what I did notice when taking photos of the real thing and what a lot of painters seem to leave out when weathering is the old orange paint starts to come through the new black paint from wear and tear so I recreated this effect in the weathering process

 

 

 

 

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I finaly got Dunluce Castle finished and as Heir flick pointed out to me the other day I become a bit of a steam nut so here a some pictures hope you enjoy.

 

( Yes Heir Flick I had to weather her I couldn't resist )

 

 

 

 

 

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I got round to weathering 201 and 8208 I just gave them a light weathering as most of the photo's I looked at they seemed to be quite clean.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hiddenagenda's Beat Wagons

 

 

 

Hiddenagenda sent me down some of his new beat wagons that he is producing to build paint

and weather so you guys could all see what can be achieved with the new kit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dirty Sisters 229/222

 

I recently got 229/222 so as usual they had to get hit with the weathering stick

I weathered 299 quite heavily so here's a few pics for you

 

 

 

 

 

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Here are a few I weathered a couple of weeks ago for a good customer of mine. They wanted a very heavy weathered 012 and supplied the photos to work from. Hope you like.

 

 

 

Silverfox A Class 012 Heavy Weathering

 

 

 

 

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MM 141 Class renumbered 147 and weathered

 

 

 

 

 

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Some NIR Coaches Painted and Weathered

 

 

 

 

 

 

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NIR Driving trailer 812 Painted and Weathered

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bachmann 2-6-0 LMS Crab

BR Logo's and numbers removed

Springside White Metal Detail Pack Fitted

Round Handel added to Smokebox Door

Kadee Couplings Fitted

Real Coal added to Tender

Loco and Tender Weathered using airbrush and weathering powders

TCS DP2X-UK Decoder Fitted

 

This was my Xmas present from Amanda Bought in Hattons a couple of weeks ago when we were in Liverpool. I have only weathered a couple of Steamers but really starting to like them

 

 

 

 

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I was looking at photos of B113 in Cultra and got to thinking that a lot of you guys never seen the fantastic models that Hiddenagenda produced of this loco last year.

 

Hiddenagenda did a production of 12. 10 of these were sold to the public via Dave Bracken, 1 was for Hiddenagenda and 1 was for myself.

 

They were built from brass and plasticard and powered by a Bachmann class 20 chassis with the proper bogies fitted. The painting of all 12 was done by myself and they were available in 3 different liveries with the exception of 1 green livery with a white strip for Dave's own collection.

 

I have to say that I have had many hours of enjoyment with this loco and it has to be the best scratch built loco I have seen by a member of this site It makes the Shapeways model look like a car crash. If it only was a beer it would be called Carlsberg

 

This is my own one B114 and yes before you guys say it she was the only one out of the 12 to be weathered.

 

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I made a few simple modification to the circuit board on my 201 to enable the cab lights to work. I am using a TCS 6 function 21 pin decoder but this modification will work with any 21 pin 6 function decoder. You will need 2 resistors, a soldering iron, solder and a pair of tweezers

 

 

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First start by removing the diodes and resistors with your soldering iron. The ones you are looking to remove are marked R1,R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, Q1, Q2

 

 

 

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Then take your 2 resistors and solder them where I have in the picture below. Now you will have F0 side lights. F1 full beam #1 end. F2 full beam #2end. F3 cab light #1 end, F4 cab light #2 end

 

 

 

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Some decoder manufactures tell you to remove the suppressors fitted to whatever loco you have. On the MM 201 these are the green bulb (black,red,silver stripe on them) shaped devices either side of the decoder.

 

 

 

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Remove these with your soldering iron and with your tweezers pull the red and black wires across and resolder job done

 

 

 

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I hope some of you guys find this helpful its not hard to do even if you don't have any soldering experience and it enables you to buy any 6 function 21 pin decoder

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A one man production line Anthony! The job on 012 above looks amazing!!!!

 

The customer supplied me with the photo above as they wanted 012 to run with tara mines wagons I did for them before. 012 was the last A Class to work the Tara's and they took the picture on that day. It took me a long time weathering this one as I wanted it to look just like the photo supplied. BTW the customer loved it.

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