OO Scottish Loco’s 66-68 (pt3)

Here  is the third batch of Loco’s used on my Garage layout. This batch is 24’s and 25’s, some are allocated and some are visitors. Again all are fitted with a tension lock at one end and detailed at the other, this is except one Class 24 that has tension locks at both ends to allow for double heading with other ‘Blue Star’ compatible Loco’s. With these Loco’s I have tried to have as many different liveries as possible – however I did note at least another four varieties.

3 x 24’s and 4 x 25’s.

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OO Scottish Loco’s 66-68 (pt2)

Here are another batch of loco’s that were used on my Garage Layout. This time they are all Bachmann, some allocated, some visitors. They were again weathered using the airbrush and powders. Please note around the time of purchase Bachmann were over oiling/greasing the gears in there loco’s, and this hindered the weathering with powder a bit.

They are 2 x 20 – 2 x 40 – 1 x 45 and 1 x 47.

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OO Scottish Loco’s 66-68 (pt 1)

Here are the Heljan Loco’s that used to run on my Garage Layout. Since I have modelled more in O Gauge the use of this layout has diminished. I have to say that its future is in doubt, although an amendment is possible rather than scrapping – we will see. I subtly weathered these Loco’s about seven years ago, using both the airbrush and weathering powders.  This batch is 3 x 26 – 1 x 27 – 1 x 17, the Bachmann loco’s will follow on another post. All have been detailed one end and have tension lock at the other.

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